NRG Athletes, featuring professional Hockey Player Jenelle Kohanchuk, are hosting an Inservice Female Hockey Day at Seven Oaks Arena and NRG Fitness.
Friday October 19th – Save the Date!!!
The program will be designed for female Peewee & Bantam players
Girls ages 12, 13 & 14 (YOB 2006/2005/2004).
Cost will be $99+gst for the entire day.
Here is what the day will look like (breakdown):
8:30-8:45am – Drop Off
9-10am – NRG Strength & Conditioning Session
10:15-11:15am – ON ICE Skills Session #1
11:15am-12pm – Nutrition Talk
12-12:30pm – Lunch provided by REBELS PIZZA
12:45-1:45pm – YOGA Session
1:45-2:30pm – Injury Prevention Therapist Presentation & Snack time
3-4pm – ON ICE SKILLS SESSION #2
4-4:30pm – Pictures with Jenelle & Pick Up
Registation now available online…click here to register
Who is Jenelle?
Jenelle Kohanchuk is a professional women’s hockey player in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League, where she has been a member of the Toronto Furies since 2014, with a highlight of winning the Clarkson Cup that same year. Throughout her playing career, she was a member of the Canadian National Women’s Hockey Program from 2008-2017. At the National team level she represented Canada by winning Gold at the Four Nations Cup in 2013 and 2014, and a silver medal in 2016. She was a member of the Under-22/Development team capturing an exhibition series win vs. USA in 2010, as well as receiving Gold at the MLP/MECO Cup in Germany in 2010, 2011, and 2012. Her NCAA hockey career was attended at Boston University from 2008-2013, where she helped lead the Boston University Terries to Four Hockey East Championship titles and two Frozen Four appearances. She was named to the Hockey East All-Rookie team her freshman year, was part of the Hockey East All-star team in 2009, and was named to the Hockey East Second Team All-Star team her senior year, among winning the Hockey East player of the week award 12 times throughout her career. Jenelle is currently playing hockey overseas in the Swedish Women’s Hockey League (2017/18 season) with the MODO Hockey Club.