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Group programs, such as camps and clinics, provide the opportunity for players to interact with their peers and learn from each other. Itís fun and challenging. A high energy level is maintained throughout drills and play with chances to rest between turns. Group programs permit focus on various game plays, such as one-on-one, two-on-one, etc., in friendly competition.

For young beginners, we also offer Learn-to-Skate programs.

Spring 2017

Mini Mites

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Saturday Mornings (8 sessions)
Cross-ice introductory league program
Mini Mites for children ages 5 to 10

Spring 2017

April 22-June 17

8:30 AM- 9:30 AM
*No class on May 27th*


Open to 60 skaters maximum – register early
Registration fee: $320 / 8 sessions (includes jersey)
Walk-on fee: $45 / session (based on availability, no jersey given)

Instructors: All youth programs are run by our expert
Twin Oaks instructors.

Objective:
Mini Mites is an introductory program to organized hockey leagues within a team environment. The focus is to play cross-ice games to prepare children to move into our in-house youth hockey league. Instruction will be on skill development and position play.

Requirements:
• Full hockey equipment
• Passed learn to skate and have basic hockey skills

Hockey Fundamentals

AGES 7-12
4 Friday nights from 5:45 - 6:45 pm

April 28 -- FULL!
May 5 -- FULL!
May 12 -- FULL!
May 19 -- FULL!

4 sessions - $160 / Single Session $50 each

Sessions will consist of full ice and station drills.

This clinic is for players who have previous hockey experience.

30 Skaters Max.

FEATURING RANDY VELISCHEK, JERRY DEA and SAM TAFEL

Each hour long session will focus on different core hockey skills: skating and edge control, puck handling & puck protection, shooting and receiving, and small game situations.

Player development will focus on:

Power Skating: Developing a powerful and explosive stride, increasing foot speed and agility and gaining maximum edge control and balance

Stick Handling: Controlling the puck and retaining top speed while maneuvering when under pressure, protecting the puck and one-on-one play

Shooting: Developing a hard and accurate shot with a quick release and releasing the puck under pressure

Battle Drills: Small area games, puck pursuit and protection