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#IPlayInTheG: Hockey at Home

New social distancing measures aren’t preventing GTHL players from keeping active and connected. A new trend of practicing hockey skills at home has taken off as players, coaches, and parents work to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Here are some creative ways GTHL players have been sharpening their skills.

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Challenging teammates in some friendly competition


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PuckFlipChallenge I challenge @chrisgueli_29 #iplayintheg #ilovehockey #vaughanrangers

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Re-creating the feeling of being on the ice


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Practicing at home @mavy96 @toedraghockeyschool @andy_chiodo @macchiahockey @hockeyshotstore #gthl #iplayintheg

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Thanking health care workers with some loud stick taps


Joining the fight to conquer COVID


You don’t need ice to practice your shot


Staying in touch with teammates


Staying active by trying new sports


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Staying active… 🏒🏀 #iplayintheg

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Finding new training partners


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Got a new trainer🐶 . . . . . #athlete #hockey#womenshockey #womenshockeylife #skyhoundz#hockeyathome#gthl

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Passing the time by passing the puck


Practicing one of many celly options


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