Happy New Year

How is it already time for the second half of the season to begin? Half a season gone means playoffs, provincial playdowns, and provincials are even closer. Esso Golden Ring and CORA Classic are right around the corner, which are two weekends full of amazing ringette. Games for coaching begin on January 6th while games for playing start on January 13th. I'm excited for games to begin again because games are one of my favourite parts of the season. I'm also very excited for more tournaments to be going on. What are you looking forwards…

Coaching and Playing Update

It’s about halfway through the first half of the season and it’s been flying by. For playing we’ve won one game so far and have had some pretty good games, but just can’t seem to break the other teams’ triangles or figure out the goalies’ weaknesses’. At some games we haven’t had a lot of skaters, so those games have been a little bit of a struggle. Typically, we’ll have a game once a week but sometimes have more than one game a week. When there’s been a game or two in a week we…

How August Ringette League 2017 went

Last night the August Ringette League ended. It was a really fun three weeks of games. When I got to the rink last night there was a total of 13 skaters for the two teams out there playing with no goalies, so they had to score on garbage cans - which is harder than you think. We ended up having nine skaters and a goalie for each team during my game, which I honestly can't remember the last time I've played a game with nine skaters. Part way through the second period we started laughing…

August Ringette League 2017

Tomorrow night the 2017 August Ringette League begins. This is the third year the National Ringette school is putting on the August League. There are four teams that put together the league. Games are Tuesday and Thursday nights at Mount Pleasant arena. The first game of the night is at 7:15p.m. with the second game following at 8:45p.m. The August League is for U19 and Open ringette players. I'm excited to be back at the rinks because it means the actual season is closer to starting. It's a great way to get rid of the…