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Summer GOALIE Camps for Boys & Girls

Northeast Goalie Development Summer Training Our 2017 Summer Hockey Goalie Camps offer each player the opportunity to develop their game to his or her top potential. We pride ourselves in producing a fun, competitive and challenging goalie camp.  Throughout the week, each player will be involved with strength training, speed training, balance work, core training, agility training, plyometrics, stretching techniques and much more. Camps take place at the Rodman Arena in Walpole, MA, Ocean Ice Palace in Brick, NJ and The Arenas at Woodbridge, NJ.

We're so confident in our programs and staff that we offer a 100% money back guarantee if your player is not satisfied after their first day.

Learn More about our Camps or See our Schedule and Register below.


Summer Camp Activities

Summer Camp Pool

Summer Camp Pool
Summer Camp BBQ

Each evening our boarding campers will be given opportunities to form lasting friendships with fellow campers. Monday evenings will see our campers attend our wildly popular BBQ / Pool Party and play games such as Kan-Jam and Ladder ball before ending the night with Smores. Later in the week campers will have a pizza party and movie night.

Six Flags New England
Always a camp favorite, Full Day and Boarding Camper will take Wednesday off from skating (weather permitting - another day will be selected if necessary) and head to Six Flags New England where they will experience some of the area's hottest attractions, including the Hurricane Harbor water park!

Offered weeks of:
July 2nd • July 30th • Aug 6th • Aug 13th

If you prefer for your player to not attend the Six Flags trip, you may choose for the player to remain at the rink and participate in a regular day of camp.


Boarding Accomodations

RB Hockey Boarding Camp Residence

Four Points Sheraton, Norwood, MA

A big hit every summer, our boarding camps will again be held at the Four Points Sheraton in Norwood, MA.

Located just down Route 1 from the rink, the Four Points by Sheraton Norwood is a popular facility for executive conferences, impressive weddings, special events and leisure getaways. 

RB Hockey Boarding Camp RoomThe Four Points has designated and reserved an entire floor for our campers. We will have the only access, ensuring the safety and security of RB Hockey campers and our dedicated staff, who stay there along with the kids. The property also hosts NFL football teams and college teams when playing at Gillett stadium.

Four Points by Sheraton Norwood Hotel & Conference Center Amenities include:
  • Comfortable, appointed guest rooms with free high-speed Internet access and cable television
  • Full maid service so campers no longer need to bring pillow’s, sheets or towels from home
  • Indoor heated pool with lifeguard, whirlpool and fitness center
  • Professional conference room with state-of-the-art audiovisual technology to break down video, as well as space for camp activities
  • Amazing Breakfast Buffett each morning
  • Our shuttle bus will transport campers to and from the rink daily

OFF-ICE TRAINING AT EVOLUTION

  Evolution Sports Performance
In addition to developing hockey skills on the ice, it is equally important to expose athletes to dryland training exercises to help them reach their full athletic potential. Evolution Sports Performance, our official off-ice trainer, is conveniently located less than a quarter mile from the Rodman Arena and provides dryland training programs year-round for athletes ages 8 and up. Their programs introduce hockey players to exercises that develop multi-directional movement skills, speed, agility, balance, and coordination.

Every athlete is invited to try out a small-group training class for FREE!  These classes are grouped by age and are offered Monday through Saturday.

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Pro Coaches
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ed Kesell
Nick Commesso
Evan McCarthy
Chris Tasiopoulos
Bethany Welch

Kinetic Fuel

Every aspect of your game is powered by the fuel you put into your body. If you could be 8-10% faster and 10-12% stronger, would you want to know how? Julie Nicoletti, sports nutritionist, can help you fuel your performance and reduce your risk of injury. Personalized consultations available during camp ($99). If interested, contact Julie at Julie@KineticFuel.net or by phone at 617-921-4237. Learn More at KineticFuel.net


CAMP SCHEDULE + REGISTRATION
Click on a camp below for full details. Price for Full Camp, Half Camp, and Boarding Camps are listed at the right (if applicable).

To see our Girls Camp line-up, click here.

Week of June 18th
Location Ages Dates Half Full Board Code Registration
Base Goaltending
Walpole, MA 6-17 yrs Mon June 19th - Fri June 23rd $395 $695 n/a B618 View Details + Sign-Up

The focus for the base goaltending is to build a strong technique that allows the goaltender to progress in his ability to make saves. The primary skills that are taught include accurate and efficient movement, balance on skates and basic save choice. Each on-ice session will include goalie specific movement training, focusing on balance and accuracy in movement. Balance is crucial when it comes to goaltending the position of the hands, feet and stick is a focus in base goaltending. If a goalie cannot move efficiently and accurately in balance and on angle around the crease, the chances of making saves is drastically reduced. Not only is the initial movement a focus, but also saves chosen will be an area that in addition to the movement will require specific attention. Balance again is needed when it comes to save choice habits. If young goaltenders are confident in their balance, movement and save choice habits, that confidence will solidify a base that will help progress a goalies functional foundation.

Focus On: C-Cuts, T-Push, Shuffle, Butterfly, Lateral Adjustment, Vertical Adjustment, Save Selection, Glove Saves, Blocker Saves, Pad Saves, Stick Saves

TIMES:
DAY CAMP
Monday - Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Monday - Friday 9am - 12pm

Click Here to Register

Notes: Check-in is Monday at 8am at the Rodman Arena.

AAA Goaltending
Walpole, MA 6-17 yrs Mon June 19th - Fri June 23rd $395 $695 n/a A618 View Details + Sign-Up

Once a base is established, goalies will progress in their ability to identify more specific skills and habits essential to goaltending. The primary focus will be the accuracy and efficiency in movement and balance of hands, feet and stick, goalies will find that this focused goaltending requires a refining of save choice habits, save-recovery identification. During these on ice sessions, goalies will grow through an intense program, which pushes each goalie to continually grow his technical base and situational efficiency. As with the base stage mobility and balance with movement and save selection are crucial during this phase. The movement will address Lateral, Vertical and Slant movement. In addition, to mobility, balance and save selection, the instructors will focus on the save choice and then the recovery in specific situations. The goal is to help goaltenders become more athletic and less robotic in their selections. The more adaptable the goaltender to the change in situations the greater the chance of making saves.

Focus On: Lateral Adjustment, Vertical Recovery, Lateral Recovery, Stealing Depth, Lateral Saves, Vertical Saves, Controlled Rebounds, Purposed Movement

TIMES:
DAY CAMP
Monday - Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Monday - Friday 9am - 12pm

Click Here to Register

Notes: Check-in is Monday at 8am at the Rodman Arena.

Elite Goaltending
Walpole, MA 9-17 yrs Mon June 19th - Fri June 23rd $395 $695 n/a E618 View Details + Sign-Up

Goaltenders at this level will receive on-ice training that will focus on the intangibles of goaltending. Including, advanced movement and balance training, situational awareness, and mental preparation. There are two focuses in this program, the first is developing advanced positioning, movement and fluid goaltending. This first focus is geared toward specific technical training where the little habits that goaltenders develop can be addressed and altered. The movement and fluid goaltending are repeated and then the shot component is added to reinforce good habits. Because goalies are not all the same each habit that isn’t efficiently helping their game will be mentored so that the proper habit is replaced. The second focus of this program is to effect change in the way goalies train. Too often goalies rely on shots in practice to get better. This habit is out dated and goalies will learn to train in a way that is highly repetitive and focused on each detail of the game. This is an advanced curriculum which is meant for elite goaltenders and these sessions are by approval only. This is the culmination of all the phase of this goaltending program and will prepare goalies to compete at the highest level.

