Sign up for hockey school and learn from Alberni Valley Bulldogs

The Alberni Valley Bulldogs will host their annual hockey school Aug. 15-19 at the AV Multiplex. The school is open to hockey players of all skill levels between the ages of six and 15 years.

The Alberni Valley Bulldogs will host their annual hockey school Aug. 15-19 at the AV Multiplex.

Head coach Paul Esdale and several past and current Bulldog players will instruct participants through on-ice and dry land skills and drills.

“We had a good year last year,” Esdale said. “We had 60-plus kids. Our players are really good with the kids.

“It was a great kick-off to our year.”

The school is designed for hockey players of all abilities between the ages of six and 15 years. Boys and girls are welcome.

To register, please call the Bulldogs’ office at 250-735-4412 or e-mail Ron Paulson at ron@albernivalleybulldogs.com. Limited spots are available.

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