• ADULT INSTRUCTIONAL HOCKEY PROGRAM •
101 & 102 are for total beginners; adults who would love to learn how to play the great game of ice hockey but have never skated before. Participants will learn the fundamentals of skating, passing, stickhandling, and shooting. These are basic classes designed for true beginners only.
Classes are held at Johnny's IceHouse West
Spring/Summer Session: 4/23/17 - 8/27/17
Sundays: 101 - 9:00am-10:00am
102 - 10:10am-11:10am
May 7th Class is at Johnny's East! 1350 W Madison
5/28/17 Memorial Day Weekend
7/16/17 Blackhawks Prospect Camp
The next session of 101 and 102 will begin April 23rd. Each session has a total of 15 instructional classes and a 3 on 3 tournament in the Annex for the 16th class.
Current participants will be emailed a link and have 24 hours to pre-register. Pre Registration Date will be Thursday March 23rd at noon.
After the 24 hour pre-registration period we will look at how many spots we have available and begin offering them to those entered in the lottery.
What is the Lottery?
Due to incredibly high demand for this program, we hold a lottery for new participants. Any new customers wishing to join the class must register for the lottery.
***THE LOTTERY IS NOW CLOSED FOR THE SPRING/SUMMER SESSION***
At noon on March 24th we will email the registration link to the people picked by the lottery program. They will then have 24 hours to register.
The remaining names will be placed on the waiting list in the order that was generated by the random drawing. Those people will be emailed letting them know they were placed on the waiting list.
Thank you and Good Luck!
All Participants Must Be At Least 18 Years of Age
Full Equipment Required
(Neck guard not required for adults)
**Please remember that anyone signed up for the class that the coaches feel is not right for it (i.e., a higher skill level than the class is designed for) will be asked to leave the class. Please make sure you are signing up for the class that is right for you.
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