Goalies will be evaluated on the first day of camp and placed into either an intermediate or advanced group, to guarantee that goalies will have the best fit for their development.

TIMES:
DAY CAMP
Monday - Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Monday - Friday 9am - 12pm

Click Here to Register

Notes: Check-in is Monday at 8am at the Rodman Arena.


Week of June 25
Location Ages Dates Half Full Board Code Registration
Base Goaltending
Walpole, MA 6-17 yrs Mon June 26th - Fri June 30th $395 $695 n/a B625 View Details + Sign-Up

The focus for the base goaltending is to build a strong technique that allows the goaltender to progress in his ability to make saves. The primary skills that are taught include accurate and efficient movement, balance on skates and basic save choice. Each on-ice session will include goalie specific movement training, focusing on balance and accuracy in movement. Balance is crucial when it comes to goaltending the position of the hands, feet and stick is a focus in base goaltending. If a goalie cannot move efficiently and accurately in balance and on angle around the crease, the chances of making saves is drastically reduced. Not only is the initial movement a focus, but also saves chosen will be an area that in addition to the movement will require specific attention. Balance again is needed when it comes to save choice habits. If young goaltenders are confident in their balance, movement and save choice habits, that confidence will solidify a base that will help progress a goalies functional foundation.

Focus On: C-Cuts, T-Push, Shuffle, Butterfly, Lateral Adjustment, Vertical Adjustment, Save Selection, Glove Saves, Blocker Saves, Pad Saves, Stick Saves

TIMES:
DAY CAMP
Monday - Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Monday - Friday 9am - 12pm

Click Here to Register

Notes: Check-in is Monday at 8am at the Rodman Arena.

AAA Goaltending
Walpole, MA 6-17 yrs Mon June 26th - Fri June 30th $395 $695 n/a A625 View Details + Sign-Up

Once a base is established, goalies will progress in their ability to identify more specific skills and habits essential to goaltending. The primary focus will be the accuracy and efficiency in movement and balance of hands, feet and stick, goalies will find that this focused goaltending requires a refining of save choice habits, save-recovery identification. During these on ice sessions, goalies will grow through an intense program, which pushes each goalie to continually grow his technical base and situational efficiency. As with the base stage mobility and balance with movement and save selection are crucial during this phase. The movement will address Lateral, Vertical and Slant movement. In addition, to mobility, balance and save selection, the instructors will focus on the save choice and then the recovery in specific situations. The goal is to help goaltenders become more athletic and less robotic in their selections. The more adaptable the goaltender to the change in situations the greater the chance of making saves.

Focus On: Lateral Adjustment, Vertical Recovery, Lateral Recovery, Stealing Depth, Lateral Saves, Vertical Saves, Controlled Rebounds, Purposed Movement

TIMES:
DAY CAMP
Monday - Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Monday - Friday 9am - 12pm

Click Here to Register

Notes: Check-in is Monday at 8am at the Rodman Arena.

Elite Goaltending
Walpole, MA 9-17 yrs Mon June 26th - Fri June 30th $395 $695 n/a E625 View Details + Sign-Up

Goaltenders at this level will receive on-ice training that will focus on the intangibles of goaltending. Including, advanced movement and balance training, situational awareness, and mental preparation. There are two focuses in this program, the first is developing advanced positioning, movement and fluid goaltending. This first focus is geared toward specific technical training where the little habits that goaltenders develop can be addressed and altered. The movement and fluid goaltending are repeated and then the shot component is added to reinforce good habits. Because goalies are not all the same each habit that isn’t efficiently helping their game will be mentored so that the proper habit is replaced. The second focus of this program is to effect change in the way goalies train. Too often goalies rely on shots in practice to get better. This habit is out dated and goalies will learn to train in a way that is highly repetitive and focused on each detail of the game. This is an advanced curriculum which is meant for elite goaltenders and these sessions are by approval only. This is the culmination of all the phase of this goaltending program and will prepare goalies to compete at the highest level.

Goalies will be evaluated on the first day of camp and placed into either an intermediate or advanced group, to guarantee that goalies will have the best fit for their development.

TIMES:
DAY CAMP
Monday - Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Monday - Friday 9am - 12pm

Click Here to Register

Notes: Check-in is Monday at 8am at the Rodman Arena.


Week of July 2nd
Location Ages Dates Half Full Board Code Registration
AAA Goaltending
Walpole, MA 6-17 yrs Sun July 2nd - Fri July 7th $395 $695 $1295 A702 View Details + Sign-Up

Once a base is established, goalies will progress in their ability to identify more specific skills and habits essential to goaltending. The primary focus will be the accuracy and efficiency in movement and balance of hands, feet and stick, goalies will find that this focused goaltending requires a refining of save choice habits, save-recovery identification. During these on ice sessions, goalies will grow through an intense program, which pushes each goalie to continually grow his technical base and situational efficiency. As with the base stage mobility and balance with movement and save selection are crucial during this phase. The movement will address Lateral, Vertical and Slant movement. In addition, to mobility, balance and save selection, the instructors will focus on the save choice and then the recovery in specific situations. The goal is to help goaltenders become more athletic and less robotic in their selections. The more adaptable the goaltender to the change in situations the greater the chance of making saves.

Focus On: Lateral Adjustment, Vertical Recovery, Lateral Recovery, Stealing Depth, Lateral Saves, Vertical Saves, Controlled Rebounds, Purposed Movement

TIMES:
BOARDING CAMP
Sunday 2pm (check-in)
Friday 12pm (pick-up)

DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm (Six Flags)
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 12pm
Thursday - Friday 9am - 12pm
*Can add Wednesday Six Flags trip for $55

Click Here to Register

Notes: Boarding check-in is Sunday at 2pm at Rodman Arena in Walpole. Half & Full Day check-in is Sunday at 3pm at Rodman Arena. Boarding pick-up is Friday at 12pm at Rodman Arena.

Elite Goaltending
Walpole, MA 9-17 yrs Sun July 2nd - Fri July 7th $395 $695 $1295 E702 View Details + Sign-Up

Goaltenders at this level will receive on-ice training that will focus on the intangibles of goaltending. Including, advanced movement and balance training, situational awareness, and mental preparation. There are two focuses in this program, the first is developing advanced positioning, movement and fluid goaltending. This first focus is geared toward specific technical training where the little habits that goaltenders develop can be addressed and altered. The movement and fluid goaltending are repeated and then the shot component is added to reinforce good habits. Because goalies are not all the same each habit that isn’t efficiently helping their game will be mentored so that the proper habit is replaced. The second focus of this program is to effect change in the way goalies train. Too often goalies rely on shots in practice to get better. This habit is out dated and goalies will learn to train in a way that is highly repetitive and focused on each detail of the game. This is an advanced curriculum which is meant for elite goaltenders and these sessions are by approval only. This is the culmination of all the phase of this goaltending program and will prepare goalies to compete at the highest level.

