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2013 Summer Camp Guide

03/18/2013, 4:15pm CDT
By Minnesota Hockey Journal

The Minnesota Hockey Journal profiles some of the top destinations to hone your hockey skills this summer.

The Goalie Club –TGC

The Goalie Club trains goalies from Mite to pro. TGC offers five levels of customized training using innovative approaches, tactical solutions and mental stability training. TGC offers two boarding camp options at Shattuck-St. Mary’s School in Faribault, Minn. and many other convenient day camp locations. For more info on becoming The Total Goalie, please visit our website. Shooters accepted. |
Faribault, Minn. | (612) 210-5944   

Breezy Point Hockey Camps

Located in the heart of northern Minnesota’s Lake Country, players receive two on-ice professional training sessions per day followed by a third on-ice game. Additional hockey training includes daily off-ice training on our skating treadmill and in our shooting areas. Players also participate in our area’s vacationland activities. Our facilities feature a new modern arena and an air conditioned dormitory located alongside the ice arena with large outdoor recreation areas, an onsite pro shop with skate sharpening, concession stand, weight rooms, plyo room, video room and a skating treadmill. |     
Breezy Point, Minn. | (218) 562-5672

Minnesota Hockey Camps

Minnesota Hockey Camps welcomes you to enjoy beautiful Minnesota summers while attending hockey camp. Our owners Chuck Grillo (Pittsburgh Penguins), Rob Grillo (San Jose Sharks) and Dean Grillo (O2K) have developed challenging and enjoyable training programs. The past years have been tremendously satisfying, with more than 900 athletes spending their summers with us and graduating on to pro contracts, college scholarships, successful Junior A tryouts, prep schools, high school teams, Midget teams and youth teams. Hockey is our way of life. |
24621 S. Clark Lake Rd, Nisswa, Minnesota | (877) ICE-CHIP

St. Cloud State Hockey Camp

SCSU offers the perfect camp for hockey players of all ages and skill levels to develop and refine their skills this summer. SCSU skating, skills and small games camp features Division-I Husky hockey players and coaches, more than three hours of ice time a day and dryland training opportunities. The camp is open to boys and girls, Mites to Bantams, and will run
July 29-Aug. 2, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. daily with lunch provided.  |
St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, Minn. | (888) 234-3695

Top Dog Hockey Camps

For 24 years Top Dog Hockey has provided superior hockey training to more than 37,000 players from around the world. Top Dog has a full lineup of accelerated, developmental, goalie and golf/hockey camps. Boarding camps, full-day camps, weekend clinics, 3-on-3 leagues and AAA hockey are offered for both boys and girls at five locations in Minnesota. Register online today! |
P.O. Box 23037 Minneapolis, MN 55423 | (952) 233-0101

University of North Dakota Summer Hockey School

The 41st Annual Summer Hockey School at the University of North Dakota with Head Coach and Director Dave Hakstol – held at the beautiful Ralph Engelstad Arena, America’s finest hockey facility. The UND Summer Hockey School offers on-ice power skating instruction, daily off-ice training in The Hockey Academy, special position sessions and emphasis on small-group instruction at high-level practice. Resident and commuter camper options available for all youth players, along with a half-day option for 6-8 year olds. Register online today! |
Ralph Engelstad Arena – Grand Forks, ND | (701) 777-3103

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