2022 Summer Fun Camps – Snoqualmie

Give your child an experience to remember at our summer fun hockey camps!

Give Your Child an Experience to Remember at our Summer Fun Hockey Camps Our Snoqualmie Summer Fun Camps are the camps everyone is talking about! Get personalized training from some of the best coaches in the area. You’ll have loads of fun, build lifelong friendships, and improve your hockey game during our five-day hockey camps.

When you attend our hockey camps, you can rest easy knowing that you’re receiving the highest quality on ice training both on and off the ice. We have partnered up with two of the most well respected names in the hockey community to maximize the kids off-ice experience , IRG and Inflection Point Hockey. Dryland Hockey players need strength, power, speed, and agility to excel on the ice. Our hockey training services help optimize these areas during the preseason, in-season, and offseason. IRG Performance will be on sight for the SUMMER FUN CAMPS to train and develop your youth athlete to improve their hockey game. IRG Performance can help build physical ability to take your game to the next level!

We will work on:

  • Getting faster on the ice
  • Getting stronger
  • Increasing Stamina
  • Staying in the game with prevention

Inflection Point Hockey will provide the off-ice hockey skills instruction. Inflection Point Hockey is the premier off-ice hockey training provider in our region, and will bring its hockey skills training program from its facilities to our Summer Hockey Camps. Inflection Point Hockey trains hockey players to shoot hard, pass crisp, and puck handle fluidly by:

  • Breaking down complex mechanics into stages, enabling mastery each one.
  • Coaching the reasons behind the mechanics and make corrections immediately.
  • Burning mechanics into muscle memory through expert coaching and repetition.

When you attend our hockey camps, you’ll learn how to play hockey through a variety of formats. From speed and agility training , small ice arena games and afternoon x- ice hockey games to cap off each day.

Players, parents, and staff will be required to abide by local COVID regulations at the time of our camps.

Group 1 (Beginners, Hockey 1 , Hockey 2)

  • Arrive at 8:30am
  • Off ice from 9-10am Shooting/ Spencer
  • On ice from 10:30-11:30am
  • Lunch from 11:45-12:15pm (kids will keep their equipment on and take off their gloves and helmets only)
  • On ice from 12:30-1:30pm
  • Off ice from 2-3pm /IRG Cameron Devereux
  • Pick up at 3:15pm

Group 2 (8U , 10U, 12U)

  • Arrive at 8:30am
  • On ice from 9-10am
  • Off ice from 10:30-11:30am Shooting / Spencer
  • Lunch from 11:45-12:15pm
  • Off ice from 12:30-1:30pm /IRG Cameron Devereux
  • On ice from 2:00-3:00pm
  • Pick up at 3:15pm

Camp Weeks:
June 20th – 24th
July 11th – 15th
July 25th – 29th
August 8th – 12th

Times:  8:30am – 3pm
Levels: Ages 6 and up

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Camp Details:

Camp Weeks:
June 20th – 24th
July 11th – 15th
July 25th – 29th
August 8th – 12th

Times:  8:30am – 3pm
Levels: Ages 6 and up

Cost:

$493.75 per week

Multiple camp discount and sibling discount of 10%

Lunch:

A Lunch will be provided each day. We will rotate between pizza, BBQ hot dogs and BBQ hamburgers. Camp participants can bring in their own lunch if they so choose to.

Equipment:

All skaters MUST have all their own hockey equipment.

Please make sure that you bring the following to the camp each day a water bottle, all their necessary hockey equipment, hockey socks, off ice shorts (no blue jeans), shirt, socks, running shoes, street hockey stick, hat (optional)

Prerequisites:

Hockey 1 or a Learn to Play Program

Instructors:

Head Instructor: Jamie Huscroft

Jamie Huscroft was originally drafted by the New Jersey Devils in the 1985 NHL Draft, and turned professional in 1987. He spent five years with New Jersey’s top AHL affiliate in Utica, and also managed to appear in 65 NHL games for the Devils before moving to the Boston Bruins organization in 1992. He managed to crack Boston’s NHL roster for good midway through the 1993–94 season, and stuck in the NHL for the next six seasons, also suiting up for the Calgary Flames, Tampa Bay Lightning, Vancouver Canucks, Phoenix Coyotes, and Washington Capitals. He finished his career in 2001 with 5 goals and 37 points in 352 career NHL games, along with 1,065 penalty minutes. Huscroft was an assistant coach with the Spokane Chiefs in the Western Hockey League,[1] and currently works as Sno-Kings Director Of Facilities

Junior Instructors: Ethan Yamamoto, Mathew Butson, Will Pellerin, Nate Pellerin, Marah Wagner and other guest coaches