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larry Bumstead Head instructor northwestern Hockey sports camp - 1988 to present Jets Hockey development - beginning 2014

Larry’s ultimate goal is to give each player the opportunity to fully develop to go to the next level and to enjoy the sport of hockey he way. Larry is a certified Hockey Canada ce) with over 26 years of hockey developerience at many levels within minor hockey, of Manitoba Bison Men and currently the St. male. In 2010, Larry was pleased to join with fer the Northwestern Hockey Sports Camp ul facility. Moving forward, Larry will connal development opportunities and direction evelopment banner. Same great programs! d new name! stern Hockey Sports Camp in 1988 and xpanded programming to include developall playing levels. The Northwestern family ring training, summer day camps, specialty AA players, comprehensive and dedicated ol-based Learn to Skate and Learn to Play n winter training academies. Additionally, of the North Prospects Camp for many elite t North America to attend the camp and or numerous Canadian and American Junior h spring, Larry has assembled and coached nd the Girls of the North teams to further gh a structured program of on ice skills and culminates in elite hockey tournaments. As entorship and programs, Larry has proudly ng players go on to realize their own hockey els. Larry’s greatest coaching pleasures are e their successes and dreams. Whether it mastering a two-foot stop, a peewee player g accuracy or a player hearing their name hares in the excitement of these successes passion for coaching drives him to provide upport to players of all ages as he mentors amilies. ember and respect his roots and regularly Ontario. Larry has a great love for the outerman. He shares this passion with his famorthwestern Hockey Sports Camp in Ignace, xperience of a Lifetime”. During Winnipeg coaching or running a camp, Larry and wife as many Winnipeg hockey parents do - by porting and cheering their three children at city.

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Experience of a Lifetime!

Experience of a Lifetime! • all girls spring classic april 11 - 13 • aaa spring training april 14 - May 21 • nHl Hockey (3 X 3, 4 X 4, 5 X 5 ) June 2 - 26 • JUnior a prep caMp august 5 - 21 • FeMale aaa prep caMp august 5 - 11 • initiation caMp august 4 - 8 • coMpetitiVe caMp august 4 - 8 • HigH perForMance caMp august 11 - 15 • all girls caMp august 18 - 22 • aaa caMp august 23 - 28 • preseason DeVelopMent caMp september 2 - 18 • in-season DeVlopMent november to February • teaM & specialty clinics year round availability

Building on 26 years of hockey development prominence, Northwestern Hockey Sports Camp is pleased to continue offering positive hockey development opportunities to players of all ages and skills levels under the newly released Jets Hockey development banner. All hockey development and instructional programs at the MTS Iceplex, under the umbrella of True North parent company of the Winnipeg Jets, will be under the new label of Jets Hockey Development. Jets Hockey development will continue the tradition of Northwestern Hockey Sports Camp under the leadership of larry Bumstead. Larry will continue to direct the Jets Hockey Development programs and provide a need sensitive approach to player and team development that strives to meet the needs of young developing and older aspiring players: ages three to young adult, boys and girls, learn to skate to college. Jets Hockey Development, in accordance with Northwestern Hockey Sports Camp philosophy, supports the Hockey Canada player development model by offering a progression of development throughout the year to complement team play and build on individual and team performance. Progression of development • INITIATION PHASE • COMPETITIVE PHASE • HIGH PERFORMANCE PHASE • AAA • JUNIOR • PREP / SPORTS SCHOOL Jets Hockey Development invites players and families to check out the camps and programs for 2014; we are confident that there is a program to suit your player’s unique needs. We welcome you to the join us for an “Experience of a Lifetime!” Since 1988

@ phone: (204) 926-5866 Fax: (204) 926-5885 3969 portage avenue Winnipeg, MB r3k 1W4

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jhd@truenorth.mb.ca • www.mtsiceplex.ca

Beginning 2014

Does your player want to continu Are you concerned that they will b from an off-season league? Tak This is designed to give players t training and the fun of competitiv players keen and energized on th eligibility criteria: House leag goaltenders – 2001 through 200 be made based on age and skil register individually or with friends Program development Highlig of skill development. Players: Skating & edge control Puck Control Shot preparation & puck handling Shooting and shoot to score Contact Confidence & Body Chec Individual Tactics Goaltenders: Efficient movement Save selection Post Save response & recovery Tactical thinking skills Game component: each session tion in an organized game. Game and facilitate immediate impleme ing and development. nHl style hockey game – rota short handed situations (ie: 4X4, 3 on each bench (for immediate Che Teams will be made from the pro the duration of the program, stand Sessions will be Monday through sessions per week, all sessions ticipants receive a game jersey. S once groups are confirmed. 12 sessions X 75 minutes

