-A “cool” way for kids to spend the summer-
Parents searching for a “cool” way for their kids to spend the summer need look no further than the Nashville Predators Hockey Schools. From novice to advanced, the Hockey Schools provide the perfect environment for kids to learn, improve and – most importantly – have fun.
The Nashville Predators will host the 11th Predators Hockey School Monday, July 12 through Friday, July 16 at Centennial Sportsplex – the official practice facility of the Nashville Predators. Daily sessions run from 9:00 a.m.to 4:30 p.m. and boys and girls ages 8-14 from all skill levels are invited to attend.
Those attending Hockey School will be challenged daily with two and a half hours of ice time, intensive dry-land conditioning, power skating, passing, shooting and off-ice training techniques. Other camp features will include lectures on nutrition, injury prevention, equipment maintenance and perspectives from Nashville Predators personnel.
The Predators will also offer a Little Preds Hockey School Monday, July 26 through Friday, July 30 (5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.) at A-Game Sportsplex in Franklin. The school is designed for boys and girls ages 4-7 with limited to no hockey experience.
Registration fees for Nashville Predators Hockey School are $375 for players and $275 for goaltenders; Little Preds Hockey School registration is $125 for both players and goaltenders. Participants in either school will receive an official Nashville Predators Hockey School personalized jersey, t-shirt, certificate of completion, souvenir photo, finale scrimmage and wrap-up ceremony.
These informative and action-packed weeks will feature on-and-off-ice training by qualified, professional instructors and will feature guest appearances by Predators coaches, players, alumni and/or prospects (subject to change).
Both camps sell out each summer and space is limited; early registration is recommended. Participants must provide their own equipment to participate.
For more information visit nashvillepredators.com/hockeyschool
or contact the Predators Amateur and Youth Hockey Department at (615) 770-2371 or firstname.lastname@example.org