A list of upcoming clinics
As part of our commitment to offering the highest quality hockey programming in the Fort Wayne market, Canlan Ice Sports and Colin Chaulk have reached an agreement for Hockey House to run all instructional youth hockey programming starting April 1st. Retiring this past season after 15 years of playing professional hockey, winning 5 championships with the Fort Wayne Komets, Colin Chaulk and his Hockey House staff will bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the programming at Canlan Ice Sports Fort Wayne. “We are extremely excited about this new partnership with Colin and his company, Hockey House,” said Canlan Ice Sports Fort Wayne General Manager, Eddie Hawkins. “We are always looking for ways to expand and improve the quality of our programming.” Hockey House powered by Colin Chaulk, specializes in individual and team player development from youth players to professional athletes. Colin places a heavy focus on leading and instructing his players and coaches by example and empowering players with confidence to better achieve their goals. For more information on Hockey House, please visit www.hockeyhouse.ca. Canlan Ice Sports Fort Wayne offers hockey programming for all ages. For more information, or to register for any upcoming hockey program visit us at www.icesports.com\fortwayne. Canlan Ice Sports Fort Wayne (260) 387-6614 www.icesports.com/fortwayne
This skate will include players entering Freshman/Sophmore year this fall. Cost $179 for 9 sessions Goalies $90 for 9 sessions - Max 4 goalies Drop in $ 25 if availability - pay day of skate Dates: May 21, May 28, June 4, NO SKATE JUNE 11, June 18, June 25, July 2, July 9, July 16, July 23 Time: 7:50pm-8:50pm Skate will include instruction from Colin Chaulk & Hockey House staff. Click here to register https://www.hockeyhouse.ca/event-registration/?ee=33 This skate will include players entering Junior/Senior year this fall. Cost $179 for 9 sessions Goalies $90 for 9 sessions - Max 4 goalies Drop in $ 25 if availability - pay day of skate Dates: May 21, May 28, June 4, NO SKATE JUNE 11, June 18, June 25, July 2, July 9, July 16, July 23 Time: 7:50pm-8:50pm Skate will include instruction from Colin Chaulk & Hockey House staff. Click here to register https://www.hockeyhouse.ca/event-registration/?ee=34
Instructors: Colin Chaulk, Matt Firman, Chris Auger and Brandon Marino 4 HOURS OF ICE Quick release shooting, advanced deking & faking, battle drills, small area games, dry land session, surprise Hockey House challenge Date: March 31 TRAVEL AND SELECT PLAYERS ONLY Where: Canlan Ice Sports Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm Cost: $79 player and goalie Register herehttps://www.hockeyhouse.ca/event-registration/?ee=30
Shooting and stickhandling clinic - 7 week session April 7 6:30pm-7:30 April 14 6:30pm-7:30 April 21 6:30pm-7:30 April 28 6:30pm-7:30 May 5 5:40pm-6:40 May 12 5:40pm-6:40 May 19 5:40pm-6:40 Cost $140 for 7 week session Goalies $70 - Max 6 goalies Drop ins will collected at session if availability@ $25 Monday night clinic registration https://www.hockeyhouse.ca/event-registration/?ee=32
Hockey Fundamentals (beginner players) Tuesday weekly class begins: Session # 1 - Tuesday April 8th-May 13 @ 6:00-6:50pm Session # 2 - Tuesday May 20 - June 24 @ 6:00pm-6:50pm Cost $99 per session Hockey Fundamentals (beginner players) Saturday weekly class begins: Session #1 - Saturday April 12 - May 17 @ 12-12:50pm Session #2 - Saturday May 24 - June 28 @ 12-12:50pm Cost $99 per session To register for hockey fundamentals http://www.icesports.com/fortwayne/youth-hockey.aspx?Season=3
Join Colin Chaulk for this 5 day summer camp at Hobart Arena, Troy, Ohio. This camp will focus primarily on power skating and puck skills. Register online or with Ken Siler at Hobart Arena.
Click here to register for Troy, OH camp https://www.hockeyhouse.ca/event-registration/?ee=10
We love comfort. We love state-of-the-art practice facilities, oak paneled corner offices, spotless lockers, and fluffy towels. Which is a shame, because luxury is a motivational narcotic: It signals unconscious minds to give less effort.
It whispers, relax, you’ve made it. D.C 2012
I include this because I think its brilliant. When things are easy or you have too much success you forget what it takes to get there. The struggle is what motivates a competitive athlete/person/coach to continue to achieve more.