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Players have the option to add an ponent at Total Hockey Centre to program. THC (Total Hockey Cent that provides players a venue to confidence with their skating qu passing, shooting and hockey visi tunity to work on their agility, bala Our professional training staff will and build confidence, we will cha tHc stations include: Speed Ramp Stick handling Area Slide boards Shooting Bays Multi-Purpose Station Total Hockey Centre sessions will NHL Hockey schedule. All player each). Total Hockey Centre Development Sessions are 60 minutes and with 12 X 60 minutes June 2 - 26

nhl hockey opt Jets Hockey Development Phone: 204 926-5866 Fax: 204 926-5885 3969 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg MB R3K 1W4 jdh@truenorth.mb.ca www.mtsiceplex.ca

ON ICE only: 12 sessions X 75 mi June 2 - 26 ON ICE (as above) AND OFF-ICE: 12 sessions X 60 minut June 2 - 26


larry Bumstead PARENT(S) NAME: Tournament will Head instructor araderie asMEDICAL girls PLAYER’S INSURANCE NUMBER:northwestern Hockey sports camp - 1988 to present

DOES YOUR CHILD SHOW FOOD OR DRUGJets ALLERGIES? Hockey development - beginning 2014

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Larry’s ultimate goal is to give each player HISTORY OF SERIOUS ILLNESS, INJURY OR theSURGERY? opportunity to fully develop to go to the next level and to enjoy the sport of hockey PLEASE LIST ANY HELPFUL SUGGESTIONS AS TO HIS/HER and the journey along the way. Larry is a certified Hockey Canada HEALTH OR TREATMENT YOU WISH TO HAVE FILE: coach (High Performance) withONover 26 years of hockey development and coaching experience at many levels within minor hockey, including the University of Manitoba Bison Men and currently the St. ms are posted OTHER REMARKS: Mary’s Flames Prep Female. In 2010, Larry was pleased to join with the MTS Iceplex and offer the Northwestern Hockey Sports Camp programs at the beautiful facility. Moving forward, Larry will conRelease WaiveR, assuMPtion Risk anddevelopment ideMnification tinue to provideofexceptional opportunities and direction I/We hereby acknowledge agreeHockey that inDevelopment considerationbanner. of my/our child being permitted to underand the Jets Same great programs! participate in and attendance at Jets Hockey Development Programs or activities and having read Same head coach! Brand new name! the program brochure : Larry founded Northwestern Hockey Sports Camp in 1988 and 1. Do hereby release its officers, directors, employees, contractors as the the Company, Director, Larry expanded programming to independent include developor agents all recourses, claims, causes of action of any kind whatsoever, in respect of all personal opportunities all playing Northwestern injuries including deathment or property losses for which may be levels. sufferedThe as arising out of orfamily connected programs included spring training, summer day camps,and specialty with the preparation inof and attendance at the Jets Hockey Development programs activities, not and AAA comprehensive andbydedicated withstanding that suchcamps injuriesforor Junior losses may have players, been caused solely or partly the negligence programs, school-based Learn to Skate and Learn toor Play of the Company or anyfemale of its officers, directors, employees, independent contractors agents. programs and in-season winter training academies. Additionally, 2. And hereby agree to indemnify and hold harmless Jets Hockey Development, its officers, Larry createdcontractors the Boys oforthe North Prospects fordemands, many elitecauses directors, employees, independent agents from any or allCamp claims, from including throughout Northinvolving Americanegligence to attendthat the may campbeand of action of any kindplayers whatsoever those made or showcase theirarising talents Canadian American Juniorin and initiated by or on behalf of my child outforofnumerous or connected with myand child’s participation A teams. As a result each spring, Larryorhas assembled and coached attendance at any of the Jets Hockey Development programs activities. the Boys of the North and the Girls of the North teams to further Dated Signature of Parent/Guardian their development through a structured program of on ice skills and off-ice conditioning that culminates in elite hockey tournaments. As I have read the complete brochure and agree to the terms as described therein. I a direct resultand of application his mentorship and programs, Larry has proudly certify that all the questions on the application have been answered correctly. I understand that no watched many of his young players go on to realize their own hockey refunds will be made for any reason other than the refunds policy provided. This is also my consent, at themedical highestassistance levels. Larry’s coaching pleasures for my child to receive goals emergency by a greatest trained professional in case ofare accident. see hisfor players realize their successes and dreams. Whether it I hereby agree/give mytoconsent myself/child. is the initiation player mastering a two-foot stop, a peewee player perfecting their shooting accuracy or a player hearing their name Name of Player Relationship on the draft list, Larry shares in the excitement of these successes for all players. Larry’s passion for coaching drives him to provide Signature of Parent/Guardian ament forms positive and innovative support to players of all ages as he mentors ent FortooFFice Use players only:and teams REC’Dand families. RECEIPT #: Larry continues to remember and respect his roots and regularly TUITION AMT 1: returns to Northwestern Ontario. Larry has a great love for the outmail TUITION AMT 2: doors and is an avid fisherman. He shares this passion with his famSpring TUITION AMT 3: ily and many guests of Northwestern Hockey Sports Camp in Ignace, ON since 1988 - “the Experience of a Lifetime”. During Winnipeg AMOUNT: winters, when he is not coaching or running a camp, Larry and wife reGST possible, TOTAL FEES: Kathy spend their time as many Winnipeg hockey parents do - by for the transporting to and supporting and cheering their three children at DEPOSIT 1: various rinks around the city.

