Manitoba Coaches Day Contest, submit your entry today!

by Hockey Manitoba  |  December 4, 2009 3:24 pm

Hockey Manitoba and the Manitoba Moose are pleased to offer "Manitoba Coaches Day" on Wednesday, January 6th, 2010.

Manitoba Coaches Day will be a contest-based coaching development initiative that will give 15 lucky coaches the opportunity to observe the Manitoba Moose coaching staff and players during their morning practice on January 6th. Following practice the group of winning contestants will have opportunity to directly interact with the Moose coaching staff through a Debriefing and Q&A session.

The experience doesn’t end there as later in the afternoon the winning contestants will also take part in a Coach Specialty Clinic at the MTS Centre. Lunch will also be provided by Hockey Manitoba.

Last but not least, each Manitoba Coaches Day attendee will win a pair of Manitoba Moose tickets for Saturday, January 9th when they take on the Hershey Bears in a rematch of the 2009 Calder Cup Finals.

The contest is open to any registered Hockey Manitoba coach for the current 2009/10 season. Entry deadline is 11:59 PM on December 22nd, 2009. The contest draw will take place on December 23rd; winners will be notified by email.

Contest Overview:

  • Observe Manitoba Moose practice (morning of January 6th, 2010)
  • Debriefing and Q&A session with Scott Arniel and the Moose coaching staff
  • Lunch provided by Hockey Manitoba
  • Coach Specialty Clinic at MTS Centre (afternoon of January 6th, 2010)
  • Free Breakfast Club DVD’s with over 100 drills!
  • Free Hockey Canada apparel item
  • Coaches Day attendees will also receive 2 Manitoba Moose tickets for January 9th!

To enter the contest please email the following;

  • Full Name
  • Home Address
  • Current team you’re coaching and position
  • Confirmation that you can fully attend on Wednesday, January 6th (barring unforeseen circumstances)

Please email your entry to kyle@hockeymanitoba.mb.ca– Entry deadline is December 22nd

Good luck!


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