Run Great Pickup Hockey,
Don't Lose Your Shirt
Don't stress over chasing cash and finding players.
Just book your rink and we take care of the rest!
|East End Oldtimers Hockey|
Mon + Thu. 16:00-17:00
For additional information, please contact CARHA Hockey at 613-244-1989.
|ARE YOU FIT FOR HOCKEY? |
REGISTER NOW FOR THE FIT FOR HOCKEY PROGRAM
Get in shape to play hockey.
| This program is designed by CARHA Hockey and offered through the City of Ottawa. Fit for Hockey is a boot camp style program that offers participants 19+ on-ice conditioning opportunities before the start of their hockey season to give them an edge over their competition. In conjunction with receiving extra on-ice time, participants will also receive tips on nutrition, hydration, and heart health.|
Fit for Hockey also allows participants to use a heart rate monitor that let them see improvements in their physical fitness.
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SPRING CLEAN YOUR GEAR: WASH EQUIPMENT BY HAND
With the winter season wrapping up, how great does your gear smell? Yeah, that’s what we thought. Here are some quick, easy tips for hand-washing your gear and eliminating those pretty terrifying odours.
Bag: Use disinfectant wipes to thoroughly scrub your bag, and leave a few dryer sheets inside each pocket overnight to fully eliminate odours.
Helmet: Fill your bathtub with warm water and a gentle baby shampoo, and use a sponge to thoroughly clean every crevice of your helmet. Afterwards use a towel to pat off as much moisture as possible, and leave your helmet in a well-ventilated area to air dry.
Gloves: Use detergent, warm water and an old toothbrush to scrub the inside of your gloves, and a wet cloth to clean off the outside. After your gloves have dried, use a deodorizing spray or powder to eliminate any lingering odours.
Skates: If your skates have removable boot inserts, air them out in a well-ventilated area and use a disinfectant spray rather than water. Deodorizing foot powder is another great option for eliminating odours. Make sure the outsides of your skates – and especially the blades – are thoroughly cleaned and dried so you don’t see any rusting.
Pads: Fill your bathtub with detergent and hot water, and let your pads soak for about half an hour. Use a cloth or a sponge to scrub off any remaining dirt, and rinse them under the tap until the water runs clear. You can pat off excess moisture using a fresh towel, and leave your pads to dry overnight.