MaxPro Elite Hockey Skills: Sunday Mornings
Each training session offers two hours of our traditional MaxPro Elite Hockey Skills training.
The basis of the teaching strategy for MaxPro Elite Hockey Skills is to combine the strongest Russian and North American hockey training techniques. Russia has been a dominant force in international hockey for the past several decades. This is due to the rigorous methods used in training and educating hockey players, with a focus on techniques. The emphasis of the MaxPro Elite Hockey Skills program is on the development of skating techniques and game strategies. Skillful skating techniques are an important part of becoming an accomplished hockey player. The MaxPro Elite Hockey Skills program incorporates the traditional, powerful, straight-ahead approach of North American skating, with the high-speed, fluid maneuverability of the Russians. The program also combines the team tactics of Russian tradition, with the more assertive North American style.
We are currently accepting only 25 players per training session into this program. This program is not suitable for goaltenders.
MaxPro Hockey Club Owner and former professional player Max Gratchev will conduct all training sessions. Our highly qualified assistant coaches will assist or substitute as needed.
June 6, June 13, June 20, June 27, July 11, July 18, July 25, August 1, August 8, August 15, August 22, August 29, 2021
Registrants have the autonomy to register for as many or as few dates desired.
Program dates are subject to change based on the fluid situation with COVID-19.
All players must have completed Learn to Skate and Learn to Play Hockey programs before participating.
$125 per session, before the standard Sports Engine processing fee.
Registrations and payments for all MaxPro Hockey Club programs must be completed online via Sports Engine. No physical registrations or physical forms of payment are accepted. We do not maintain waitlists for any MaxPro Hockey Club programs. Program spots will be filled in the order they are registered for.
Due to currently mandated capacity restrictions on ice surfaces, players are not permitted to drop-in for sessions, nor are players permitted to make-up missed training sessions.