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From Olympian Angela Ruggerio

Picking a Youth Hockey Camp: Advice for Parents

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Angela Ruggiero, US Women's National Hockey Team member and four-time Olympic medalist, offers the following advice to parents on youth hockey camps:

  • look for camps that supplement your child's training for the upcoming season, not glorified day care
  • no more than 1 to 2 camps per summer (kids need time off from hockey).

Angela's hockey camps

Angela Ruggiero Girls Hockey logoInterested in sending your daughter to one of Angela's hockey schools this summer?

Her week-long summer day clinics are open to all girls ages 17 and under. These fun, challenging, and inspirational camps are a perfect opportunity to learn from Angela and other members of the U.S. Olympic Women's Ice Hockey Team!

The daily format includes 3 hours of on-ice training, 2 hours of dry-land training, and motivational discussions. Lunch is included.

Don't miss out on the opportunity to participate in one of the best female hockey camps around!

For more information, click here.

Updated April 25, 2011