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Sarnia Pre Season Hockey Fundamentals Program

This program has been designed for the beginner hockey players in their first 1-3 years of hockey looking to fine tune and progress their fundamental skills, balance and agility, edging, skating forward and backward, stopping, cross overs, puck handling, passing, shooting and much more. This program will give players the opportunity to work on their skills in preparation for the upcoming hockey season.

August Full Day Novice/Atom Camp

This program challenges players by focusing on all aspects of skating such as quick starts, acceleration, transition turns, edging, cross overs and more along with powerful and efficient skating techniques. Pucks will be added during some power skating sessions in order to apply new skating techniques while controlling the puck. Puck control, advanced stick handling, shooting and passing will also be points of emphasis. All of these learned skills will be reviewed and practiced during small group and full ice drills. Players will also participate in off-ice conditioning sessions, team games, lecture sessions, and afternoon on-ice sessions will incorporate small area games and much, much more.

August Full Week Camp Peewee/Bantam Positional/Contact

This full day positional camp will focus on forward and defense specific skills from skating, shooting, passing, positional play, offensive zone and defensive zone play, playing along the boards, face offs, net front play and much more. Hockey is a game of contact no matter what age, we will incorporate body contact when playing under pressure, using your body to create separation, being aware of where players are, protecting the puck. The Bantam players will be instructed on how to give and received a body check, when to use their body, playing safe and much more. This program will also help players create and defend 1-1’s, 2-1’s, 3-2’s, odd man situations and much more. This program is perfect for players looking to get better at their position and understanding how to control the puck and use their body to create opportunities in a game.

 

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