Goalies will be evaluated on the first day of camp and placed into either an intermediate or advanced group, to guarantee that goalies will have the best fit for their development.

TIMES:
BOARDING CAMP
Sunday 2pm (check-in)
Friday 12pm (pick-up)

DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm (Six Flags)
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 12pm
Thursday - Friday 9am - 12pm
*Can add Wednesday Six Flags trip for $55

Click Here to Register

Notes: Boarding check-in is Sunday at 2pm at Rodman Arena in Walpole. Half & Full Day check-in is Sunday at 3pm at Rodman Arena. Boarding pick-up is Friday at 12pm at Rodman Arena.

Premier Goaltending
Walpole, MA 9-17 yrs Sun July 2nd - Fri July 7th $395 $695 $1295 P702 View Details + Sign-Up

Goaltenders at this level will receive on-ice training that will focus on the intangibles of goaltending. Including, advanced movement and balance training, situational awareness, and mental preparation. There are two focuses in this program, the first is developing advanced positioning, movement and fluid goaltending. This first focus is geared toward specific technical training where the little habits that goaltenders develop can be addressed and altered. The movement and fluid goaltending are repeated and then the shot component is added to reinforce good habits. Because goalies are not all the same each habit that isn’t efficiently helping their game will be mentored so that the proper habit is replaced. The second focus of this program is to effect change in the way goalies train. Too often goalies rely on shots in practice to get better. This habit is out dated and goalies will learn to train in a way that is highly repetitive and focused on each detail of the game. This is an advanced curriculum which is meant for elite goaltenders and these sessions are by approval only. This is the culmination of all the phase of this goaltending program and will prepare goalies to compete at the highest level.

Goalies will be evaluated on the first day of camp and placed into either an intermediate or advanced group, to guarantee that goalies will have the best fit for their development.

TIMES:
BOARDING CAMP
Sunday 2pm (check-in)
Friday 12pm (pick-up)

DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm (Six Flags)
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 12pm
Thursday - Friday 9am - 12pm
*Can add Wednesday Six Flags trip for $55

Click Here to Register

Notes: Boarding check-in is Sunday at 2pm at Rodman Arena in Walpole. Half & Full Day check-in is Sunday at 3pm at Rodman Arena. Boarding pick-up is Friday at 12pm at Rodman Arena.


Week of July 9th
Location Ages Dates Half Full Board Code Registration
College Camp
Walpole, MA 16-20 yrs Mon July 10th - Wed July 12nd n/a $395 n/a CC709 View Details + Sign-Up
Featuring

Robert Emery
Camp Director
Plattsburgh State

with coaches from various collegiate programs including:

  • Plattsburgh State
  • UNH
  • Colby
  • Weslayan
  • Northeastern
  • Harvard
This training camp prepares players for the Chowder Cup showcases and offers exposure to high level college coaches prior to the start of the games. This three-day, pre-tournament camp includes 9 hours of intense on-ice instruction, off-ice conditioning, team building and chalk talk.  Each session will be coached by current collegiate head and assistant coaches.

Why?
Each year thousands of players look to obtain the ultimate goal of playing college hockey!  This camp will provide early exposure to college coaches.  Players will be able to learn about college recruitment, acadmic requirements and most importantly - What it takes to be a college hockey player.

Eligible Players
Any player who qualifies for the Senior Chowder Cup or Junior Chowder Cup will be eligible for this camp. This camp is for college prospects only. You do not have to participate in the Chowder Cup to be eligible for the camp, but it is highly recommended that you participate in the showcase.

Chowder Cup
The Chowder Cup Tournaments are the premier national tournaments for young men born between 1997-2002. Each year, hundreds of players from 116 worldwide teams aim to impress scouts and coaches from all over as they vie for the prestigious Chowder Cup Championship. Cost $200

CAMP OVERVIEW:

  • Daily: 3 hours on-ice / 1 hour off-ice / 1 hour chalk talk with college coach
  • Lunch included each day
  • Jersey Included
  • Current college head and assistant coaches run all practice
  • Certified Evolution Sports Performance Strength & Conditioning Coach
  • One group of 12 goalies (3:1 goalie to coach ratio)
  • Camp Cost $395
  • Optional Tournament Cost $200

TIMES:
CAMP
Monday - Wednesday 9am - 3pm

TOURNAMENT
Thursday - Sunday TBD

Click Here to Register

Notes: Check-in is Monday at 8am at Rodman Arena. Optional Tournament begins Thursday. Tournament schedule announced at a later date, with amount of games based on tournament results.
AAA Goaltending
Woodbridge, NJ 6-17 yrs Mon July 10th - Fri July 14th $295 $495 n/a A709 View Details + Sign-Up

Once a base is established, goalies will progress in their ability to identify more specific skills and habits essential to goaltending. The primary focus will be the accuracy and efficiency in movement and balance of hands, feet and stick, goalies will find that this focused goaltending requires a refining of save choice habits, save-recovery identification. During these on ice sessions, goalies will grow through an intense program, which pushes each goalie to continually grow his technical base and situational efficiency. As with the base stage mobility and balance with movement and save selection are crucial during this phase. The movement will address Lateral, Vertical and Slant movement. In addition, to mobility, balance and save selection, the instructors will focus on the save choice and then the recovery in specific situations. The goal is to help goaltenders become more athletic and less robotic in their selections. The more adaptable the goaltender to the change in situations the greater the chance of making saves.

Focus On: Lateral Adjustment, Vertical Recovery, Lateral Recovery, Stealing Depth, Lateral Saves, Vertical Saves, Controlled Rebounds, Purposed Movement

TIMES:
DAY CAMP
Monday - Thursday 9am - 3pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Monday - Friday 9am - 12pm

Click Here to Register

Notes: Check-in is Monday at 8am at The Arena's at Woodbridge. Pick-up is Friday at 12pm at The Arena's.

Elite Goaltending
Woodbridge, NJ 9-17 yrs Mon July 10th - Fri July 14th $295 $495 n/a E709 View Details + Sign-Up

Goaltenders at this level will receive on-ice training that will focus on the intangibles of goaltending. Including, advanced movement and balance training, situational awareness, and mental preparation. There are two focuses in this program, the first is developing advanced positioning, movement and fluid goaltending. This first focus is geared toward specific technical training where the little habits that goaltenders develop can be addressed and altered. The movement and fluid goaltending are repeated and then the shot component is added to reinforce good habits. Because goalies are not all the same each habit that isn’t efficiently helping their game will be mentored so that the proper habit is replaced. The second focus of this program is to effect change in the way goalies train. Too often goalies rely on shots in practice to get better. This habit is out dated and goalies will learn to train in a way that is highly repetitive and focused on each detail of the game. This is an advanced curriculum which is meant for elite goaltenders and these sessions are by approval only. This is the culmination of all the phase of this goaltending program and will prepare goalies to compete at the highest level.

Goalies will be evaluated on the first day of camp and placed into either an intermediate or advanced group, to guarantee that goalies will have the best fit for their development.

TIMES:
DAY CAMP
Monday - Thursday 9am - 3pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Monday - Friday 9am - 12pm

Click Here to Register

Notes: Check-in is Monday at 8am at The Arena's at Woodbridge. Pick-up is Friday at 12pm at The Arena's.

