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NHL Breakout

Get ready to breakout - not with zits... but with hockey. The NHL BREAKOUT Tour has the world's largest street hockey tournament, a hockey obstacle course and a chance for you to meet your favorite NHL superstars.

The NHL BREAKOUT 2001 tournament is open to guys, girls and co-ed teams of any age or skill level. They have an inline skate division or if you're not too good on wheels, you can just play in your sneakers. The NHL BREAKOUT provides the nets and refs, so you just gotta get your team signed up. Winners from each tour stop as well as the European Champion will play for the world title which will be played in January, 2002 in San Diego.

If you can't get a team together, there's still plenty to do at NHL BREAKOUT. You can try out your skills at the inflatable hockey obstacle course. The course tests your skills at stick handling, passing, dodging body checks and scoring. You can also improve your game at the slapshot cage or the target nets. NHL superstars from each city will be giving hockey clinics at each stop as well. So you can learn how to make the perfect pass or do a great deke from the best in the business.

For those of you who are lazy, couch potatoes who never exercise, there is still stuff to do at NHL BREAKOUT. You can join the Bubble Hockey tournament, watch videos of great goals and big hits or just chill out to the DJs who will be spinning tunes in the background.

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