Keene Developmental Hockey Camp
The Keene Developmental Hockey Camp is an excellent and effective one-week hockey camp for anyone looking to improve their hockey skills. The coaches are friendly, highly knowledgable and eager to help you have the best season of your career.
What to Expect
Campers will finish the week with a solid foundation for the rest of the summer as they train to prepare for their upcoming fall and/or winter season. Campers will receive the equivalent of 3-4 weeks of regular season ice time over the span of 5 days. This is a true value, with a price of $399. If campers chose to add the one day specialty camp for $99, the six day total of approximately 24 hours of hockey time is the equivalent to 4 weeks of regular season experience.
The on-ice camp director will be Chris Davidson, the current head coach of the boys varsity hockey team at Vermont Academy. He has coached more than 15 professional Hockey players, numerous All American players. As a player at St. Michaels his team won the NCAA National Championship, and was previously the head coach at St. Michaels College.
The off-ice director will be Mike Atkins, the Athletic Director at Keene High School. He has more than 25 years of strength and conditioning experience. He is a certified strength and conditioning personal trainer by the NSCA, and a certified Olympic Lifting coach by the US Olympic Committee. If you have questions for Mike you can contact him by clicking his name above.