Twin Ports Pro Development Camp
A development and training hockey camp led by professional hockey players for aspiring competitive hockey players.
Small Group and Private Lessons
If you are interested in small group/private lessons with current professional hockey player & Superior native Brett Olson, or if you have any ice times currently booked or are planning to book in the Twin Ports area that you would like us to lead instruction for, please contact us. Available May-July.
About the Hockey Camp
Twin Ports Pro Development Camp is designed and run by professional hockey players to specifically provide the highest level of development and training for aspiring competitive youth hockey players. Our unique hockey camp is structured to expose the athlete to a daily schedule, similar to what the pros themselves go through in NHL Training and Development Camps. Our goal is to educate and teach the athlete about the importance of their own developmental process while building the foundation forskills and work ethic necessary to help them achieve their goals on and off the ice!
Head Instructor / Owner (AHL)
Head Instructor / Owner (AHL)
WHO: Boys & Girls: Squirt/10U, Peewee/12U, Bantam/15U
WHAT: Boys & Girls Youth Hockey Camp run by Professional Hockey Players
WHEN: Summer, 2023
APPROX. DAILY SCHEDULE: 9am – 1pm (subject to change)
WHERE: Superior Ice Arena (SAHA) – 1015 Oakes Ave, Superior, Wisconsin 54880
COST: $380 Skaters | $330 Goalies (Cost per player. Family discounts available.)
Registration groups will be based upon the player’s competition level for the 2022-2023 season and will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Twin Ports Pro Development Camp is proud to partner up with the ‘Harrington Memorial Fund’. The ‘Harrington Memorial Fund’ was established through the Superior Amateur Hockey Association at the Superior Ice Arena, to help promote the sport of hockey in the community, by creating a means of providing financial assistance to those in need.
The ‘Harrington Memorial Fund’ was named in memoriam after John “Rusty” Harrington. “Rusty” was a lifelong supporter of hockey in the community. He enjoyed helping UW-Superior hockey players who weren’t from the area, feel like they were ‘at home’, by hosting dinners as well as traveling with the team. He frequented youth games and tournaments at SAHA and could always be found at collegiate and high school games at Wessman Arena, in the same seat, wearing the green and white polka-dotted conductor hat. “Rusty” was infamous for awarding players of all ages with the polka-dotted conductor hats for outstanding accomplishments on the ice. “Rusty” was well known and appreciated in the community for his generosity and kindness to all and in particular with regard to the hockey community.
We were proudly able to raise over $4,400.00 dollars for the ‘Harrington Memorial Fund’ since 2016 and would like to extend a very big THANK YOU to all those involved for their generous contributions and efforts to make this charitable contribution possible!
Past & Present Instructors
Camp Counselors are all current area NCAA Division I/III or JR Level players.
Fast-paced with excellent skills training, followed by application in a game setting. The kids are having fun too and seeing rapid improvement. This camp is a winner! – Debbie Bruns
I had the pleasure of coaching Brett for two seasons in the American Hockey League. A consummate professional with a tremendous amount of pride for his hometown, Brett was always looking to “give back” to the hockey community that had given him so much! With such an outstanding staff, Twin Ports PDC is sure to take a young hockey player above and beyond in all things hockey and life! – Scott Allen, Current Assistant Coach in the AHL and former NHL Assistant Coach
Top-notch coaching staff with tons of hands-on direction and guidance. Highly recommend! – Tim Mencel
Having been in hockey for over 30 years, I’ve had the opportunity to be an instructor for many camps & run many of my own camps. Twin Ports Pro Development Camp is one of the finest instructional camps I have witnessed because it is very current and applicable for today’s game. Brett & his staff of current Pros, through their various experiences, understand the intricacies of the game for all levels. The camp is based on skill development and more importantly, enhancement. It gives players relevant tools to work on throughout the week, which they can easily take with them for their own practice and future development. In my opinion, this camp is a great investment for any young hockey player. – P.K. O’Handley – Former Head Coach & General Manager, Waterloo Blackhawks USHL & Former ECHL Assistant Coach
Braydon has participated in this camp for a few years and has enjoyed every aspect of it. Both on and off ice training has helped him. – Jesse Tollers