"Maximum Performance Hockey School,
Elite Performance Skating, and Skill Development"
WHAT TO BRING TO CAMP & CAMP GUIDELINES
GETTING READY FOR HOCKEY SCHOOL
You should take the time to check your hockey equipment before you leave. Try your skates on to be sure that they fit. If you do need new skates, wear them a bit before hand if possible, to prevent blisters. Try on all of your equipment –making sure it still fits, and no repairs are required. Please put your name on all articles, including your sticks and your equipment bag. Lost and misplaced items are impossible to identify without a name (initials only are not good enough!) Mark your new equipment purchases as well. MACGILLIVRAY HOCKEY TRAINING will not be responsible for any lost or stolen items.
CHECK LIST OF EQUIPMENT TO BRING
Full regulation CSA-approved hockey equipment is required for all ice sessions, consisting of:
MacGillivray Hockey Jersey
Helmet with Face Shield
Each dryland session will require the following:
Good condition running shoes and socks
Good condition workout shorts
Hat, if outdoors
Sunscreen, if outdoors
Personal Medical Supplies
· Tensors *Band-Aids *Antibiotic ointment * Moleskin*Throat lozenges *Tape *Medications and Personal information on medication· EpiPens · Any other necessary personal items
BOARDING STUDENTS ADDITIONAL
CHECKLIST OF WHAT TO BRING
· Sleeping Bag/ Foamy or blow up mattress
· Toilet Articles (toothbrush, soap, towel, shampoo, face cloth, etc.)
· Light Jacket
· Padlock with two keys -or a combination lock
· Swim Suit and Beach Towel
· Jeans and T-shirts
· Bag (or pillow case) for dirty laundry
EXPECTATIONS FOR BOARDING STUDENTS
Our Counselors are very responsible and helpful - but they don’t replace Mom or Dad and they have a whole group to look out for. It is therefore partly the responsibility of each boarding student to follow a few simple rules:
1.Keep your clothes in order, and the area around your bunk clean and tidy. Pick up dirty clothes and put them away.
2.Wash & shower regularly. Clean your teeth and change your clothes often.
3.Sufficient fluid intake is important for peak athletic performance.
4.Make sure you get enough sleep.
5.Always wear shoes when you are outside -and a hat and shirt to avoid sunburn
6.DO NOT consume food or beverages in your Dorm Room.
1.follow your group schedule and eat at the correct times so you don’t create lineups.
2.be friendly and courteous to the kitchen staff
3.we expect proper table manners and cleanup of your tray following meals
BED TIME FOR BOARDING STUDENTS
Your days will be busy and you should be more than ready when “lights out ”is called. You will need sufficient sleep to have a good camp experience. Camp will not be nearly as rewarding or as much fun if you are tired. Clean up and prepare for bed so you are ready when the Counselor announces lights out. If you have a late ice time, BE VERY QUIET when you come into the Dorm. Other players will be asleep and probably will be getting up very early. PLEASE BE CONSIDERATE.