Six Nations Tyke hockey about having fun

Developing skills and having fun while creating memories is what Six Nations Tyke hockey is all about. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Reporter If the smiles and excited laughter are any indication, then it was mission accomplished for the Six Nations tyke coaches. In a division which doesn’t keep score, have standings or referees for that matter the primary objective according to Six Nations tyke helper Ryan Martin is to have fun. “The most important thing is that we want to see them have fun,” Martin said. “Some teams (in the division) are better and when it’s 0-0 on the scoreboard kids are having fun as opposed to if it was say 21-0.” During that first weekend of November the Six Nations Tykes played Paris where they entertained the Gaylord Powless Arena with a plethora of quality saves and goals including 6 year-old Pierce Hill who scored his…

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