Hockey Canada Skills Camp (Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario)

PrintHockey Canada Skills Camp

                                         
The Hockey Canada Skills Development Camps are a one-day or two-day event open to boys and girls playing in the Atom and Peewee divisions [9-12 years of age].

The Hockey Canada Skills Development Camps were developed to provide players with an opportunity to enhance their fundamental skills in a positive, learning environment. The primary focus of the camp is centered around on-ice fundamental skills, with time scheduled for life skill enhancement in areas such as respect, fitness and teamwork.

The Development Camps provide players with an experience they will not soon forget!  The Hockey Canada Skills Development Camps are designed for recreational players and have the following objectives:

  • To develop and enhance the fundamental skills of skating, passing, stick handling and shooting
  • To create an opportunity for players to meet other players and develop friendships
  • To promote the fun of the game
  • To teach the concepts of fair play, fitness, safety, teamwork and the importance of a positive attitude 
  • To provide a memorable experience for all those attend

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For more information, contact Tyler Tolton.

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