The Carolina Hurricanes on Monday announced they have teamed with the NHL to bring a new Learn to Play First Goal initiative to the Triangle.
The Hurricanes First Goal initiative will provide children ages 4 to 8 with hockey equipment as well as seven on-ice, instructional hockey sessions.
Participants enrolled in the program will be introduced to the game of hockey by Hurricanes alumni and will receive new Hurricanes-branded equipment, including a helmet, shoulder pads, elbow pads, gloves, pants, shin pads, socks, skates, jersey, equipment bag and stick.
The Carolina Hurricanes First Goal initiative will be offered at Polar Ice House (Cary, Wake Forest and Garner locations), Raleigh Center Ice and Raleigh IcePlex. The cost of the program is $97, which includes full equipment, the seven on-ice sessions and two tickets to a select 2016-17 Hurricanes home game.
Registration information is available at http://hurricanes.nhl.com/club/page.htm?id=113203.