Welcome to the WNY School of Hockey!

Developmental Camp For All Ages and Skill Levels


Join our 2018 Camps!

Camp #1 - 

Spring Development Camp: Sunday/Mon/Thurs

Begins April 16th

Ends June 7th

15 Ice Session, tee shirt, jersey, water bottle

Cost - $450/Early Bird $410

Group Rate - $375 minimum 5 players

Camp #2 - Summer Development Program

Skating and Skills Camp 

Begins August 6th

Ends August 10th

Drop Off - 245pm

1 Dryland session - 3:00pm

1 Ice session per day - 4:15pm

Pick up - 515pm

10 hours of hockey instruction during week

Cost - $199/Early Bird $175

Camp #3 -

After School Clinic 

Begins September 11th

Ends October 30th

8 Ice Sessions every Tuesday 

Cost - $199/Early Bird $175


Development Camp for ALL Ages and Skill Levels!

We are the Premier Ice Hockey Camp at The Northtown Center!

REGISTER NOW!

Contact Information

Our Camps Offers:

  • Edges/Balance
  • Speed Training
  • Checking Techniques
  • Puck Control
  • Small Area Games
  • Defensive techniques
  • Coaching to improve skills and developing muscle memory
  • Positioning
  • And Much More!

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Developmental Camp For All Ages and Skill Levels

Our school has something to offer players of all ages and skill levels emphasizing each players ability to maximize their potential both on and off the rink.  We love the game of hockey and want to help any kid or parent that is willing to give us the chance to make your child a stronger player.  Our focus is to make your child a better player, physically + mentally and it means a lot to us to see the results!

Why choose our camp?

 It is no secret that the game of hockey itself has evolved over the last 10 years, and with it, so has the face. The generation gap among the professional hockey scene has certainly shortened, geared more towards the younger, faster, fancier player, and that's what we at WNY School of Hockey offer. Our camps and clinics are run by todays generation of players; those that are grinding their way through the amateur scene determined to make it in the big leagues. Our coaches are playing todays game, living todays game, day in and day out taking the mental reps necessary to build an all around stellar player, and it's that, that sets the WNY School of Hockey apart from our competition. Our pledge is to teach both the physical and mental toughness of the game, all while creating a fun and inviting atmosphere. Simply stated, we are TODAYS game!

 

What type of skill training does the WNY School of Hockey emphasize?

The WNY School of Hockey coaches train players in the areas of skating, puck control, shooting, stick-handling, one-on-one battles, and using the body. In addition to skills training we will emphasize the importance of the mental aspect behind the game including dealing with the highs and lows of the game, always staying one step ahead of their opponents, and how to be leaders on and off the ice.

At the WNY School of Hockey, our instructors ensure all players are performing the skills correctly so they can execute these abilities to the fullest during game time situations.

Mission Statement

The foundation of the WNY School of Hockey is built on the basis of passion, motivation, and hard work. Our team of highly skilled professionals strives to provide kids of all ages and skill level, with a positive framework for success, self-enhancement, and maturation through both instruction and supportive nurturing. With an emphasis on teamwork, the WNY School of Hockey provides not only skill development, but also character development applicable to all aspects of the kids growing process, while maintaining a fun and exciting, yet challenging environment.



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