For nearly 20 years, our camps have build great athletes, skilled players, and strong characters.
   
The Canlan Ice Sports Hockey Academy has developed a progression system that helps youths and adults progress towards their training goals.

Each level has been standardized for on-ice content and designed with specific drills to assist participants in their development.

Our instructors have been professionally trained to make your experience a memorable one. If you or your child wish to get a head start on your hockey career or would like to fine tune your skills, the Canlan Ice Sports Hockey Academy has a program for you.
 
Puck control and stickhandling are essential skills for any player to develop as they progress and advance in their hockey careers. This program will allow players to develop a feel for the puck on their stick and help them understand how the stick becomes an extension of the player.

Players will learn the fundamental skills of puck control and maintaining puck possession while moving in open areas, tight spaces and while remaining stationary.

Available Sessions
Date
Time
Age
Price
Extras
Date: March 21,2017 - March 21,2017
Time: Tuesday: 5:45pm-6:45pm
Age: 7-12 years old
Price: $25

Date: April 18,2017 - April 20,2017
Time: Tues. Wed. Thurs.: 11:00am-12:00pm
Age: 7-12 years old
Price: $109

Note:

This clinic is for all Tier 3 (C players) and first year B (Tier 2) players in Novice, Atom and Peewee.

Players MUST be able to stop both ways to register for this program.

This program requires full hockey equipment.

Players may be split up on the ice based on skill level.

 
Puck control is a critical part of the game of hockey and it is one of the more complex skill areas to learn. Effective stickhandling, puck protection, faking, deking, passing and shooting all heavily rely on the player’s ability to control the puck.

This program will teach players how to effectively handle the puck by breaking down each motion into its fundamental steps, repeating these mechanics relentlessly and combining the pieces into fluid movements once the mechanics have been established. Upon the skills becoming second nature, players will be challenged in various ways while handling the puck that will speed up their hands both in open areas and tight spaces.

Available Sessions
Date
Time
Age
Price
Extras
Date: March 21,2017 - March 21,2017
Time: Tuesday: 5:45pm-6:45pm
Age: 8-12 years old
Price: $25

Date: April 18,2017 - April 20,2017
Time: Tues. Wed. Thurs.: 12:30pm-1:30pm
Age: 8-12 years old
Price: $109

Note:

This clinic is for all Tier 1 (A players) and second year B (Tier 2) players in Novice, Atom and Peewee.

Players MUST be able to stop both ways to register for this program.

This program requires full hockey equipment.

Players may be split up on the ice based on skill level.

 
Backwards & transitional skating are the toughest elements of skating for any player to learn. This program is designed for beginner to intermediate players wishing to improve their overall skating ability with a major emphasis on both backwards and transitional skating. Players will learn and practice proper balance and stride technique, edge control, stops, starts, acceleration, forward to back and back to forward transitions and puck control.

The Backwards and Transitional Skating program is ideal for all participants wishing to improve this area of the game and will be extremely beneficial for any player currently playing or looking to become a defenseman.

Available Sessions
Date
Time
Age
Price
Extras
Date: March 21,2017 - March 21,2017
Time: Tuesday: 4:45pm-5:45pm
Age: 7-12 years old
Price: $25

Note:

Players must have played a minimum of 1 year of hockey or ringette in the minor system.

Full equipment is required.

Players will be split up on the ice based on skill level.

Date: March 21,2017 - March 21,2017
Time: Tuesday: 4:45pm-5:45pm
Age: 8-12 years old
Price: $25

Date: April 18,2017 - April 20,2017
Time: Tues. Wed. Thurs.: 2:00pm-3:00pm
Age: 8-12 years old
Price: $109

Note:

Players must have played a minimum of 2 years of hockey or ringette in the minor system and be playing at a minimum of a B level in order to register in this program, if not, please see the Backwards & Transitional Skating ages 7-12.

Players must be able to stop both ways to register for this program.

This program requires full hockey or ringette equipment.

Players may be split up on the ice to provide more repetition and better development.