It's time to
Refine your game
Our focus is on celebrating the wins of progress. To become a better athlete’s, we must focus on short term, self-improvement goals and not get hung up on unrealistic decisions, such as making zero mistakes or winning every game.
Being part of a team gives us a level of confidence and sense of belonging. When it comes to being part of a team, everyone needs to be on the same page and play together. Every player has a chance to prove their worth and be an amazing part of the team.
For many people, being athlete’s and part of a team is the most fun part of their lives. While it may require plenty of hard work and dedication, it has proven to be the highlight of many people’s lives and, as you probably know, many people’s careers.
Revisiting and working on the basics of the game at a higher-level development is key and will allow young athletes to play the game at the best they can be.
Getting back to basics will help an athlete’s game. We must remember that playing sports is supposed to be fun. If you want your game to improve you must learn to love practicing. Practice is where your skills will improve the most. If getting back to basics is good enough for the most successful athlete’s, it can surely benefit the rest of us.
Our focus and concentration will be on the little things that makes them great teammates, players, friends, and leaders.
60 Hours of clinics
Clinics will be run by Quartier Hockey coaches who are not only experts but professional players. Clinics are designed to developed players on speed, agility, puck handling, shooting techniques, and hockey IQ.
60 Hours off-ice [Optional]
High-intensity training with attention to the details. The Off-ice program will include conditioning, speed, agility, flexibility training and team building exercises.
20-25 local games
Games will serve as a test drive for teammates to get used to working with one another. Blending of various skill levels and working out the strategies that will be employed by the team during practises and clinics.
3 travel showcases
This is the part when fun meets seriousness. Travel tournaments will help build sportsmanship’s, memories and give every player a sense of belonging with hope that they don’t trash hotel rooms and lobbies.
Skill & DEVELOPMENT
PJ CorsiDevelopment coach
Marco RaimondoGoaltending Coach
Charles CorsiGoaltending Coach
Michael StinzianiSkills Specialist
Jeremy Da PonteStick handling specialist
Marcin SnitaHockey Skills Specialist
Gaston GingrasPassing/Shooting Specialist
Niko AngelisMontreal Knights U15 Head Coach
Unrestricted Free Agency
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