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News From Scoring Concepts

Good Evening NH Hockey Players/ Parents-
 
I hope everyone had a terrific season! I am pleased to announce some new programs for Scoring Concepts Hockey this spring and summer.
 
Daily synthetic ice sessions are well underway (email to reserve a time) and weekly PSU on-ice training sessions will be starting the first week in July.  This summer I will be expanding to hold 3 weeklong camps this year.
 
+ Explosive Power Skating Camp- July 11-15, 2016.  This will be a half- day camp with an entire week focus on all components on an explosive power skating stride.  All activities at the beautiful Plymouth State University Campus. Jersey Included
 
+ PSU Summer Training Camp-  August 1-5, 2016.  This will be an all- day camp with 2 ice sessions, dryland, lunch and video.  All activities will take place right on the beautiful Plymouth State University Campus.  Jersey Included
 
+ Laconia Dryland and Street Hockey Camp- August 8-12, 2016.  This will be a morning off-ice camp at Laconia Ice Arena (utilizing the facility while the ice is removed for the summer).  Skills, drills and daily games.  T-shirt included
 
Please visit my website- www.scoringconcepts.com for additional information or to register online.
 
Please email me with any questions- scoringconcepts@gmail.com
 
I look forward to a great spring and summer of hockey training.
 
In addition,  New England Wolves JR Hockey program Life Coach ,Emily Clement, who is also our host family coordinator is looking for qualified host families for this upcoming season.  Please email her to connect!  Emily@emilyclementlifecoach.com
 
Thank you very much
Andrew Trimble

Scoring Concepts Program

Foremost, thank you for providing me the opportunity to work with Lakes Region Youth Hockey.  Coaching Hockey has been my passion since I got my first job in 1991 at the Ocean Hockey School in Bricktown, NJ.  I was a eager- beaver camp counselor then and had the unique opportunity to watch and observe the interaction of coach to camper, working alongside some great coaches including (at the time) current NHLer Jim Dowd, and future NHLer's the Van Reimsdyk's. It is my passion teaching skills and working with youth hockey players, and as an organization, LRYHA has some of the finest people involved. 
 
Below is the progressive skill development program I have begun implementing this season with LRYHA:
September/ October:
Powerskating-  Including... Stops/ Starts, Quick Starts, The forward stride & Arm Swing, Crossovers, Edge control, Backwards , Lateral footwork, Pivot, Transitional moves, Skating Agility included.
November:
Puck Skills- Hand/ Eye Coordination, Passing & Receiving, Stickhandling, Puck Protection and 1 on 1 moves.
December:
Shooting: Players will be taken through with detailed instruction all types of shots including, Wrist, Snap, Slap, Backhand, Rebound/ Net chances, 1-timers and more.
January:
Competition & Athleticism- Practicing "Out of Comfort Zone" training.  1 on 1's, 2 on 2's, battles and more.
February:
Team Concepts- Angling, Cycling, Odd Man situations, and defense.  * Last night of the program will feature "NHL- Style" Skills Competition.
 
Each session will feature an opening warmup (5-12minutes), instruction, training & drills (20-35minutes) fun & games (10-12minutes), and the sessions will be Age- appropriate and uptempo, with the focus on a large amount of repetitions, activity, and FUN.
 
Lastly, I would like to offer all coaches, players and parents of the LYRHA to participate with the "LYRHA/ New England Wolves Week".  It will run the week of January 13th- January 18th, 2015.  Here you can learn new drills, techniques, systems/strategy and together we can share ideas.   Additionally, the Wolves will be running 3 training sessions for all the Lakers on Tuesday the 13th, and all Lakers Pee Wees and Bantams, can get an additional training session with the Wolves during their Wednesday (the 14th) afternoon on-ice practice (3:30pm at LIA).  Lastly, on Friday the 16th all Coaches and Pee Wee/ Bantam Players can sit in with the Wolves Video Review session (430pm) and then the Wolves Life Coach Meeting (w/ Emily Clement) at 5pm.  The week will culminate with two home games for the Wolves (at LIA) on Saturday and Sunday.
 
If you are interested or have any questions, please follow up with me via email- scoringconcepts@gmail.com or phone 732-647-5696. It is my ambition to work with you to continue to make our programs at the Laconia Ice Arena the best they can possibly be.  As I have said to many people before, I am incredibly excited about where Lakes Region Hockey can be in the next 5- 10 years, and I want to do everything I can to work TOGETHER to realize these goals.
 
Thank you.
Andrew Trimble
GM/Head Coach- New England Wolves JR Hockey

LRYHA In-Season Skill Development Program

Here is the progressive skill development program for the 2015-16 season with LRYHA:

September/ October:

Powerskating-  Including... Stops/ Starts, Quick Starts, The forward stride & Arm Swing, 

Crossovers, Edge control, Backwards , Lateral footwork, Pivot, Transitional moves, Skating 

Agility included.

November: 

Puck Skills- Hand/ Eye Coordination, Passing & Receiving, Stickhandling, Puck Protection and 

1 on 1 moves.

December:

Shooting: Players will be taken through with detailed instruction all types of shots including, 

Wrist, Snap, Slap, Backhand, Rebound/ Net chances, 1-timers and more.

January:

Battle Month- Practicing 1 on 1's, 2 on 2's, small area puck protection and more.

February:

Team Concepts- Angling, Cycling, Odd Man situations, Regroups and transitions.  

* Last night of the program will feature "NHL- Style" Skills Competition.

Each session will feature an opening warmup (5-12minutes), instruction, training & drills (20-

35minutes) fun & games (10-12minutes), and the sessions will be Age- appropriate and 

uptempo, with the focus on a large amount of repetitions, activity, and FUN.