Premier Goaltending
Woodbridge, NJ 9-17 yrs Mon July 10th - Fri July 14th $295 $495 n/a E709 View Details + Sign-Up

Goaltenders at this level will receive on-ice training that will focus on the intangibles of goaltending. Including, advanced movement and balance training, situational awareness, and mental preparation. There are two focuses in this program, the first is developing advanced positioning, movement and fluid goaltending. This first focus is geared toward specific technical training where the little habits that goaltenders develop can be addressed and altered. The movement and fluid goaltending are repeated and then the shot component is added to reinforce good habits. Because goalies are not all the same each habit that isn’t efficiently helping their game will be mentored so that the proper habit is replaced. The second focus of this program is to effect change in the way goalies train. Too often goalies rely on shots in practice to get better. This habit is out dated and goalies will learn to train in a way that is highly repetitive and focused on each detail of the game. This is an advanced curriculum which is meant for elite goaltenders and these sessions are by approval only. This is the culmination of all the phase of this goaltending program and will prepare goalies to compete at the highest level.

Goalies will be evaluated on the first day of camp and placed into either an intermediate or advanced group, to guarantee that goalies will have the best fit for their development.

TIMES:
DAY CAMP
Monday - Thursday 9am - 3pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Monday - Friday 9am - 12pm

Click Here to Register

Notes: Check-in is Monday at 8am at The Arena's at Woodbridge. Pick-up is Friday at 12pm at The Arena's.


Week of July 16th
Location Ages Dates Half Full Board Code Registration
AAA Goaltending
Brick, NJ 6-17 yrs Mon July 17th - Fri July 21st $350 n/a n/a A716 View Details + Sign-Up

Once a base is established, goalies will progress in their ability to identify more specific skills and habits essential to goaltending. The primary focus will be the accuracy and efficiency in movement and balance of hands, feet and stick, goalies will find that this focused goaltending requires a refining of save choice habits, save-recovery identification. During these on ice sessions, goalies will grow through an intense program, which pushes each goalie to continually grow his technical base and situational efficiency. As with the base stage mobility and balance with movement and save selection are crucial during this phase. The movement will address Lateral, Vertical and Slant movement. In addition, to mobility, balance and save selection, the instructors will focus on the save choice and then the recovery in specific situations. The goal is to help goaltenders become more athletic and less robotic in their selections. The more adaptable the goaltender to the change in situations the greater the chance of making saves.

Focus On: Lateral Adjustment, Vertical Recovery, Lateral Recovery, Stealing Depth, Lateral Saves, Vertical Saves, Controlled Rebounds, Purposed Movement

TIMES:
HALF DAY CAMP
Monday - Friday 9am - 12pm

Click Here to Register

Notes: Check-in is Monday at 8am at Ocean Ice Palace.

Elite Goaltending
Brick, NJ 9-17 yrs Mon July 17th - Fri July 21st $350 n/a n/a E716 View Details + Sign-Up

Goaltenders at this level will receive on-ice training that will focus on the intangibles of goaltending. Including, advanced movement and balance training, situational awareness, and mental preparation. There are two focuses in this program, the first is developing advanced positioning, movement and fluid goaltending. This first focus is geared toward specific technical training where the little habits that goaltenders develop can be addressed and altered. The movement and fluid goaltending are repeated and then the shot component is added to reinforce good habits. Because goalies are not all the same each habit that isn’t efficiently helping their game will be mentored so that the proper habit is replaced. The second focus of this program is to effect change in the way goalies train. Too often goalies rely on shots in practice to get better. This habit is out dated and goalies will learn to train in a way that is highly repetitive and focused on each detail of the game. This is an advanced curriculum which is meant for elite goaltenders and these sessions are by approval only. This is the culmination of all the phase of this goaltending program and will prepare goalies to compete at the highest level.

Goalies will be evaluated on the first day of camp and placed into either an intermediate or advanced group, to guarantee that goalies will have the best fit for their development.

TIMES:
HALF DAY CAMP
Monday - Friday 9am - 12pm

Click Here to Register

Notes: Check-in is Monday at 8am at Ocean Ice Palace.

Premier Goaltending
Brick, NJ 9-17 yrs Mon July 17th - Fri July 21st $350 n/a n/a P716 View Details + Sign-Up

Goaltenders at this level will receive on-ice training that will focus on the intangibles of goaltending. Including, advanced movement and balance training, situational awareness, and mental preparation. There are two focuses in this program, the first is developing advanced positioning, movement and fluid goaltending. This first focus is geared toward specific technical training where the little habits that goaltenders develop can be addressed and altered. The movement and fluid goaltending are repeated and then the shot component is added to reinforce good habits. Because goalies are not all the same each habit that isn’t efficiently helping their game will be mentored so that the proper habit is replaced. The second focus of this program is to effect change in the way goalies train. Too often goalies rely on shots in practice to get better. This habit is out dated and goalies will learn to train in a way that is highly repetitive and focused on each detail of the game. This is an advanced curriculum which is meant for elite goaltenders and these sessions are by approval only. This is the culmination of all the phase of this goaltending program and will prepare goalies to compete at the highest level.

Goalies will be evaluated on the first day of camp and placed into either an intermediate or advanced group, to guarantee that goalies will have the best fit for their development.

TIMES:
HALF DAY CAMP
Monday - Friday 9am - 12pm

Click Here to Register

Notes: Check-in is Monday at 8am at Ocean Ice Palace.


Week of July 23rd
Location Ages Dates Half Full Board Code Registration
Base Goaltending
Walpole, MA 6-17 yrs Mon July 24th - Fri July 28th $395 $550 n/a B723 View Details + Sign-Up

The focus for the base goaltending is to build a strong technique that allows the goaltender to progress in his ability to make saves. The primary skills that are taught include accurate and efficient movement, balance on skates and basic save choice. Each on-ice session will include goalie specific movement training, focusing on balance and accuracy in movement. Balance is crucial when it comes to goaltending the position of the hands, feet and stick is a focus in base goaltending. If a goalie cannot move efficiently and accurately in balance and on angle around the crease, the chances of making saves is drastically reduced. Not only is the initial movement a focus, but also saves chosen will be an area that in addition to the movement will require specific attention. Balance again is needed when it comes to save choice habits. If young goaltenders are confident in their balance, movement and save choice habits, that confidence will solidify a base that will help progress a goalies functional foundation.

Focus On: C-Cuts, T-Push, Shuffle, Butterfly, Lateral Adjustment, Vertical Adjustment, Save Selection, Glove Saves, Blocker Saves, Pad Saves, Stick Saves

TIMES:
DAY CAMP
Monday - Thursday 9am - 3pm
Friday 8am - 11am

HALF DAY CAMP
Monday - Thursday 9am - 12pm
Friday 8am - 11am

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Notes: Check-in is Monday at 8am at the Rodman Arena.

AAA Goaltending
Walpole, MA 6-17 yrs Mon July 24th - Fri July 28th $395 $550 n/a A723 View Details + Sign-Up

Once a base is established, goalies will progress in their ability to identify more specific skills and habits essential to goaltending. The primary focus will be the accuracy and efficiency in movement and balance of hands, feet and stick, goalies will find that this focused goaltending requires a refining of save choice habits, save-recovery identification. During these on ice sessions, goalies will grow through an intense program, which pushes each goalie to continually grow his technical base and situational efficiency. As with the base stage mobility and balance with movement and save selection are crucial during this phase. The movement will address Lateral, Vertical and Slant movement. In addition, to mobility, balance and save selection, the instructors will focus on the save choice and then the recovery in specific situations. The goal is to help goaltenders become more athletic and less robotic in their selections. The more adaptable the goaltender to the change in situations the greater the chance of making saves.

