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Face-Off Factory Announces Fall/Winter Training Tour Schedule

Costa Mesa, CA – November 4, 2014 — The Face-Off Factory and its coaching staff of current Division I specialists will be hitting the road in late November working with face-off specialists to fine tune their skills and modify their style to adhere to and dominate the new NCAA rules. Read More…

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Costa Mesa, CA – November 4, 2014 — The Face-Off Factory and its coaching staff of current Division I specialists will be hitting the road in late November working with face-off specialists to fine tune their skills and modify their style to adhere to and dominate the new NCAA rules. 

The Face-Off Factory coaching staff will be reviewing the four main stances, handgrips, situational analysis, wing play and most importantly communications.  The coaches will also discuss the pros and cons of when to use certain face-off techniques.

 

The Face-Off Factory’s Winter Training schedule is:

 

November 29 – Minneapolis, MN – (9 am to 3 pm) – Check in 8:30 am

Rising 4th – 12th grades (boys only)

Student Recreational Sports Dome (University of Minnesota)

1720 8th St. SE

 

December 28 — Yorba Linda, CA — (9 am to 3 pm) — Check in 8:30 am

Rising 4th — 12th grades (boys only)

Yorba Linda High School

19900 Bastanchury Rd.

 

December 29 – San Diego, CA – (9 am to 3 pm) – Check in 8:30 am

Rising 4th – 12th grades (boys only)

Westview High School

13500 Camino Del Sur

 

January 2 – Camillus, NY – (9 am to 3 pm) – Check in 8:30 am

Rising 4th – 12th grades (boys only)

Pine Grove Country Club

4050 Milton Ave.

 

January 4 – Greenfield, MA (11 am to 4 pm) – Check in 10:30

Rising 4th – 12th grades (boys only)

Indoor Action Sports

1385 Bernardston Rd.

 

January 10 – Charlotte, NC – (11 am to 5:30 pm) – Check in 10:30 am

Rising 4th – 12th grades (boys only)

Davie Park

4635 Pineville-Matthews Rd.

 

For additional information on the Face-Off Factory and to register online visit our website at http://face-offfactory.com/

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