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  • What equipment is required? What does "full equipment" mean?"
    Full equipment is every item that the Ontario Minor Hockey League requires. This includes helmet, neck protector, mouth guard, shoulder pads, elbow pads, gloves, jock, hockey pants, socks, shin guards, skates, and a stick. Please be aware that full equipment IS MANDATORY. To see what equipment is required for each program, please visit our "Equipment" page under the "Programs" section of our website.
  • I am ready to send the e-transfer for my skater's tuition. What email do I send it too? IMPORTANT: You must email in your skater's completed registration form BEFORE you send your e-transfer payment. In the email with the completed registration form, PLEASE INCLUDE THE PASSWORD YOU WILL BE USING FOR YOU E-TRANSFER.
  • What is the difference between power skating and a learn to skate program such as Recskate or Canskate?
    RECskate and Canskate programs are learn to skate programs. POWERskate is NOT a learn to skate program.
  • Is power skating only for hockey players?
    Power skating is for any skater that wishes to improve their skill of skating. Those skaters could be hockey, ringette, speed, or pleasure skaters. Hockey skates must be worn.
  • At what age should a skater start power skating?
    Power skating can be done at any age from ages 4 right through adult.
  • Where is the Seymour-Hannah Sports Centre?
    It is located at 240 St. Paul Street West. Located on the northwest corner of Louth St. and St. Paul Street West behind the Tim Hortons. Please visit our "Contact Us" page for a full map.
  • When can my child start Recfigureskate?
    They must wear figureskates and have passed level 1. That means that they can glide forward on 1 foot for at least 1 metre. They can skate forward alternating each foot across the rink and skate backwards 5 metres. They can stop with the right or left foot. Figureskating is the art of spinning and jumping therefore they need the basics of skating to start.
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