The Cookie Monster Program will help introduce young players to the game of hockey. We will host two skill levels over the summer to best suit your child’s development. We will teach the fundamentals utilizing drills as well as games in a fun learning environment. Players will be separated on skill level and maturity to place them in a successful atmosphere. Full hockey equipment is required.
The Defense Skills class is targeted for players who want to perform at a high-performance level. Players will develop tools to increase mobility, positional play, shooting and defending. Players will be challenged at a High-Performance level in a fun, competitive environment. This class is focused to push your skill set to improve your defensive play so you are ready to make the jump to the next level in your hockey career. Full hockey equipment is required.
Edging & Stroking
This class will focus on skating movements including balance, edge control and specific precision skating techniques. World Figure Skating Champion Victor Kraatz has worked with all levels of hockey players and will help teach and develop players skating structure to push your skill sets to the next level. This dynamic skating class will help you achieve your goals in a fun interactive environment. Full equipment is required.
Learn to Skate (For Hockey)
This class will focus on hockey player’s foundations, set up, stance, edge control and balance. This class is perfect for children who wish to gain confidence and the necessary skills before entering Cookie Monsters or H1. Equipment needed: Helmet with cage, hockey gloves & skates.
High-performance explosive speed and power training, power skating with NSWC’s Karen Kos. Quick feet, dynamic agility and stride perfection in an up-tempo, educational environment. Full hockey equipment required.
Power Edge Pro (PEP)
Power Edge Pro’s innovative training produces results by bringing key elements of technical skating, reactive agility, weak side training, puck placement/recovery, and hand/eye/foot coordination together. These are all bi-products of reactive countering training.
Professional Day Camps
Professional Day Camps give players the ultimate opportunity to stay active, improve their skills, and have fun. Players will receive a one hour practice on the large ice, an hour and fifteen minute practice on the HTC/Skill ice, along with a gym session, classroom session, and a hot lunch. Each camp, players will work on shooting, skating, puck skills, and play-making ability.