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All players are required to wear full hockey equipment
including a CSA approved neck guard and mouth guard.
Please ensure that all equipment is checked for
fit and condition before your first session.
Please arrive at least 30 minutes before each
session to ensure that your player is ready on time.
All Classes will be held at the CAC Arena
14645-142Street, Edmonton, AB.
The CAC Development Camps provide players age 5- 18 yrs
with fundamental instruction in Hockey Skills.
Participants will be placed into groups based on age
and skill level. The ratio of students to coaches will
be 8 to 1 for Hockey and 10 to 1 for Conditioning and
Goalies receive a 50% discount. Fees to be paid in full upon registration.
Refunds after July 15th must be accompanied by a medical certificate to receive a refund.
Please submit your request to CAC Office attn: Hockey Development Camps or email to firstname.lastname@example.org REMOVE
Please allow approximately 3 weeks for processing from time of notification.
Amounts paid by cheque will be delayed until cheque clears the bank
Administration and fundraising fees will not be refunded.
Registration fees include a $25.00 non-refundable administration charge.
Hockey Skills Camps: Puck handling, passing,
receiving and shooting as well as basic skating skills
are emphasized. These include puck protection,
shooting and passing strategies as well as instruction
Power Skating: Focus is to foster learning in a fast
paced program and implant a desire to continue
to skate and improve. Intensive instruction in
development of power, accuracy, agility, balance,
speed, endurance and stamina.
Checking Skills Camp: Instruction will be directed
at respecting the safety of the opponents, how to take
a check, how to receive a check, teaching angles
of pursuit, gap control, pinning, backchecking and
protecting the puck.
Hockey Skills Camp 3vs3: This session will focus
on the basic skills of hockey, (passing, shooting,
skating, checking, and puck control) in a normal
hockey school format. Players will then apply these
skills in a competitive 3 vs 3 game situation where
position and game strategies will be taught. This
session promises to be one of the most informative
and competitive sessions offered by CAC.
3 vs 3 Conditioning Camp: This years program will
consist of High Tempo Conditioning Sessions that
provide excellent pre-season conditioning on a 3 vs
3 modified game format. The sessions promise to be
invigorating, instructive and highly competitive. An
element of conditioning is added to some sessions to
provide extra preparation for tryouts.
Shooting/Offensive Skills Camp: Shooting is
essential to successful offensive play. Players in this
session will learn and practice the basics of all shots
included in playing hockey. Forehand, backhand,
snaps, slap shot and deking will be taught and
practiced. This session is sure to enhance shooting
ability of hockey players at all levels. Puck handling
and passing drills will be incorporated to also improve
players offensive skills
Conditioning Camps: The program will consist of
High Tempo conditioning sessions with scrimmage
that provides excellent pre-season conditioning which
could include 3 vs 3; 4 vs 4; or 5 vs 5 games. The
sessions promise to be invigorating, instructive and
Contact us at CAC at 780-439-3636 or email@example.com for further information.
Players, we ask you to please leave your valuables at home when attending the development camp.
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Hockey Canada has removed Body Checking from the PWE Division, based on the
following to be done immediately.
All Hockey Canada branches adopt the definition for body contact and body
checking as a national standard.
At the start of the 2013-14 season, the Hockey Canada board of directors
remove body checking from all levels of peewee hockey, placing continued
emphasis on body contact for this age group.
A Hockey Canada and branch workgroup build a mandatory national checking
educational and instructional resource program to support the progressive
implementation of checking skills at the atom and peewee level and to better
prepare players for body checking at the bantam and midget level.
Hockey Canada continues to work collaboratively with research groups to
investigate a number of areas of the game including but not limited to:
injury rates, return to play protocols, skill acquisition, knowledge
translation of coach education, and ongoing trends in registration.
CAC has always hosted a Checking Camp in our Hockey School. Hockey Alberta
mandates that all coaches at ATOM, Peewee and up take a Checking Clinic. This
includes Female. This has been in place in Alberta for several years now.
Here is a list of some of the skills from the Checking Clinic that have been
incorporated into the CAC Checking Camp. Body Checking is not the same as
Body Contact. Coaches should be teaching your players these skills all year.
Respect your opponent, 7 safety tips, Puck protection, Angling your opponent, Fore-Checking, Defenseman " pinching", " Tie-ups " in front of the net, Back Checking.