Focus On: Lateral Adjustment, Vertical Recovery, Lateral Recovery, Stealing Depth, Lateral Saves, Vertical Saves, Controlled Rebounds, Purposed Movement

TIMES:
DAY CAMP
Monday - Thursday 9am - 3pm
Friday 8am - 11am

HALF DAY CAMP
Monday - Thursday 9am - 12pm
Friday 8am - 11am

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Notes: Check-in is Monday at 8am at the Rodman Arena.

Elite Goaltending
Walpole, MA 9-17 yrs Mon July 24th - Fri July 28th $395 $550 n/a E723 View Details + Sign-Up

Goaltenders at this level will receive on-ice training that will focus on the intangibles of goaltending. Including, advanced movement and balance training, situational awareness, and mental preparation. There are two focuses in this program, the first is developing advanced positioning, movement and fluid goaltending. This first focus is geared toward specific technical training where the little habits that goaltenders develop can be addressed and altered. The movement and fluid goaltending are repeated and then the shot component is added to reinforce good habits. Because goalies are not all the same each habit that isn’t efficiently helping their game will be mentored so that the proper habit is replaced. The second focus of this program is to effect change in the way goalies train. Too often goalies rely on shots in practice to get better. This habit is out dated and goalies will learn to train in a way that is highly repetitive and focused on each detail of the game. This is an advanced curriculum which is meant for elite goaltenders and these sessions are by approval only. This is the culmination of all the phase of this goaltending program and will prepare goalies to compete at the highest level.

Goalies will be evaluated on the first day of camp and placed into either an intermediate or advanced group, to guarantee that goalies will have the best fit for their development.

TIMES:
DAY CAMP
Monday - Thursday 9am - 3pm
Friday 8am - 11am

HALF DAY CAMP
Monday - Thursday 9am - 12pm
Friday 8am - 11am

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Notes: Check-in is Monday at 8am at the Rodman Arena.


Week of July 30th
Location Ages Dates Half Full Board Code Registration
AAA Goaltending
Walpole, MA 6-17 yrs Sun July 30th - Fri Aug 4th $395 $695 $1295 A730 View Details + Sign-Up

Once a base is established, goalies will progress in their ability to identify more specific skills and habits essential to goaltending. The primary focus will be the accuracy and efficiency in movement and balance of hands, feet and stick, goalies will find that this focused goaltending requires a refining of save choice habits, save-recovery identification. During these on ice sessions, goalies will grow through an intense program, which pushes each goalie to continually grow his technical base and situational efficiency. As with the base stage mobility and balance with movement and save selection are crucial during this phase. The movement will address Lateral, Vertical and Slant movement. In addition, to mobility, balance and save selection, the instructors will focus on the save choice and then the recovery in specific situations. The goal is to help goaltenders become more athletic and less robotic in their selections. The more adaptable the goaltender to the change in situations the greater the chance of making saves.

Focus On: Lateral Adjustment, Vertical Recovery, Lateral Recovery, Stealing Depth, Lateral Saves, Vertical Saves, Controlled Rebounds, Purposed Movement

TIMES:
BOARDING CAMP
Sunday 2pm (check-in)
Friday 11am (pick-up)

DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm (Six Flags)
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 11am

HALF DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 12pm
Thursday 9am - 12pm
Friday 8am - 11am
*Can add Wednesday Six Flags trip for $55

Click Here to Register

Notes: Boarding check-in is Sunday at 2pm at Rodman Arena in Walpole. Half & Full Day check-in is Sunday at 3pm at Rodman Arena. Boarding pick-up is Friday at 12pm at Rodman Arena.

Elite Goaltending
Walpole, MA 9-17 yrs Sun July 30th - Fri Aug 4th $395 $695 $1295 E730 View Details + Sign-Up

Goaltenders at this level will receive on-ice training that will focus on the intangibles of goaltending. Including, advanced movement and balance training, situational awareness, and mental preparation. There are two focuses in this program, the first is developing advanced positioning, movement and fluid goaltending. This first focus is geared toward specific technical training where the little habits that goaltenders develop can be addressed and altered. The movement and fluid goaltending are repeated and then the shot component is added to reinforce good habits. Because goalies are not all the same each habit that isn’t efficiently helping their game will be mentored so that the proper habit is replaced. The second focus of this program is to effect change in the way goalies train. Too often goalies rely on shots in practice to get better. This habit is out dated and goalies will learn to train in a way that is highly repetitive and focused on each detail of the game. This is an advanced curriculum which is meant for elite goaltenders and these sessions are by approval only. This is the culmination of all the phase of this goaltending program and will prepare goalies to compete at the highest level.

Goalies will be evaluated on the first day of camp and placed into either an intermediate or advanced group, to guarantee that goalies will have the best fit for their development.

TIMES:
BOARDING CAMP
Sunday 2pm (check-in)
Friday 11am (pick-up)

DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm (Six Flags)
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 11am

HALF DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 12pm
Thursday 9am - 12pm
Friday 8am - 11am
*Can add Wednesday Six Flags trip for $55

Click Here to Register

Notes: Boarding check-in is Sunday at 2pm at Rodman Arena in Walpole. Half & Full Day check-in is Sunday at 3pm at Rodman Arena. Boarding pick-up is Friday at 12pm at Rodman Arena.

Premier Goaltending
Walpole, MA 9-17 yrs Sun July 30th - Fri Aug 4th $395 $695 $1295 P730 View Details + Sign-Up

Goaltenders at this level will receive on-ice training that will focus on the intangibles of goaltending. Including, advanced movement and balance training, situational awareness, and mental preparation. There are two focuses in this program, the first is developing advanced positioning, movement and fluid goaltending. This first focus is geared toward specific technical training where the little habits that goaltenders develop can be addressed and altered. The movement and fluid goaltending are repeated and then the shot component is added to reinforce good habits. Because goalies are not all the same each habit that isn’t efficiently helping their game will be mentored so that the proper habit is replaced. The second focus of this program is to effect change in the way goalies train. Too often goalies rely on shots in practice to get better. This habit is out dated and goalies will learn to train in a way that is highly repetitive and focused on each detail of the game. This is an advanced curriculum which is meant for elite goaltenders and these sessions are by approval only. This is the culmination of all the phase of this goaltending program and will prepare goalies to compete at the highest level.

Goalies will be evaluated on the first day of camp and placed into either an intermediate or advanced group, to guarantee that goalies will have the best fit for their development.

TIMES:
BOARDING CAMP
Sunday 2pm (check-in)
Friday 11am (pick-up)

DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm (Six Flags)
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 11am

HALF DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 12pm
Thursday 9am - 12pm
Friday 8am - 11am
*Can add Wednesday Six Flags trip for $55

Click Here to Register

Notes: Boarding check-in is Sunday at 2pm at Rodman Arena in Walpole. Half & Full Day check-in is Sunday at 3pm at Rodman Arena. Boarding pick-up is Friday at 12pm at Rodman Arena.


