Local Camps

Camps hosted by Steel Coaches Carter Foguth and Zach Stepan.

Camps will take place at Chippewa Area Ice Arena | 839 1st Ave Chippewa Falls, WI 54729

Contact zach@chippewasteelhockey.com with any questions.

High School Camp (Boys&Girls) $150 for 4 on ice and 4 off ice sessions

Thursday, April 25th-Sunday, April 28th

Thursday 4:15-5:15| Friday 4:30-6:45|Saturday 9:00-11:15|Sunday 4:00-6:15

Power Skating Camp (Ages Squirts-High School) $150 for 4 on ice and 4 off ice sessions

Thursday, May 2nd-Sunday, May 5th

Thursday 4:30-6:45|Friday 4:30-6:45|Saturday 9:00-11:15|Sunday 4:00-6:15

Goalie Camp (Ages Mites-High School) $150 

Friday, May 10th-Sunday, May 12th

Friday 4:30-6:45|Saturday 9:00-11:15|Sunday 4:00-6:15

High School Camp April 25th-April 28th

Thursday, April 25th – Shooting Skills/Stick Skills/Q & A

  1. Stick Skill Focuses
    1. Introduction on the importance of handling pucks without using your eyes. The ability to see the rink more.
    2. Small area stick handling. Being able to stick handle in uncomfortable positions and still being able to skate out of it.
    3. Catching and receiving passes based on feel. Goes hand in hand with being able to handle pucks without having to look at it.
  2. Shooting Focuses
    1. Underhandling pucks. The ability to quickly put pucks in shooting positions to allow faster releases.
    2. Underhandling pucks. The ability to receive passes and put into a shooting position quickly for faster releases.
    3. Body positioning.  How to position your body in different situations to allow for more accurate and powerful shots.
  3. Q & A
    1. Open floor to any questions regarding juniors, college, and professional.
    2. Carter and Zach will talk about their journeys in their junior, college and professional hockey careers.

Friday, April 26th – Power Skating

  1. Introduction to Efficiency Skating
    1. Learning what the “Glide Platform” is and when to use it.
    2. Learning how to use your edges efficiently and be able to keep speed.
    3. Learning how to be powerful while being smooth and efficient, allowing you to have more energy throughout a shift/game.
  2. Post practice exercise introduction to aid in power skating efficiency.

Saturday, April 27th – Power Skating

  1. Progression from stick/shooting skills and power skating.
    1. Learning to put it all together.
  2. Post practice stretching techniques to aid in power skating efficiency.
    1. Learning the importance of being flexible enough to be efficient on the ice.

Sunday, April 28th – Replication of Chippewa Steel Practice

  1. Experience what a North American Hockey League Practice looks and feels like.
  2. Learn the pace of the drills and the importance of quick decision making at the NAHL level.

 

 Power Skating Camp(Ages Squirts to High School)

Thursday,May 2nd – Introduction to Efficiency Skating

    1. Learning what the “Glide Platform” is and when to use it.
    2. A speed/stride test will be conducted on the first and last day to show progress.
    3. Post practice exercise introduction to aid in power skating efficiency.

Friday, May 3rd – Introduction to Efficiency Skating

  1. Learning when to use your edges and how to use them efficiently while keeping speed.
  2. Learning how to be strong on your edges and to trust them to keep you on your feet and off the ice.
  3. Post practice stretching techniques to aid in power skating efficiency.
    1. Learning the importance of being flexible enough to be efficient on the ice.

Saturday, May 4th – Power Skating Progression

  1. Learning how to use efficiency skating techniques with a puck
    1. Not falling back into bad habits once you have a puck on your stick
  2. North/South efficiency skating with pucks.

Sunday, May 5th – Power Skating Progression

  1. Learning how to use efficiency skating techniques with a puck
    1. Not falling back into bad habits once you have a puck on your stick
  2. East/West efficiency skating with pucks. Working efficient in small areas.

 Goalie Camp (Ages Mites to High School)

Goalie Camp Ran by Brennan Poderzay current D1 Minnesota State-Mankato Goaltending Coach

Friday, May 10th-Sunday, May 12th

Friday 4:30-6:45| Saturday 9:00-11:15|Sunday 4:00-6:15

Goal: refining the techniques and habits that make up the basic building blocks of a successful goalie.

– Each day will begin with position-specific movements

 – Friday Focus: Rush (one of the biggest components of goal tending is understanding potential threats and how to properly handle rush situations)

 – Saturday Focus: Rebound Control (one of the biggest a areas of struggle in a goalies game. Will develop proper rebound techniques)

 – Sunday Focus: Screen Tips & Traffic (understanding how to be successful in the area where the most goals are scored at every level)

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