STAMFORD, Conn. — Kids looking to get into hockey should head to Stamford’s Terry Conners Ice Rink this Saturday for a free clinic.
Coaches from Stamford Youth Hockey Association will be on the ice assisting kids with instruction. Skates, helmets and sticks will be available for use, but kids have to have their own gloves, a news release said.
The first 40 kids who show up will receive a jersey and a goodie bag.
Representatives from the league will be there to provide parents with more information about the program and how to sign their kids up.
The clinic will run from 2 to 3:10 p.m. and will be followed by a game between Manhattanville College and Utica College.
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