The lead coach for this camp is Bill Beaney. The U-8 (mite) group will focus on having fun while improving skating and stick skills. The U-10 through U-16 age group will have on-ice and off-ice instruction will help participants improve skating, stick and problem-solving skills.
U8(Mites) - $110
U-10(squirt), U-12(peewee), and U-14(Bantam) - $210
Anticipated Schedule: Please plan on arriving 30 minutes before stated time. Older groups will have warm activities.
Monday, Aug. 5-7:
7:30 – 8:45 am U-8(mite)
8:30 – 10:30 am U-10(squirt)
3:30 – 5:30 pm U-12(peewee) & U-14 (bantam)
Thursday, Aug. 8:
7:30 – 8:45 am U-8 (mite)
7:30-9:30 am U-10 (squirt)
3:30-5:30 pm U-12 (peewee) & U-14 (bantam)
**U-10, U-12, & U-14 groups will have off-ice component. We will confirm schedule once enrollment numbers are solidified.
Youth Hockey Camp Registration Here:
The Development Camp will be in addition to the four day youth camp. You must be registered for the youth camp or have permission from Bill Beaney or Neil Sinclair. The development camp will build on the week-long camp continuing to challenge camp participants to develop their hockey IQ while working on skating and stick skills.
Friday, August 9:
6 pm Registration
6:30 – 8:30 pm Off-ice/Skill Development /Game Session
Saturday, August 10:
9 – 11 am Practice Session
2 pm 9 hole golf outing
5:30 – 7:30 pm Skill Development/Game Session
Sunday, August 11:
8:30 – 10:30 am Practice & Game Session
Camp 1 is ’05, ’06, and ’07 birth year.
Camp 2 (do not have brochure) is U10.
Development Camp Registration:
For more information:
This campaign will raise $350,000 to fund the completion of Middlebury’s Memorial Sports Center, adding accessible public restrooms and an elevator for access to a new family-friendly heated viewing area with expanded cafe and seating. To date the campaign has raised over $260,000 in donations from local families and business and has been boosted by a major gift from Kraft Foods in recognition of Middlebury being a finalist for Kraft Hockeyville 2018.
This 6,000 square foot addition will allow us to better host events year-round. The facility is not just for hockey; it serves the Middlebury and surrounding communities by providing activities like public skating, private parties, graduation and awards ceremonies, trade shows, and camps.
Contributions for this project can be pledged over 2 years (or a single contribution) and are fully tax deductible. We are a 501(c)(3) corporation. You can fill out a pledge card (below) and make checks payable to Friends of Middlebury Hockey, Inc. or you can donate securely via PayPal.
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Middlebury’s Try Hockey for Free day was a wonderful experience for the players and coaches who came out to Memorial Sports Center on March 3rd, 2018. The event attracted 36 registered children from the Addison County area between the ages of 4 and 8. Coaches from the Middlebury Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA) and volunteer coaches led the kids through basic hockey drills focused on skating, puck handling, and safe play on the ice.
Try Hockey for Free is a great way to give families who are considering hockey the chance to give the sport a try, and we hope that we’ll see many of these awesome kids again next season in MAHA’s Learn to Play and Mite programs.
Photos from the Try Hockey for Free event are available for viewing and free download at https://802.smugmug.com/Memorial-Sports-Center-Events/Try-Hockey-For-Free-March-2018