To provide a place where all kids can learn the game of hockey while they are learning valuable life lessons such as fair play, teamwork, dedication, hardwork, and goal setting.
Come join the rich history of Lumberjack hockey and improve your hockey skills this summer! Work with former and current professional players, former and current collegiate level players, and the current CEC high school coaching staff! Build hockey skills through controlled repetition, and build confidence with positive reinforcement and instant correction. Our experienced coaching staff is excited about the opportunity to help accelerate and enhance the skill level of each player that is part of our Lumberjack Summer Hockey School!
Each session will begin with warm-up agility drills and advance into competitive skill areas that will include:
Passing & Receiving
Starts & Stops
Players will also participate in station work: dividing into groups daily (Forwards, Defensemen & Goalies). Emphasis will be placed on developing each player’s fundamentals of hockey.
The Little Wild Learn to Play program is open for registration May 10 at 10AM. This is a great deal for 4 hours of ice and a full set of equipment for $100! Please pass along to anyone you know whose little ones may be interested in trying hockey.
· Age Requirement: To be eligible for Little Wild 2016, children must be born between September 1, 2011 and September 1, 2007. *5-year-old participants must have had their 5th birthday by September 1, 2016 to be eligible to participate – no exceptions will be made. Registered skaters outside of this age range will be removed from the program to allow another eligible player to participate. Limit of 60 participants per location. Players who have already participated on a USA Hockey-registered team are not eligible for this program.
· Four (4) practices will be held on consecutive weeks at the same rink/date/time.
· Skating lessons are highly recommended before the start of the Little Wild program. Little Wild participants should be able to skate the width of the ice without assistance before they come to the first Little Wild clinic. For more information on skating lessons, please check out your local community education or rinks for classes.
· It states that equipment must be fitted and picked up at the nearest Total Hockey store. I believe that is only for the participants in the Cities and other arrangements are made for those who sign up to attend in Duluth.
After this program, if your child wants to continue with hockey, please contact Justin Harriman about registration with CAHA. The first year is free for those at the Mite level.
The next CAHA board meeting is Sunday, May 15th, 2016 in the Upper Meeting Room at 7pm. If you would like to be put on the agenda you will need to email email@example.com. The Finance meeting will be the same night at 6pm.