NEEBING BRUINS (IP1)
The Neebing Bruins IP1 coaching staff would like to welcome all players to the 2017/18 hockey season.
This year we will be focusing on basic skills and development. We hope to see each player grow and develop confidence in their abilities.
FUN is the main goal and we hope all players enjoy their Bruins experience.
Please check this site regularly. All practices/games and any other important information will be posted on this site.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact us:
Head Coach: Joe Ritson – firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Coach: David Olenik – email@example.com
Assistant Coach: Aaron Comeau – firstname.lastname@example.org
Team Manager: Julie Lemmetty – email@example.com
Puckshots will be doing team and individual pictures during practice on November 6th (@ 6:30pm).
This year, as part of Neebing Minor Hockey’s fundraiser, players will be selling nine (9) - $10 gift certificates for “Eat Local”.
Clothing sizing kit will be brought to practice on Saturday, October 21st.
The Neebing Classic a big success for the 38th year running! Special Congratulations to the Novice Neebing Thunderhawks for winning the novice division. As we have seen many times in recent years, two Neebing Teams faced off in the finals, as the Neebing Hawks found themselves meeting the Thunderhawks in the championship game for a fantastic 1 goal game.
After 8 years of serious contension, the Quiz team led by Coach Blazino has WON!
Congratulations to you all.
Thanks to all of our supporters for making the event a smashing success!
Thanks to Apple Chipotle's for their generous donation of our Grand Prize Dinner for 8.
Fighting Walleye Minor Hockey Weekend Prepurchase a minimum of 10 adult game tickets for $10 each and your team will receive pizza at the game. The players admission is free. Just email or phone before Thursday Novemeber 22nd at 12pm to book your game night experience.
Come out and see the Fighting Walleye play against the Telus Cup host Thunder Bay Kings, Thursday November 22 at the Tournament Centre. Game time is 7:30 The Walleye will try and hand the Kings their first loss. The Kings beat the fish 3 - 2 earlier this season.
On Saturday November 24th, First place will be on the line as The Walleye face arch rival, Northern Hawks. The two teams have split the first two games of the season, and with top spot on the line the intensity level will be high in this prime time tilt. Game time is 8 pm
Please contact Derek Geddes, 474-1550 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more info