​​​​​​​Program Highlights

Ages 8-17

On-Ice Instruction

  • Two-hour sessions daily of quality on ice instruction and station training with specific skills and goals beginning Monday morning and ending Friday morning.

  • Goaltenders separated into small groups according to ages and ability to maximize learning

  • Daily power skating sessions to enhance agility in movement, recovery, mobility, and foot speed.

  • Train and perfect individual skills such as stance, movement, angle play, rebound control, and puck handling.

  • Learn save selection and technique. Learn exactly how to read, react, and even dictate what happens during an offensive attack.

  • Dedicated shooting staff capable of challenging any goaltender. We will adjust our shot speed and strength based on goalie age and experience.


Off-Ice Instruction

  • 1.5 hours of targeted off-ice hockey training daily including the following components:

  • Foot Speed, Agility Training & Flexibility

  • Read & React:
    • Hand-eye coordination exercises, reflex and anticipation, along with mental and visualization techniques for control and confidence.

  • Techniques & Tactics:
    • Designed to introduce and reinforce concepts used during situational play on-ice.  By introducing these physical elements off-ice, we can help goalies focus on the mental and physical skills involved without having to worry about on-ice distractions. This leads goalies to a much greater understanding of the skill or concept in question.

  • Team Challenge:
    • Learning of what "TEAM" means is an important part of developing hockey players. You will learn the importance of such critical hockey team skills as desire, cooperation, trust, motivation and just plain hard work towards a common goal. This program is under the supervision of our special Team Challenge staff and instruction is geared towards safety as a priority.

  • Interactive lectures focusing on the goalie position and your questions. Topics covered:
    • Pre-game preparation & in-game focus.
    • Goalie responsibilities.
    • Review and critique of professional situations, saves, and breakdowns resulting in goals.
    • Understand breakaway concepts and techniques. Know when to come out and how far, how quickly to back up, what visual cues to look for and what saves to make.
    • Regrouping after a goal. Learning and bouncing back from a bad game.


Additional Package Details:

  • Monday camp registration 8:00am.

  • Daily Snack Monday-Thursday (sports drink, energy bar, fruit).

  • Friday afternoon Subway (trademark) banquet with sandwiches, drinks, and cookies.

  • CAN/AM Goaltending Clinic souvenir.

  • Official CAN/AM jersey.