2020 PACIFIC CHALLENGE
CELEBRATING 26 YEARS OF PLAYER DEVELOPMENT
August 3rd - August 7th
Train to play at a higher level
For the player seeking a challenge to advance skills and execution on the ice, reach your potential and prepare for next season then this camp is for you. Under the guidance of skilled professionals, players of all ages and skill sets can take their game to the next level and maximize your skill sets
The Pacific Challenge consists of 10 hours of on ice instruction through small area games, skating, stick handling, shooting, passing and competitive situations. Along with these skill sets accompanied by select situational drills, we will increase player’s ability, confidence and overall performance in a way that utilizes the key elements of fun and player development. Our on-ice sessions are organized to increase repetitions and puck touches that a conventional scrimmage or summer league cannot offer
Our dryland program will consist of 8 hours of off ice training, including 2 additional hours of class room sessions. Dryland training will focus on increasing a player’s agility, foot speed and explosiveness with an element of conditioning included. Classroom sessions will focus on showing players game like situations where skills that we learn throughout the week are used throughout a standard game.
Along with the dryland all goalies will receive 10 hours of on ice instruction, 5 hours of which will be dedicated to goalie specific drills with our goalie instructor. Our goalie sessions will focus on understanding save selection, RVH, VH, mapping ice, footwork, recovery concepts, skating and puck handling. Players will learn and understand their development path and skill progression that they can take into the upcoming season. Please see "Goalie Camp" tab above for more information.
Pacific Challenge is a full day camp where players are dropped off in the morning and picked up in the late afternoon (actual schedule with times will be posted soon)
Players of all skill levels are welcome to register within the birth years of 2004 - 2014
Cost: $450.00 8 am - 3 pm
Included: Camp jersey, daily lunch and snack
Nick Fouts - SJHA Athletic Director
Erik Hanson - SJHA Skill Development Coach
CJ Fisher - SJHA Skill Development Coach
Stevie Bryant - Former SJHA Player and Current NCAA Player
John Snowden - Current Head Coach of the New Foundland Growlers (ECHL affiliate of the Toronto Maple Leafs)
And other Guest Coaches
Invite the family to watch us wrap up camp with the 26th Annual Stanley Pylon Game on Friday the 7th!
A POSITIVE APPROACH YIELDS POSITIVE RESULTS!