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Send Completed regiStration and depoSit / payment to: Jets Hockey Development Beginning 2014 Phone: (204) 926-5866 OR Fax: (204) 926-5885 Jets Hockey DevelopmentWinnipeg, MB R3K 1W4 3969 Portage Avenue, Phone: 204 926-5866 Fax: 926-5885 jhd@truenorth.mb.ca • 204 www.mtsiceplex.ca 3969 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg MB R3K 1W4 jdh@truenorth.mb.ca www.mtsiceplex.ca

general information 2014 summer camp check in Registration/check-in will take place each Monday morning. All players must be checked in by a parent or guardian prior to commencing their hockey programming. Check-in times will be included on each player’s final program confirmation letter. Multi-sports camp - “sport for the fun of it” Every program includes a player specific off ice Multi-Sports Camp that is designed to complement our on ice program and focus on the development of hockey specific flexibility, agility, balance, co-ordination, cardio-vascular fitness, plyometric power accomplished through unique training principles and a wide range of MultiSports activities. family orientation All parents and guardians are invited to attend a pre-camp information session. Note: all fees must be paid and waiver completed prior to a player commencing programming.

Experience of a Lifetime!

all summer programs include • Multi-Sports Camp Instruction • Showdown Competition • Individual and Team Video Analysis allPlayer-Instructor girls spring •• Low Ratioclassic • Daily Hot Lunch • Official Camp Jersey • Super Series Games

april 11 - 13

Jets Gearspring Pro shoptraining The Jets Gear Authentic Pro Shop offers on site skate sharpening, sticks, • aaa shafts, blades14 and- equipment april May 21 repair services. Skate sharpening services will be co-ordinated with the summer hockey camp schedules.

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Medical insurance (3 X 3, 4 X 4, Each 5 X 5player ) must have their own health and accident insurance policy. ONLY prescription medications are allowed at the camp. All prescription medications will be held for June 2 26 safekeeping and administration monitored by the camp director. NO over the counter medications are allowed. Prescription medication must not be kept with the players for the safety of all program • JUnior a prep caMp participants. august 5 - 21 What to Bringaaa All participants must bring their own hockey equipment (including neckguards, • FeMale prep caMp face masks, mouth august 5 - guards) 11 off-ice training wear (sweatsuit, t-shirt, shorts, sport shoes, towel). It is strongly suggested that players refrain from bringing personal electronic equipment. Cell • initiation caMp phones and cameras are not allowed in the dressing rooms. Cell phones may not be used during august -8 scheduled camp4hours.

• coMpetitiVe caMp Policy Registrations will be refundable 60 days prior to the cancellation and Refund august 4 of- 8the program / camp; there will be no refunds following the cut-off date. commencement All requests for refunds must be accompanied by a written request and are subject to a 20% • HigH perForMance caMp administrative service charge based on the total registration fee. In the event of an accident or - 15the session, one half of the unused fees will be returned if the request is injuryaugust prior to or11 during accompanied by acaMp Doctor’s statement verifying the nature of the injury, or the layer may receive • all girls a credit for the 18 entire amount of the unused fees to apply to a future session within one year. august - 22 No money will be refunded if the credit is not used. No refunds will be given if a player leaves because their own desire or fails to attend. In the unlikely event that any of the programs are • aaa ofcaMp cancelled due to23uncontrollable circumstances, Jets Hockey Development will refund in full all august - 28 deposits and balances paid. • preseason DeVelopMent caMp

Program Re-classification september 2 - 18 will be available to players based on: 1. Level of skill development • Level in-season DeVlopMent 2. of tactical understanding 3. Degree of physicaltodevelopment november February 4. Social and Mental maturity • teaM & specialty clinics 5. Playing experience yeardevelopment round availability 6. Overall goals final aGe advancinG decisions Will Be Made BY PRoGRaM diRectoR

