Camp Information-To register click the links above.
General Information-August 27-30th, 2019
Intensive Power Skating Instruction
Focus on individual skill development such as passing, stick-handling, read/react drills and more
Shooting & Scoring Techniques
Dryland Training-Includes agility ladders, parachutes, hurdles and more
Shooting Skills Centre
Floor Hockey Centre
Stickhandling Skills Centre
Scrimmage & Mini Games.
Goaltending Program Featuring;
Individualized Goaltending Skills
Specialized Goaltending Drills
Lots of 1 on 1 instruction with goaltending instructor!
A sample schedule attached. We reserve the right to reschedule and/or regroup without notice.
Equipment requirements: Full hockey equipment is required including helmet, facial protector, throat protector, shoulder pads, elbow pads, gloves, athletic supporter, belt for socks, shin pads, socks, hockey pants, skates, stick and a water bottle. All goaltenders must supply their own equipment.
Off ice dry land requirements: All players must wear running shoes, shorts and a t-shirt. I also recommend a hat and sunglasses.
All equipment should be clearly marked or initialed.
The management or instructors are not responsible for any lost, stolen or damaged items.
Meals are not provided. I recommend you pack a snack.
Camp Store: We will be having a Camp Store which will be open on a minimum basis where we will be selling t-shirts, hoodies, long sleeve shirts, hats, mini sticks, sock tape, etc, etc. (On a limited basis we will also try and have water, Gatorade, pop, chips and granola bars for sale).
If you have any questions, concerns, comments, please be aware that I will be on the ice for all the sessions, so I ask your patience in giving me time to look after the situation.
All discipline issues will be dealt with severely. Parents will be contacted and a decision will be made regarding the future participation in the camp.
Thank you very much for your support! It is greatly appreciated!
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