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Hello U10 Black parents!

I just wanted to say hi and introduce myself a little bit. My namn is Linda Peterson and I will be the team manager this season. 

My son is Eric Petersson and we are very excited that the season is about to start. Hopefully we will get to meet on Friday, if not, I am sure we will have plenty of time to get to know each other throughout the season. 

A few heads up!

  • Don't forget the poolparty on Friday. You will find all the details in the e-mail Tom sent out. 
  • If you haven't registered your player or set up a payment plan, now is the time. Use this link: https://triadhockey.sportngin.com/register/form/510025000
  • The practice schedule for September and October is in the calendar on the webpage. Make sure to subscribe to the calendar. It makes life so much easier :)

I will get back to you further on regarding some duties that we all have to help out with throughout the season. During our home games we need parents helping out with running the clock and playing some music (very easy tasks).

You will find my contact information below, and please text, call, e-mail or talk to me at the rink you have any questions I might me able to assist you with. 

Mobile number: 336 478 7204

E-mail address: linda.mm.peterson@icloud.com

 

See y'all on Friday!

- Linda

 

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We had a great weekend of Rec Hockey.  In the first game, the Lady Icehawks came back with a minute left to bring the score to 6 to 7 against Blizzard.  They pulled their goalie in an effort to tie the game, but Blizzard was able to score an empty net goalie to seal the win.

 

In the Championship game, Thunder took an early 4 to 1 lead in the first period against Lightning.  Lightning came back in the 2nd to go up 5 to 4.  Both teams tied it up at 7 all in the 3rd period, but Thunder came out ahead at the buzzer 9 to 7.

 

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On Sunday, the REC players enjoyed the first annual Glow in the dark game.  We turned to lights off, neon lighting on the goalies, and LED pucks.  We had 2 games and everyone had a great time.  Best way to end a great season!

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