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How to Register Registrations are accepted on a first registered basis, a 50% deposit or payment in full is required to confirm registration. Payment by cheque, money order or VISA or Mastercard. Online registration is available at www.mtsiceplex.ca or registration may be done by mail, fax, email or phone. Please choose your desired program, complete the registration form found in the enclosed brochure and mail together with appropriate payment or balance in full to:

phone: (204) 926-5866 Jets Hockey development Fax: (204) 926-5885 MTS Iceplex 3969 Portage Winnipeg MB R3K 1W4 3969Avenue, portage avenue Phone: (204) 926-5866 Winnipeg, MB r3k 1W4 jhd@truenorth.mb.ca jhd@truenorth.mb.ca www.mtsiceplex.ca • www.mtsiceplex.ca Since 1988

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sessions: • 2 – 3 per week, Monday through Thursday evenings Beginning 2014 • 14 sessions, 90 minutes each (60 minutes technical & 30 minutes game-like situations) There will be 3 separate programming groups: 2 male and 1 female; group sizes will be limited 16 skaters and 2 goaltenders per group Male eligibility: 1999 – 1998 – 1997 YOB AAA players and goaltenders; two separate program groups female eligibility: 1999 – 1998 – 1997 – 1996 AAA or Prep players and Jets Hockey Development goaltenders 204 926-5866 Fax: 204 926-5885 21 hours april 14Phone: – May 21 $495.00 & $24.75 gst

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the duration of the program, standings will be kept. Sessions will be Monday through Thursday, each group will receive 3 sessions per week, all sessions will be prime time evenings. All participants receive a game jersey. Schedule will be released by May 15th once groups are confirmed. 12 sessions X 75 minutes $300.00 & $15.00 gst

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i) Power skating & edge control 10.5 hours banner. All hockey development and instructional Guaranteed: Program development Highlights: each session will have 45 minutes directed by Jeff sveinson programs at the MTS Iceplex, under the umbrella of of skill development. 4 games (3x15 minute periods) Many highly skilled players get toTrue the pro-level North parent company of the Winnipeg Jets, will Players:Skills Competition for all participants but still need to improve their skating. De& edge control Player awards for all participants under the new label of Jets Hockey Development. Skating Puck Control veloping good skating mechanicsbeand strong Shot preparation & puck handling Jets Hockey development will continue the tradiFull tournament details and registration forms are posted edge control is a fundamental step in any Shooting and shoot to score www.mtsiceplex.ca player’s development. Often this istion overlooked of Northwestern Hockey Sports Camp under the on Contact Confidence & Body Checking because strong athletes have the leadership natural abil- of larry Bumstead. Larry will continue Individual Tactics ity for skating; however, we recognize to directthat the Jets Hockey Development programs and Goaltenders: directed by strong skating skills are crucial to develop Efficient movement Brent Zelenewich, provide a an elite hockey player. Skating mechanicsneed sensitive approach to player and team Save selection Ice Lab development that strives to meet the needs of young Post Save response & recovery and edge control require repetitive training. and Ice Lab staff. Tactical thinking skills The AAA Spring Training programdeveloping will offer and older aspiring players: ages three to Game component: each session will have 30 minutes of implementathe instruction and drills to raise young a player’s adult, boys and girls, learn to skate to college. tion in an organized game. Game style is designed to increase thinking skating skills and master a higher level of Jets Hockey Development, in accordance with North- and facilitate immediate implementation of skill to increase understandskating mechanics and edge control. ing and development. western Hockey Sports Camp philosophy, supports • Proven on-ice exercises for skating mechanics nHl style hockey game – rotates through full strength and varying the Hockey Canada player development model by ofshort handed situations (ie: 4X4, 3X3, 4X5), all games will have a coach • Assessment of player’s weaknesses in skating technique • Dedicated drills to address weaknesses fering a progression of development throughout the on each bench (for immediate Check & Correct ) and two on-ice officials. • Proven, repetitive drills to develop stronger edge controlteam play and build on individual Teams will be made from the programming groups and will remain for year to complement

