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Q CAMP

Jun 23, 2019 - Jun 27, 2019

Rochester, NY

Price $995.00 USD
Gender Male
Ages '03 to '08 Birth Years
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Camp Details

At the Q Camp (June 2019), participants receive on-ice instruction, lectures and video sessions from a variety of NHL, NCAA Division-I and major junior coaches and scouts throughout the week. Players work on their hockey IQ as well as individual on-ice skills daily. The Q Camp is modeled after professional training camps where prospects are pushed to perform both mentally and physically to compete at a higher level. This also serves as a great evaluation forum for players looking to be a part of our Selects program in future events.

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Camp Inclusions

  • Lodging in Monroe Community College dorms which ARE air-conditioned and feature a kitchenette!
  • Eight on-ice sessions
    • Four sessions dedicated to hockey IQ training
    • Four sessions dedicated to skills training including:
      • skating (acceleration, speed, mobility)
      • stickhandling, puck protection, passing
      • shooting and scoring
      • checking (for age-appropriate players)
  • Seven classroom sessions (lecture and video)
  • Individual feedback meeting with coaches (1-on-1) and player evaluation form
  • One full On-Ice Game
  • Three unlimited meals per day
  • Q Camp jersey and performance t-shirt

Notable Alums

GABRIEL LANDESKOG
Colorado Avalanche

Gabriel Landeskog

Colorado Avalanche

Kevin Shattenkirk

Kevin Shattenkirk

New York Rangers

Jeff Skinner

Jeff Skinner

Carolina Hurricanes

Boarding Information

The student-to-staff ratio is approximately 4-to-1. There are 2-to-4 campers in each dorm room at the university (depending on the size of the room). ALL camp coaches, counselors and coordinators board in the university dorms (where the players are), providing 24-hour supervision. Lastly, there is a hall monitor for the dorm facilities for additional supervision.

Please note that Rooming Requests will NOT be accepted. Our coaching staff has specifically requested to try and room players unfamiliar with each other as this will help them to bond quicker and mature as well. These coaches, many from the NHL level who have children of their own, find a lot of value in this. Due to the volume of campers and these requests, it is just not possible to accommodate room requests.

Boarding Information

The student-to-staff ratio is approximately 4-to-1. There are 2-to-4 campers in each dorm room at the university (depending on the size of the room). ALL camp coaches, counselors and coordinators board in the university dorms (where the players are), providing 24-hour supervision. Lastly, there is a hall monitor for the dorm facilities for additional supervision.

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Please note that Rooming Requests will NOT be accepted. Our coaching staff has specifically requested to try and room players unfamiliar with each other as this will help them to bond quicker and mature as well. These coaches, many from the NHL level who have children of their own, find a lot of value in this. Due to the volume of campers and these requests, it is just not possible to accommodate room requests.

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