March 01, 2018

North Olmsted Hockey Club partners with Ohio Hockey Project to offer Hockey Skills

March 1, 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CONTACT: North Olmsted Hockey Club Board of Trustees


North Olmsted Hockey Club partners with Ohio Hockey Project to offer Hockey Skills

Training sessions to 2018-2019 Club Members


• Weekly skill sessions in addition to regular team practices

• Continuation of goaltender training sessions

• Goalies with NOHC teams are now able to register to play free of charge.


North Olmsted, Ohio March 1, 2018 – North Olmsted Hockey Club (NOHC) has partnered with Ohio Hockey Project (OHP) and will be offering hockey skill training for all members in good standing for the 2018-2019 season. These skill sessions will be in addition to regular season team-based hockey practices and will be offered at no additional cost over regular season dues.


“We are very excited - under the leadership of Russ Sinkewich,Ohio Hockey Project has become the premier organization specializing in training athletes for hockey. Our partnership with Russ and his team brings a new and exciting offering to NOHC hockey families, and we can’t wait to get started,” notes NOHC Hockey Director Rich Tomer.

The NOHC Board of Trustees expects that each player will have access to 1 hour per week of on-ice, skill based training with professionals from OHP throughout the regular season, beginning in September 2018 and running through February 2019. Additional information regarding these sessions will be released to membership in due course.

In addition, NOHC will continue to offer its Goalie Training Clinics with goalie coach Jim Keserich for goalies at all levels. “Jim has been an excellent addition to the training program that NOHC offers and we are incredibly pleased at the progression of our goalies with Jim’s help,” adds NOHC Mite Director Steve Seymour. Beginning fall 2018-2019, goaltenders at the Squirt, PeeWee and Bantam levels placed on NOHC teams through the NOHC tryout process will also have the opportunity to play hockey free of charge. “We are making these significant and positive changes to our program to continue to foster youth hockey in northeast Ohio,” adds Seymour.


About North Olmsted Hockey Club:

Founded in 1971, by a small group of parents, the North Olmsted Hockey Club is dedicated to providing a comprehensive youth hockey program that enables players to enjoy the sport of ice hockey. NOHC is a 501(c)(3) organization staffed by volunteers and governed by officers and aboard of trustees elected by the membership. NOHC emphasizes the development of players at every level and stresses the importance of a proper practice to game ratio. The NOHC offers programs for boys and girls from Mites through Bantams. All levels of instruction and competition are available from beginners training, in-house play, and travel teams. Learn more at

www.nohc.net.


About Ohio Hockey Project:

As Cleveland’s first and original hockey development and training organization, Ohio Hockeyproject is the preferred skill provider for the Cleveland Hockey Community. The Ohio HockeyProject’s primary objective is to positively influence the culture and landscape of the Clevelandhockey community. OHP delivers a total package developmental experience, both on and off theice. Led by committed, passionate and innovative professionals, OHP draws from over 85 yearsof cumulative experience to help each and every athlete reach their goals. Learn more atwww.ohiohockeyproject.com.


2018 Summer camps, development clinics and skill clinics areposted on the website.