Did you know that ice hockey is the fourth most popular sport in the United States? Just behind basketball – and just ahead of soccer – hockey has continued to find a growing fanbase further south than ever before.
Spurred on by the success of our beloved Nashville Predators, hockey is about to gain even more traction in Middle Tennessee.
Be True. Be You. Be Bold: Girls’ Hockey Mentorship Initiative is Accepting Applications Now!
Blake Bolden’s “emBolden Her” 6 (six) month Mentorship, powered by Play It Again Sports’ Brentwood and Hendersonville locations, is coming soon!
By achieving many firsts in women’s hockey, Blake Bolden has broken barriers by exhibiting excellence on the ice and capturing many prestigious awards, accomplishments and titles. Blake’s vision, “if you can see it, you can be it” for girls interested in hockey, prompted her to initiate the mentorship and work with and guide young women as they set their goals to achieve greatness in hockey.
Mentorship topics of discussion will include:
- Mental Preparation
- Goal Setting
- Time Management
- Spreading Kindness
“Be True. Be You. Be Bold.” is accepting applications for the 25 positions available in the program from American and Canadian female hockey players, ages 13 to 15.
Application Deadline: Tuesday, August 31, 2021
Learn More and Apply Here
If Blake Bolden has you excited about hockey, check out these organizations in Williamson County that are 100% focused on helping young men and women find their perfect hockey fit!
Hockey is Coming to Sumner County:
Inline Hockey Complex:
The $2.8 M Inline Hockey Complex At Volunteer Park at Arrowhead has a proposed opening date set for this October. The facility will feature two covered, open-air rinks with clear-span roofs.
Last May, the Hendersonville Inline Hockey Association’s team players participated in the ground breaking ceremony for the Complex.
This Complex is an exciting first for Middle Tennessee!
Ice Hockey Complex:
In 2023, the Sumner County Ice Center at The Goat Farm will open with two ice rinks built to National Hockey League (NHL) standards. This program will be partially funded by the NHL and the National Hockey League Player’s Association (NHLPA) Industry Growth Fund.
The facility will host hockey tournaments, as well as on-ice events and competitions. Additionally, the Nashville Predators will offer programs such as youth learn-to-skate, adult hockey and Scott Hamilton Skating Academy lessons and events.
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