Week of August 6th
Location Ages Dates Half Full Board Code Registration
GIRLS ONLY Base Goaltending
Walpole, MA 6-17 yrs Sun Aug 6th - Fri Aug 11th $395 $695 $1295 B806G View Details + Sign-Up

GIRLS ONLY BASE Goaltending

The focus for the base goaltending is to build a strong technique that allows the goaltender to progress in his ability to make saves. The primary skills that are taught include accurate and efficient movement, balance on skates and basic save choice. Each on-ice session will include goalie specific movement training, focusing on balance and accuracy in movement. Balance is crucial when it comes to goaltending the position of the hands, feet and stick is a focus in base goaltending. If a goalie cannot move efficiently and accurately in balance and on angle around the crease, the chances of making saves is drastically reduced. Not only is the initial movement a focus, but also saves chosen will be an area that in addition to the movement will require specific attention. Balance again is needed when it comes to save choice habits. If young goaltenders are confident in their balance, movement and save choice habits, that confidence will solidify a base that will help progress a goalies functional foundation.

Focus On: C-Cuts, T-Push, Shuffle, Butterfly, Lateral Adjustment, Vertical Adjustment, Save Selection, Glove Saves, Blocker Saves, Pad Saves, Stick Saves

TIMES:
BOARDING CAMP
Sunday 2pm (check-in)
Friday 12pm (pick-up)

DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm (Six Flags)
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 12pm
Thursday - Friday 9am - 12pm
*Can add Wednesday Six Flags trip for $55

Click Here to Register

Notes: Boarding check-in is Sunday at 2pm at Rodman Arena in Walpole. Half & Full Day check-in is Sunday at 3pm at Rodman Arena. Boarding pick-up is Friday at 12pm at Rodman Arena.

Base Goaltending
Walpole, MA 6-17 yrs Sun Aug 6th - Fri Aug 11th $395 $695 $1295 B806 View Details + Sign-Up

The focus for the base goaltending is to build a strong technique that allows the goaltender to progress in his ability to make saves. The primary skills that are taught include accurate and efficient movement, balance on skates and basic save choice. Each on-ice session will include goalie specific movement training, focusing on balance and accuracy in movement. Balance is crucial when it comes to goaltending the position of the hands, feet and stick is a focus in base goaltending. If a goalie cannot move efficiently and accurately in balance and on angle around the crease, the chances of making saves is drastically reduced. Not only is the initial movement a focus, but also saves chosen will be an area that in addition to the movement will require specific attention. Balance again is needed when it comes to save choice habits. If young goaltenders are confident in their balance, movement and save choice habits, that confidence will solidify a base that will help progress a goalies functional foundation.

Focus On: C-Cuts, T-Push, Shuffle, Butterfly, Lateral Adjustment, Vertical Adjustment, Save Selection, Glove Saves, Blocker Saves, Pad Saves, Stick Saves

TIMES:
BOARDING CAMP
Sunday 2pm (check-in)
Friday 12pm (pick-up)

DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm (Six Flags)
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 12pm
Thursday - Friday 9am - 12pm
*Can add Wednesday Six Flags trip for $55

Click Here to Register

Notes: Boarding check-in is Sunday at 2pm at Rodman Arena in Walpole. Half & Full Day check-in is Sunday at 3pm at Rodman Arena. Boarding pick-up is Friday at 12pm at Rodman Arena.

GIRLS ONLY AAA Goaltending
Walpole, MA 6-17 yrs Sun Aug 6th - Fri Aug 11th $395 $695 $1295 A806G View Details + Sign-Up

GIRLS ONLY ADVANCED GOALTENDING

Once a base is established, goalies will progress in their ability to identify more specific skills and habits essential to goaltending. The primary focus will be the accuracy and efficiency in movement and balance of hands, feet and stick, goalies will find that this focused goaltending requires a refining of save choice habits, save-recovery identification. During these on ice sessions, goalies will grow through an intense program, which pushes each goalie to continually grow his technical base and situational efficiency. As with the base stage mobility and balance with movement and save selection are crucial during this phase. The movement will address Lateral, Vertical and Slant movement. In addition, to mobility, balance and save selection, the instructors will focus on the save choice and then the recovery in specific situations. The goal is to help goaltenders become more athletic and less robotic in their selections. The more adaptable the goaltender to the change in situations the greater the chance of making saves.

Focus On: Lateral Adjustment, Vertical Recovery, Lateral Recovery, Stealing Depth, Lateral Saves, Vertical Saves, Controlled Rebounds, Purposed Movement

TIMES:
BOARDING CAMP
Sunday 2pm (check-in)
Friday 12pm (pick-up)

DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm (Six Flags)
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 12pm
Thursday - Friday 9am - 12pm
*Can add Wednesday Six Flags trip for $55

Click Here to Register

Notes: Boarding check-in is Sunday at 2pm at Rodman Arena in Walpole. Half & Full Day check-in is Sunday at 3pm at Rodman Arena. Boarding pick-up is Friday at 12pm at Rodman Arena.

AAA Goaltending
Walpole, MA 6-17 yrs Sun Aug 6th - Fri Aug 11th $395 $695 $1295 A806 View Details + Sign-Up

Once a base is established, goalies will progress in their ability to identify more specific skills and habits essential to goaltending. The primary focus will be the accuracy and efficiency in movement and balance of hands, feet and stick, goalies will find that this focused goaltending requires a refining of save choice habits, save-recovery identification. During these on ice sessions, goalies will grow through an intense program, which pushes each goalie to continually grow his technical base and situational efficiency. As with the base stage mobility and balance with movement and save selection are crucial during this phase. The movement will address Lateral, Vertical and Slant movement. In addition, to mobility, balance and save selection, the instructors will focus on the save choice and then the recovery in specific situations. The goal is to help goaltenders become more athletic and less robotic in their selections. The more adaptable the goaltender to the change in situations the greater the chance of making saves.

Focus On: Lateral Adjustment, Vertical Recovery, Lateral Recovery, Stealing Depth, Lateral Saves, Vertical Saves, Controlled Rebounds, Purposed Movement

TIMES:
BOARDING CAMP
Sunday 2pm (check-in)
Friday 12pm (pick-up)

DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm (Six Flags)
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 12pm
Thursday - Friday 9am - 12pm
*Can add Wednesday Six Flags trip for $55

Click Here to Register

Notes: Boarding check-in is Sunday at 2pm at Rodman Arena in Walpole. Half & Full Day check-in is Sunday at 3pm at Rodman Arena. Boarding pick-up is Friday at 12pm at Rodman Arena.

GIRLS ONLY Elite Goaltending
Walpole, MA 9-17 yrs Sun Aug 6th - Fri Aug 11th $395 $695 $1295 E806G View Details + Sign-Up

GIRLS ONLY Elite GOALTENDING

Goaltenders at this level will receive on-ice training that will focus on the intangibles of goaltending. Including, advanced movement and balance training, situational awareness, and mental preparation. There are two focuses in this program, the first is developing advanced positioning, movement and fluid goaltending. This first focus is geared toward specific technical training where the little habits that goaltenders develop can be addressed and altered. The movement and fluid goaltending are repeated and then the shot component is added to reinforce good habits. Because goalies are not all the same each habit that isn’t efficiently helping their game will be mentored so that the proper habit is replaced. The second focus of this program is to effect change in the way goalies train. Too often goalies rely on shots in practice to get better. This habit is out dated and goalies will learn to train in a way that is highly repetitive and focused on each detail of the game. This is an advanced curriculum which is meant for elite goaltenders and these sessions are by approval only. This is the culmination of all the phase of this goaltending program and will prepare goalies to compete at the highest level.

