There are many opportunities in Minnesota for those looking to develop their game outside of the regular season. On this page we list some of the many available hockey clinics and camps in our area. SLPHA does not recommend any particular program and instead leaves it up to players and their families to decide which options are best for their individual hockey development needs.
The St. Louis Park High School coaching staff invites all SLP Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, 10U-15U Girls and High School hockey players to sign up for summer hockey clinics! Clinics will be 3 days a week during June and July with an emphasis on skill development in all areas of the game.
Improve your skills and have fun playing summer hockey with Hopkins Park Varsity Hockey Coach Ryan St. Martin and his staff!
We will work on a variety of fundamentals through stations based training sessions, team-building exercises, small area games and more! Your daughter will build on her hockey skills while having fun with her friends and start a positive coach/player relationship with the high school coaches.
3:15 – 4:15 PM
MINNETONKA ICE ARENA, RINK B
REGISTRATION DUE MARCH 15TH
ST. MARTIN TRAINING
2425 Gilbert Lane South Saint Paul, MN 55075 651-329-4254
The Power House will be hosting hockey-specific strength and conditioning sessions for the St Louis Park & HP Hockey Players. The sessions will focus on speed, agility, quickness, power development, strength, balance, flexibility, conditioning and injury prevention strategies.
Dates and Times: Training will take place Tuesday/Thursday from 4:00pm – 5:00pm. Training will start Tuesday, April 7th , 2020 and run through Thursday, May 28th, 2020.
Location: The Power House St Louis Park 7319 W Lake St St. Louis Park, MN 55426
Pricing: For 16 sessions the pricing is $134 per athlete
The following offer a variety of sleep away camps, clinics, private and small group lessons and off ice training that focus on skating technique, speed, skills, etc.
STRENGTH & CONDITIONING
Strength training, when done correctly, can benefit players of any age. If you're looking to improve general strength, explosiveness, flexibility and coordination off-season dryland training can help prepare you for a successful hockey season.
Each team has three skaters and a goalie on the ice at a time, giving players much more time to skate and handle the puck. Games take place on a smaller rink forcing quick decisions and puck movement. Leagues run spring, summer and fall. Recommended team size is 7-13 depending on how many touches you want your kids to have. Some leagues offer the opportunity to sign up individually or get your friends together and form a team!