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Track Your Child’s Hockey Development
Submitted By Steve Howard on Sunday, November 12, 2017
Ever wonder if your child is on track in their hockey development? Consider this a progress report.

The Hockey Canada Core Skills checklist can be viewed as a curriculum of what age-appropriate lessons players should be learning at their stage of development. Parents and coaches can keep track of what skills are being taught during this hockey season and ensure they line up with the program. It is the basis for creating lesson plans.


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