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Atom Blue Hawks Win Ford Drills and Skills Contest
Submitted By jhamilton on Friday, September 20, 2019
For 28 days they voted and were awarded the big prize!

Recently the Atom Blue Hawks participated in the Ford Drills and Skills contest and brought home the Grand Prize.

The team, family and friends voted for 28 days and after a long 28 days with over 300 Atom teams participating, the team was able to gain enough votes to be the #1 voted team from all teams entered. The Grand Prize (approx. retail value was $5000) inclduded:

1. Opportunity to participate in a Drills and Skills clinic on ice with the Toronto Maple Leafs Development Team
2. One Toronto Maple Leafs branded jersey for all players and coaches

The team participated in their Drills and Skills clinic on September 8, 2019 at Scotiabank Arena with the day starting at 7:30am. The kids were very excited to skate on the same ice as the Toronto Maple Leafs!

Upon arrival/check-in, the team heading to the dressing rooms to get in their gear and participate in their on-ice session with the Toronto Maple Leafs Development Team. The team wore their Brampton Hockey jerseys and did so with pride! 

After the on-ice session was complete, the team got dressed and were provided a Ford Drills and Skills t-shirt which they wore during their Dryland Training session on the Toronto Raptors practice court! After this session they needed replenishment's are were provided a delicious and nutritious meal from the Toronto Maple Leafs head chef and were able to ask questions about the Maple Leafs players' daily meal routines.

The last event of the day was finally upon them and they were treated to a phenomenal guest speaker, Mr Curtis Joseph who spoke about his long hockey career and even provided some insight and advise to all the young players.

The team would like to thank Ford and the Toronto Maple Leafs for a fantastic day and a lifetime full of memories.




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