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Canes Announce 'Learn to Play' Initiative

by Malinda Dietrich / Carolina Hurricanes
RALEIGH, NC – The National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes today announced that they have teamed up with the NHL to bring a new Learn to Play First Goal initiative to the Triangle. The Hurricanes First Goal initiative will provide children ages 4 through 8 with hockey equipment as well as the opportunity to enjoy seven on-ice, instructional hockey sessions.

Participants enrolled in the program will be introduced to the game of hockey by Hurricanes alumni and will receive brand-new, Hurricanes-branded equipment, including a helmet, shoulder pads, elbow pads, gloves, pants, shin pads, socks, skates, jersey, equipment bag and stick. The Carolina Hurricanes First Goal initiative will be offered at the following rinks: Polar Ice House (Cary, Wake Forest and Garner locations), Raleigh Center Ice and Raleigh IcePlex.

The cost of the program is $97, which includes full equipment, the seven on-ice sessions and two tickets to a select 2016-17 Carolina Hurricanes home game. Registration can be completed here.

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