June 2 - 26 Players have the option to add an off-ice hockey skill development component at Total Hockey Centre to complement their on-ice NHL Hockey program. THC (Total Hockey Centre) is a state-of-the-art training facility to team: thatenter provides aplayers a venue to develop and improve skills and gain confidence skating quickness, stick puck control, • gowithto their www.mtsiceplex.ca for handling, tournament forms passing, shooting and hockey vision. Players will benefit from the opporsubmit completed forms and payment to skills. tunity to•work on their agility, balance, and hand-eye coordination Our professional training staff will work with each player to sharpen skills jhd@truenorth.mb.ca and build confidence, we will challenge them to excel! • team entries will be confirmed by email tHc stations include: Speed Ramp Don’t have a team? Want to compete in the Spring Stick handling Area Classic? Slide boards Spring Classic organizers will, where possible, Shooting•Bays Multi-Purpose Station assist a player Total Hockey will be scheduled to thethe players’ or Centre groupsessions of players, to form according a team for NHL Hockey schedule. All players will receive 12 sessions (60 minutes tournament. each). • goCentre to www.mtsiceplex.ca for Individual Player form Total Hockey Development : (optional) Sessions• are 60 minutes and with dedicated Staff submit completed form to THC jhd@truenorth.mb.ca 12 X 60 minutes June 2 - 26 $180.00 & $9.00 gst

nhl hockey registration options ON ICE only: 12 sessions X 75 minutes (skill development & games) June 2 - 26 $300.00 & $15.00 gst ON ICE (as above) AND OFF-ICE: 12 sessions X 60 minutes (at Total Hockey Centre) June 2 - 26 $480.00 & $24.00 gst

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This elite program allows High Performance AAA Elite players an opportunity to train son? in aCamp progressive Elite aHockey Development that players highly conditions nce 2002, the together All Girl’s hasprogram provided venue for female to ntally and prepares players for their training camps to give them the jump on success. uild ram!their skills and confidence in a DEDICATED program, the ALL GIRLS CAMP eliGiBilitY cRiteRia: All players and goaltenders who have been drafted or nt or fectively meets the diverse needs of all ages and skill levels to encouragelisted oping by a next WHL orlevel, OHL team. intolifetime the Juniorhockey A Prep Camp MUST be approved by the rls to push to the fulfillEntry their goals and enjoy an program Director. Weekday sessions are evenings, weekends are days and evenings. Experience of a Lifetime``. and preparatory pHase 14 hours on-ice Daily Hot lunch included! s will august 5 - 12 may $275.00 & $13.75 gst rigHt start Hockey Purpose:skills caMp 2006 - 2005 YoBMove players out of their comfort zone. august 18 - 22 nutes execution of skills at high-tempo. A right start hockeyEncourage skills camp that will focus on the development of fundamental Develop a higherchecking, lactic acid tolerance to improve specific fitness skating, puck control, shooting, contactthreshold confidence and hockey an abundance level. of high energy games. Highlights: 2 X 75 minutes on ice daily Overspeed skill training, Anaerobic tolerance, Body checking. Assertive 1-1 puck 1 X 75 minutes Multi-Sports Camp daily tactics, Aerobic interval skills, International individual

