Hockey Canada Summer Super Skills (03-09)
The Hockey Canada Summer Super Skills Camp focuses on individual skill development on and off the ice, following the principles of Hockey Canada’s Long Term Player Development (LTPD) model. The Summer Super Skills Camp is led by Hockey Canada trained instructors, and is open to both male and female athletes born between 2003-2009 (years).
The camp will focus on individual skill development on and off the ice, through on-ice drills focused on skating, puck control, passing and shooting. Off-ice sessions will work on agility, balance and coordination, following the principles of Hockey Canada’s Long Term Player Development Model. Off-ice sessions will also incorporate other sports, to foster overall athleticism within the LTPD model.
Athletes can be dropped off at the Medicine Hat Family Leisure Centre at 8:30 a.m. and picked up at 4:30 p.m. each day. Hockey Canada group leaders will supervise each group daily.
The camp includes:
- 5 consecutive days of activities
- 10 on-ice sessions (2 daily)
- 20 off-ice sessions (3-4 daily)
- Hockey Canada practice jersey
- Hockey Canada t-shirt and shorts
Athletes will be emailed a detailed schedule seven days prior to the start of camp.