JUNIOR MARAUDERS - TOM FORD
This spring and summer, Junior Marauder Hockey is sponsoring a Sunday night hockey skills clinics. The clinic will involve both on-ice and off-ice training. For the on-ice hour, Dynamic Skating’s Tom Ford will be leading the players through drills designed to work on various skills of the game. Emphasis will be placed on edge control, lengthening the stride, proper skating mechanics, puck control, stickhandling, puck protection, and explosive movements with the puck. The off-ice workout, also designed by Tom Ford and supervised by another Dynamic Skating instructor, will complement the on-ice workout each week and will work on improving strength, speed, shooting, stickhandling and explosiveness. All sessions will be held at the Burlington Ice Palace, 36 Ray Ave., Burlington, MA.
SPRING SESSION: Eight Sundays beginning April 29th - June 24th (no session 5/24)
SUMMER SESSION: Eight Sundays beginning July 1st through August 19th.
Interested players can sign up for one or both sessions.
GROUP 1: Boys and girls entering grades Kindergarten – 3rd grade in the fall:
TIME: 6:00pm On ice; 7:00pm off-ice session
GROUP 2: Boys and girls entering grades 4th-7th
TIME: 7:00pm On-ice; 6pm off ice session
GROUP 3: Boys and girls entering Grades 8th -12th
TIME: 8:00pm On-ice; 7:00pm off-ice session
COST: $300 per session or $500 for both spring and summer
REGISTRATION: Please complete the attached registration form and return it along with a check made out to “Junior Marauder Hockey” before April 15th, 2018 and mail to:
JUNIOR MARAUDER HOCKEY
c/o Shannon Noone
3 Brighton Street
Belmont, MA 02478
https://s3.amazonaws.com/files.leagueathletics.com/Images/Club/1716/Release form Tom Ford Spring Summer Clinic 2018.docx
POWER PLAY HOCKEY
Long Time BYHA coach Rick Chrusciel will be hosting his summer hockey program along with Maggie Chrusciel, Jim Reynolds and Bill Yee in Somerville this summer.
- 6 Saturdays starting on July 14th.
- Two groups - youth group (age 6-12) and a senior group (13 to 60+ -- yes we have a few in that range!)
- 1.5 hours on ice each week, 50% basic skills and team play, and 50% just scrimmage.
- It is low impact,and the kids have a great time. We average nearly 50 Belmont players each summer.
https://s3.amazonaws.com/files.leagueathletics.com/Images/Club/1716/2018 Summer Hockey Program at VMR-Somerville.pdf
DYNAMIC SKATING (updated 2/2019)
For those who are interested in a serious, 100% hockey focused program, Dynamic Skating is an excellent choice.
With nearly three decades of all-pro experience under our belt, we stand proud as the recognized and respected industry leader for the finest skating skills hockey clinics and hockey camps on the planet.
We have developed thousands of players over our 34 years. Names might impress you - but we simply let our quality and longevity speak for themselves. WE USE ONLY OUR FULL TIME STAFF, WE DON'T HAVE SATELITE CAMPS WITH HIRED HELP.
Our coaches UNDERSTAND the value of working to develop strengths and to improve weaknesses. Since each skater is always supervised, Dynamic Skating coaches are able to provide immediate feedback. Skills needing improvement are drilled until successful. Ongoing instruction is why Dynamic Skating is first and foremost a HOCKEY CAMP!
Dynamic Skating is a total immersion hockey program specifically designed for the HIGHLY MOTIVATED, SERIOUS SKATER. Dynamic Skating's hockey program teaches, refines, corrects and enhances skating and skills technique... suffice to say, we wrote the BOOK on it.
We DO NOT offer a recreational camp by means of pleasantly passing the summer weeks with tennis, horseback riding, swimming or flag football. DYNAMIC SKATING is 100% HOCKEY!
Success at Dynamic Skating is the result of HARD WORK required over long hours with an emphasis on repetition of drills. To come away a better skater, each player must make a commitment to our hockey camp and to himself or herself. If you work hard to attain your goals, this is exactly the program you have been hoping to find.
