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Hockey Clinic - Level 1 & 2 - every Thursday - details below...
EVERY THURSDAY! Resumes 3/1/18
When: Thursday Nights
Time: 6:30 - 7:30pm
Location: The Ozone
Cost: $5 per week
You do NOT need to be a current member of the league to attend.
The clinic is open to all ages but is focused on beginner to intermediate skills. It's appropriate for all players in the Level 1 and Level 2 leagues.
The Ozone is located in Hanover Air Park just off of the Atlee Road exit on I-95. The address is 11169 Air Park Road, Ashland.
The clinic will be held every Thursday. Please check this website each week on Thursday to confirm that the clinic is on for that week (see "Message for the week" at the top). Any changes to the clinic schedule will be on this website.
The focus will be on the fundamentals of inline hockey. This is not a "learn to skate" clinic and not pickup hockey. Drills will focus on proper hockey skating technique (stops, turns, backwards skating, etc.), stick handling, and shooting.
The drills will use a hockey ball like that used at Skateland for the house league. Other, more advanced clinics, may be offered at a later time that will introduce players to puck play.
Upon arrival, please find the sign-up sheet and make payment. If paying by check, it should be written to "RRHL".
For more information, please email RVARHL@gmail.com.
Torhs 2Hot4Ice NC Regional Champions
The RRHL 18u Tour Richmond Rattlers took Gold in the April 2017 regional qualifier for Torhs 2Hot4Ice in Raleigh, North Carolina!
During round robin play, the Rattlers best game was played at 12:45am Saturday night (well, Sunday morning) against a tough NC team. On Sunday, the Rattlers faced that same team again and had another solid performance winning the final game 3-1 (empty net goal at the end). In regulation, the Rattlers gave up a total of 6 goals. The teams thrives on great defensive play from the entire team (defense, offense, and goalie).
The roster is below:
Front Row -
Austin Racket - Previously RRHL rec league, now attending W&M college
Ben Talman - RRHL rec league, previously with Richmond Royals AA
Matthew Jahn - Previously RRHL rec league, last with U18AAA York Skipjacks in the USPHL Hockey League
Back Row -
Gavin Williams - RRHL rec league
Brendan O'Keeffe - RRHL rec league
Jordan Mansini - Shooters rec league
Dawson Klee - RRHL rec league
Jake Sklar - RRHL rec league
Gordon Baliles - Winchester rec league
Coaches: Darryl Talman, Brian Cecil, Lisa Klee
Our mobile app allows for you to track your team from your phone! You can use the link below or search for it in your app store.
The following items are REQUIRED:
The following equipment is OPTIONAL:
This is the most important piece of equipment. There is a big difference between skates (wheels) made for the outdoors and indoors. Wheels used outside are typically hard and sometimes even plastic. Wheels made for the inside are softer and are made of rubber. If you try to use outdoor wheels, especially plastic ones, it's extremely hard. If you use your indoor wheels outside, you will ruin them in a short period of time. Skates also can't have any bolts or medal sticking out. These are often found on outdoor skates or old skates. The bolts will cause damage to the playing surface.
Skates MUST HAVE a full set of wheels. A player can't start a game with an empty slot for a wheel. The risk of injury to another player and risk to rink damage increases.
The RRHL is located in Ashland, Virginia and plays at Skateland. Under the name CVYRHL, the league started in 1992. In 2016, the league name changed RRHL as the organization earned it's non-profit status. We are a big family that loves hockey and we have a ball when we play!
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