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Girls Grow the Game Street Hockey Clinic

Saturday, Oct. 10 @ Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse


The Cleveland Monsters will host the inaugural Monsters Girls Street Hockey Clinic, led by two-time Olympic silver medalist Brianne McLaughlin. 


Girls ages 5-14 can register with a $10 donation to the Monsters Community Foundation. Registration includes a specialty Monsters Girls Grow the Game T-Shirt and a signed photo of Brianne McLaughlin.




Saturday, Oct. 10

9:30AM – 11:00AM

Ages 5-14


Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse


1 Center Court, Cleveland, OH 44115






Saturday, Oct. 10

12:30PM – 2:00PM

Ages 5-14


Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse


1 Center Court, Cleveland, OH 44115




If your daughter(s) has less than one year of prior hockey experience, the beginner’s session is recommended.


Street hockey sticks will be provided for the event, though outside hockey sticks are allowed. Athletes are required to wear close-toed shoes.



Each 90-minute session will include:

  • Post-instruction Q/A session with coaching staff
  • USA Hockey-certified instruction in the fundamentals of stick-handling, shooting, and passing
  • A photo opportunity with McLaughlin's two Olympic Silver Medals



Safety Protocol 

The Monster Hockey Series will feature a format that follows guidelines from the CDC, State of Ohio, and City of Cleveland for socially distanced events, including:


  • One family member per athlete is welcome to stay and watch the clinic. Family members will be seated at least six feet apart in the lower bowl of the FieldHouse.
  • All attendees will be required to wear masks at all times, including parents and participants. Additional masks will be available at check-in for those who need one.
  • At check-in, security will take temperatures of all athletes and family members. Anyone over the temperature threshold of 100.4 degrees will not be permitted to enter the building.
  • No bags are permitted inside the building.
  • Athletes are asked to bring individual capped water bottles labeled with names to avoid crowded drinking stations.



More Clinic Information

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