2011 ICE LAND SUMMER HOCKEY CAMP APPLICATION
Please Complete, Detach and Return to:
WHERE HOCKEY LIVES
6 Tennis Ct.
Hamilton, NJ 08619
____________________________________________________________________________________ OUR 20TH YEAR
Last Name First Name
Address City State
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RELEASE and HOLD HARMLESS
August 1 - 5, 2011
In consideration of the Participant being permitted to
register and participate in the 2011 Summer Hockey
August 15 - 19, 2011
Camp sponsored by Ice Land, I/we do hereby forever
August 1 - 5, 2011 Travel Inhouse release and discharge Ice Land and its directors, employ-
August 15 - 19, 2011 Travel Inhouse ees, agents, and/or any person, corporation, LLC, or trust
connected herewith from all manner of action, injury,
damages, costs, claims, or demands, which I/we will,
*Please take notice of the section of the brochure shall, or may hereafter have, suffer, or receive by reason
describing eligibility requirements for each level* of such participation in this program. This release shall
be binding on my/our heirs, assigns, executors, and/or
administrators. I/we further agree that Ice Land shall not
Applicant’s Jersey Size (circle youth/adult and size) be considered to guarantee or warrant such equipment as
may be used in the conducting of the program.
Youth or Adult S M L XL XXL Furthermore, Participant/Parent/Legal Guardian assumes
all risks of personal injury and property damage caused
Camp Fee: $375.00 by the actions of Participant, including, but not limited
to, negligent acts or willful omissions of Participant.
Hamilton, NJ 08619
Participant/Parent/Legal Guardian shall hold Ice Land
METHOD OF PAYMENT (CIRCLE ONE) and its directors, employees, agents, and/or any person,
corporation, LLC, or trust connected herewith harmless
CASH CHECK VISA M/C DISCOVER AMEX from and shall indemnify Ice Land and its directors,
employees, agents, and/or any person, corporation, LLC,
or trust connected herewith for any and all claims, de-
mands, and actions, based upon or arising out of Partici-
6 Tennis Ct
6 Tennis Ct.
CREDIT CARD USERS ONLY: Card Number Expires _______________ Hamilton NJ 08619
________________________ _______ 609-588-6672
Amount Paid $_______________ Date Paid________________ Signature of Parent/Guardian Date
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ICE LAND is proud to announce our 18th What a day consists of:
annual Summer Hockey ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
Camp. Each year we bring Conditioning Session: Power drills, FOR EACH LEVEL...
together the best coaching Plyometrics, one on one competition, Player vs.
talent to provide a camp that Player, and tug of war between teams.
always provides quality in- August 1 - 5, 2011
Powerskating: Teaches proper tech-
struction in a fun and exciting niques to achieve a much faster, efficient skater. August 15 - 19, 2011
setting. We offer the most Balance, speed, and agility will be the main fo-
innovative instruction, designed to meet the cus for our daily sessions. The more control you
needs of today’s player. Our full day Camp is have on your edges, the better skater you will Ages 6 - 14 (Travel and In-house)
open to players ages 6 - 14 at all skill levels. be. It is very important to be able to control your
Our program emphasizes skill development body and edges while trying to achieve maxi- The Travel Level players will focus on game
and isolates individual weaknesses for im- mum speed. We will teach you how it is done. situations. Skaters are loaded with intense on
provement. Drills and Skills: Time dedicated to stick/ -ice training that will prepare the player for
We use a low student to instructor ratio ensur- shoot/pass skills. To enhance your development
ing the best instruction possible. We continually his/her upcoming travel season.
as a player, we have numerous devices to help.
analyze a student’s strengths HEAD INSTRUCTOR: Bungee cords for skating resistance, pull belts
and weaknesses, including all for stride and power, weighted pucks for stick The In-house player will receive small group
aspects from stick handling CHRIS BARCLESS handling and shooting, target nets for accuracy instruction that will enhance all of their basic
and shooting skills to strength shooting, and radar gun for testing shooting skills and begin developing more involved
and conditioning. Youth In-House and speed. skill sets that enhance their playing experi-
Each day the students improve Player Development Station Training: Everyday a series of ence.
existing skills, learn new skills Director at Ice Land for different skills will be taught and utilized in sepa-
and enjoy the game of hockey. the past 14 years. rate groups called station training. In those sta-
Coach of 4 straight Each group will be with their own staff. This
OBJECTIVE: Championship teams
tions we will focus and concentrate on the prop-
insures that the instruction is properly tailored
To improve a player’s overall ability by concen- er techniques of each skill so a player can utilize
for the Mercer Chiefs, them in game situations. to their needs.
trating on the fundamentals of skating, shoot- Bantam/Pee Wee lev-
ing, passing and stick handling. Scrimmage: Game situations to un-
els. Chris was Head
Coach with 9 seasons derstand and learn the knowledge of the game. **All camps are a Full day**
In order to improve and excel at hockey, there at PDS and brings a (Positional play)
are many key factors for achieving success. wealth of knowledge and experience to the stu- Video Analysis: Each player will be able In House and Travel Skaters
We believe one of them is positive reinforce-
ment, the best teaching approach for children.
dents. Voted coach of the decade by the area
newspapers and voted 12 seasons as ―Coach of
to watch their strengths and weaknesses on
8:30am Check In
By using this method we create an environment the Year‖ for High School Ice Hockey. Chris as- 4:30 Check out
to test established boundaries and to free them sists with the USA Hockey Festival team camps.
up to risk failure without the Registration
5hrs of on ice instruction
downside. By assisting a stu- To enroll in the camp, complete all parts of the Applica-
dent to move out of their com- Daily Power skating sessions, skills and drills
tion Form and send it along with payment in full, to Ice
fort zone, the program helps Scrimmage everyday (game situation) Land. Enrollment is limited, so early registration is encour-
them improve their skills and Radar gun to time shooting aged. Those applications that are accepted will receive
a schedule, health forms, and a notification of any pro-
raise their confidence. Tech- Skills competition between teams includes
nique must be correct and re- Puck Control Relay, Speed Skating, Hardest
peated so a player not only Shot, and Accuracy Test Medical Insurance
Skating/stick handling/shooting tests Ice Land does not provide medical insurance for partici-
will improve at hockey school, but can continue pants. In the event of illness or injury requiring treatment,
their progress throughout the year. Each skill A video viewing to better players techniques hospitalization or surgery, family medical insurance must
will be broken down so proper technique can Lunch and snack everyday be used. Ice Land strongly suggests that all participants
be covered by some form of personal medical insurance.
be achieved. Jersey