2019 Summer Hockey Camps Set
The Americans will host their annual hockey camps at the Toyota Arena beginning in August.
The 2018 Tri-City Americans Summer Hockey School (PDF) is open to students of all abilities, ranging from ages 6-15. The primary focus of the camp will be on skating, fundamentals and skill development with a goal of maximizing individual potential while instilling proper techniques.
The camp runs for five (5) days, with sessions running from the late afternoon through early evenings. Each player will receive over 6 hours of ice time instruction, including 1 hour and 15 minutes of daily ice time.
The 2018 camp features expanded age groups and guest coaches.
$249 for Week 1 or 2 (1 week only)
$349 for Weeks 1 and 2
75 minutes of daily ice time
Camp T-shirt* and Americans Tickets
* if paid in full by July 15, 2019
In addition to the summer hockey camps, the Americans are offering an Conditioning Camp (PDF) that is designed for players ages 14-and-up. The primary focus of this camp will be on skating, with a goal of maximizing fitness levels. This camp will run from August 19-August 21, with on ice sessions running from 10:00am until noon. The Conditioning Camp will also be ran by Americans' Associate Coach Brian Pellerin. Each player will receive six hours of on-ice conditioning activities. This camp will be limited to 35 participants on a first-come, first-serve basis as well a maximum of four goaltenders will be registered.
$149 for the three days
90 minutes of daily ice time
Camp T-shirt and Americans tickets*
*If paid in full by July 15, 2019
For more information, or to register for this season's hockey camps, please contact the Americans' offices at [email protected] by calling (509) 736-0606, or visit our office located inside the Toyota Center!
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