Summer Tune Up Camp, News (Hespeler Minor Hockey Association)

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Summer Tune Up Camp
Submitted By Kevin Mehlenbacher on Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Mota Elite Hockey Skills is happy to announce the offering of a Summer Tune Up Camp, starting July 22, running to August 7.

The training format will focus on developing the proper mechanics towards combining the dynamics of skating, shooting and efficient puck handling skills executed at game speed.

Kevin has 20 plus years of playing, coaching, scouting, teaching skills & conditioning experience. He was drafted under age in the OHL and played for the Sarnia Sting and the Sudbury Wolves over 4 seasons. He was also was a member of the Nashville Predators pre-season training camp.

The following skills will be focused on during the Summer Tune Up Camp:
  • Skating Efficiency and Edge Control

  • Fundamental Puck Handling Skills

  • Stopping and Crossovers for balanced transitions with and without the Puck

  • Controlled Stick Handling while skating

  • Shooting Techniques

Camp is open to players aged 8-17 split between 2 groups. Players will be grouped according to age and caliber.

All ice times are at Hespeler Memorial Arena.

Cost for the Summer Tune Up Camp is $300 Early Bird of $250 till June 26.  Ask about our sibling’s discount.

Space is limited. To register contact Kevin at [email protected]. Please note that your spot is confirmed once payment is received.

Camp Schedule is as follows:

Ages 8 to 12   Ages 13 to 17 
July 22, 8-9pm
July 24, 6-7pm
July 25, 6-7pm
July 29, 8-9pm
July 30, 6-7pm
July 31, 6-7pm
Aug 1, 6-7pm
Aug 6, 6-7pm
Aug 7, 6-7pm
       July 22, 9-10pm
July 24, 7-8pm
July 25, 7-8pm
July 29, 9-10pm
July 30, 7-8pm
July 31, 7-8pm
Aug 1, 7-8pm
Aug 6, 7-8pm
Aug 7, 7-8pm



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