Never Ever program helps adults learn to play hockey

Ashley Doerzbacher gets suited up for an ice hockey lessons as part of the Never Ever League at Bill Gray's Regional Iceplex.

Brighton, N.Y. -- A program at the Bill Gray's Regional Iceplex on the MCC campus is helping adults learn (or in some cases, re-learn) to play hockey.

The Never Ever League is an 11-week program that teaches adults the fundamentals of the game and allows them some time to put those skills to the test.

The co-ed, non-checking hockey program is open to anyone age 18 and older. No ice skating or hockey experience is required.

Ashley Doerzbacher is a big hockey fan and decided to lace up the skates and take the ice with a class in the Never Ever League this morning.

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