game: A lot of them, it was their first time in a rink ever, he said, according to CBC. Now, as the inaugural program wrapped up Saturday, Doyle said their skill level and their confidence has improved greatly. The boys and girls, aged five to 13, clung to the boards faced with a game they barely knew. Now they're coming right into the dressing room, getting their own gear on, they're outside waiting for the Zamboni to get off the ice, he said. Coaches say players were initially apprehensive but picked up the game quickly. They're very eager, so it's great. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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