At Bob Acton Sports, our March Break Hockey Camp combine hockey skills with the convenience of an all-day program with late pickup times to provide a great experience for our students.
There are two sessions for a total of three hours of on-ice training, including a camp scrimmage. Other sports activities and dryland training will round out our program.
March Break Hockey Camp Itinerary
8:30AM: All Instructors arrive/Player Dropoff
9:00AM – 10:30AM*: Ice session #1 (Power Skating, Shooting, Agility Cone drills,)
10:30AM – 12:00PM: Dryland Training/Hockey tutorial and chalk talk/Lunch (Pizza provided on Fridays)
1:00PM – 2:30 PM: Ice Session #2 (Battle Drills, Skills Competition, Camp Scrimmage)
3:00PM – 4:00PM: Snack, Mini Stick game or dryland training
4:00PM: Pick up
* Ice time can vary.
When booking please remember that there are two types of accounts — a PARENT account that pays for sessions and a PARTICIPANT account, which is used to BOOK, CANCEL and VIEW SCHEDULES. Each will have its own log in information.
If you are just getting started, PLEASE EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org after you have create your accounts so we can LINK them and allow you to share your sessions between PARTICIPANTS.
PLEASE NOTE: There are NO REFUNDS on camp purchases. If you need to cancel a camp, a credit will be offered if cancellation is requested prior to seven days of event. Credit will be available for six months from purchase date. No credit will be be available for missing a day of camp regardless of when the cancellation is made.
CLASS SKILL LEVELS
Beginners (Starting at 4 years old)
Teaching Focus: Learning to skate techniques, stopping, balance, C-cuts and basic stick handling. Session concludes with 20 minute, 3-on-3 game on beginner nets.
Intermediate (Based on skill level)
Teaching Focus: Lengthening of skating stride, forward and backward stride development, edge work, cross overs, pivoting, puck control, advanced stick handling and more. Session concludes with 20 minute 3-on-3 game.
Advanced (Based on skill level)
Teaching Focus: Skating explosiveness and acceleration with puck, edge control, drills to improve strength, agility, shot power and accuracy, advanced stick handling and more in-game applicable drills. Session concludes with 20-minute 3-on-3 game with goalies.