Intermediate Elite Camp
Our trio of Elite Training Camps provides different, highly competitive experiences. In mid-July, we hold a camp exclusively for "intermediate" goalies...Peewee and Bantam aged goalies.
We recognize that goalies in this age bracket are in an interesting 'in-between' age, and that skills built during this prime development season can pay huge dividends in midgets/high school and beyond.
About Intermediate Elite
Maximize your growth.
We recognize that goalies in this age range experience a range of different challenges. They may have outgrown some aspects of their current training, but are not yet ready to play against older athletes. Their bodies are still getting to the point of development, but the onset of puberty changes body mechanics in a fundamental way. Even their gear represents a transition period...sized as "intermediate" for a reason.
It is important that goalies in this period in their careers understand that the changes in their age and bodies mean that changes in the way they play are required. As much as possible, we encourage goalies to play their own style. No two goalies are the same. However, we want to instill principles now while goalies are in this crucial stage of development.
Intense, Unique, Innovative Training:
This camp is for dedicated and committed goaltenders. We have a great schedule with long ice times and an intense off-ice aspect as well. Coaches and athletes are expected to push each other. All boats rise with the tide.
Unique and Innovative:
The coaching staff at CPGS brings experienced coaching from countries around the world including Canada, USA, Switzerland, Finland and the UK. This provides a unique and well-rounded perspective of the different techniques and philosophies of goaltending. There is no one way to play goalie! We want to draw out the individual strengths of each goaltender.
We ensure that each and every attendee enjoys this unforgettable experience. In addition to on-ice sessions, we will hold off-ice teamwork and leadership activities throughout the week. Goalies are called to be leaders of their teams, and we want to equip them to be exactly that.
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Details & Logistics
Training Camp Details
The Youth/Intermediate Elite Camp provides 12 hours of intense on-ice instruction over the 4 days. We provide daily off-ice workouts, athletic competitions, and fun activities. Goalies also receive 3-4 hours of seminar or video analysis sessions.
Cost of camp: $695 USD.
Seminar / video session topics include:
Information on Junior and College Hockey
Forming Goals & Developing A Plan for Success
Mental Strength Training
NHL Video Analysis
And maybe even some guest speakers!
Eligibility: 2005-2008 Goaltenders for 2020 camp, 2009 birth year goalies (rising Squirts going into Peewees) will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Please contact email@example.com to inquire.
Travel & Logistics
The Youth-Intermediate Elite Camp runs Monday, July 20 to Thursday, July 23.
Camp will begin daily around 9 AM (Central Time) and will conclude between 2-3 PM. If coming from out of town, we recommend traveling in on Sunday and departing in the evening Thursday.
Camp takes place at Augsburg Ice Arena at Augsburg College in downtown Minneapolis. 2323 Riverside Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55454.
If you are traveling in from out of town, we have reserved a block of 10 rooms for your convenience. Hampton Inn, 2812 University Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414.
The block includes the following:
$132 / night for 2 Queen Beds
Included Hot Breakfast
Waived parking fee
Shuttle within 5 miles (arena is only 1.6 miles)
Here is the link to book your room or ask for Canadian Goalie School Rate when you call: Hampton Inn - 2812 University Ave
Recommended Packing List
Required Items Include
Goalie Equipment & Sticks (sharpen skates before you come)
Personal Items (Toiletries, Prescriptions, etc.)
Tennis / Crosstraining / Running Shoes
1 Long-Sleeve / Hoodie & 1 Wind-Breaker & Sweat Pants (may get cold or rainy)
Athletic wear (and bring extras)
Please use the contact sheet below or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions.