Summer hockey camp

Prague, 23. – 28.7.2017

Prostejov, 31.7.-5.8. 2017

 

We would like to invite you to the 17.th annual summer camp of this prestigious ice hockey school, which this year takes place in Prague at the Hvězda Arena and the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport at Charles University and in National Olympic Center in Prostejov where many of world class tennis players train and prepare for season.

During the week-long camp, under the guidance of prominent coaches and with the participation of many well-known people from Czech Ice Hockey, players will have the opportunity to train on the ice up to 2 times a day (skating technique, individual training, “in game” training, tactical/positional play, goalie specific training and shooting) and also take part in off-ice training.

The dates for the Summer Hockey Camp are:

Prague,  23. – 28.7.2017

Prostejov, 31.7.-5.8. 2017

Summer Hockey Camp takes place in:

Czech Republic – Prague

Czech Republic – Prostejov

Zimní stadion Hvězda Praha 

www.hokejhvezda.cz HC Hvězda Praha, Na Rozdílu 1, 160 05 Praha 6 – Vokovice

Zimní stadion Prostějov

www.lhkjestrabi.cz  LHK Jestřábi Prostějov,U stadionu 1,Prostějov

 

 

Sportoviště Fakulty tělesné výchovy a sportu Univerzity Karlovy

http://www.ftvs.cuni.cz/FTVS-1.html

 

The cost of the Summer Hockey Camp is:

500 EUR / with accomodation only for players on student college of University in Prague / Hotel Tennis Prostejov.  4 times meal,complete programme/
400 EUR without accomodation/complete programme daily from 8am-5pm with lunch

  • deposit 100 EUR payable simultaneously with submitting your application, additional payment at the start of camp

  • paid is non-refundable

  • price includes complete program including accommodation and meals

 

 

If you need to help with accomodation please contact our partner company ,owner of hotels in Prague,where they can off you the best price for our clients!

Please contact Mr.Vladimir Halgas :

If you will have any question ,do not hesitate to contact me by emal!
The final schedule and details of our camp we will send untill June 20

CZECH INN HOTELS

Vladimír Halgaš

Sales Director
+420 222 765 710
+420 603 245 757
vh@cihs.cz
http://czechinnhotels.com

 

 

SPECIAL OFFER FOR YEAR 2017

  • Trip for participiants of our summer hockey school 2017 to biggest European ice hockey tournament in Zell am See Austria next April on ice hockey tournaments
  • Moore sports tour off your team ice hockey trips in to Canada http://mooresports.com/
  • Visit a tour of the historic center of Prague during summer camp
  • possibility to visit a specialized hockey shop-Best and Biggest in Czech republic
  • meeting with players from NHL-common photo,signature

 

 

Program

  • seventeenth year with special focus as an international summer hockey camp under the guidance of experienced coaches from Canada, USA, Czech Republic and Slovak Republic

  • under the guidance of great coaches and with the participation of many famous people from the Czech hockey participants will have the opportunity to train together on the ice up to 3 times a day (obratnostní skating, individual training gaming activities, gaming training, goalie training and shooting) and attend trainings and off the ice in the whole week Camping

 

Obvious Daily Program of Summer Ice Hockey Camp 2017

7.00 Breakfast
7.30 bus FTVS-ZS Hvězda Praha
8.00-9.00 self-defense – instructors
9.30-10.30 individual training /goalkeeper, defenders, forwards/ or skating practice /training hockey skating/
11.00-12.00 Lunch
13.00-14.00 on the ice training /gaming activities individually, defensive and offensive activities/
14.30-15.30 training – playground /gym – fitness instructor FTVS/
incentives for individual preparation player of the season, physiotherapy exercises – Mgr. Michael Peroutka
16.00-17.00 training game on ice – skills training game on ice
17.30 bus Hvězda Praha-FTVS
18.00 Dinner
19.00-21.00 competitions and games – hockey school olympics – leads instructors of FTVS Charles University
22.00 curfew

 

 

Specialist on-ice training:

  • On-ice sessions will be led by coaches with specialist expertise in working with youth hockey players.

