RMHS Flagstaff AZ Summer Hockey Camp

Flagstaff, Arizona

Program Overview

RMHS Mission - Rocky Mountain Hockey Schools provides the finest player development, training and exposure opportunities for students of all ages and skill levels.



We provide the finest hockey instruction available in an exciting positive learning environment for players of all ages. We believe that a players development is determined by his/her own dedication and effort in conjunction with the teaching of a highly trained and motivated staff. All activities and drills are designed to break down and develop each player's critical skills through intensive technique training.



Side by side with this intensive training & development atmosphere, RMHS strives to create a positive, 'no-fear' environment at each camp, where it is OK to fall down, it is OK to fail, and it is OK to struggle with an activity. If the athletes feel safe and secure in their environs, they will feel comfortable pushing the envelope. We make everything fun, and everything safe, where children push themselves and aren't afraid to fail. As we like to say at RMHS, "If you don't fall, you ain't trying!".



We truly believe this is one of the strongest attributes of any RMHS camp. Due to the tireless efforts made by our staff, each player is comfortable with what they are doing, learning what is being taught, and most importantly, improving. RMHS prides itself on its teaching skills, its ability to develop athletes, and most importantly, our instructors. Our instructors are teachers and educators first, passionate hockey players second. 



Please take a moment to review the info provided below to better understand who we are, how our staff is trained, and what makes RMHS The Skill & Development Specialists.



RMHS Guarantee - FUN, FUN, FUN!! As we all know, the game is all about making friends, healthy, safe competition, learning invaluable work habits and life lessons, understanding teamwork, and having FUN! Regardless of how much a player improves, how hard they work, and how tired they are at the end of the day, if that player does not have fun, the camp is no good. All RMHS staff members are life long hockey players who eat, sleep, breathe, live and die hockey and it shows in the our attitudes, our approach to the game, and our abilities to enthusiastically share this great game with others. The two most important things at any camp are to have fun, and to learn. You will do both at any RMHS Summer Skill Development Camp, we guarantee it!


Program Description

Skills, Drills, & Small Area Games  - Group #1

As all of us know, young players need to work on fundamentals and skills in a fun learning environment.  The skating that will be covered will work on edges, skating stride backwards and forward, crossover, stopping, turning, quicker starts, and transitional skating. Puck skills like passing, stickhandling, and overall better control of the puck will be covered in full detail. All of these skills will be taught in full detail. After the skills are improved the staff will show how to use the skills in game situations within small area games and hockey specific drills.

  • 8-12-year-old players - All players must have 1-year playing experience
  • $385
  •  
  • 8:00am - 2:45pm pm daily
  • 3 hours on-ice per day
  • 90 minutes off-ice per day
  • SportsBoard Player Assessment
  • Campers must pack their lunches daily
  • Schedules subject to change due to registration levels up to one week before the first day of camp

 

Reading & Reacting Camp - Group #2

Reading & Reacting Camps Reading and reacting is one of the most important aspects of the game of hockey. Each player must be able to read what is happening, anticipate correctly, and react properly by moving to the appropriate space to make the play or support their teammates in advance of the puck. As we sat, it is much easier to anticipate where the puck will be and go to a particular point in the rink ahead of it, than it is to chase it around. In this camp, we will cover the correct diagnosis, and response needed, for game situations such as cycling, odd-man rushes (both for and against), power play and penalty kill, movement through the neutral zone, defensive zone coverage, offensive zone coverage, face-offs, playing away from the puck, offensive and defensive play at the puck, back-checking and fore-checking.

ATTENTION GOALTENDERS - Every RMHS camp will offer professional goaltending instruction from one of our professional goaltending coaches. We limit theses spots to four goaltenders per group.

  • 13-18 year old players, All players must have 1 year playing experience
  • Second-year peewees have to be cleared with the RMHS Staff to be eligible to move up
  • $385
  •  
  • 9:45 am - 4:30 pm daily
  • 3 hours on-ice per day
  • 90 minutes off ice per day
  • SportsBoard Player Assessment
  • Campers must pack their lunches daily
  • Schedules subject to change due to registration levels up to one week before the first day of camp

Program Detail

Camp Dates -

June 14-18, 2021

Camp Daily Schedules - 

Squirt & Peewee 8-12yrs 

7:15am - Check In (day one only) 

8:00 - 9:30am On Ice 

9:45 - 11:00am - Dryland 

11:00am - 12:00pm - Lunch 

12:00 - 12:30pm - Chalk Talk 

1:00 - 2:30pm - On Ice 

2:45pm - Student Pick Up

Bantam & Midget 13-17yrs 

9:00am - Check in(day one only) 

9:45 - 11:15am - On Ice 

11:30am - 12:45pm - Dryland Training 

12:45 - 1:45pm - Lunch 

1:45 - 2:15pm - Chalk Talk 

2:45 - 4:15pm - On Ice 

4:30pm - Student pick up

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1650 N Turquoise Dr

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Home Offices - 

Rocky Mountain Hockey Schools 

6623 S. Ward Street Littleton, CO 80127 

Mailing Address - RMHS P.O. Box 880 Kittredge, CO 80127

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