2019 Spring / Summer Programming
Our summer training programs follow the principles of the Long-term Player Development (LTPD) model and that of many European clubs—focus on hockey skills development in the spring, develop athletic skills off-ice in the summer and prepare for the season in late summer with on & off-ice training.
Selection Camp Prep & Conditioning
Six - 1.5 hour sessions will prepare players for upcoming selection camps through intense, game-like situations with a focus on superior skating techniques & puck handling skills.
High Performance Academy
8 weeks | May 6 - June 27
This is our most important and impactful player development program - an intensive eight-week program focusing on individual skills development that players simply do not have the opportunity to work on with their teams during season. Our vision is to provide a program that will focus 100% on skill development - consisting of explosive and evasive skating and puck control and implementing these into game situations.
Pre-Season Development Camps
Week #1 | August 12-16
Week #2 | August 26-29
These camps feature intense, high tempo skating, edge control, evasive skating & skill training including puck & body control, puck protection skills, and shooting & scoring to ensure each student is ready for the season ahead.
In-Season Team Training
INNO Hockey can support your team or athlete during the season in a variety of ways, We offer complete, customized training solutions for elite players and teams. Select from the options below or contact us to discuss a customized solution for your team or program.
On-ice training consisting of:
Explosive & Evasive Skating Techniques – including edges, stride, explosiveness, agility, balance, lateral movement, speed and quickness
Creative Puck Control - including pulls, fakes, dekes, puck protection
Enhanced small area games to provide 'game-like' environment to re-enforce practice skills and quick decision-making.
Focus on team play & tactics, systems, and special teams. We can also provide game reviews, player assessments and guide your practice planning and overall seasonal plan.
Team Training 'Splits'
‘Splits’ have become a more common option for teams to provide position-specific training or simply as a way to provide specialized training to smaller groups within your team. Divide your practice into multiple sessions or split your team into two groups and work in a small group setting.