2023 SPRING DEVELOPMENT
CMHA is pleased to be able to offer a spring development training program to both build on the skills learned this past season and to develop new ones. Unlike team oriented spring hockey, our objective with this development at CMHA is provide affordable player development outside of a team environment where most frequently the emphasis is on game play with limited puck touches and comes at a high cost.
Our goal is to assist each player in developing transferable skills that will help them transition into their next level, in a supportive environment and also encouraging the multi-sport athlete.
The improvement is based not a list of specific skills, rather it is about what each player can do individually to move forward. Each individual possesses a higher level of skill, be that shooting, skating, general hockey sense, speed of awareness and movement and we will work to bring that forefront, focusing on where they excel and helping them determine which habits and skills do not translate well to the next transition.
Everyone has strengths and weaknesses, it is the ability to play the game in a way that accentuates their personal strengths and minimizes their weaknesses that creates the best athletes. Please see detailed program descriptions below.
CMHA CAMP INFORMATION
* ALL CAMPS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE
If you have any program related questions, please contact Jordan Gould - Technical Operations Coordinator, at email@example.com
Mini C's (Phase 3), the registrar will email you directly for registration. If you have not receieved an email, please reach out to the registrar, at the email listed below.
To register for the U7/U8 Fundamentals, please click the link here: https://go.teamsnap.com/forms/360438
For waitlisting and registration related questions, please contact our Registrar, at firstname.lastname@example.org
All camps will be determined by registration numbers. Please register as soon as possible, as our timelines are extremely limited. Please note that some camps will have waitlists, while others may be canceled.
CODE OF CONDUCT
Players are expected to follow Arena rules, protocols and abide by the CMHA code of conduct. You are expected to respect the space used and represent Coquitlam Minor Hockey. Dressing rooms are to be left clean after use and respect the coaches and service providers. Any disciplinary issues will be reported accordingly.
AR 1 AR 2 AR 3: Poirier Sport & Leisure Centre, 633 Poirier Street Coquitlam, BC
PI 1 PI 2 PI 3 PI 4: Planet Ice Coquitlam, 2300 Rocket Way, Coquitlam, BC
SPRING PROGRAM SCHEDULE
*Open to CMHA Players only
DATES: April 16 - June 25, 2023
Please note there is no session on May 21
Mini C’s Phase 3
(Please note that registration, is only for players currently in Phase 2)
Sundays, 3:00-4:00 pm Ar3 and 4:15-5:15 pm Ar3
Lead Service Providers:
Ty Babych, Jordan Gould, Todd Mckave and Jason Mann
The Mini C’s will continue to work on skill development, improving on skills they have been working on in Phase 1. The focus is to try to keep the ice times as fun as possible.
Sundays, 7:45-8:45 am Ar3
Lead Service Providers:
Ryan Campbell and Jordan Gould. Goalie: Austin Caktas
The focus of this group is to develop the players skills, as well as keep the session as FUN as possible.
Player Skills and Tactics Covered:
Forward and Backward Stride, Edges, Pivots and Transitions, Quick feet and Acceleration. Along with passing, stickhandling and shooting skills.
Goalie Skills and Tactics Covered:
Edge work and skating, agility, crease movement and save selection. Goalies will receive instruction from Austin Caktas.
$250 per player and $125 per goalie
Coquitlam Minor Hockey is very grateful for the assistance of their community sponsors.
Together we make the difference!
Please contact our Sponsorship Director for information and benefits of sponsorship.