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Next VOSHA Board Meeting!!! Tuesday, May 11, 2010 @ 7pm
Date: 5/4/2010
By: Jim Rogers
2010 - 11 Try-outs
Date: 4/14/2010
By: Jim Rogers
Coaches for the 2010 - 2011 Season
Date: 4/1/2010
By: Jim Rogers
VOSHA 2009 Golf Tournament Photos
Date: 12/20/2009
By: Jim Rogers
Skills Sessions for 2009/2010 Season
Date: 4/9/2009
By: Rob Gosnell


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Skills Sessions for 2009/2010 Season
Date: 4/9/2009
By: Rob Gosnell

Starting in September 2009 VOSHA will now be offering weekly skills sessions built into the Travel Program. We will offer 20 sessions dedicated to individual development in areas of skating, stickhandling, and shooting. More details will follow once the 2009-2010 teams have been chosen within the Association. Don't miss out on an opportunity to join an association dedicated to building your child into the player that he/she strives to be. All sessions will run by Gayle Shalloo:

Gayle Shalloo grew up in southern California where she began hockey at the age of 4. She trained with the Los Angeles King’s powerskating instructor for 10 years. She then moved to Arizona where she played Tier II hockey until she moved to Connecticut to play at a Division I Prep School. She then received the Ashmead Cup as a Sophomore. In 2000 Gayle pursued her hockey career at Providence College where she received the Division I ECAC Rookie of Week in November. In May 2004 Gayle graduate with a degree in Communication from Arizona State University. Gayle’s hockey career also includes the following:

2008 Skills Coach for Swiss National Team (Feb 6-Feb 10 Romanshorn, Switzerland)

USA Hockey Certified

TURCOTTE Instructor


All American with ASU ACHA 2001

USA Hockey National Camp attendee: Lake Placid, NY, 1996-1999

Coach for USA Hockey National Development Camp: Peoria, AZ, 2003; SLC, UT, 2004 ; SLC, UT, 2009

Olympic Candidate

Over 25 years of hockey experience

2008 District Championship

1999 National Championship

"In the beginning there is skating. It is a fundamental fact of your life as a hockey player that you will progress and improve only as far as your skating allows you. It doesn't matter that you can shoot a puck through a quarter-inch plywood, stick handle around three people in a phone booth or body-check opponents so hard that their helmets pop off. If you don't skate you don't rate - at least as a hockey player." Jack Falla

For more info on Gayle Shalloo and programs please go to www.shallooskills.com