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and entry level skating skills in a fun low structured program. 2009, 20 will beon a separate group. 5 Xfemale 60 minutes ice $95.00 + $4.75 gst * Sessions: 8 x 90 minutes ice, schedule will be one to two sessions daily based on PlaYeR rigHt start Hockey skillsoncaMp Daily programming 2009 - 2006 YoBgroup. august 4 - 8 Fundame A right hockey skills camp that will focus on the development Contact aaastart camp - Players & Goaltenders 12 hours on-ice of fundamental puck control, shooting, checking, contact perForMancePuck pHase con 2001 - 1996skating, YoB Male august HigH 23 - 28 confidence and an abundance of high energy games. 2002gst YoB Introduct $235.00 & $11.75 2 X 75 minutes on ice daily An ADVANCED program desig Agility, B 1 X 75 minutes Multi-Sports Camp daily accomplished players with em preparatory pHase 6 hours on-ice 2 X 30 minutes video energizer daily contact confidence, physical che 2 X Purpose: 60 minutes games weekly $435.00 & $21.75 gst 2 X 90 minutes on ice daily undeRC Move players out of their comfort zone. 2 X 60 minutes Multi-Sports goaltenDer caMp right start Hockey skills 20 Encourage execution of skills at high-tempo. 2 X 30 minutes video 2006, energize 2009 - 2006 YoB august 4 - 8 2 X 60 minutes games weekly Develop a higher lactic acid tolerance threshold to improve hockey specific fitness level. Focus is on Angles, Balance and Control (ABC). The primary PlaYeR objective is to improve goalie skating techniques with the common Highlights: Power sk goal of maximizing space. Anaerobic tolerance,directed by pHase Overspeed skillnettraining, Body checking. Assertive 1-1HigH puck perForMance skills, Quick sti Brent Zelenewich, 2 X International 75 minutes on ice dailytactics, Aerobic interval 2001 YoB Contact individual Ice Lab 1 X 75 minutes Multi-Sports Camp daily A HIGH TEMPO overspeed skil Individua and Ice Lab staff. 2 X 30 minutes video energizer daily attack support and recovery che Over-spe 6 hours on-ice 2 X tactical 60 minutespHase games weekly $435.00 + $21.75 gst and team play tactic principles. 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Focus o 2 X 90 minutes on ice daily Brent Zelenewich, Ice Lab and Ice Lab staff. Advance and offensive dominance and In 2 X 60 minutes Multi-Sports Camp daily GoaltendeR PRePaRatoRY PHase: 6 hours on-ice the elite player and team. 2 X 30 minutes video energizer daily Emphasis is on developing speed and explosiveness while increasing understanding of the undeR 2 X 90 minutes on ice daily 2 X 60 minutes games weekly $535.00 & $26.75 gst 1999, 19 aspects of goaltending. Tactics will include depth control, angles and shooter2tendencies. X 60 minutes Multi-Sports C 2 X 30 minutes video energize coMpetitiVe tWotactical pHase caMp GoaltendeR PHase: 6 hours on-ice 2 X 60 minutes gamesPlaYeR weekly 2001 - 2000 YoB august 4 - 8 The objective is to minimize footwork with efficient movement. The tactics include glove Aggress An overspeed skill training program emphasizing skill execution at and stick placement in key situations. Additional skill components include save options, Assertive a higher speed level, and concern for improving contact confidence, goaltenDer caMp Strong - HigHe post skills save and responses tracking and recovery. checking tacticalwith understanding. 2002 YoB 2 X 90 minutes on ice daily Advance 2001 YoB 2 X aaa 60 minutes Multi-Sports daily prep caMpCamp - oFF-ice conDitioning 2000 - 1999 YoB 2 X 30 minutes video energizer daily Essentia of sh havegames the option off-ice conditioning to their Reinforces AAA try-outthe essentials 2 X Players 60 minutes weeklyto add an$535.00 & $26.75 component gst selections preparations. 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family orientation All parents and guardians are invited to attend a pre-camp information session. Note: all fees must be paid and waiver completed prior to a player commencing programming.

undeR 8 caMP 9 HouRs on ice sePteMBeR 10 - 18 all summer programs include 2009, 2008 &Camp 2007Instruction YoB • Showdown Competition • Individual and $175.00 + $8.75 gst • Multi-Sports Team Video Analysis • Low Player-Instructor Ratio • Daily Hot Lunch • Official Camp Jersey • Super Series Games

PlaYeRs GoaltendeRs Jets Gear Proskating shop The Pro Shop offers site skate sharpening, sticks, Fundamental skillsJets Gear AuthenticBasic stance andonposition shafts, blades and equipment repair services. Skate co-ordinated with Contact Confidence & awareness ABC’ssharpening - angles, services balancewill andbecontrol the summer camp schedules. Puck control,hockey Passing & Shooting Emphasis on glove placement & stick control Introductory Individual & Team T-pushes, shuffles and loads Medical insurance Each player Tactics must have their own health and accident insurance policy. ONLY Agility, Balance & Co-ordination Goal to goal space will be held for prescription medications are allowed at the camp. Allmaximize prescription medications safekeeping and administration monitored by the camp director. NO over the counter medications are allowed. Prescription medication must not be kept with the players for the safety of all program participants.

undeR 11 caMP 12 HouRs on ice sePteMBeR 10 - 18 What to Bring All participants must bring their own hockey equipment (including neckguards, 2006, 2005 & 2004 YoB $235.00 & $11.75 gst face masks, mouth guards) off-ice training wear (sweatsuit, t-shirt, shorts, sport shoes, towel).

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because of their own desire or fails to attend. GoaltendeRs In the unlikely event that any of the programs are PlaYeRs cancelled dueSkill to uncontrollable circumstances, Jetspreparation Hockey Development will refund in full all Over-speed Training Shot and puck handling deposits and balances paid. Aerobic/Anaerobic Tolerance Technique save selections and approriate terms Program Re-classification will be available to players based on: 1. Level Support, of skill development Attack, Recovery Recovery with appropriate leg & transition to 2. Level ofChecking tactical understanding Physical Skills & Tactics subsequent saves, second shot preparation 3. Degree ofIndividual physical development Advanced & Team Play Tactics Tactical thinking skills 4. Social and Mental maturity 5. Playing experience

