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Pricing: $35 Drop-In session
$300 for 10 Pre-paid sessions
$400 for 15 Pre-paid sessions
Please note:There is no need to call/email ahead of time to let us know of your planned attendance. Students are always welcome to come out and participate on a drop in basis by paying the drop in fee of $35 for both our Ottawa and Arnprior sessions (3 hr sessions). For your first session only, you are required to fill out and sign our Registration form If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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The Chris Finnerty Hockey School is a very high intensity hockey school for boys and girls ages 7 and up. It is taught by former professional hockey player Chris Finnerty and his son Keavin Finnerty.
Chris played professional Hockey in the United States and Europe for over fifteen years. He has devoted his life to helping his students succeed not only as hockey players, but as well rounded people. He has been running his hockey school and helping students develop their hockey skills for nearly 40 years. He has ran individual skill development training sessions all over North America, and has advanced numerous players to the NHL, NCAA, AHL,OHL,CIS and various professional hockey leagues in Europe.
Keavin Finnerty played hockey in several communities reaching the Junior "A" level. He has a wealth of experience helping students work on their individual skills and is always interested in learning new ways to challenge his students. After finishing his Junior hockey career, Keavin has been pursuing his studies in law at the University of Ottawa.
The Chris Finnerty Hockey School focuses exclusively on individual skill development. Our hockey camps, are designed to improve balance, agility, coordination, explosiveness, puck-handling and skating skills. Chris and Keavin use a variety of drills and training methods that are rooted in the traditional European style of individual skill development. His clinics will challenge players in ways they have never been challenged before. He has never come across any hockey player too advanced for his clinics.