All Day Training Camp's



Squirt/PeeWee - DISC04
9:00 – 9:50am Power Skating / Stick-handling moves
10:00 – 11:00am Plyometric and Strength Training
11:00 – 11:15am Snack / Rest (concession available)
11:15 – 11:50am Stick Skills / Sports Nutrition
12:10 – 1:30pm On-ice skills and game fundamentals

Bantam/Midget - DISC05
10 – 11:50am – Power Skating
11 – 12:15pm – Off Ice Training
12:15 – 12:40am – Lunch
12:40 – 1:10am – Athleticism
1:30– 3:00pm - On Ice Skills


This camp will challenge each player both physically and mentally.  Each day is 4.5-5 hours of
intense on and off ice training.  This camp provides “in-depth” coverage of every faucet of the
game on and off the ice.  

On Ice Training

Power skating
Skating with and without the puck and conditioning will be an integral part of this particular
camp.  Stride technique – including length, balance, and recovery will help players develop a
full stride for maximum power and stability with each push.  Skating dynamics such as crossing
over/under, explosive starts, stopping, turning, edge work, and overall speed development are
a priority during the power skating portion of this particular camp.

Skill development and tactical approach
We provide in depth coverage of the essential skills shooting, stick handling, passing, and
checking Game situational concepts such as angling, puck protection, spatial awareness, 1-1
maneuvers, gap control, cycling, defensive zone coverage, providing puck support, and playing
without the puck are a few of the numerous tactical concepts covered at this camp.

Off Ice Training

Will focus on full body power, endurance, and explosiveness.  Plyometric, sprint interval, and
core training will increase a player’s speed, balance, and quickness on the ice.  This week of off-
ice conditioning will demonstrate how the pros train.  The players will also be instructed on the
numerous skill-building drills that can be performed off the ice to enhance performance on the
ice.  Also, an introduction to sports nutrition and what/how hockey players should eat for optimal
performance and focus will be covered.

The week will conclude with a scrimmage game and a skills competition for a chance to have the
players name inscribed on the "Howie-Cup"!

Each student will receive a Vigilante Hockey Camp jersey that is there’s to keep at the end of
the week.

Full equipment is mandatory for ALL on ice activities.  A water bottle and comfortable
running shoes are mandatory for ALL off ice activities.
                
Vigilante Hockey Camps - PO Box 2, Dearborn, MI. 48121-0002 - www.vigilantehockeycamps.com