GIRL'S FIGURE SKATING LOSES ITS EDGE TO HOCKEY

 
 
 

The Wall Street Journal reports that girl's hockey is on a significant growth curve with participation up 25% from five years ago and doubled since 2000. "The popularity of girls hockey has taken off and I think a lot of that has to do with role modeling that emanates from girl's Olympic success and even the recent participation of Kendall Coyne at this year's NHL All Star game who competed in the fastest skater event" (the first woman to do so) says Scott Hamilton, 1984 Olympic figure skating champion.

At Pro Crease Goaltending, we've noticed the same growth curve which is the reason we created a women's only camp three years ago and this year, in addition to the women's day camp, we're offering a three-day women's overnight camp. "Women are looking for the same level of coaching as men and we've been able to bring in elite women's coaches from top collegiate programs" says Jared Waimon, Owner/Founder Pro Crease Goaltending.

Check out our 2019 women's camp schedule below or on our website. For the complete Wall Street Journal article, press here.