So this summer I will be working as a camp counselor at YMCA Camp Lakewood and while there i will be in charge of a floor hockey clinic. Basically through hour long sessions each day, I am supposed to teach children about how to play hockey and the best parts of the game. I was curious what you guys thought I should teach these young, impressionable minds about this wonderful sport.(outside of the basics) Here's what I've got so far.
1) Being a YMCA camp I cannot teach them the rallying cry of 'FUCK DETROIT" without losing my job...But I can instill in them a deep deep hatred of the Red Wings
2) Proper hockey fighting techniques... this will be taught in the same way fight club functioned, the first rule about hockey fighting at Camp Lakewood is to not talk about hockey fighting at Camp Lakewood
3) Golf Cart avoidance...I think even the pros should be practicing this
4) The sweater never touches the floor.(considering they wont have jerseys this will probably be a worthless lesson at the time)
5) The fact that if you have a killer shootout move, you need to have another one to back it up...
Im sure you guys won't let me down in coming up with lessons that will get me fired in a matter of seconds...