2018 High Performance Program – Summer Camp Information Package

On behalf of Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador, congratulations on being selected to attend the 2018 High Performance Program Provincial Summer Camp in Corner Brook. This page includes important information with regards to the respective summer camps, please read through the information and follow the action item dates listed below.

NEWS: Former Hockey NL High Performance Players Brett Budgell, Dawson Mercer and Alex Newhook invited to Canada’s National Under 18 Summer Selection Camp – CLICK HERE 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer Camp Rosters: CLICK HERE

Camp Master Schedule (August 2nd-7th):  CLICK HERE

Simplified Schedules: 

CAMPUS MAP (Orientation): CLICK HERE

Schedule (Male Under 16 August 7th-10th): CLICK HERE

Tutorial Video – Camp Master Schedule (August 2nd-7th): CLICK HERE

Registration/Check-in process:  Please refer to the summer camp master schedule, we will email all players prior to the camp to remind them of the check in process.

 

Summer Camp Location (MU14,MU15,FU16,FU18): Corner Brook

Summer Camp Arena: Civic Centre – (Corner Brook) 

Summer Camp Dates (MU14,MU15,FU16,FU18): August 2nd – August 7th

Summer Camp Dates (MU16): August 7th – August 10th

 

CAMPUS MAP: CLICK HERE (View campus layout – 1a/1b Male Residence – 6 Female Residence – 12 Civic Centre)

 

Summer Camp  Player and Staff Residence: Grenfell Residence Information 

  • Please note the coaching staff will assign player rooms.
  • Occupancy is 2 players per residence (Click Here to view room layout)
  • 1 Private Bathroom/Shower in each residence room. 
  • 1 shared fridge per residence room. 
  • 2 player lounges on each residence floor. 
  • On-site laundry available. 
  • Players are advised to bring their own fan. 

 

Parent/Family Member Accommodation Information:

Grenfell Campus in partnership with Hockey NL are pleased to offer accommodation options to High Performance Program (HPP) parents/family members. 

Please CLICK HERE to view more information on the Grenfell Campus Chalet parent/family member accommodations.

Grenfell Campus – Parent/Family Member Chalet Contact Information:

 

*Please note availability is on a first come, first serve basis.

Summer Camp Dates:

  • Female Under 16 & Female Under 18: August 2-7 (Corner Brook)
  • Male Under 14 and Male Under 15: August 2-7 (Corner Brook)
  • Male Under 16: August 7-10 (Corner Brook)

 

Registration Fee Information:

Summer Camp Total Cost: $800.00 (All fees included with this price). 

Payment Options:

First ($400.00) or full payment is due by *Friday, June 8th/2018.  The second ($400.00) and final payment is due by Friday, July 13th/2018.

Cheques (payable to Hockey NL – *Post dated for June 8th or after) are the only form of payment accepted.  1st Payment $400.00.  2nd Payment $400.00.  Please note you can provide full payment if you wish by the June 8th deadline. (Print player name & division clearly in cheque memo section)

MALE UNDER 16 ONLY PAYMENT:

Full payment of $400.00 due by Friday, June 8th/2018.

Cheques (payable to Hockey NL – *Post dated for June 8th or after) are the only form of payment accepted. Pleas send payment to the branch office at the following address: (Print player name & division clearly in cheque memo section)

 For insurance purposes, any player registered with a non-registered Hockey Canada team (i.e. Prep School – Certain schools do not have Hockey Canada coverage) must be registered and insured with the Hockey NL office prior to the event in order to be eligible to participate.  Insurance fee $61.00. Please contact our office if you’re unsure if your team is not-registered with Hockey Canada.

 

Mailing Address:

Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador

P.O. Box 176

32 Queensway

Grand Falls-Windsor, NL     A2A 2J4

If the registration fee is not received by Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador at this time, you will be replaced by an alternate player.

 

What does the registration fee include?

The registration fee includes all meals, daily nutrition breaks/Gatorade Products, fitness testing/digital results, residence accommodations for the five nights (Male U16 is 3 nights accommodations), all on ice instruction, daily practice & games, off ice fitness and classroom/presentation sessions.  This fee also includes an apparel package supplied by Hockey NL. *Transportation to and from Corner Brook is the responsibility of the participant.

 

Canada Winter Games Process:

The 2019 Canada Winter Games is taking place in Red Deer, Alberta. Hockey NL will be represented by Female Under 18 and Male Under 16 teams. Below is the selection process for both respective teams:

Female Under 18:

Up to 23 players will be selected from the 2018 Female U18 summer camp. Players selected will participate in the 2018 Atlantic Challenge Cup (ACC). Following the ACC, the Female U18 Canada Winter Games team will be announced.

