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Participants Mark Kaufman Assistant Coach, Ferris State University Bulldogs The Ferris Hockey Skill Center is open to youth ages 7 to 18 (please choose appropriate age • GM/head coach of the USHL Sioux Falls session when registering) at all levels of skill Stampede (2003-05) development. However, applicants must have • Director of hockey operations/head coach of previous hockey playing experience. Note: the Kalamazoo Wings (2000) Campers must be at least 9 years old to stay in • Served in the same capacity for the ECHL our residence halls. Richmond Renegades (1998-2002) • Assistant coach of the Kentucky Equipment Thoroughblades of the AHL (1996-98) • San Jose Sharks (NHL) assistant coach All participants, including goaltenders, must (1995-96) provide their own equipment (helmet, pads, • Assistant coach of the IHL Kansas City Blades stick, gloves, etc.). Our Pro Shop is stocked (1994-95) to handle most of your needs. All campers receive a complimentary Ferris Hockey Skill Coaching Staff Dave Cencer, Hockey Camps Coordinator Center jersey which they get to keep at the Bob Daniels, Camp Director Director of hockey operations/certified strength conclusion of camp. Head Coach, Ferris State University Bulldogs and conditioning coach/video coordinator Choose a Plan: • 22 years of Division I College Hockey • Goaltending coach Ferris State • Resident - $495 experience • Certified specialist with the National Strength • Commuter - $375 • 17 years as head coach for Ferris State & Conditioning Association • 7- to 9-year-old Commuter - $195 University • Coordinates all in-season and off-season • 2002-03 American Hockey Coaches training for FSU Bulldogs Choose a Camp: Association Division I Hockey Coach of the Year • Oversees player nutrition, training, mechanics • Served a four-year term on the AHCA Board and injury prevention SESSION ONE June 21-25 of Governors • Involved in video breakdown, game • Group A: 7 to 9 years old (commuters only) • USA Hockey Coaches Program of Merit preparation and scouting • Group B: 10 to 11 years old (non checking) recipient – certified Masters Level • Currently completing a Master’s in sports Ferris State Hockey Camps • Group C: 12 to 13 years old • Three-time Coach of the Year in the North fitness and has assisted with training at the 2009 America Junior Hockey League (1983-86) Big Rapids, MI 49307 NHL level SESSION TWO June 28-July 2 • Bachelor’s degree from MSU (1982) and 210 Sports Drive • Group A: 9 to 10 years old (non checking) Master’s from Miami (Ohio) University (1986) • Group B: 11 to 12 years old (PEE WEE Prep) Hockey • Group C: 13 to 14 years old Drew Famulak Associate Head Coach, Ferris State University SESSION THREE July 5-9 Bulldogs • Group A: 11 to 12 years old (PEE WEE Prep) • 16 years with the FSU coaching staff Camps • Group B: 13 to 14 years old • Serves as the associate head coach and • Group C: 15 to 16 years old (H.S. Advanced) recruiting coordinator • Recruited and coached seven All-Americans SESSION FOUR July 12 – 16 and 14 All-CCHA players and counting • Group A: 12 to 13 years old • Played right wing for the LSSU 1988 NCAA • Group B: 14 to 15 years old (H.S. Advanced) Division I championship team • Group C: 16 to 18 years old (Collegiate/JR • Earned two Division III championships with Development) the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point xx/xx/xxx Hockey Skill Center 7- to 9-Year-Old Commuter-Only Camp Fees REGISTRATION The Ferris State Hockey Skill Center helps Week one includes a session for younger RESIDENT PLAN: $495/week Three convenient registration options: campers meet the increasing demand for campers. This camp is open to commuters only. Our Resident Plan includes 12 on-ice sessions, 1) Register with check or credit card online at skilled players based on a strong foundation of Every day includes two on-ice sessions and one classroom instruction, off-ice training, room www.ferris.edu/sports/camps.htm fundamental/individual skills. Through a variety session of dry-land training. The cost is $195 and board, your practice jersey and recreation. 