skip navigation


04/28/2013, 12:00pm CDT
By Morris

If you didn’t advance as far as you wanted to in the High Performance tryouts… if you didn’t make the team you wanted to last season… if you just want to get better, we would love to help.
The MGHCA cordially invites you to attend our 9th Annual Development Camp. 
Our camp is open to any females planning on playing Minnesota High School Hockey next season.
What we want to provide players with at our camp are tools that will help you train on your own in the off-season to become better hockey players.  We will provide players with information, tools, training programs, ideas etc. that they can take with them and work on, on their own, during the off-season and throughout their regular season.  We can give you the little things to do that your opponents and teammates probably aren’t doing.
Our camp will give you a taste of what it is like to train at the high, intense level that you will encounter if they choose to move on to the collegiate level or beyond.  It will also give you a taste of the type of training that will be required to get you to your next level, whatever that level may be.
o   Camp Dates:  Sunday night June 23rd thru Friday afternoon June 28th.
o   Location:  Breezy Point – Point Ice Arena (7370 County Road 11) & Dorms
o   Cost:  $605.00 per Player.   (No USA Hockey fees this year.)
o    Schedule:  Monday thru Thursday, we will train during the day from approximately 7:00am – 4:00pm. About 3 hours of which are on ice, the remainder is off-ice or classroom.  We will scrimmage at night on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.  On Friday, we will do some training in the morning, wrap up the week and then scrimmage in the afternoon.  Detailed schedules will be available at registration.  Sample schedules can be found on the MGHCA Website at
o   Staff: We have gathered together some of the best High School & College Coaches from around the state and have put together a curriculum and training program that will help you develop into the best hockey player you can be. (2 coaches per team, 1 assistant coach (current college hockey player) per team, a dedicated goalie coach and dedicated assistant goalie coach)
Check out the MGHCA Website for the invitation letter and more details.
Please feel free to contact me with any additional questions.
Tom Maeckelbergh
MGHCA Development Camp Director

Tag(s): Featured