Webster Cyclones August Camp Info


Below is the description of the August Camps run by Webster Youth Hockey.
All participants are required to be registered for a Webster Youth Hockey Program or Team.
To register for these Camps, go to the "Camps, Clinics & Supplemental" under the PROGRAMS tab.

Power-Skating (10U and under / 11U and older):
Five hour-long on-ice sessions to develop the most important FUNdamental skill required to be competitive in ice hockey.  Specific emphasis placed on developing efficient stride technique, agility, balance, coordination, and edgework.  Quick change of direction, lateral mobility, and power development for rapid acceleration, transitions, turns and cross-overs to enhance players’ quickness in today’s small-area, rapid paced game.  All activities will be age-appropriate, progressive, challenging and will incorporate supporting skills of puck-handling, passing and shooting in developing players skating abilities.
Power Skating for 10U & Under will be August 18-22 (Sunday thru Thursday)  4-5 PM
Power Skating for 11U and older will be August 18-22 (Sunday thru Thursday) 5-6 PM


Developing Defensemen (9U+; Squirt-aged and above):
Five hour-long on-ice sessions targeting any player (forward or defenseman) seeking to improve their defensive skills, tactics and techniques.  Specific emphasis will be placed upon transition skating, lateral mobility, and decision making to support defensive skills in all three zones.  Skills such as Defensive zone pressure and containment, neutral zone transitions, and offensive to defensive transition situations will be addressed. All activities will be age-appropriate, progressive, challenging and will incorporate supporting skills of puck-handling, passing and shooting in developing players defensive abilities.
Developing Defensemen will be August 11-15 (Sunday thru Thursday)  6-7 PM


Shooting & Scoring (9U+; Squirt-aged and above):
Five hour-long on-ice sessions targeting any player (forward or defenseman) looking to improve their shooting power and accuracy, scoring proficiency, and quick reaction skills to get well-placed shots off in situations of limited time and space.  Specific emphasis will be placed on handling pucks to set up scoring opportunities, finding soft-seams, passing lanes, and open ice pockets to increase scoring chances.  Continual emphasis will be placed on body positioning and being “ready” to shoot upon receipt of the puck to succeed in rushed, high pressure situations.  A combination of shooting targets and real goaltenders will be available to support training.   Activities will be tailored to specific age-groups and talent abilities.

Shooting and Scoring will be August 11-15 (Sunday thru Thursday)  5-6 PM