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Weekly Clinics

 The first days of the clinic are designated to evaluate skating, balance and small skills. As the camp builds it slowly integrates stick handling, puck control, passing, shooting and tactical puck movement. Every day we evaluate and reevaluate what skills our kids need and adapt the camp structure to best suit the player's need. 


Skating is a player's most important tool in their tool bag. That is why our clinic is heavily focused on skating and posture. 

March Checking Clinic 

Individual Skate 


Both Skates 


March 20, 2021


2 Skate - 3 hrs of ice 

NOTE: All applicants must be 1st year Bantam or higher in 2021-2022 season



An additional 'under Bantam' clinic to follow based on interest 

General Skills Clinics

Individual Skate 



Purchase of 3 or More Skates 


Early Bird Special:

Full camp price if paid before June 1st

$360.00 ($22.50/skate)


July-August 2021

Tuesdays & Thursdays


Each skate is 1hr of on-ice skill work + 45min off-ice conditioning

AGE REQUIREMENTS: 1st Year Squirt - HS 

(9-18 years old)



Ask us about personal training!

*** PLEASE NOTE *** We are limited to 40 (FULL CLINIC) registrations for ALL clinics.  We are limited to 40 kids on the ice at one time, so get in early. 

There is not a specific registration deadline. Once, our capacity is met, we will suspend registration. 



Players do not need to be pre-registered in order to participate in the camp. Registration forms will be available at the camp but will need to be signed by a parent or guardian for participation (this is for the safety of our participants). However, it is preferred to pre-register to secure ice time and adequate coaching staff. If you pay $25 to hold a spot in the camp, this will be used towards the total camp cost.


We are looking to drastically increase the number of skaters attending our camp. Only the first 45 people registered will have a spot held for the session. 


All payments are Non-Refundable. Special cases may be taken into consideration for player Injuries or unexpected global pandemics. 


Thank you,


John Brooks 

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