Goalies will be evaluated on the first day of camp and placed into either an intermediate or advanced group, to guarantee that goalies will have the best fit for their development.

TIMES:
BOARDING CAMP
Sunday 2pm (check-in)
Friday 12pm (pick-up)

DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm (Six Flags)
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 12pm
Thursday - Friday 9am - 12pm
*Can add Wednesday Six Flags trip for $55

Click Here to Register

Notes: Boarding check-in is Sunday at 2pm at Rodman Arena in Walpole. Half & Full Day check-in is Sunday at 3pm at Rodman Arena. Boarding pick-up is Friday at 12pm at Rodman Arena.

Elite Goaltending
Walpole, MA 9-17 yrs Sun Aug 6th - Fri Aug 11th $395 $695 $1295 E806 View Details + Sign-Up

Goaltenders at this level will receive on-ice training that will focus on the intangibles of goaltending. Including, advanced movement and balance training, situational awareness, and mental preparation. There are two focuses in this program, the first is developing advanced positioning, movement and fluid goaltending. This first focus is geared toward specific technical training where the little habits that goaltenders develop can be addressed and altered. The movement and fluid goaltending are repeated and then the shot component is added to reinforce good habits. Because goalies are not all the same each habit that isn’t efficiently helping their game will be mentored so that the proper habit is replaced. The second focus of this program is to effect change in the way goalies train. Too often goalies rely on shots in practice to get better. This habit is out dated and goalies will learn to train in a way that is highly repetitive and focused on each detail of the game. This is an advanced curriculum which is meant for elite goaltenders and these sessions are by approval only. This is the culmination of all the phase of this goaltending program and will prepare goalies to compete at the highest level.

Goalies will be evaluated on the first day of camp and placed into either an intermediate or advanced group, to guarantee that goalies will have the best fit for their development.

TIMES:
BOARDING CAMP
Sunday 2pm (check-in)
Friday 12pm (pick-up)

DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm (Six Flags)
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 12pm
Thursday - Friday 9am - 12pm
*Can add Wednesday Six Flags trip for $55

Click Here to Register

Notes: Boarding check-in is Sunday at 2pm at Rodman Arena in Walpole. Half & Full Day check-in is Sunday at 3pm at Rodman Arena. Boarding pick-up is Friday at 12pm at Rodman Arena.

GIRLS ONLY Premier Goaltending
Walpole, MA 9-17 yrs Sun Aug 6th - Fri Aug 11th $395 $695 $1295 P806G View Details + Sign-Up

GIRLS ONLY Premier GOALTENDING

Goaltenders at this level will receive on-ice training that will focus on the intangibles of goaltending. Including, advanced movement and balance training, situational awareness, and mental preparation. There are two focuses in this program, the first is developing advanced positioning, movement and fluid goaltending. This first focus is geared toward specific technical training where the little habits that goaltenders develop can be addressed and altered. The movement and fluid goaltending are repeated and then the shot component is added to reinforce good habits. Because goalies are not all the same each habit that isn’t efficiently helping their game will be mentored so that the proper habit is replaced. The second focus of this program is to effect change in the way goalies train. Too often goalies rely on shots in practice to get better. This habit is out dated and goalies will learn to train in a way that is highly repetitive and focused on each detail of the game. This is an advanced curriculum which is meant for elite goaltenders and these sessions are by approval only. This is the culmination of all the phase of this goaltending program and will prepare goalies to compete at the highest level.

Goalies will be evaluated on the first day of camp and placed into either an intermediate or advanced group, to guarantee that goalies will have the best fit for their development.

TIMES:
BOARDING CAMP
Sunday 2pm (check-in)
Friday 12pm (pick-up)

DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm (Six Flags)
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 12pm
Thursday - Friday 9am - 12pm
*Can add Wednesday Six Flags trip for $55

Click Here to Register

Notes: Boarding check-in is Sunday at 2pm at Rodman Arena in Walpole. Half & Full Day check-in is Sunday at 3pm at Rodman Arena. Boarding pick-up is Friday at 12pm at Rodman Arena.


Week of August 13th
Location Ages Dates Half Full Board Code Registration
AAA Goaltending
Walpole, MA 6-17 yrs Sun Aug 13th - Fri Aug 18th $395 $695 $1295 A813 View Details + Sign-Up

Once a base is established, goalies will progress in their ability to identify more specific skills and habits essential to goaltending. The primary focus will be the accuracy and efficiency in movement and balance of hands, feet and stick, goalies will find that this focused goaltending requires a refining of save choice habits, save-recovery identification. During these on ice sessions, goalies will grow through an intense program, which pushes each goalie to continually grow his technical base and situational efficiency. As with the base stage mobility and balance with movement and save selection are crucial during this phase. The movement will address Lateral, Vertical and Slant movement. In addition, to mobility, balance and save selection, the instructors will focus on the save choice and then the recovery in specific situations. The goal is to help goaltenders become more athletic and less robotic in their selections. The more adaptable the goaltender to the change in situations the greater the chance of making saves.

Focus On: Lateral Adjustment, Vertical Recovery, Lateral Recovery, Stealing Depth, Lateral Saves, Vertical Saves, Controlled Rebounds, Purposed Movement

TIMES:
BOARDING CAMP
Sunday 3pm (check-in)
Friday 12pm (pick-up)

DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm (Six Flags)
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 12pm
Thursday 9am - 12pm
Friday 9am - 12pm
*Can add Wednesday Six Flags trip for $55

Click Here to Register

Notes: Boarding check-in is Sunday at 2pm at Rodman Arena in Walpole. Half & Full Day check-in is Sunday at 3pm at Rodman Arena. Boarding pick-up is Friday at 12pm at Rodman Arena.

Elite Goaltending
Walpole, MA 9-17 yrs Sun Aug 13th - Fri Aug 18th $395 $695 $1295 E813 View Details + Sign-Up

Goaltenders at this level will receive on-ice training that will focus on the intangibles of goaltending. Including, advanced movement and balance training, situational awareness, and mental preparation. There are two focuses in this program, the first is developing advanced positioning, movement and fluid goaltending. This first focus is geared toward specific technical training where the little habits that goaltenders develop can be addressed and altered. The movement and fluid goaltending are repeated and then the shot component is added to reinforce good habits. Because goalies are not all the same each habit that isn’t efficiently helping their game will be mentored so that the proper habit is replaced. The second focus of this program is to effect change in the way goalies train. Too often goalies rely on shots in practice to get better. This habit is out dated and goalies will learn to train in a way that is highly repetitive and focused on each detail of the game. This is an advanced curriculum which is meant for elite goaltenders and these sessions are by approval only. This is the culmination of all the phase of this goaltending program and will prepare goalies to compete at the highest level.

Goalies will be evaluated on the first day of camp and placed into either an intermediate or advanced group, to guarantee that goalies will have the best fit for their development.

