For the past 41 summers USA Hockey has conducted various Player Development Camps for young athletes from throughout the country. The goal is to attract the best players in their specific age group to our national development program. One of the primary purposes of the Camps is to identify, train and educate our best athletes. The competition gives each player the opportunity to measure themselves against others their age, gain knowledge about their development and to be exposed to outstanding coaches.
The format of each program creates a very competitive atmosphere. This is to provide a setting with which athletes will compete at their highest level. It is not a tournament but rather a grueling week of training meant to showcase and develop our players as well.
The fourteenth annual Sled Hockey Select Camp scheduled for July 7-12, 2019 at the Northtown Center in Amherst, New York.
This years’ Camp eligibility will be targeted to:
Attendance at the Camp is by invitation only. Nominations will be accepted by the Player Development Committee from sled hockey coaches across the United States. The Player Development Committee will make the final selections for this USA Sled Hockey Camp and will be inviting these players directly once they have been selected.
Through participation in this camp process, players will be exposed to some of the best hockey coaches in the country. Several past USA Sled Hockey Paralympians who won the Gold Medal in Salt Lake City in 2002, the Bronze Medal in Turin, Italy in 2006 the Gold Medal in Vancouver in 2010, the Gold Medal in Sochi in 2014 and most recently the Gold Medal in PyeongChang, South Korea in 2018 will serve as assistant coaches and speakers. Daily curriculum will include intense on-ice and off-ice instruction as well as game competitions.
USA Hockey is proud to conduct this 14th Sled Hockey Select Camp. These Select Camps are very important to the players who wish to not only improve their individual skills but also further their sled hockey careers.
The Tampa Bay Lightning will be hosting their 3rd Annual Tampa Bay Lightning Made Sled Hockey Summer Training Camp at the Clearwater Ice Arena from August 2-4, 2019. The camp will be coached by USA Hockey Paralympians and Lightning Made coaches.
Included in the camp:
The MidAm District is proud to host the 7th Annual Sled Hockey Development camp on July 26-28, 2019 at Kent State University in Kent, OH. The MidAm Sled Hockey Development Camp is designed to improve each participant’s individual skill level through the leadership of an experienced sled hockey coaching staff. Please see the flyer below for pricing, lodging details, tentative schedule, and how to register.
On August 12-16, 2018, the MN Sled Hockey Association is inviting both youth and adult sled hockey players that want to improve all facets of their game while having a uniquely "Boundary Waters" experience with teammates and fellow sled hockey players.
They are also inviting sled hockey coaches, volunteers, and administrators as they will be offering an official USA Hockey sled hockey coaching clinics and facilitating MN Sled Hockey planning meetings as well as providing opportunities for sled hockey clubs to plan their upcoming season and share ideas and best practices with other club administrators.
The goal of our 5 day camp is to:
The Flyer's Skate Zone in Voorhees, NJ will once again play host to the Women's Sled Hockey Training Camp on August 23-26, 2018. This camp will also serve as the try-outs for the 2018-19 U.S. Women's Development Sled Hockey Team. The cost to attend the camp is $175 and will include lodging at the Springhill Suites in Voorhees. The hotel offers free breakfast and some additional meals will be covered by the camp.
Ground transportation will be provided to/from Philadelphia International Airport. There will be one airport pick-up on Thursday, August 23rd at 3:30 p.m. There will be one return trip to the airport on Sunday, August 26th. Please book your flight 10:00 a.m. or later on Sunday.
Ice time for the camp will be:
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