2021 Ringette Summer Camps




If you're looking to get on the ice early and do some Ringette skills development before next season, then you might be interested in signing up for a Ringette Summer Camp.  For many years our players have been attending both the University Ringette Camp and the National Ringette Camp with very positive feedback on both.  There is still limited room available if your looking for a summer camp to attend.  For more information on these camps, visit the links below.

 

University Ringette Program (http://www.universityringette.ca/Ringette_Summer_Camps.php)

All camps are five full days in duration, 9 am - 4 pm, daily.

Summer Ringette Skills Development Camps are for U-10 through U-16 aged players. Each age group is limited to 30 participants (28 skaters & 2 goalies) to ensure a very favorable student/instructor ratio, which is the hallmark of our Summer Ringette camps.

It is important to note that Summer Ringette Skills Development Camps are not designed, nor intended, to be solely conditioning camps. While a high activity level is present in many areas of the camps, the main focus is to develop and improve ringette skills, as well as contribute to the overall development of the athlete.

 

National Ringette Program (https://www.amilia.com/store/en/national-ringette-school-alberta/shop/programs/60477

This summer we will have a maximum of 25 athletes (23 players and 2 goalies) and up to 5 staff per group.  Camp will from from 8:00AM to 4:30 daily.

Additionally, at our 5 day camps, we are increasing the amount of ice times (at most locations) to 15 ice times per group.  Each group will receive 3 ice times a day.  In general the ice times will incorporate the following:

  • First ice time will be high intensity and team centered:
    • Skating
    • Ring touches
    • Competitive drills
    • Game sense
  • Second ice time will focus on more individual skills: 
    • Shooting and passing accuracy and power
    • Ring handling
    • Skating agility and edgework
  • Third ice time will be a split ice focused on strategy for one portion and controlled scrimmaging for the other: 
    • Defensive triangle and channeling
    • Breakouts
    • Finding open ice to receive a pass
    • Defending your opponents goalie ring
    • Offensive zone plays
    • Goalie ring options

 

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