Gunnison Checking/Body Contact Clinic

Rocky Mountain Hockey Schools - Jorgensen Park Rink

Saturday, October 22, 2016 - Sunday, October 23, 2016
Jorgensen Park Rink Tomichi Ave. (E. US-50) GunnisonCO  81230
Saturday, October 22, 2016 - Sunday, October 23, 2016
Jorgensen Park Rink Tomichi Ave. (E. US-50) GunnisonCO  81230

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What's Included

RMHS Fall Skills Clinic -RMHS is coming back to Gunnison for a Checking/Body Contact clinic for Peewee, Bantam, Midgets & U19, U16, U14 Girls. The players will be separated into groups by age and skill level. This will ensure the players will be training against players of their skill level for the best possible training environment. During this clinic we will focus on proper body contact along the wall and in the open ice. The RMHS staff will focus on proper body positioning for both giving and receiving body contact. These skills are important to learn for the players where body contact is legal and for the non checking leagues. ATTENTION GIRLS - Girls hockey is a 'non contact sport' as we all know. However there is body contact involved in every game of hockey. The girls will be trained on what they can do within the rules of the game they play. ***All of these players will share the ice but willl be separated by clinic theme on the ice Saturday 10.22 On-Ice - 9:30-10:45am Off-ice with Coach Sady - 11:00am-12:00pm On-Ice - 12:30-1:45pm On-Ice - 3:15-4:15pm Sunday 10.23 On-Ice - 9:15 - 10:15am Off-ice with Coach Sady - 10:30-11:30am

About This Organizer

Rocky Mountain Hockey Schools provides the finest player development, training and exposure opportunities for students of all ages and skill levels.
We provide the finest hockey instruction available in an exciting positive learning environment for players of all ages. We believe that a players development is determined by his/her own dedication and effort in conjunction with the teaching of a highly trained and motivated staff. All activities and drills are designed to break down and develop each player's critical skills through intensive technique training.
Side by side with this intensive training & development atmosphere, RMHS strives to create a positive, 'no-fear' environment at each camp, where it is OK to fall down, it is OK to fail, and it is OK to struggle with an activity. If the athletes feel safe and secure in their environs, they will feel comfortable pushing the envelope. We make everything fun, and everything safe, where children push themselves and aren't afraid to fail. As we like to say at RMHS, "If you don't fall, you ain't trying!".
We truly believe this is one of the strongest attributes of any RMHS camp. Due to the tireless efforts made by our staff, each player is comfortable with what they are doing, learning what is being taught, and most importantly, improving. RMHS prides itself on its teaching skills, its ability to develop athletes, and most importantly, our instructors. Our instructors are teachers and educators first, passionate hockey players second. 
Please take a moment to review the info provided below to better understand who we are, how our staff is trained,
and what makes RMHS The Skill & Development Specialists.

Organizer Info

  • Rocky Mountain Hockey Schools

Map & Direction

Jorgensen Park Rink Tomichi Ave. (E. US-50) GunnisonCO  81230
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