The Eden Prairie Hockey Association is excited to announce the second annual
Eagle Summer Shot Club Challenge!
Beginning Monday June 11th, and extending through the end of August the EPHA has hired High School players to coach players in the Tria Dryland training area for Shooting, Passing and stick handling.
The hours will be 2:00 – 4:30 PM Monday through Thursday. Except the week of July 2nd. A player from the Girls Varsity will be present on Mondays, and a Boys Varsity player will be present Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
We again have a customized 10 week development course to improve your player's shooting and stick handling ability in all areas of their game. Each week a different shot selection will be featured with video demonstration on EPHA website. Although any shooting, passing and stickhandling is encouraged. Helmet and Gloves required.
Goalies are encouraged to participate too by partnering with a friend to be in the net for the required number of shots for their age group.
Players 10U/Squirt and below are challenged to take 2,500 shots with a stretch goal of 5,000.
Players 12U/Pee Wee and above are required to take 5,000 shots with a stretch goal of 10,000.
Those players that meet the goal will also be featured on a banner displayed at the EPCC, and their picture posted on the website.
If you are unable to attend during the above hours, the Dryland area will be unlocked this summer. Players will need to be accompanied by an adult. A EPHA Puck bag is available at the front desk to be checked out for use.
Be Elite this summer and begin your mission today.
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