Over the course of a hockey season, many hours of practice are devoted to team concepts.
Unfortunately, this leaves very little time for coaches to focus on individual player specific instruction.
Players are often left on their own to continue their personal skill development in and out of season.
Games are where all the excitement happens, but the true growth and magic happens in structured and unstructured skill practice through repetition of the fundamentals, that progress to increasingly complex concepts.
We continually reinforce the building blocks of each drill and skill, and break down not only the "how", but the "why" for each pattern, movement, skill or situation.
Understanding how to do something AND in what situation to use it is critical.
Continually challenging the players we work with to stretch their limits helps each player become their very best.
DECEMBER 18-22, 2023
If you are struggling to find that perfect gift, or would like to see your son or daughter get off the computer and become a better shooter, give them the gift of hockey.
It's guaranteed to put a smile on their face and is the gift that keeps on giving!
And just to get in the spirit of the season and to give Mom, Dad, and Santa a boost...
We are going to have some prize giveaway draws at camp to add to the Christmas cheer.
SPRING BREAK CAMP
FEATURING SCOTT HERBSTER
MARCH 11-15, 2024
Sure...We'd love to be sitting on a beach somewhere sipping Pina Coladas, too.
But how about the next best thing.
A week of hockey!
Drop the kids off, kick the feet up, and let us do the heavy lifting for a few hours.
While you're slapping on the sunscreen and enjoying a beverage, your player will be ripping up the ice and taking their game to new heights.
BK Hockey Camp
Featuring STeve Baek
June 17-21, 2024
Please join us for our BK Hockey Camp featuring renowned Skills Coach
Steve Baek, founder of BK Hockey.
Steve is a former Korean National Team player and works with elite players at all levels..
Steve is based out of London, Ontario, Canada and works with elite players from all over the globe.
This camp will definitely give players a different perspective and aspect of the game of hockey.
Featuring Dallas Stars
July 8 - 12, 2024
Join us in San Antonio where our team of former professional hockey players has put together the best hockey training, development and mentoring program available.
Our staff will be putting you in an environment to push your game higher while you compete with some of the best talent at the 2010, 2011, and 2012 age groups from across North America.
CSM/C2C Skating & Skills Camp
Featuring Sniper's Edge and stryde
July 22 - 26, 2024
We are committed to exposing our players to the absolute best coaching and training techniques and principles.
Located in Minnesota, this camp will feature Dallas Stars Skating Coach Luke Chilcott whose unique ability to transform the skating skills of his students from peewee to prospect to pro, has proven to be successful in camps past.
With the incorporation of the Stryde skating platform to refine our player's skating mechanics and Sniper's Edge to improve both aim and shooting accuracy, your player is sure to leave this camp strides ahead.
Former LSSU Players
August 7-11, 2023
Please join us for our Michigan Skills Camp featuring C2C's own Rob Galatiuk, and highly regarded Skills Specialist Klem Kelgar.
Klem is a former LSSU Laker and Slovenian National Team member who played at the International Level and works with players of all levels.
Rob is a former LSSU Laker and professional player who is the Co-owner of Coast 2 Coast Player Development.
He is an exceptional Skills Coach who works with elite players from all over the globe.
This camp will definitely give players a different perspective and insight on the game of hockey and accelerate their development.
Featuring Vince Tarantino
AUGUST 21-25, 2023
Imagine sitting on the shores of Okanagan Lake taking in the picturesque scenery of Kelowna, BC, while your player is honing their skills and mastering their hockey craft.
Wait a minute...
Drop the kids off, and let us do the heavy lifting for a few hours.
You might need a Tim Horton's Coffee instead of a Pina Colada but by the time you're cooled off from a dip in Okanagan Lake, your player will be taking their game to another dimension.