Rut Hockey announces agreement with a Race Car Stock team and driver Dan Broton to sponsor a Race Car in the 2011 Golden Sands Speedway Mods & Stocks division. Team driver Dan Broton is excited to be representing Rut Hockey and our goal of growing Hockey around the United States. The Race Car will be going into the paint shop to begin the Rut Hockey logos on the hood and side panels of the car. The hood has been completed with picture attached. The Rut Hockey team has decided to gain the marketing to help grow Youth and Adult Hockey around the US. We are honored to be part of sharing this experience and growing hockey. Stay tuned for upcoming Race events and the Rut Hockey Race Car on the tracks this spring and summer.
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Check out video from a recent Anaheim Ducks practice and the importance of developing players to play at their full potential. This is a drill that can be accomplished at the mite and squirt levels of hockey.
On April 30th the Rut Hockey Team participated in a fight for cancer at the Susan G. Komen Cancer Walk in beautiful downtown San Antonio . Team member Ryan Scott was interviewed by the local TV station KSAT and the first question asked was "Why the Hockey jerseys for this great event?" Scott's response.....We are fighting for a Cure with the Dedicated volunteers and sponsors to education and research about causes, treatment, and a search for a cure, Also to promote and support kids with struggles with cancer and we are promoting a mission to grow the sport of hockey for adults and kids in the local area......that is why the jerseysare on." Scott described. The news reporter was excited to see such a creative and excited team fighting for a great cause.
Rut Hockey thanks San Antonio, for making the 14th annual Susan G. Komen San Antonio Race for the Cure another huge success! There were more than 28,000 participates, including 1,500 survivors, joined by family, friends and neighbors to raise more than $1 million for the seventh consecutive year.