Dynamic Skating takes great PRIDE in YOUR child's hockey development!
TO REGISTER GO TO: www.dynamicskating.com.
FOR QUESTIONS PLEASE EMAIL KIM BRANDVOLD. His email address is
ROUTE 2 ATHLETICS ALL SPORTS CLINICS
For those players who want some hockey but not a full week/summer of hockey, Route 2 Athletics All-Sports Clinic may be the right choice. This clinic will be held Monday through Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays are held at the Route 2 facility located at 30 Park Ave, Arlington. Tuesdays and Thursdays are held at Veterans Memorial Rink, 570 Somerville Ave, Somerville. The clinic is for boys and girls age 9-15. Each week coaches will focus on strength and conditioning, on-ice and off-ice hockey skills, and baseball fundamentals. Participants will also play fun games in a variety of other sports including flag football, dodgeball, and whiffle-ball. The camp will run for 5 weeks starting June 25th. There will be no camp the week of July 4th. The cost is $450 per camper for one week, $400 per week for 2nd week, and $375 per week for the 3rd and any additional weeks. There is a ½ price discount for a second child.
The Lead instructor will be Matt Keating and he will be assisted by Route 2 High School and College Athletes. Matt is currently the Assistant Hockey Coach at Tufts University. Matt graduated from Northeastern and, while there, was a scholarship athlete in both baseball and hockey. As a member of the Huskies baseball team, Keating was honored as both MVP and Northeastern University Athlete of the Year. The San Francisco Giants selected Keating in the 2000 Major League Baseball Free Agent Draft. From 2000 to 2003, he played for the organization's minor league teams Arizona, Oregon, and California.
MONDAY/WEDNESDAY @ Route 2 Arlington
9:00 a.m. Stretch, Strength & Conditioning
10:00 a.m. Baseball Hitting
11:00 a.m. Baseball Pitching/Fielding
12:00 p.m. Lunch
1:00 p.m. Baseball Contests/Games
2:45 p.m. Dismissal
TUESDAY/THURSDAY @ Somerville
9:00 a.m. On Ice
11:00 a.m. Stickhandling/Shooting
12:00 p.m. Lunch
1:00 p.m. Recreational Games
2:45 p.m. Dismissal
To register, go to: www.route2athletics.org and visit the “Clinics” tab.
PROAMBITIONS (updated 2/19)
Proambitions runs the skills during the season and offers a variety of camps - check out their website - http://www.proambitions.com/campschedule.html
DRISCOLL SKATING SKILLS (updated 2/2019)
Driscoll skills will be hosting a variety of skills sessions starting in mid April through June. Please know that all programs will be staffed with women coaches (pro-rata to number of girl players signed up).
Families may enroll here: http://driscollhockey.com/spring/
Mondays: Stoneham | Stoneham Arena
Tuesdays : Brighton | Warrior Ice Arena
Wednesdays: Stoneham | Stoneham Arena
Thursdays: Dedham | Boch Ice Center
Fridays: Natick | Chase Arena
All programs are ten consecutive weeks beginning in mid-April and running into June.
6:00-7:20 pm Mites | Squirts | Pee Wees (U8 | U10 and U12)
7:30- 8:50 pm Pee Wees and Older (U12+)
Our programs work really well for those families that ii) believe Skating is the most important Skill in the game of hockey and ii) Spring and Summer are ideal times to work on Individual Skill Development.
We Teach and Players Learn.
All clinics will be limited to 30 skaters and will have five experienced Power Skating coaches on the ice. All sessions are 80 minutes and will feature 55 minutes of Power Skating and Edge Work followed by 25 minutes of Stickhandling and Passing, both with Movement. The Power Skating program will cover: Inside Edge; Outside Edge; Single Leg Edge Work; Crossovers; Long Stride; Backwards Skating; Defensive Skating and Open Hip.