Hockey School/IP (Georgina Minor Hockey Association)

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2019-2020 IP Program

 

Birth years:  2015,2014,2013

 

Model

GMHA will be implementing Hockey Canada’s Long Term Development Model to ensure young players get the “Right Start” in hockey.

This will be accomplished by first grouping players into similar age and skill levels to maximize the development of the player.

 

Instruction and Delivery

The program will be delivered by a professional instructor utilizing parent volunteers.

Parent volunteers will be given training opportunities and provided with Hockey Canada’s skills resource material to help with the delivery of the program.

 

The Programs

 

Junior

(beginner) birth years 2015/2014

September- March

1 hour Saturday + 1 hour Sunday

Players will be introduced to the basics

  • Getting up from the ice

  • Balance

  • Stance

  • Striding and gliding

  • Holding the stick

  • Puck handling

  • Small area fun games

 

Intermediate

birth years 2014/2013

September-October (development phase)

1 hour Saturday +1 hour Sunday

Players skills will be enhanced through skill instruction and correction, station based drills, and small area games.

November-March (regular season)

1 hour skills/practice(Saturday or Sunday)+ 1 hour structured game(Saturday or Sunday)

Skills/practice

  • Skating and striding

  • Stops and starts

  • Backwards skating

  • Edge Control

  • Turning and crossovers

  • Puck control

  • Shooting

 

Games(Hockey Canada regulation games)

  • 4 on 4

  • Cross ice

  • 2 min Shifts

  • Whistle on goals

  • Rotating goalies

 

Senior

birth years 2013

September-October (development phase)

1 hour Saturday +1 hour Sunday

Players skills will be enhanced through skill instruction and correction, station based drills, and small area games.

November-March (regular season)

1 hour skills/practice(Saturday or Sunday)+ 1 hour structured game(Saturday or Sunday)

Skills/practice

  • Skating and striding
  • Stops and starts
  • Backwards skating
  • Edge Control
  • Turning and crossovers
  • Puck control
  • Shooting

Games(Hockey Canada regulation games)

  • 4 on 4
  • Half ice
  • 2 min Shifts
  • Whistle on goals
  • Rotating goalies

 

Championship day (playoffs)

Approximately mid March

1 playoff game with player introduction, spot light and national anthem.

 



ALL REGISTERED PLAYERS MUST HAVE ONE PARENT FROM THEIR HOUSEHOLD COMPLETE THE RESPECT IN SPORT- PARENT ONLINE Course THROUGH WWW.OMHA.NET   COST IS $12 AND IT TAKES ABOUT 60 MINUTES TO COMPLETE. THIS IS MANDATORY.  PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU LIST ALL PLAYERS FROM YOUR HOUSEHOLD AT THE END OF THE SESSION AND FILL IN THE SURVEY.  THIS REGISTERS DIRECTLY TO THE HOCKEY CANADA WEBSITE.

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