Male Under 16:

Up to 23 players will be selected from the 2018 Male U16 summer camp. Players selected will participate in a 2018 fall event (Atlantic Region TBD vs. PEI, NS, NB). From the event, the Male U16 Canada Winter Games team will be announced. 

Canada Winter Games – Underage Information:

Please note underage players are eligible for the Canada Winter Games. If an underage(s) player(s) is selected from the Female U16 or Male U15 HPP spring camp, the player(s) will participate in the Female Under 18 or Male Under 16 summer provincial camp. Following the summer provincial camp the Female Under 18 or Male Under 16 staff(s) will determine if any underage(s) will participate further in the team selection process. If the underage player(s) is not selected to move forward with the Female U18 or Male U16 team they will receive a roster spot on the Female U16 or Male U15 Atlantic Challenge Cup Team.

Please note with this being a Canada Winter Games selection year, Hockey NL will reserve the right to call up any player(s) from a lower age category/division. The notification to move up will be communicated to the player(s) prior to or during the Female U16/Male U15 summer camp. 

 

Fitness Testing and Summer Camp Preparation:

With off-ice training/physical fitness playing such an integral part in being a successful High Performance Athlete, Hockey NL puts an emphasis on players staying fit through off-ice training & conditioning. Fitness testing will be completed at each summer camp. 

*We encourage all athletes to be in overall top physical condition and not over train for specific tests. 

 

Fitness Tests:

Each summer camp will consist of 4 fitness tests in the following areas:

Lower Body Power

Upper Body Power

Speed/Agility

Aerobic

*We encourage all athletes to be in overall top physical condition and not over train for specific tests. 

 

Additional Summer Camp Information:

The High Performance Provincial Camps allow qualified and experienced provincial coaching staff to identify the top twenty players (FU16, FU18, MU14 & MU15) at the event that will compete in the 2018 Atlantic Challenge Cup. The Atlantic Challenge Cup will take place from October 5th – 8th, 2018 in Moncton, NB.  This tournament will feature a best on best competition involving all four Atlantic provincial teams.  This is the first step in Hockey Canada’s Program of Excellence. This camp is not only an identification camp but it is also a development camp which provides the participants with on-ice drill sessions and off ice education.

 

*Please note that Hockey NL does not sanction any extra summer on ice activities i.e.  Sweat camps or pre camp skates.  Also, our program is not affiliated in any way with private hockey programs or hockey schools.  We encourage you to participate in an off ice training program to assist in your conditioning for the provincial camp.

 

ACTION ITEMS/DUE DATES:

 

1Payment:

 Posted dated cheques and Money Orders are the only form of payment accepted.  1st Payment $400.  2nd Payment $400.00. Please note you can provide full payment if you wish by the June 8th deadline. *Male Under 16 full payment due June 8th.

 

Contact Information:

Financial Inquiries :

Branch Office:

P : (709) 489-5512

Email : office@hockeynl.ca

Other Contact Information :

Paul Dagg

Technical Director – Hockey NL

P : (709) 747-7897

Email : pdagg@hockeynl.ca

High Performance Program Website CLICK HERE

Hockey NL Twitter: @Hkynl CLICK HERE

 

 

11.7 REFUND POLICY

REFUND POLICY

The High Performance Program shall offer to refund registration fees paid by participants under the following circumstances:

  • Notification to withdraw from the Program is provided to Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador’s Technical Director (pdagg@hockeynl.ca or fax 709-489-2273) no later than 21 days in advance of the phase to be attended; or
  • The individual withdraws for reason of injury and the request is accompanied by a physician’s confirmation that the individual is unable to participate due to physical reasons and is filed with the Technical Director (pdagg@hockeynl.ca or fax 709-489-2273) prior to the first session of the phase to be attended. Any individual who requests a refund for an injury that occurred later than 21 days in advance of the phase to be attended and is also uncertain if they will be cleared to play, must notify the High Performance Program Coordinator no later than 21 days in advance of the phase to be eligible for a potential refund request. This is to ensure the program can identify a potential alternate in a timely manner; if an alternate cannot be identified, refunds may not be approved.
  • The individual withdraws for compassionate reasons and the request is approved by Hockey Newfoundland & Labrador.

Individuals who register but fail to serve the proper notice of withdrawal will not receive a refund.

Participants who become injured during a phase of the Program, or for compassionate reasons wish to leave a phase of the Program, are not eligible for a refund.

ALL APPROVED REFUNDS WILL BE CHARGED A 25% ADMINISTRATION FEE.