The New England Wolves have announced their Junior Hockey tryout dates for the 2019-2020 season! Additionally, they have announced the 1st of their Den of Development Clinics and Youth ID skates.
April 26-28, 2019 the Wolves staff will hold their annual Junior Hockey Tryouts at Plymouth State University. The 3 day tryout will feature skill sessions, multiple goalie evaluation skates, seminars, tour of the Wolves Training Facilities in Laconia, and a full scrimmage. The Wolves Full Staff (including Peak Performance Counselor and Academic Advisor) will be in attendance evaluating players and speaking with parents. Prospective Players can register on the Home Page of Wolves website- www.ne-wolveshockey.com
The Den Of Development clinic series, an opportunity for youth players to train with EHL Head Coach Tim Kunes, will commence during Vermont School Vacation week (February 19th) at the Campion Rink in West Lebanon, NH. The clinic will feature advanced drills (similar to what the Wolves do during their daily morning skill sessions) in a fun atmosphere and expose players to the Wolves unique training model. Following a 90 minute ice session, Wolves GM Andrew Trimble will speak with parents on NCAA and JR recruiting. 22 current Wolves players and alumni made college commitments during the 2017-18 season.
Stay tuned for info on Wolves Youth Hockey tryouts. These will be held at the Merrill Fay Arena in Laconia. In 2019-2020 the Wolves will feature teams at the U14, U16 split, and U18 split levels. This past Fall the Wolves youth teams had a combined record of 27-4-1, utilizing three ice sessions a week (including skill sessions with EHL JR Staff), two workouts, and a video session every week.
"We have a unique training model, and players and parents are starting to see the results." commented GM Andrew Trimble. "Sports are great in developing relationships, working within a group, and formulating friendships, but the great thing about hockey is the acquisition of skills and getting better at your craft. Within our program, I see dramatic changes in how our kids train and develop and its fun to see how much they improve. Improvement and success makes the game more fun!"
Register online today!