OHF Announces U14 Goaltender Development Program, News (Lucknow Minor Hockey)

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OHF Announces U14 Goaltender Development Program
Submitted By Steve Howard on Sunday, January 21, 2018
Hockey Canada is proud to partner with the Ontario Hockey Federation and Ontario Hockey League to introduce new High Performance Goaltending Development Camps around the country.

These camps will introduce the U14 goaltender to the skills, concepts, and techniques of the Hockey Canada Program of Excellence Goaltending Program.

Each camp will admit 24 to 36 U-14 goaltenders to experience the program under the guidance of Hockey Canada, Provincial Branch, and CHL experts and consultants.
 
The curriculum and design of the camp is created by Hockey Canada's High Performance Goaltending Advisory Group to introduce young goaltenders to high performance concepts and an introduction to the Program of Excellence.

The only camp in Ontario will take place on Saturday, April 28th & Sunday, April 29th at the Activa Sportsplex in Kitchener, ON. The camp is open to all 2004-born boys in their Minor Bantam year (preference will be given to those currently playing AAA). Applications will be accepted until March 4, 2018 and all applicants will be notified of their status within two weeks of the deadline closing.

Each day will consist of two on-ice sessions led by Hockey Canada and Branch Personnel and three off-ice sessions focused on mental prep, proper warm-up and cool-down procedures, and an Introduction to the Hockey Canada Program of Excellence. All players will receive a Hockey Canada jersey, off-ice t-shirt, and lunch for each day.  
 
If selected, the registration cost for the U-14 Goaltender Development Program is $350.00.

GOALTENDER APPLICATION FORM

For more information, please contact:

Scott Carlow
Coordinator, Development
Ontario Hockey Federation
(226)533-9070 Ext. 9084
[email protected]

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