The NHL and the NHLPA have partnered with the Nashville Predators to provide a low-cost opportunity for kids to try hockey for the first time. During the 2018-19 hockey season, more than 1,700 boys and girls (age 4-9) will discover the sport of hockey for the first time through the Little Preds Learn to Play Hockey Program. This new program will be offered in rinks throughout Tennessee, Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi and Kentucky.
The Little Preds Learn to Play program is a multi-week class focused on the fundamentals of ice hockey. Nashville Predators Alumni will be on hand at many of the sessions to coach. Each participant in the Little Preds Learn to Play Program will receive their own head-to-toe set of NHL branded CCM hockey equipment thanks to the combined efforts of the Nashville Predators, CCM and Perani's Hockey World.
Participants must have completed a Learn to Skate program at a local rink before signing up for the Little Preds Learn to Play Program.
For more info, or to register, go to: http://nashvillepredators.com/littlepreds