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Internet offers numerous hockey skills videos, tricks to attempt

Hockey players missing the game can find plenty of entertainment, training ideas, and challenges to attempt online during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Check out this #HockeyAtHome challenge. Can you do this?

Or what about this one…

Maybe you are up to this challenge…

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If skills development is more what you are looking for, Hockey Eastern Ontario is posting daily drills. Here’s a recent one.

For more of these, follow @HEOhockey on Twitter.

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So you wanna be a sportscaster? (COVID-19 edition)

At some point, you have probably told yourself that you would be good as a sportscaster, calling plays live to inform and entertain listeners. But what is a sportscaster to do during the COVID-19 pandemic? One Brit has taken to plying his skill in a rather unique and offbeat way, as shown in this video.

What do you think? Could you do this, or do you know someone who could?

Perhaps you’d like to try your skills at describing car drivers in a busy parking lot or shoppers competing for space with their carts in newly configured stores. Or maybe a scenario involving your pets or children.

Feel free to share your creations with me.

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Participaction providing daily Live Fit Break workouts on Facebook

The Participaction program has expanded to daily online workouts via Facebook to help us stay active and fit during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Participaction’s Facebook page can be found here. (Past video workouts are saved.) There is also a mobile app available.

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Rebels win home finale Tuesday, to wrap up in Winchester tonight

The 2019-20 CCHL2 season for the Char-Lan Rebels will conclude tonight, when the team skates on the road against the playoff-bound Winchester Hawks. Game time at the Winchester Community Centre is set for 8:15 p.m.

Let’s finish with a win and look forward to a great 2020-21! #GoRebsGo #FinishStrong #FinishWithPride #FutureLooksBright

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Char-Lan won its home-ice finale Tuesday night against the very same Hawks, rebounding from a two-goal deficit to score five unanswered and extend the Rebels winning streak to four games.

Despite skating hard and carrying the play through the first period of their February 25 contest at the Char-Lan Rec. Centre, the Rebels found themselves trailing 1-0 at the first intermission.

At the 5:20 mark of the second stanza, Winchester scored again, but the Hawks would be shut down from that point onward.

Late in the period, with 1:25 left, Alexandre Elie got Char-Lan on the board, assisted by Ryan Grant and Isaac Testani. Thirty-five seconds later, Cuyler Molinaro potted the equalizer, set up by Elie and Parker Tallman.

The Rebels took control in the third, as Noah Konink scored a natural hat trick. Assists went to Testani (2), Elie, Paul Waldhauser, Justice Brownlee, and Tallman.

Goaltender Summy Mughal started the game, switching at the midpoint with Ceili Picard. Together, they combined for 27 saves, while Char-Lan snipers had 33 shots at the Winchester net.

Konink, with his three goals, was named the game’s first star. Testani, with three assists, was tagged as second star.

Char-Lan went three-for-six on the power play, while the Rebels penalty killers grounded the Hawks through seven opportunities.

A photo gallery of game action is available for viewing here.

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Video: Seguin nabs bronze at senior nationals

Martintown pole vaulter Brennan Seguin scored the bronze medal at the Canadian Track and Field Championships, today in Montreal, with a 4.96-metre jump.

The student-athlete from the University of Guelph, who graduated last June from Char-Lan District High School, was trained locally by Rory Blackadder. He current trains under Gryphons coach James Sniatenchuk.

At the July 28 senior national competition, Seguin cleared the bar set at 4.81 and 4.96 m, both times on his first attempt. With the bar next at 5.11, he missed on his three tries, while two far more experienced vaulters, Deryk Theodore and Nathan Filipek, went on to take the gold and silver medals, respectively.

Born in 1999, this was Seguin’s first trip to nationals. The gold and silver medallists, both from Edmonton, are more seasoned, born in 1989 and 1991, respectively.

Here’s a video of Seguin’s 4.96 m jump, courtesy of Rory Blackadder.

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