Laura Stamm Power Skating will be hosting a clinic August 14-16, 2015 at Northwoods Ice Center. For more information visit their website here. http://www.laurastamm.net/Products/San-Antonio-August-14-16-2015__SA15.aspx.
Pierre Coach Frenchy Deschesnes, Head Instructor of Canadian Professional Hockey Schools, presents a summer camp at Northwoods Ice Center. They are replacing the Northern Edge hockey camp starting this year.
This year they will hold a week-long complete player camp at Ice Center at Northwoods in San Antonio, TX, July 27 - 31, 2015.
The camp cost is $445, which includes 15 hours of on ice instruction, 5 hours in the classroom with video review, and 5 hours of conditioning and player specific dry land training. The curriculum is designed to build fundamental skills while teaching players what the best shot selection is for any given situation, and learn the best places to score on goalies.
See the attached brochure and more information about the camp and Canadian Professional Hockey Schools itself below.
Please let them know if there is anything they can do to help you in any way.
CPHS was created in 1964, the mission and goal for our Hockey Schools was always to provide leading edge training that cannot be found anywhere else and to be the first to forge new paths. Our foundation virtues are Passion-Education-Tradition-Excellence
For years, Canadian Professionals was the first to have NHL players as camp instructors. From the early days to the present day, Canadian Professionals was the training ground for so many NHL stars. Players such as Brett Hull, Daryl Stanley, Randy Gillen and Butch Goring along with current players such as Nick Dowd of the LA kings.
Today we continue the CPHS tradition of forging new paths with our Canadian Professional Goal Scoring Camps. Thinking outside the box, the camp was created by NHL, USHL, NAHL, and College GOALIES! That’s right, Goalies! Who better to know the hardest shots to stop than goalies. The camp was developed by Goalies and is run by top level Player Coaches. This combination is the perfect formula for creating a successful, smarter goal scorer.
The camps are run in conjunction with Canadian Professional Goaltending Camps, the perfect combination. Shooters need Goalies and the Goalies need Shooters.
Pierre Coach Frenchy Deschesnes
Head Instructor / Director
Iguanas Fire on Ice Hockey School
Northwoods Ice Center
San Antonio, TX
JUNE 22 – 26, 2015
Iguanas Fire on Ice Hockey School provides the finest hockey training and player development opportunity in the Alamo City. With over 50 years of hockey experience at the professional level, our unmatched training staff implements the highest hockey instruction available in a positive learning environment for San Antonio Youth Hockey.
We have constructed a program to help motivated young players reach their full potential. All activities and drills are designed to break down and develop each player’s critical skills through intensive technique training.
Our goal is to provide the best possible coaching for players in a fun, safe, and positive environment while our players take their game to the next level.
We are less than 2 months away from the First Annual Iguanas Fire on Ice Hockey School. The camp has been filling up fast and we don’t want you to miss out on this great opportunity. We have an accomplished line up of Instructors that is second to none. Our Head On Ice Instructors are: Lead Goalie Coach Rob Galatiuk (San Antonio Iguanas, CHL), Powerskating Coach Ryan Edwards (San Antonio Iguanas, CHL), Forward Coach Scott Green (San Antonio Iguanas, CHL), Defense Coach Brent Currie (Corpus Christi Icerays, CHL). Dryland/Strength and Conditioning Coach Cosmo Dupaul (Lubbock Cotton Kings, CHL). Goalie Coach Joe Sheppard (Mattawa Blackhawks, NOJHL). Group Leaders and Coaches Anthony Mangano (Springfield Jr Blues, NAHL), Julien Holmes (San Antonio Diablos, WSHL), Mike Leroy (San Antonio Hounds, PSHL), Adam Frey (San Antonio Hounds, PSHL).
It is going to be a fun filled week with 9 hours of on ice skill development with dryland, classroom time and fun team building activities for our campers. Friday will consist of a real game and a meet and greet BBQ in the parking lot that afternoon. This will truly be a memorable experience for the kids and instructors. Our group of instructors are dedicated to the game, and love giving back to the youth of this great sport.
We look forward to seeing your child on the ice.