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1 on 1 instructor to player ratio is the most attentive teaching program you can have. For 30 or 60 minutes, the player is instructed to participate in power skating, shooting or skills development drills. This program is great for those that want full attention with no distractions from other players. Bring your water bottle; you will need the break!

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For groups of more than one player, this methodology of teaching is more directed for drills designed for battling and competing against similar aged/caliber players. For 60 minutes, this program is great for, but not limited to, players in body contact and for those that want high intensity drills with a little rest in between repetitions. Power skating and skills development are also offered for those groups that want rest in between their own sets. 

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We offer assistance with team practices for all ages and calibers. Whether you are looking for some on-ice guidance while you put the troops through the ringer or you would like to sit back and watch us tire your guys out, we can do the job.

"Hockey is a game of one-on-one battles."

Mark Messier, 6-time Stanley Cup champion

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September - June

Monday - Friday: 5pm-10pm

Saturday - Sunday: 8am-10pm

July - August

Monday - Sunday: 8am-8pm



"I don't train to look good in the mirror. I train to make improvements in my game."

Duncan Keith, 3-time Stanley Cup champion

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