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PlaYeRs How to Register Registrations are accepted onGoaltendeRs a first registered basis, a 50% deposit or payment in full is required to confirm registration. by cheque, order or VISA orwith Mastercard. Aggressive Attack, Support, RecoveryPayment Develop speedmoney and explosiveness strong Online registration is available at www.mtsiceplex.ca or registration may be done by mail, fax, Assertive Checking Skills technique email or phone. Please choose your desired program, complete the registration form found in the Strong emphasis on 1-1 Puck Skills Depth control, angles and shooter tendencies enclosed brochure and mail together with appropriate payment or balance in full to: Advanced Individual & Team Play Tactics Focus on ice awareness & improving Jets Hockey development anticipation MTS Iceplex Essential Team Play Tactics Advanced tactical thinking skills 3969 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg MB R3K 1W4 Phone: (204) 926-5866 jhd@truenorth.mb.ca PRe-season develoPMent caMP scHedules: www.mtsiceplex.ca

Players placed in groups based on age and playing level. Players will receive one session each evening during the week and two sessions per day on weekends.Since 1988 Beginning 2014 Schedule is rotating to reduce potential conflicts with other fall extra-curricular activities. Groupings and schedules confirmed in August once final placements are made.

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IN-SEASON DEVELOPMENT & CLINICS – AAA SPRING TRAINING

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The In-Season Development is designed to complement a player’s hockey season by offering a positive learning environment to increase skill development while the player is in regular season play with their peers. This is dedicated programming that takes advantage of limited down-time, high tempo drills and innovative drill design. all goaltenders will receive dedicated goaltender instruction. There are multiple levels of programming available within the In-Season Development as we offer programming to meet the needs of all young, developing players. Think of this as an “accelerated” academic class; the opportunity to develop to go to the next level... ... for the opportunity of a hockey Experience of a Lifetime! Programming units • Skating Skills • Puck Control • Individual Tactics • Checking Skills • Over-speed Training • Team Play Tactics • Competition Drills sessions 1 to 2 hours per week, rotating Monday through Thursday, rotating mornings (6:50 am - 7:50 am) and after school (4:30 pm - 6:00 pm) eligibility 2006 - 2001 YOB* Players and Goaltenders (2 or 3 groups will be formed, based on age, skill, size at discretion of Director.) development Hours 20 hours on ice instruction * $460.00 + $23.00 gst * * Program hours & fees may change (updated information available in fall of 2014).

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in-season aa/aaa development The AA/AAA Program offers weekly individual skill development to High Performance players and goaltenders. As players progress to higher levels of competition, team practices shift focus to more tactical development and team systems. At all levels of play, building and maintaining individual skiils is essential to raise a player’s competitive ability. The AA/AAA Program offers this opportunity. sessions 1 hour per week, rotating Monday through Thursday mornings only (6:50 am 7:50 am) to limit conflict with AA + AAA schedules. eligibility 2002 - 2001 YOB AA* Skaters & Goaltenders 2000 - 1998 YOB AA or AAA* Skaters & Goaltenders * Placement at discretion of Director development Hours 12 hours on ice instruction * $280.00 + $14.00 gst * * Program hours & fees may change (updated information available in fall of 2014). note: Ages and skill categories for 2014-15 are subject to change. Please refer to website www.mtsiceplex.ca for updates.

individual, small Group and team teaching The purpose of the clinics is to offer personalized development opportunities to aspiring players. Individual and small group sessions will be held on the small ice training rink to create a unique teaching environment for optimal learning and implementation. Specialty Clinics are tailored to the needs of the participant(s) or team. Jets Hockey Development will work closely with the family or coach to determine the teaching focus of each session. team & specialty clinic options include (but not limited to): • Skating • Stride Correction • Puck Control • Shooting (example: forehand, backhand, wrist, slapshot) • Scoring • Puck Protection • Body Checking & Contact Confidence Concepts • Body Contact - Body Blocks • Board Work - chips, receiving, passing • Defensive Positioning • Defensive Specific Skills & Individual Tactics • Team Play Tactics & Systems • Attack, Support & Recover Principles • Outlet Passes • Face-offs • Transitions • Learn to Skate Contact us at (204) 926-5866 for complete information or to book Specialty Clinics. Pricing is dependent on type of session booked (ie individual, group or Team or Specialty Clinic).

