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Scott Grover Summer Camp
Submitted By ODaniel on Wednesday, May 15, 2019
This camp is perfect for the player (male or female) who want to work hard to improve their hockey skills, in a fun encouraging environment. The camp is offered to players 7-16 years of age during the week of August 19th from 17:30 -8:00 at the Canada Summit Centre. 
For more information follow: http://scienceofskating.com/contact.html

Jeremy Rupke of “How to Hockey.com” is back to run the puck control and Kevin Bieksa will be back this year as well.  Kevin brings a wealth of knowledge from his 13 years in the NHL.  We also have Tim Harrow of “Harrow Performance” to run the players through an intense off ice work out every day! All in all we look to give the player a wealth of knowledge that they can use to elevate his or her play! 

Scott Grover

The science of skating is more than an aerobic program designed to make the skater sweat…The Science of Skating is designed to develop fundamental skating skills through which a hockey player will achieve greater success.

Explosive acceleration, proper use of edges, improved lateral movement, increased balance, and precise stopping, are just the beginning of the skills that are taught inThe Science of Skating. We will help the player take his or her game to the next level!

Scott Grover’s Background

  • Trainer of OHL, PWHL, NCAA, Team Canada and NHL players
  • NCCP level 3 certified coach
  • 30 years coaching experience
  • 23  years experience as power skating director
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