HEY EVERYONE! It's time to "SHARPEN YOUR EDGE" and get the rust off your skates. St. Francis and North Branch youth hockey programs are excited to offer ALL St. Francis and North Branch hockey players an opportunity for a fall clinic. Any one from mites/U8s through bantams/U15s are invited.
The clinic will be held at East Bethel Ice Arena during the month of September. The camp is designed for hockey players who have other fall sports and/or commitments to be able to attend when you are able to.
Dates & Times (Update August 22nd) :
WE hope the schedule change allows for more flexibility for your player to participate in fall sports/activities - AND - The Sharpen you Edge Clinic.
We look forward to seeing you at the rink... real soon!
This is a great opportunity for our Bantam eligible players! Coach Schaff's Summer Camp for HS and Bantam eligible players is now open for registration. If you have any questions, please contact Coach Schaff at firstname.lastname@example.org or during school hours at 763-213-1676
INFORMATION COMING SOON!
The Mallards Junior Hockey program is putting on a summer hockey camp for traveling level skaters.
If you are interested, please navigate to their website or email them with questions.
MEGA Goalie Training is offering weekly summer training sessions at Elk River or Rogers ice arena. This is a great introduction for mite/U8 and squirt/U10 goalies who are interested in advancing in this position. It's also a great training for upper level goalies who want to enhance their goalie training over the summer.
Click below for additional information:
Lead Goalie Instructor
MITE/U8 and FIRST YEAR SQUIRT/U10 Summer Training Program
Focus of the on ice sessions will be developing all aspects of a players game including skating, stick handling, passing and shooting. Players will be challenged and pushed outside their comfort zones in a fun and energetic environment. A typical on-ice session would start with drills/exercises as a large group followed by smaller groups/stations and finish with a game. Dry land training will consist of both hockey specific exercises and fun games designed to keep kids engaged while building good athletic habits.