Langley novice C1 Lightning's Makenna Mussato (middle) competes at the Langley Girls Ice Hockey Association's annual Angels on Ice tournament at Sportsplex. The association is holding a free come try hockey event for girls between the ages of 5 and 17 on June 4.

Want to try hockey?

Langley Girls Ice Hockey Association holding free on-ice session for interested females between the ages of 5 and 17 on June 4

The Langley Girls Ice Hockey Association is hosting a free Come Try Hockey event on Saturday.

Girls between the ages of five and 17 are invited out to the Walnut Grove Sportsplex (20165 91A Ave.) on June 4 at 11 a.m.

It is free and skates will be provided but hockey equipment is in limited supply so people are asked to bring a hockey helmet, gloves and any equipment they have.

To register, email admin@lgiha.com or visit www.lgiha.com.

 

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