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General Infortmation

CAMP CHECK - IN / ORIENTATION-SUNDAY 5:00 PM

Player check-in will take place each Sunday evening at the FF Memorial Sportsplex,   Flagstaff at the Jay Lively Ice Arena  and McDermott Athletic Center prior to camp commencing.  All players must be checked in by a parent or guardian.  Check-in time will take place from 5:00-6:00 pm. Skate Sharpening will be available at check in. At this time, all players, parents and guardians will be invited to attend a brief  Pre - Camp Orientation session beginning at 6:00 pm. The Pre Camp Program Orientation will cover details pertinent to the everyday activities of camp.  Note all fees must be paid and waiver completed prior to a player commencing programming.

DAILY SCHEDULE (Weekday Program & Evening Games)

The schedule for the week of hockey camp will be provided at the Camp Check In and Orientation (Sunday 5;00-6:00 PM), The Under 8 Camp is a half day (8:30 AM-12:00 PM). The Under 11-14-18 are full day camps scheduled during the day. The camp is complemented with an evening game component (Flagstaff Tues & Thu) (Fort Frances Wed & Fri) . Please note daily schedules are subject to change slightly to offer the best program possible for the participants.

ALL PROGRAMS INCLUDE “The Great Canadian Experience”

Professional On Ice Development - Multi Sports Camp Instruction Showdown Shoot Out Competition - Individual and Team Video Analysis utilizing Steva Editing - Low Player-Instructor Ratio -  Official Camp Jersey - (Fort Frances Hot Lunch Daily) (Flagstaff & Rio Rancho Please bring own lunch) Super Series Games ( Fort Frances Wednesday & Friday) (Rio Rancho & Flagstaff Tuesday & Thursday)

FORT FRANCES FRIDAY NIGHT GAMES –  BBQ (Fort Frances Only)

Fort Frances Friday night we will host the /BBQ Banquet at the FF Memorial Sports Complex at 6:00 PM.

Immediately following the BBQ Banquet we will host our Friday Night Super Series Games. Tickets must be purchased at the NHCC Pro Shop on/or before Thursday at 5:00 PM each week.

WHAT YOU NEED

All participants must bring their own hockey equipment (including neck guards (Fort Frances), face masks, mouth guards) off-ice training wear (sweat suit, t-shirt, shorts, sport shoes, towel).  It is strongly suggested that players refrain from bringing personal electronic equipment.  Cell phones and cameras are not allowed at the camp and dressing rooms.  Cell phones will be held by the camp director for safekeeping and may be used upon request in designated areas.

MULTI - SPORTS CAMP  

Every program includes a player specific off ice Multi-Sports Camp that is designed to complement our on ice program and focus on the development of hockey specific flexibility, agility, balance, co-ordination, cardio-vascular fitness, plyo - metric power accomplished through unique training principles and a wide range of Multi-Sports activities.

PROFESSIONAL COACHING STAFF

The Program is directed by President and Founder Harry Mahood (Fort Frances & Flagstaff), VP Canadian Operations Jamie Davis (Fort Frances), VP of US Operations Austin Sutter (Rio Rancho) and VP of US Operations Nick Karastamatis (Flagstaff). Our support staff is a mixture of important role models for the participants. We utilize staff that have a strong relationship to the NHCC and will serve as strong familiar leaders for the players. Please watch our website for announcements for each camp.

NHCC PRO SHOP  

The Pro Shop will feature a selection of NHCC clothing, merchandise, tape and skate sharpening/service. The Pro-Shop serves as a “go to” for all the programs. 

MEDICAL INSURANCE

Each player must have their own health and accident insurance policy.  ONLY prescription medications are allowed at the camp.  All prescription medications will be held in Camp lock box for safekeeping and administration monitored by the camp directors. There will be absolutely NO peanut products allowed on premises. In addition, NO over the counter medications are allowed (for the safety of all participants). Prescription medication must not be kept with the players for the safety of all program participants.

 

CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY (June 1, 2017)

There will be no refunds after June 1, 2017.  Registrations must be accompanied with the appropriate deposit or balance paid in full, which will be refundable, less the administration fee, until June 1, 2017. In the event of an accident or injury prior to or during the session, one half of the unused fees will be returned if the request is accompanied by a Doctor’s statement verifying the nature of the injury, or the player may receive credit for the entire amount of unused fees to apply to a future session within one year.  No money will be refunded if the credit is not used.  No refunds will be given if a player leaves because of their own desire or fails to attend.  In the unlikely event that any of the programs are cancelled due to uncontrollable circumstances, Northwestern Hockey Camp Canada will refund in full all deposits and balances paid.