If you’re a youth hockey player in the tri-state area, there’s no better place to turn that practice into perfection than the Nassau Coliseum.
For the first time ever, the Islanders are opening up their home to youth hockey players who are looking to hone their skills with tutelage from the best of the best. This summer, members of the New York Islanders and Bridgeport Sound Tigers coaching staff will give professional insight to up-and-coming hockey players.
The Islanders All-Star Youth Hockey Camp will take place from July 13-15 for position players and on July 17 for goaltenders. Mites, squirts, peewees and bantams are all welcomed to participate in the clinic, but space is limited.
For the position players’ clinic, there are currently 30 spaces allotted for interested participants. For the goaltender clinic, 15 spots are available. All spots will fill on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Each clinic will be split up between Mites/Squirts and Peewees/Bantams and run from 1:30 – 4 p.m. The time will be split between off-ice conditioning and on-ice practices.
The off-ice trainers will share the most cutting edge exercises that are used by professional athletes, while the on-ice staff will focus on the skills and techniques that prove vital for young hockey players.
If you want to find out what it takes to become an all-star hockey player, this is the clinic for you.
Please contact Michelle Winter at (516) 501-6764 or Michelle.Winter@newyorkislanders.com if you have any questions or wish to enroll.