Rob Carll, Chief Marketing Strategist, 386.254.2167, Rob.Carll@daytonaicearena.com
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Over the course of the 8-week Old Dogs New Sticks program, participants learn the fundamental skills of ice hockey, make new friends and learn the greatest game on Earth. During the first few classes, instruction is focused on developing ice skating skills of all participants. In the following weeks, instruction shifts to teaching participants individual playing skills (stick handling, shooting, passing), before shifting into team skills and game play (offense, defense, power play, penalty kill).
Now With a Plan In Place The Vision Has Come Alive
By Reba LaRose
Daytona Beach, home to sunshine and beautiful ocean views is becoming a main attraction for ice hockey in Central Florida.
One of the latest additions to the area’s hockey community is the expansion of youth hockey programs at the Daytona Ice Arena, as a result of a recent partnership with DME Sports Academy and a total of $1.5 million in upgrades.