GT Performance Hockey is proud to work within EHPC to be the first business in Manitoba to provide hockey skills training on synthetic ice.
- Boasts a 32 by 44 foot enclosed surface
- Surface is newly located within EHPC walls.
- Synthetic ice sessions run from March - end of August / to mid September.
- Private and Semi-private sessions will be available this season.
- 6 week camps will be held at the EHPC this summer combining the following:
- Synthetic ice training
- