2022 Marcel Garnier Ringette Conditioning School
*NOTE: Camps 2 and 3 are full (updated March 25, 2022)
The 27th Annual Ringette Conditioning School is geared to prepare and give the Ringette players the conditioning edge for their 2022-23 season try-outs. The 1-hour session is fast paced and high energy focusing on skating and ringette skills. The school will be open to ringette players of U10 age and up.
When: 12 1-hour sessions between August 15th & September 8th
Dates: Aug 15, 17, 18, 22, 24, 25, 29, 31, Sept 1,5, 7, 8 (All dates are weekdays – no sessions on Friday, Saturday or Sunday)
Where: Co-operators rink, Regina
We are striving for 30 students per session but should covid restrictions still apply, we will reduce the numbers based on when the application was received.
If you have any questions, please call Marcel Garnier at 306-761-0882 (home) or 306-530-9577 (cell) or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring 3-on-3 Is Back
After cancelling the past two years due to Covid19, Spring 3-on-3 is back. Spring 3-on-3 is open to Regina and BPRA players born between the years of 2004 and 2012. The games will run from March 28th through April 3rd and will be held at the Pilot Butte and Balgonie rinks.
Cost: $90 for 4 ice times. No charge for goalies.
When: March 28 – April 3
Location: Pilot Butte Rink & Balgonie
Please note: The schedule is subject to change. Times will be finalized in a couple of weeks.
Registration: Follow this link to register https://forms.gle/vDrx44CJ7DKXdTyE6
U12 (Players born 2011 & 2012)|
Monday March 28th, Tuesday March 29th, Thursday March 31st, Saturday April 2nd
U14 (Players born 2009 & 2010)
Tuesday March 29th, Thursday March 31st, Saturday April 2nd, Sunday April 3rd
U16/U19 (Players born 2004 – 2008)
Monday March 28th, Wednesday March 30th, Thursday March 31st, Sunday April 3rd
3 on 3 rules
Three skaters and a goalie from each team are allowed on the ice at one time. A buzzer will sound every 1 minute which will signal a line change for each team. The player who has the ring when the buzzer sounds will leave the ring in that area of the rink, and go to their bench. The players coming on to the ice will try to reach the ring before the other team’s players. None of the players are restricted to a defensive or offensive zone and can go anywhere on the ice surface they choose to. The games will be officiated and normal Ringette playing rules will be applied. If a player commits a penalty, a penalty shot will be awarded to player who the penalty was committed against. The player who took the penalty will chase and try to check the player taking the penalty shot.
If two goalies (one per team) then goalies will switch sides every 10 to 15 minutes. If three goalies then two will start. Goalie on the bench will switch with one goalie on the second buzzer. Then that goalie will switch with the other goalie on the next buzzer. And so on. If four goalies then two will be assigned to each team and one will start for each team. Goalies will switch on each buzzer. Goalies will then switch teams at half time.
Each bench requires one parent to open the door to let the kids off the ice and one to let them on. We also require someone to hit the buzzer every minute and stop the clock on penalty shots.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
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