Nic Gumina helped out his dad, John
, who was running the clinic.
"The parents had just as much fun out of this clinic as the kids," said John Gumina
"It's a lot of fun to work with these little kids - to see them smiling, falling and getting back up," said John Gumina
, who ran the festivities.
"But I need a new back.
If you can find me a lower back on eBay
, let me know."
East Lansing resident Vicki Belloli brought her six-year-old son Jack
to the clinic.
, a floor hockey whiz, did so well he
was able to play with the older kids in the mini-scrimmage near the end of the event.
One of the best parts for Jack
was playing on the home ice of the Spartans where he's
watched several games in person.
Now Jack's favorite spot for hockey is Munn, not his
"I liked playing over there," Jack
"I want to be a center."
Gumina, who works for FSN Detroit, said that the main objective of the clinic was to expose both parents and children to the sport.
"It's a way to get the kids and the parents out on the ice for an hour, have some fun and see if they want to play," said Gumina