2023 Twin Ports Pro Development Hockey Camp Registration

Main Hockey Camp + Mite Hockey Camp



WHO: Boys & Girls: Squirt/10U, Peewee/12U, Bantam/14U
WHEN: July 31–August 3, 2023
WHERE: *NEW VENUE in 2023 due to scheduling* Wessman Arena, 2701 Catlin Ave, Superior, Wisconsin 54880
TIME: 9am–1pm (approx. schedule – subject to change)
COST: $390 Skaters | $350 Goalies (Cost per player) Family discounts are available.

– Off-Ice strength & conditioning
– On-Ice skills development
– Small Area Games
– Situational scrimmage settings
– Athletic Enhancement Sessions
– Lunch
– Jersey & T-shirt


WHO: Boys & Girls, Mite/6U+8U
WHEN: July 31–August 3, 2023
WHERE: *NEW VENUE in 2023 due to scheduling* Wessman Arena, 2701 Catlin Ave, Superior, Wisconsin 54880
TIME: 1–2pm (approx. schedule – subject to change).
: $90 Skaters and Goalies (Cost per player)

– 1 Hour of Ice Each Day
– Jersey

Important Notes

  • You are responsible for providing appropriate hockey equipment for the Camp, with the exception of hockey pucks.
  • You are aware that Twin Ports Pro Development Camp, LLC is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged items during the Camp.
  • If the player being registered has any known food allergies, you will note so and provide details in the registration form.
  • Twin Ports PDC has a $100 non-refundable deposit policy. This policy is in place to ensure player(s) position in camp and provide coverage of basic expenses committed to Twin Ports PDC upon registration of a participant.
  • The schedule is dependent on total camp participation numbers and will not be officially set until closer to the camp start date. Expect campers to be at camp daily for approximately 4 hours (morning to afternoon).

The registration process is not complete until:

  1. You consent to first aid and/or medical treatment in the event the Camp determines it is appropriate; this is assumed by signing the Liability Waiver and Release.
  2. You have either:
    – Executed the Liability Waiver and Release
    – Negotiated an alternative Waiver and Release;
    – Agreed to pay an additional fee for a non-execution of a Waiver and Release;
  3.  You have provided an executed Code of Conduct;
  4. The full registration fee has been paid.

To speed up the registration process, please submit a scanned copy of the completed Liability Waiver and Release, and completed Code of Conduct via email to twinportspdc@gmail.com or bring these items with you to Camp registration. PLEASE NOTE: your athlete(s) will not be able to participate if these items are not provided prior to the start of Camp.

Download the Liability Waiver and Release >>

Download the Code of Conduct >>


Payment Methods

Made out to Twin Ports PDC
1514 E. 10th Street
Superior, WI 54880
Checks must be received within 7-10 days of registering to ensure your player’s spot in camp.


OPTION 1: VENMO @twinportspdc
Please make payment immediately upon registering.

Pay in full: Skaters – $390 / Goalies – $350 / Mites – $90
Pay in two installments: Skaters – $100 & $290 / Goalies – $100 & $250 / Not available for Mites

Completed full payment must be received before the start of Camp in order for player(s) participation.

Please note on Check or in Venmo which player(s) payment is being paid for.

*$100 ($90 for Mites) of your payment (whether paying in full or in two installments) is non-refundable and ensures your participant’s registered spot in Camp. 

Brett Olson,
Owner/Head Instructor

Coach Olson grew up in Superior, Wisconsin, and played youth hockey with the Superior Amateur Hockey Association (SAHA). He was a 3-year varsity hockey letter winner at Superior High School, winning two WIAA State Hockey Championships and one WIAA State Hockey Runner-Up. He was a Wisconsin Mr. Hockey finalist and also lettered multiple years as a multi-sport athlete in both varsity baseball and football.

Olson then went on to the USHL in 2005 to play for the Waterloo Black Hawks, where he was voted team captain during the 2007/08 season. He held the same role as an upperclassman at Michigan Tech, then began a 10-year professional career in 2012, playing in the American Hockey League and Europe.

As a Black Hawk, Olson skated in 151 regular season games, producing 35 goals and 56 assists. He was a member of Watrerloo’s 2006/07 Anderson Cup Championship team. Olson also took the ice for two Hawks squads that played for the Clark Cup, skating in 20 total postseason games with six goals and 11 assists.

From Waterloo, Olson advanced to Michigan Tech. He finished either first or second in scoring for the Huskies during three of his four NCAA seasons, notching 42 goals and 51 assists in 127 games.

At the professional level, Olson debuted with the Abbotsford Heat in the fall of 2012. After two seasons in British Columbia, his next two campaigns were under contract with the NHL’s Florida Panthers, skating for their AHL affiliates in San Antonio and Portland, Maine. All totaled, Olson played in over 500 professional regular season games, notching 286 points (116 goals, 170 assists), including six years in either Germany or Austria.

Prior to becoming a full-time coach, Olson assisted during Waterloo Orientation and Futures Camps, beginning when he was still a player at Michigan Tech. He is also the founder and head instructor for the Twin Ports Pro Development Camp in Superior, Wisconsin.