Welcome to the Telluride Lizard Head Street Hockey Camp 2019!
This registration session will allow you to complete contact information, sign up for participation, and submit payment. Please read through each page carefully to ensure that all information is provided accurately. To complete registration through our secure site, please have your Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or checking account information available. Following the completion of this registration, you will see a charge on your account from LizardHead Hockey.
Each Player must register first with USA Hockey and then return to this Registration Session to signup for the 2019 Street Hockey Camp. Your 2018-2019 USA Hockey Number will work for this registration.
Two Separate Sessions:
1st Session: June 3rd-7th
2nd Session: June 10th-14th
Where: Telluride Town Park and Hockey Rink
Cost: $350 per person per session, $300 if you bring a participant from out of town (Contact Grayson).
Scholarships and financial aid available please email Coach Grayson for options: email@example.com
Who: boys and girls Mites- High School (contact me if your player is younger than 8 and wants to join)
Grayson Fertig will lead the efforts with support from a team of junior counselors. Last winter Grayson served as Telluride’s coaching director as well as head coach for the High School team and mites. He will be passing on the hockey knowledge and skills he’s gained from playing the game for more than 35 years. Additionally, he’ll be focusing on teaching the mental side of sports, a skill he honed during 7 years as 2 and 4man driver on the US Bobsled team where preparation, precision, and execution were what won races. Over the last 16 years, Grayson has worked as a personal trainer successfully preparing high school, college, and NHL players for their seasons and he’ll be introducing your child to methods of physical training that will be the building blocks for a lifetime of wellness and sports performance. Grayson has significant experience in the areas of mentoring, team building and leadership, each day’s activities will stress these aspects with the intention of further strengthening the character of the young boys and girls who are the Telluride hockey community.
8:45-9am drop-off at the Hanley Pavilion
9-9:30 Stickhandling and passing along with mobility training
9:45-10:45 Field training and team concepts in Town Park
11:30-noon Lunch and keynote speaker
12-2pm Small Games
What to bring to camp:
Hockey stick(cut to proper height without skates on), helmet with mask, hockey gloves, lacrosse stick or a baseball glove, water bottle, good sneakers, hat and or sunscreen, lunch/snack, a positive attitude
Let’s create a positive learning environment, anything excessive to the contrary will result in dismissal. NO cell phone use while camp is in session.
A few questions:
Stickhandling, shooting and passing in sneakers? Practicing your craft while not having to worry about skating will allow your player to focus on the details that often get lost when we’re broadly practicing the game of hockey. By the end of the week, each player will get thousands of repetitions that will lead them to perfecting their skills. By removing the speed that gets created on the ice players are able to slow everything down and see the nuances of what they are trying to work on.
What will the physical training be like? The goal will be to teach your child some fundamentals of how to take care of their body. The activities will emphasize training coordination, balance, strength, stretching, body mechanics, and body awareness. The week’s work will transfer onto the ice where we will implement the concepts this winter.
How will it work with many age levels playing together? Each day the kids will be broken into teams with each team having a similar balance of younger and older players. Because the camp is focused on individual skill development an 8-year-old and a 15-year-old can both work towards mastery simultaneously. The age differences will create opportunities to practice leadership and put the players with more developed skills into positions where they can try to teach others.
Are you bantam or a midget and feel you’re ready to be a team leader? (Camp fee waived as compensation)
Are you applying for financial aid? Contact coach Grayson at firstname.lastname@example.org .
***After costs are covered all proceeds will go towards Telluride Lizard Head scholarships for the upcoming season
Please direct any questions regarding this registration to:
Phone: (646) 369-7336
Select an option to continue with the registration.