TIMES:
BOARDING CAMP
Sunday 3pm (check-in)
Friday 12pm (pick-up)

DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm (Six Flags)
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 12pm
Thursday 9am - 12pm
Friday 9am - 12pm
*Can add Wednesday Six Flags trip for $55

Click Here to Register

Notes: Boarding check-in is Sunday at 2pm at Rodman Arena in Walpole. Half & Full Day check-in is Sunday at 3pm at Rodman Arena. Boarding pick-up is Friday at 12pm at Rodman Arena.

Premier Goaltending
Walpole, MA 9-17 yrs Sun Aug 13th - Fri Aug 18th $395 $695 $1295 P813 View Details + Sign-Up

Goaltenders at this level will receive on-ice training that will focus on the intangibles of goaltending. Including, advanced movement and balance training, situational awareness, and mental preparation. There are two focuses in this program, the first is developing advanced positioning, movement and fluid goaltending. This first focus is geared toward specific technical training where the little habits that goaltenders develop can be addressed and altered. The movement and fluid goaltending are repeated and then the shot component is added to reinforce good habits. Because goalies are not all the same each habit that isn’t efficiently helping their game will be mentored so that the proper habit is replaced. The second focus of this program is to effect change in the way goalies train. Too often goalies rely on shots in practice to get better. This habit is out dated and goalies will learn to train in a way that is highly repetitive and focused on each detail of the game. This is an advanced curriculum which is meant for elite goaltenders and these sessions are by approval only. This is the culmination of all the phase of this goaltending program and will prepare goalies to compete at the highest level.

Goalies will be evaluated on the first day of camp and placed into either an intermediate or advanced group, to guarantee that goalies will have the best fit for their development.

TIMES:
BOARDING CAMP
Sunday 3pm (check-in)
Friday 12pm (pick-up)

DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm (Six Flags)
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 12pm
Thursday 9am - 12pm
Friday 9am - 12pm
*Can add Wednesday Six Flags trip for $55

Click Here to Register

Notes: Boarding check-in is Sunday at 2pm at Rodman Arena in Walpole. Half & Full Day check-in is Sunday at 3pm at Rodman Arena. Boarding pick-up is Friday at 12pm at Rodman Arena.


Week of August 20th
Location Ages Dates Half Full Board Code Registration
AAA Goaltending
Walpole, MA 6-17 yrs Sun Aug 20th - Fri Aug 25th $395 $695 n/a A820 View Details + Sign-Up

Once a base is established, goalies will progress in their ability to identify more specific skills and habits essential to goaltending. The primary focus will be the accuracy and efficiency in movement and balance of hands, feet and stick, goalies will find that this focused goaltending requires a refining of save choice habits, save-recovery identification. During these on ice sessions, goalies will grow through an intense program, which pushes each goalie to continually grow his technical base and situational efficiency. As with the base stage mobility and balance with movement and save selection are crucial during this phase. The movement will address Lateral, Vertical and Slant movement. In addition, to mobility, balance and save selection, the instructors will focus on the save choice and then the recovery in specific situations. The goal is to help goaltenders become more athletic and less robotic in their selections. The more adaptable the goaltender to the change in situations the greater the chance of making saves.

Focus On: Lateral Adjustment, Vertical Recovery, Lateral Recovery, Stealing Depth, Lateral Saves, Vertical Saves, Controlled Rebounds, Purposed Movement

TIMES:
BOARDING CAMP
Sunday 2pm (check-in)
Friday 12pm (pick-up)

DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm (Six Flags)
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 12pm
Thursday - Friday 9am - 12pm
*Can add Wednesday Six Flags trip for $55

Click Here to Register

Notes: Boarding check-in is Sunday at 2pm at the Rodman Arena. Half & Full Day check-in is Sunday at 3pm at Rodman Arena. Boarding pick-up is Friday at 12pm at Rodman Arena.
Elite Goaltending
Walpole, MA 9-17 yrs Sun Aug 20th - Fri Aug 25th $395 $695 n/a E820 View Details + Sign-Up

Goaltenders at this level will receive on-ice training that will focus on the intangibles of goaltending. Including, advanced movement and balance training, situational awareness, and mental preparation. There are two focuses in this program, the first is developing advanced positioning, movement and fluid goaltending. This first focus is geared toward specific technical training where the little habits that goaltenders develop can be addressed and altered. The movement and fluid goaltending are repeated and then the shot component is added to reinforce good habits. Because goalies are not all the same each habit that isn’t efficiently helping their game will be mentored so that the proper habit is replaced. The second focus of this program is to effect change in the way goalies train. Too often goalies rely on shots in practice to get better. This habit is out dated and goalies will learn to train in a way that is highly repetitive and focused on each detail of the game. This is an advanced curriculum which is meant for elite goaltenders and these sessions are by approval only. This is the culmination of all the phase of this goaltending program and will prepare goalies to compete at the highest level.

Goalies will be evaluated on the first day of camp and placed into either an intermediate or advanced group, to guarantee that goalies will have the best fit for their development.

TIMES:
BOARDING CAMP
Sunday 2pm (check-in)
Friday 12pm (pick-up)

DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm (Six Flags)
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 12pm

HALF DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 12pm
Thursday - Friday 9am - 12pm
*Can add Wednesday Six Flags trip for $55

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Notes: Boarding check-in is Sunday at 2pm at the Rodman Arena. Half & Full Day check-in is Sunday at 3pm at Rodman Arena. Boarding pick-up is Friday at 12pm at Rodman Arena.
Total Skills
Walpole, MA 9-17 yrs Sun Aug 20th - Fri Aug 25th $395 $695 n/a P820 View Details + Sign-Up

Goaltenders at this level will receive on-ice training that will focus on the intangibles of goaltending. Including, advanced movement and balance training, situational awareness, and mental preparation. There are two focuses in this program, the first is developing advanced positioning, movement and fluid goaltending. This first focus is geared toward specific technical training where the little habits that goaltenders develop can be addressed and altered. The movement and fluid goaltending are repeated and then the shot component is added to reinforce good habits. Because goalies are not all the same each habit that isn’t efficiently helping their game will be mentored so that the proper habit is replaced. The second focus of this program is to effect change in the way goalies train. Too often goalies rely on shots in practice to get better. This habit is out dated and goalies will learn to train in a way that is highly repetitive and focused on each detail of the game. This is an advanced curriculum which is meant for elite goaltenders and these sessions are by approval only. This is the culmination of all the phase of this goaltending program and will prepare goalies to compete at the highest level.

Goalies will be evaluated on the first day of camp and placed into either an intermediate or advanced group, to guarantee that goalies will have the best fit for their development.

TIMES:
BOARDING CAMP
Sunday 2pm (check-in)
Friday 11am (pick-up)

DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 6pm (Six Flags)
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 11am

HALF DAY CAMP
Sunday 4pm - 6pm
Monday - Tuesday 9am - 12pm
Thursday 9am - 12pm
Friday 8am - 11am
*Can add Wednesday Six Flags trip for $55

Click Here to Register

Notes: Boarding check-in is Sunday at 2pm at the Rodman Arena. Half & Full Day check-in is Sunday at 3pm at Rodman Arena. Pick-up is Friday at 11am at Rodman Arena.