AMHL Pre-Season Hockey Skills Camp, News (Ancaster Minor Hockey)

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AMHL Pre-Season Hockey Skills Camp
Submitted By AMHL on Thursday, July 25, 2019
This four day camp (August 26 to August 29) will focus on the skills of skating, passing, puck control, shooting and combative games. A 30 or 40 minute, 4 on 4 or 3 on 3 session will be included as part of the program each day also. The off-ice program will consist of fitness testing, dry land training, and low organizational games. Open to Ancaster Minor Hockey players (house league or Rep).

Dates: Monday, August 26 to Thursday, August 29, 2019

Time: Daily 8:30 am to 4:30 pm  (Supervision may be provided until 5:00 pm upon request)

Location: Morgan Firestone Arena

Cost: $250 Family Rate: $225
 
Ages: Males and Females ages 6 to 12 years of age (AMHL house league or rep)
(Three groups will be established)
Juniors: 6 - 8 Years
Intermediate: 10 to 12 Years
 
Camp Director & Head Instructor: Bob Waterhouse, Hockey Canada Skills Coach

Sign up: AMHL registration link

Questions : contact Leo Paone [email protected]

Each Camper Will Require:  
> Hockey duffle bag containing full equipment and hockey stick;
> A small duffle bag containing: Running Shoes (should be worn to camp) and Lunch (including several snacks); Water Bottle; Sun screen; Baseball hat (optional); and Jacket.

Typical Day:
8:30 am:             Drop campers off in Atrium at Morgan Firestone
9:00-10:00         On-Ice Session # 1
10:15 -11:15      Dry-Land Session
11:15-12:00       Low Organizational Games
12:15-12:45       Lunch (Bagged)
1:00-2:00           On-Ice Session # 2
2:15-3:30           Spring Valley Pool - Swim
3:45-4:00           Low Organizational Games
4:30 pm             Parental Pick-up

Weather dependent; games of low organization may include touch football, soccer, ball hockey, agility course etc.


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