NCYH hosts various offseason programs during the months of April through August. These may include:
Click on the pages at left or above to learn more once the links went live on Fri, January 12, 2018. An email was also sent to current NCYH players on Jan 12 with registration links for both spring and summer offerings.
Scroll down to see other groups hosting camps at NoCo during Summer 2018.
The Laura Stamm International Power Skating System is designed for hockey players of all age and ability levels. Programs include 1-5 day clinics, super clinics, and workshops for elite players. Laura Stamm and her team of Certified Instructors have improved the skating techniques of thousands of hockey players around the world since 1971.
Click here to visit their website and learn more
Fort Collins NoCo Ice Center | June 18-22, 2018 (M-F)
Final Tuition: only $499
Discount Code: PHSAVE30
Planet Hockey Summer Super Camps are ELITE workshops specifically designed for enthusiastic players who are serious about improving their hockey skills and growing their love of the game. Our camps follow the same competitive format and innovative methods we use when training NHL and professional players.
We expect each student to arrive each day excited about the opportunity to mesh their dreams and hard work with Planet Hockey’s globally acclaimed hockey skills training program.
Who should attend? Players of ALL skill levels who want the opportunity to train like the pros. Our Elite Super Camps assume you are ready to work. To maximize your skills development, you will be assigned to train within small groups through our progressive phase training circuit. Are you ready to take the Planet Hockey challenge this summer?
This is what we are known for. Founder of Pro Ambitions Hockey, Inc., Jeff Serowik, created and trademarked this system of training where skill development takes place in a game situational battle in small area drills. Our goal is to develop a player’s skill and hockey IQ through game situational battles . Every drill incorporates a skill, skating and game theory element while engaging in a game situational battle. At the Battle Camp players will go through a battery of drills that all introduce a second puck. After the initial battle is won or lost, the players focus on gap control and go back in for a second battle. This curriculum has created its own niche in the industry. Is now imitated by many.
The MHH Goalie Club is bringing their goalie skill development camp to Fort Collins, Colorado June 15-18 at the NOCO Ice Center. Led by Matt Zaba, Richard Bachman, Joe Howe, Tate Maris and the MHH Goalie Club coaches, each goalie will receive 6 hours of on ice instruction and 3 hours of off ice skill development. Each group will be limited to 18 goalies to ensure a 2:1 ratio of goalies to coaches.