2) Register with cash, check, money order or of on-ice and off-ice activities, the Hockey Skill for the week and includes the scrimmage on Players will be housed Sunday night through credit card in person at the Ferris State Ice Center works to improve a player’s fundamental Thursday. Thursday afternoon in one of our modern Arena box office Monday – Friday from skills in preparation for next season. Moreover, college residence halls. Meals will be served 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. the on-ice and off-ice sessions are designed to Typical Camp Day Schedule beginning with Sunday dinner and ending with 3) Register with check or money order by show players the individual drills that will lead to Thursday’s lunch. 8:00 a.m. Wake up and get dressed mailing registration form to: continued hockey development throughout the season. 8:30 a.m. Breakfast COMMUTER PLAN: $375/week Ferris State University Hockey Camps 9:00 a.m. Leave as GROUP for rink Our Commuter Plan includes 12 on-ice sessions, 210 Sports Drive (Commuters are dropped Our Philosophy classroom instruction, off-ice training, practice Big Rapids, MI 49307 off at rink) jersey, recreation, lunch and dinner Monday The Ferris State Hockey Skill Center strives to 9:10 a.m. Video skating review through Wednesday and lunch on Thursday. (Please make checks payable to provide the finest hockey instruction within 10:00 a.m. All players in locker room Ferris State University) a disciplined atmosphere. Our staff works to 10:30 a.m. All players ON-ICE 7- to 9-YEAR OLD COMMUTER ONLY: provide daylong activities (three on-ice sessions, 11:20 a.m. Return to locker room Registration Form (please print) $195/week one hour classroom, up to two hours off-ice 11:50 a.m. Depart for lunch as GROUP Week No. 1 Commuter Only Camp includes training/physical per day) that help campers 12:00 p.m. Lunch Name_____________________________________ two on-ice session and one session of dry-land maximize their development as a player. 12:45 p.m. Leave as GROUP for dryland training and lunch daily. training Address___________________________________ Facilities 1:00 p.m. Dryland training 7- to 9-YEAR OLD 2:00 p.m. All players in locker room City__________________ State_____ All Hockey camps are conducted at the newly- COMMUTER CAMP SCHEDULE 2:30 p.m. ON-ICE (skill development – renovated Ewigleben Ice Arena, home of the checking, puck skills, passing/ 9:30 a.m. – 10:20 a.m. on ice Zip________ Ferris State University Bulldogs’ Division I men’s receiving) 10:50 a.m. – 11:50 a.m. off-ice training ice hockey program. Our players, staff and 3:30 p.m. Return to locker room 12:30 a.m. – 1:10 a.m. on ice E-mail_____________________________________ fans enjoy the many new improvements to the 4:00 p.m. Video/classroom session facility. These improvements include new ice 5:00 p.m. Depart as GROUP for dinner Contact Home Phone (_____) ________________________ sheets, dasher boards, lights and locker room 5:15 p.m. Dinner Phone: (866) 950-2267 Alternate Phone (_____) _____________________ enhancements. 5:45 p.m. Rest/relaxation at dorm E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 6:45 p.m. Leave as GROUP for rink Web site: www.ferris.edu/sports/camps.htm What Makes Us the Best? 7:00 p.m. All players in locker room Date of Birth _______________________________ • More quality ice time 7:30 p.m. ON-ICE (skill development – game situations and small Positions __________________________________ • Video review • Individualized instruction area games) 8:20 p.m. Return to locker room (Each group will be limited to a set number of • Conscientious supervision goalies) • Highly-qualified instructors 8:50 p.m. Leave as GROUP for dorm • Off-ice training program (Commuters are dismissed for day) Roommate Request ________________________ • Specialized goaltender training • Collegiate/Jr. development sessions 9:00 p.m. All campers in dorm A minimum deposit of $100 per session is • High school advanced sessions required on all registrations with the balance **Please note: campers are accompanied by hockey counselors from 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. In the evening due before the camp begins. they are supervised by residence hall staff.
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