Hone the mental skills needed to be a better, more confident, complete player! Our mini-camp offers each athlete both a skills coach and a mental performance coach! Program is limited to 16 athletes.
How do you feel when you are in a scoring position with the puck on your stick? Are you confident in your ability to make a play or score a goal in traffic? How about situations when you pick up the puck on a breakout or neutral zone play and have to make a quick decision? Like many players developing their game, do you get overwhelmed, maybe feel panic or confused, and worry about “screwing up” a play? We’ve all turned the puck over, missed a pass or shot, or found the goalie’s jersey logo or missed the net if we get a shot off. But there are skills to learn and training reps to take, on and off the ice, to improve these parts of your game and yourself!
Day 1 of this mini-camp will focus on Passing and Shooting while we teach each player how to remain more focused and confident with the puck in various on-ice situations. Develop your game by strengthening the mental processes that will help you get excited about the next time the puck is on your stick.
We will teach each player how to handle and protect the puck with more patience and clarity of mind to make an offensive play. Players will learn the tools to help them reduce turnovers and improve their skills at making split-second decisions on the ice.
Pre-Program - Sunday 2/20/22 at 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Optional (but very valuable) training session via Zoom to introduce the key concepts and skills/strategies for this Mental Performance Camp.
Monday 2/21/22 and Tuesday 2/22/22 -
8:30 am - Arrive At Trinity College
8:45 am - Classroom training session and review of on-ice activities to apply and practice the training program.
9:45-11:45 am - On-ice performance development.
Noon to 12:30 pm - Review of on-ice sessions and development of each athletes' Performance Training Plan
Forward/Defense - $365
Goalie - $65
(This program welcomes goalies but does not offer goalie-specific coaching.)
We are working very closely with the rink to ensure that athletes, our staff and anyone else involved will be safe during this program. We will be abiding by rules provided by the CDC, State of CT and Trinity College as well as guidelines offered by USA Hockey.
Prior to the start of the program, we will provide notification of the rules and standards for players to follow during the program in order to keep everyone safe. Players who do not comply (for example, with mask or social distancing guidelines) may be dismissed from the camp.
While details as still being finalized, this program has a small number of athletes which will minimize the number of interactions with others. If mandated by CDC, State of CT and/or Trinity College, we may also require: