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How Our Mentorship Program Works...
Pre Camp Workout Program
Players receive a 7-week workout to complete prior to arrival at camp. It is imperative that they arrive at camp fully conditioned, to make the most out of their training and perform at their best in the Showcase Tournament.
The first week of all mentorship programs focus on evaluation and assessment of individual skills, as well as team systems, game concepts and scrimmage in order to prepare for the showcase. Following the Chowder Cup Tournament, we address weaknesses observed and work to correct deficiencies.
Chowder Cup Tournament
At the end of week one, we travel to the Chowder Cup Tournament. This is an elite showcase with top scouts from prep schools, junior programs, college and even pro hockey teams. We participate in this tournament for your child to gain exposure and for our staff to evaluate your game play. Games take place at various rinks in the Greater Boston area.
Combine Style Testing
Not only does this allow us a full evaluation of each player on and off ice, but it prepares the skater for future combines and invites to main camps. We compare student's results year to year and against their age group, to quantify their strengths and weaknesses.
In addition to our daily coaches corner, players meet individually with Graeme to set attainable short and long range goals as well as discuss the path to reach those goals.
Year Round Mentorship
Players have access to Townshend Hockey Staff throughout the following year for advice, continued suggestions for improvement and guidance on how to position themselves for success.
Game Film Analysis
Part of the year-round mentorship program is the ability to submit game film to the Townshend Hockey staff for feedback.
Boarding Camp Features
"Live and Train Like a Pro"
• NHL Combine style On Ice and Off Ice Testing
• Full-Time Equipment Manager
• Full-Time Nurse/Trainer
• Free Stick and Sock Tape
• Free Skate Sharpening
• Professional On and Off Ice Apparel
• Professional Individual Evaluations
• 22 Hours On Ice Training
• NHL Strength Coach designed Off Ice Training
• Daily Coaches Corner (chalk talk)
• Three Nutritious Meals a Day
Typical Day at our Boarding Camps
6:30 AM - Wake Up
7:00-7:30 - Breakfast
8:00-10:00 - Ice
10:20-Noon Off Ice: Strength/Speed Training
Noon-12:30 - Lunch
1:00-3:00 - Ice
3:20-5:30 - Off Ice: Stickhandling/Shooting
5:30-6:15 - Dinner
6:15-7:00 - Coaches Corner
7:00-8:30 - Activity
8:30-9:30 - Free Time
9:30-10:00 - In Rooms
10:00 PM - Lights Out