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CDS GOALIE CAMP INFO

ABOUT THE CDS CAMP

 

This year's Goalie Camp will take place June 30-July 1, 2019 at the Ice Den in Hooksett, N.H.  

The 2019 CDS Showcase is for players with birth years 1999-2004.

The goalie-specific staff is there to train you, expose you  to coaches in the upper levels of hockey, and most importantly, educate you as you prepare for your College Hockey Journey.  All players attending the CDS Camp will receive:

  • 4 on-ice practices
  • 2 off-ice training sessions
  • 2 educational seminars
  • Meet and showcase your skills for NCAA Division I, Division III and Junior hockey coaches
  • Train and interact with current NCAA Division I goaltenders

Overall the CDS Camp has been a tool for many inspiring student athletes to prepare for College Hockey on and off the ice. There is no better way to expose yourself to some of the best college hockey scouts in the country than right here with CDS Camp.  

CDS has become one of the most exciting Summer events in the country.  Do not wait -- sign up today!!

Camp registration is $699 for each goaltender.

CDS Camp Info


OUR MODEL

Established in 2009, the College Development Showcase creates the ultimate experience for all hockey players who are looking to compete at the collegiate level.

Exposure
Showcase your talent in the right places. The College Development Showcase is where you will be on the ice with the most college coaches at one time. Many past attendees have fostered and maintained relationships established with the instructors at our camp.

Enhance
Train like college athletes. Our instructors from various NCAA Division I and Division III institutions run high-tempo, college paced drills. During scrimmages, the instructors step off the ice and behind the bench to coach you in critical game-like situations.

Educate
Ask the questions. Gain the knowledge. Aside from quality interactions on the ice, camp attendees and their parents will be invited to a college hockey seminar and an open forum with the staff. Topics such as the recruiting process, NCAA clearinghouse, and daily lives of the student-athlete are thoroughly discussed.