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medical and general information form

registration form to avoid disaPPointMent - Please ReGisteR eaRlY - Please add Gst NAME: ADDRESS: CITY: PROV/STATE: PC/ZIP: PHONE: ( ) ALT. PHONE: ( ) MALE/FEMALE: BIRTHDATE: (d) (m) (y)

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spring camps

nHl Hockey 2007 - 2005 YOB ( ) June 2-26 $300 + Gst nHl Hockey tHC option 2007 - 2005 YOB ( ) June 2-26 $180 + Gst

please check appropriate camp(s)

nHl Hockey 2005-2001 YOB ( ) June 2-26 $300 + Gst nHl Hockey tHC option 2005-2001 YOB ( ) June 2 - 26 $180 + Gst

summer camps right Start Skating ( ) 2011 YOB & older Aug 4-8 $95 + Gst right Start Skills Camp ( ) 2009-2006 YOB Aug 4-8 $435 + Gst all girls Camp ( ) 2006-2005 YOB Aug 18-22 $435 + Gst

HigH perForMance pHase* *REP, AA, AAA, HS, JUNIOR

Competitive i Camp ( ) 2005-2002 YOB Aug 4-8 $535 + Gst Competitive ii Camp ( ) 2001-2000 YOB Aug 4-8 $535 + Gst all girls Camp ( ) 2004-2002 YOB ( ) 2002-2000 YOB Aug 18-22 $535 + Gst

aaa Spring training ( ) AAA Male ( ) AAA Prep/Female Apr 14 - May 21 $495 + Gst

please check appropriate camp(s) Junior a prep ( ) Aug 5-12 $275 + Gst ( ) Aug 5-21 $550 + Gst Female aaa prep ( ) Aug 5-11 $235 + Gst High performance Camp Aug 11-15 ( ) 2002 YOB ( ) 2001 YOB ( ) 2000-1999 YOB $535 + Gst

all girls Camp Aug 18-22 ( ) 2000-1997 YOB $535 + Gst aaa Camp ( ) Aug 23-28 $235 + Gst Focus Fitness option ( ) JR A Prep Aug 5-12 $105 + Gst ( ) JR A Prep Aug 5-21 $210 + Gst ( ) Female AAA Aug 5-11 $90.00 + Gst

fall preseason development camps

Under 8 camp Under 11 camp ( ) 2009-2007 YOB ( ) 2006-2004 YOB Sept 10-18 Sept 10-18 $175 + Gst $235 + Gst 14 & Under camp ( ) 2003-2000 YOB Sept 2-9 $235 + Gst

17 & under camp ( ) 1999-1996 YOB Sept 2-9 $235 + Gst

program payment schedule Cost of spring program(s) selected ................................................$ Cost of summer program(s) selected ..............................................$ Cost of Focus Fitness / THC Option ................................................$ Cost of fall program(s) selected ......................................................$ SUBTOTAL ....................................................................................$ ADD 5% GST ................................................................................$

PLAYER’S MEDICAL INSURANCE NUMBER: DOES YOUR CHILD SHOW FOOD OR DRUG ALLERGIES? IF YES, WHAT?: HISTORY OF SERIOUS ILLNESS, INJURY OR SURGERY? PLEASE LIST ANY HELPFUL SUGGESTIONS AS TO HIS/HER HEALTH OR TREATMENT YOU WISH TO HAVE ON FILE:

medical Form • General inFormation

AGE: HEIGHT: WEIGHT: POSITION: 13-14 TEAM: LEAGUE: EMAIL: HOCKEY SWEATER SIZE: Youth M L XL MEN’s S M L XL

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OTHER REMARKS: Release WaiveR, assuMPtion of Risk and ideMnification I/We hereby acknowledge and agree that in consideration of my/our child being permitted to participate in and attendance at Jets Hockey Development Programs or activities and having read the program brochure : 1. Do hereby release the Company, its officers, directors, employees, independent contractors or agents all recourses, claims, causes of action of any kind whatsoever, in respect of all personal injuries including death or property losses which may be suffered as arising out of or connected with the preparation in and attendance at the Jets Hockey Development programs and activities, not withstanding that such injuries or losses may have been caused solely or partly by the negligence of the Company or any of its officers, directors, employees, independent contractors or agents. 2. And hereby agree to indemnify and hold harmless Jets Hockey Development, its officers, directors, employees, independent contractors or agents from any or all claims, demands, causes of action of any kind whatsoever including those involving negligence that may be made or initiated by or on behalf of my child arising out of or connected with my child’s participation in and attendance at any of the Jets Hockey Development programs or activities. Dated

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I have read the complete brochure and application and agree to the terms as described therein. I certify that all the questions on the application have been answered correctly. I understand that no refunds will be made for any reason other than the refunds policy provided. This is also my consent, for my child to receive emergency medical assistance by a trained professional in case of accident. I hereby agree/give my consent for myself/child. Name of Player

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Send Completed regiStration and depoSit / payment to: Jets Hockey Development Phone: (204) 926-5866 OR Fax: (204) 926-5885 3969 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3K 1W4 jhd@truenorth.mb.ca • www.mtsiceplex.ca

2014 Jets Hockey Development Camps (Spring, Summer and Fall)  

2014 Jets Hockey Development Camps (Formerly Northwestern Sports Hockey Camps)

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