  • Individual training and analysis of individual players with the possibility of preparing individual training programs for developing specific individual playing skills ( available on request – cost not included in the standard course price), five age categories – for players aged 4-19 years

  • Training focused on the individual needs of players, training in small groups led by a large number of coaches, instructors and demonstrators (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Canada, USA)

  • Tournaments on the ice and special skating competitions

  • Specialist goalkeeper training, both individual and team, on the ice and off the ice under the guidance of specialist goalie coaches

 

Specialist off-ice training:

  • Off-ice training sessions will be led by off-ice specialists from Prague’s Karlov University – the off-ice program will take place at the ice rink and at the university’s faculty of physical education and sports

  • Training will include practical explanations of the basic principles of off-ice training with a focus on the development of motor skills and special training aimed at ice hockey players, with the possibility of planning specific individual training programs

  • Many games and competitions for ice hockey players including agility training (with gymnastic elements) and stretching exercises

  • The entire sports program will be monitored by players’ agents who will be able to help players in building their career, with the possibility of individual meetings and interviews which will help with future signings and negotiating terms and conditions with new clubs

 

Supplementary program:

  • Hockey school opening and closing ceremonies with presentations of individual prizes from competitions and tournaments, joint photos and DVD

  • Question and answer sessions with well-known hockey players and coaches – special guests of the Czech Hockey School / players from the NHL, KHL and Czech Extraliga/

  • Video shows, party games

  • Visit a training session of HC Lev Prague KHL team and meet the players

  • Visit specialist ice hockey stores – discounts for players at the Czech Hockey School

  • Prague – tour of the capital of the Czech Republic

  • Recuperation in the centre of Prague – YMCA, imFIT

 

Age categories:

Players can be placed in a group according to their actual ability on the ice with the agreement with the coaches.

  • camp is designed for all ages 4 to 19 years old – choose from the individual programs shown

  • applications can be easily sent by using the online form in the SIGN UP section

 

 

SKATING SCHOOL

This sports camp is ideal for young children and beginners and has been specially designed for those between the ages of 4 and 8 years old. There is a special focus on general sports training for young children, with the involvement of their parents, and the camp will feature specialized “station” training on the ice as well as tuition in the basics of general sporting activities off the ice under the guidance of specialist coaches from the Charles University. This camp is designed for kids who are accompanied by their parents.

CHILDREN’S HOCKEY CAMP

This international sports camp is designed foryoung hockey players between the ages of 7 and 13 years old, is suitable for non-Czechs and existing members of Hockey School alike. Aimed at the sporting development of young players, this is a truly international camp where kids can meet, interact and train with other kids from all over the world.

JUNIOR HOCKEY ACADEMY

A professional pre-season preparation camp for players between the ages of 13 and 19 years old, that focuses on preparing high-ability or professional young players for Centres of Excellence and Hockey Academies. We prepare players physically and mentally and provide individual advice and consultation on specific training to ensure that players are fully engaged for the season.

 

 

Coaches Summer Hockey School 2017

Radomír Kužílek

Coach Hockey league coach with the experience and the league ice hockey Czech junior national teams and youth teams coach with experience from Sweden, Finland, USA, Canada, the Czech Republic, currently acting as a youth coach at HC Sparta Praha and international secretary of youth. Organizer of international hockey tournaments and summer youth camps. Associate Canadian Ice Hockey Federation.
Selected experiences from the Czech Republic and abroad:
HC Trinec Oceláři 1997-2002 | 1997-2001 junior national team of the Czech Republic
2009-2011 HC Sparta Praha | 1996-CAN-Calgary Flames, Edmonton 2001-FIN.Tappara Tampere, Helsinki Jokerit | 2003-CAN-Toronto-Petersborough

 

Michael Grim

Player career (1978 – 2003)
HC Star Prague – League of pupils – from 1978 to 1984, HC Star Prague – League Juniors – 1984-1988, U.S. Praha, Salty, HC Star Prague – II.NHL – 1988-2003 (15 seasons)
Coaching career (since 2003)
sixth head coach and 7 class pupils League – HC Star Prague (born 1996 and 1997) – 2007 to 2008, the fifth head coach and 6.třídy student in the league – HC Star Prague (born 1999 and 2000) – 2010
Professional Career
Committee member HC Star Prague – from 2003 to 2008, chairman of the HC Star Prague – 2008-20122

Karel Najman

His professional playing career started in 1975 at the club HC Sparta Praha. In the next few years, the clubs such as HK Dukla Trencin, again HC Sparta Praha, Plzen and HC BK Mlada Boleslav.

His coaching career has enriched among others in 2002 and 2003 when he was head coach of the Czech national team U18 and also in 2005 and 2006 when he worked at the Czech U18 national team as assistant coach. He currently works as a coach in the youth categories of HC Star Prague.

Radek Svoboda

Brno pupil that makes a part of his active career allied with the military club in Jihlava. During this period, won one world title, three silver medals, two World Championships and one at the Winter Olympics. In addition, it boasts four league championships.
Coaching career began in the 1999-2000 season with the team Dukla Jihlava as an assistant coach. The post of assistant head coach lasted another two seasons. In 2002-2003 Svoboda has coached Radoslav as head coach in Division One Zdar, gradually replaced by HC Hradec Kralove, HC Kometa Brno (here as an assistant coach), HHK Great Meziříčí – with the team advanced from the regional championship in the second national league, HC Přerov, HC Rebel Brod (assistant), HC Vrchlabí and most recently in the 2010-11 season was the Hornets HC bench Kutna Hora.

