Hockey Alberta is hosting the annual Female Hockey Day celebrations in Lethbridge on January 25, 2020.
Female Hockey Day celebrates "Why We Play" and the growth of the female game. The day features a number of on-ice and off-ice sessions focusing on players, officials, parents, and coaches.
The day culminates with a USPORTS match-up between the Mount Royal Cougars and the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns.
“We are excited to build on the success of the first ever Female Hockey Day in Red Deer,” said Kendall Newell, Hockey Alberta’s Manager, Female Hockey. “Now we have the chance to take the event to a new community and influence a new group of female athletes."
Last year in Red Deer, over 160 athletes took part in activities throughout the day, which included on-ice sessions for players and officials of all levels, and off-ice sessions, such as dryland training, parent education, and sport ambassadors. The day was capped off by a CWHL game between the Calgary Inferno and Toronto Furies which drew a crowd of over 600 fans to the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre.
Hockey Alberta Female Hockey Day - Jan. 25
Female sessions for all ages currently playing hockey or wanting to Try Hockey. For those moms wanting to Try Hockey, there is a session for them as well. All equipment will be provided for those signing up for Try Hockey. There is a coaching seminar for those currently coaching female players as well an intro to coaching, specifically for those females interested in getting more involved with coaching. Sessions will run throughout the day on Jan. 25th, between 9am and 5pm at the ATB Centre in Lethbridge, AB.