Twin Ports Pro
WHO: Boys & Girls: Peewee/12U, Bantam/14U, & High School
WHAT: Professional Development Hockey Camp
WHEN: July 10-14, 2017
WHERE: Superior Ice Arena (SAHA) – 1015 Oakes Ave, Superior, WI 54880
COST: Peewee/12U, Bantam/14U: $400, High School: $425
Local Twin Ports Businesses: If you would like to be a sponsor of the Twin Ports Pro Development Camp, please go to our Camp Details page for more information and inquire through our Contact Us form.
Twin Ports Pro Development Camp is a hockey camp developed by current professional hockey players and Twin Ports natives, Brett Olson and Mike Sislo. The camp is designed to provide the highest level of development and training for aspiring competitive hockey players in the Twin Ports. The game of hockey has a very rich history and tradition in the Twin Ports. Brett and Mike want to continue to build upon that history and tradition with the next generation of up and coming talent, by sharing their elite-level of hockey experience, knowledge, and connections. Twin Ports Pro Development Camp provides them with a platform to give back to the area that has helped them excel to where they are today, while at the same time, provide the Twin Ports with a level of hockey development that has never been offered before.
This hockey camp is structured to expose the athlete to a daily schedule over the course of a week, similar to what the pros themselves go through in actual NHL Training and Development camps, before they head into the rigors of a professional season. It is designed to educate the athlete about the importance of the developmental process in the game of hockey, while building skills and work ethic to help facilitate this process. The camp will also provide the athlete with exposure to the next levels of hockey, from the pee wee level on up and beyond high school competition. Lessons learned at Twin Ports Pro Development Camp will not only provide the athlete with the tools to better develop their game, it will provide them with the tools to better develop themselves as people in our communities, as many lessons learned in the sport of hockey transfer into the game of life.
Registration groups will be based upon the players competition level for the 2017-2018 season and will be available on a first come, first serve basis. Once positions are filled to the predetermined amount allowed, those spots will be closed. All registration and payment options will be conducted online within the specified registration period.