Summer at Cutting Edge is always action-packed, and Week 7 promises to be a standout with the return of the much-anticipated Skinner Stickhandling Camp. If there's one camp that has consistently been a game-changer for young players, it's this one. Here’s why.
Sean Skinner: The Master Behind The Camp
Sean Skinner is no ordinary name in the hockey world. With an impressive resume that boasts collaborations with elite NHL players and top-tier National Teams, including the likes of Hockey Canada and Team USA, Sean's expertise is truly unparalleled. At our camp, he brings his vast experience and signature teaching style to benefit our young participants.
What Makes The Skinner Stickhandling Camp Unique?
Holistic Skill Development: Unlike many camps that focus on isolated skills, Skinner's approach is holistic. He believes in the synergy of skating, goal-scoring, and stickhandling. This integrated approach ensures that players don’t just improve one facet of their game, but evolve as comprehensive players.
Foundational to Advanced Techniques: Whether your child is just starting out or has been on the ice for years, Sean's coaching is adaptive. Players are introduced to both foundational and advanced techniques, ensuring skill development that’s both immediate and lasting.
Five Days of Intensive Training: While most of our camps span four days, the Skinner Camp is an exception. Running from Monday to Friday, it offers an extra day of skill honing. And if you're unable to commit to all five days, we've got you covered with single-day options.
Schedule for the Week:
Squirts: 9:00 am - 10:30 am
Peewees: 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Bantams & Midgets: 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Advanced Mites: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Book Your Spot Now!
The Skinner Stickhandling Camp is not just another camp; it's an experience, a journey of growth, and a chance to learn from one of the best in the industry. Due to its renowned reputation, spots are limited and fill up quickly. So, if you're contemplating enrolling your young player, now is the time!
Reserve your spot and let this summer be the turning point in your child's hockey journey.