Tomáš Sršeň

He began his career in his hometown team TJ DS Olomouc. The competition had the highest debut in the team HC Zetor Brno in 1985, and played you for the Czechoslovak national team. He was drafted in the seventh round 147th overall In 1987 Edmonton Oilers team, but remained in Czechoslovakia in the next three seasons. The NHL Oilers made his debut for the team in the season 1990/1991, but has appeared in only two games and managed to fire one shot on goal and then spent the rest of the season in the AHL team in Cape Breton Oilers.
Achievements and awards: 1993/1994 Elitserien (Trophy Hakan Looby) – Top scorer (28 goals) – became the first Czech who won this trophy, 1995/1996 – All-Stars in the league, 1996/1997 – All-Stars in the league, 1996/1997 the most productive players Extraliga playoffs (17 points)

Richard Lobo

Student of the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Charles University, specializing in ice hockey. Coaching beginnings Richard Lobo led to HC Rebel Brod, but later promising young coach moved to Prague to work in the Extraliga club HC Sparta Prague, where he was soon alongside Radomíra Kužílka as an assistant coach at the youth categories. With its category Younger cadets won the second place in the 2012 Nationals in youth hockey. Among other things, acts as a trainer of third and fourth grade at the club HC Star Prague, where he also serves as assistant coach for the category of younger adolescents.

Valdemar Pelikovsky

EDUCATION – Student of personal trainer Diploma Level 3 Great Britain: Anatomy and physiology Level 3, Gym instructor, Marketing for fitness professionals, Nutrition and weight management, Torso training and corso stability, Personal trainer, Nutrition for sports and exercises

ICE HOCKEY EXPERIENCE – Czech extraliga, Slovakian extraliga, ECHL / North America, WCHL / North America, Ligue Magnus / France, Serie A2 / Italy, EPIHL / Great Britain, AIHL / Australia

COACHING EXPERIENCE – Strenght and athletic trainer of Sydney Bears. Running own personal training business

Martin Steinegger

Former Swiss ice hockey player, who played from 1990 to 2012 for the EHC Biel and SC Bern 1025 Games in the National League A.

For Switzerland Steinegger participated in the U20 World Youth Championship in 1992, and part B of the World Cup 1997th In addition, he was in the squad Switzerland participated in the World Championships A-1993, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006 and 2007, and the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. With a total of 219 caps for Switzerland Steinegger was temporarily capped player in his country.

Rostislav Haas (HC Lev Praha) – goalie coach

Born 13.12 1968 in Opava. Pupil Opava hockey. The army played in VTJ Sand (League 1), then went back to Opava, where he worked until the age of 29 years. After Extraliga season 1997-1998 he went to foreign engagements in Germany, where he stayed for 11 years. Initially, he worked 6 years in Freiburg (Freiburg EHC – 2.Bundesliga and DEL – the highest German league), then went to 4.5 years in Schwenningen (SERC Wild Wings Schwenningen – 2 Bundesliga) and last season spent in Augsburg (Augsburger Panther – DEL ).

His hockey career ended in his 40 years as he accepted an offer to working with GDI. He now holds the post of goalie coach at the club Continental Hockey League – HC LEV PRAHA

Jan Soukup – combat training instructor, fitness specialist

Karate begins to pay the recruitment at a primary school in 1989, then moved to PSK Olymp Praha (formerly Red Star Prague) for trainer Kalivoda and fled. In 1997 he visited section Slovan Bohnice (today Kyokushin Karate Club Prague – Bohnice), where he trained under the guidance of Michael’s old.

Currently represents the Czech Republic in the K-1 (the most prestigious competition in accordance with rules similar to kickboxing in the world) through Ichigeki Academy team (same team coached Francisco Filho, Ray Sefo, Ewerton Teixeira, Takumi Sato)

Michal Peroutka – physiotherapist

Holds a degree in physiotherapy at the Faculty of Health and Social JCU in Czech Budejovice. During his studies he completed a long-term study in Finland in Kemi – Tornio University of Applied Sciences in Kemi – sports physiotherapy.

As a physiotherapist working with a number of top athletes in the treatment of post-traumatic conditions and the prevention of damage to the musculoskeletal system in performing professional sports. For example, training in the proper activation of the deep stabilization system on the BOSU ® at the “A” team HC MOUNTFIELD CZECH BUDEJOVICE, the treatment of post-traumatic states some ice hockey players as well as athletes from other sectors.