Hockey is a sport that can be enjoyed by individuals of all ages. At Impact Hockey, we believe in nurturing talent and building skills from a young age through focused training programs. This blog post will provide an overview of the different hockey camps we offer for various age groups and skill levels.
Pre-Rep Prep Programs at Impact Hockey
U11 Pre Rep Prep Program
The U11 Pre Rep Prep program is designed for young players born in 2010 and 2011. It is specially tailored for those attending rep tryouts only. The program focuses on developing the fundamental skills required for competitive gameplay.
Key Features of U11 Pre Rep Prep
The U11 Pre Rep Prep program runs for two weeks in August. The first week is from August 24 to August 28 and the second week is from August 31 to September 3. Each group consists of a maximum of 14 players, ensuring individual attention for all participants.
U13 Pre Rep Prep Program
The U13 Pre Rep Prep program is for players born in 2008 and 2009. Like the U11 program, this is designed for players attending rep tryouts only.
Key Features of U13 Pre Rep Prep
The U13 Pre Rep Prep program runs for two weeks in August. The first week is from August 17 to August 21 and the second week is from August 24 to August 28. Each group also consists of a maximum of 14 players.
U15 Pre Rep Prep Program
The U15 Pre Rep Prep program caters to older players born in 2006 and 2007. This program, like the others, is designed for players attending rep tryouts only.
Key Features of U15 Pre Rep Prep
The U15 Pre Rep Prep program also runs for two weeks in August, similar to the U13 program. The groups are small, with a maximum of 14 players, for effective learning.
Summer Camps at Impact Hockey
Impact Hockey also organizes summer camps for different age groups, focusing on skill development and enjoyment of the game.
The Mite camps are designed for young players that will be in Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, or 3rd Grade in the next school year. These camps are divided into two categories: Beginner & Intermediate Mite camps and Advanced Mite camps.
Beginner & Intermediate Mite Camps
The Beginner & Intermediate Mite Camps are designed for players who will be playing at the Mite or U6 level. These camps run in two sessions over the summer, focusing on skill development in a fun and supportive environment.
Advanced Mite Camps
The Advanced Mite Camps cater to more skilled players who will be playing at the Mite or U8 level. These camps run in two sessions over the summer, aiming to further develop the players' skills and understanding of the game.
Peewee / Squirt Camps
The Peewee / Squirt Camps are designed for older players that will be in 4th, 5th, 6th, or 7th Grade in the next school year. These camps are divided into two categories: Squirt Camps and PeeWee Camps.
The Squirt Camps are designed for players who will be playing at the Squirt 1 or 2 level. The camps focus on developing power skating and stick skills, ensuring players are well-rounded and ready for competitive play.
The PeeWee Camps cater to players who will be playing at the PeeWee 1 or 2 level. The camps focus on developing powerskating and stick skills, similar to the Squirt Camps, but at a more advanced level.
At Impact Hockey, we believe that every player, irrespective of their age or skill level, deserves the opportunity to learn, grow, and enjoy the game of hockey. Our programs are designed to cater to different age groups and skill levels, ensuring every player gets the attention and training suitable to their needs.
Whether you're a young player looking to try out for a rep team, or an older player wanting to hone your skills over the summer, we have a program that can help you reach your potential. We invite you to join us at Impact Hockey and experience the difference that quality, focused training can make in your hockey journey.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I register for a camp or program at Impact Hockey?
You can register for any of our camps or programs directly through our website. You'll find detailed information about each program, including dates, prices, and registration details.
How many players are in each group?
We believe in providing individual attention to all our participants, and hence, we limit our group size to a maximum of 14 players.
What skills do the camps focus on?
Our camps focus on a range of skills including power skating, stick handling, and game tactics. The exact focus varies depending on the camp and the skill level of the participants.
Do I need to have my own equipment?
Yes, all players are expected to bring their own equipment. A list of required equipment will be provided upon registration.
How can I find out more information?
You can find more information about our camps and programs on our website. If you have additional questions, don't hesitate to reach out to us directly. We're always here to help.
Please note that the information provided in this blog post is subject to change. Always refer to the Impact Hockey website for the most up-to-date information.