"lots of ice and trips 55 games NHL coaches , Power Skating, Yoga the program has impoved much since last year!"
ok alan (or whoever), let's go over these one by one:
1)yes lots of ice, but you shouldn't have to go on road trips to calgary every month to play hockey in canada, and you DEFINITELY shouldn't have to drive an hour to kelowna just to practice once a week from april-july.
2) nhl coaches? Dirk and Wesley are legit, but just because you were qualified to get your face punched in for 9 years does not qualify you to teach skills and systems to young players who may or may not have better skating and hands than you. I can't comment on Randy Jaycock, but it's a bit of a misnomer to call a perennial bench-warmer an nhl player.Dixon Ward? his doctor took a blood sample and it was 80 proof (and he rarely even shows up). that nhlpa card only covers a 8x5cm part of your ass. you still have to cover the rest.
3)power skating yes. if a player is a real athelete, he will benefit from this (about 20-35% of your enrolled players).
4)yoga yes. about 3-4 times during the season, more regularly in summer. but really, who cares?