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Hockey Camps

Fall 3v3: Peewee Group is SOLD OUT.
Goalies still needed at Squirt, Peewee, & Bantam.

Summer 2022

Age Classifications

6U (2018, 2017, 2016)

8U (2015, 2014)

10U (2013, 2012)

12U (2011, 2010)

14U/16U (2009, 2008, 2007, 2006)


Daily Schedule
Mites- 8U
11:15-12:15pm On-Ice
12:30-1:30pm Off-Ice
Squirts- 10U
Group 1
12:30-1:30pm On-Ice
1:45-2:45pm Off-Ice
Group 2
11:15-12:15pm On-Ice
12:30-1:30pm Off-Ice
Peewees- 12U
Group 1
1:45-2:45pm On-Ice
3:00-4:00pm Off-Ice
Group 2
12:30-1:30pm On-Ice
1:45-2:45pm Off-Ice
3:00-4:00pm On-Ice
4:15-5:15pm Off-Ice
High School
Morning or Afternoon Sessions
Dates/Times are subject to change.


OYHA Parents and Athletes,

We are extremely excited to host The Breakaway Program Summer Hockey camp again this summer. Starting June 12th - August 29th 2023. Last summer we witnessed so many kids improve their on-ice skills, gain confidence on the ice, and develop off the ice with our strength & conditioning/ shooting sessions! Each year we will continue to develop the best camp for the community at OYHA. CLICK TO REGISTER


Monday & Wednesday

Tuesday & Thursday

High School “Morning: 10:00am

Mite: 10:00am

Squirt #1: 11:15am

Squirt #2: 11:15am

Peewee #1: 12:30pm

Peewee #2: 12:30pm

Bantam: 1:45pm


High School “Evening”: 3:00pm


College/Juniors: 4:15pm



2 on ice sessions per week + Off-ice


On-ice Skill Development:

20 hours of skill development with the athletes age group/ skill level. Each session will have unique differences for athlete engagement while skill repetition will be enforced to develop each athlete over the course of the summer. Sessions will also include a variety of small area games, creating fast paced game situations and competitive play. 

We are focusing on fast paced sessions, where athletes will get multiple reps in every drill. Creating small groups with short lines. 4-5 coaches will be on the ice to give athletes an increased amount of coaching points throughout the practice.

Skating: stride/ edges, speed, power, conditioning, speed w/ the puck, etc.

Stickhandling: Puck control, overspeed, situational awareness.

After every on-ice session the group has an off-ice training session designed for that specific age group!

**Goalies: Will have a goalie coach on the ice each session. There will be allotted time for the goalie coach to work with the goalies every skills practice. Within the skill drills the goalie coach will focus on positioning and technique, coaching them throughout the whole session.

We have assembled a coaching staff that brings a ton of knowledge and experience to coach the program this summer. College coaches from Concordia, MKE Power, Local High school's, and collegiate players and goalies. Our goal is to provide an experience for athletes to continue to love the game of hockey, find a passion, and develop a work ethic to go after their goals!


We look forward to working with all of the athletes over the summer months!

Shea Klitzke


*Feel free to call with questions

There are four main tenets to age-appropriate, age-specific hockey:

  1. More Puck Time
    Smaller spaces mean more opportunity for a player to touch the puck – and ultimately improve their skills.
  2. Age-Appropriate Training
    By scaling the ice to their level, children are more involved, more engaged and developing their skills more efficiently.
  3. Cost Savings
    Because multiple teams share the ice, parents save on ice time costs.
  4. Increased Competition
    A smaller ice surface makes players of all skill levels think and act quicker, resulting in more frequent battles for the puck and hockey decision-making.

Source: USAHockey Age-Appropriate Training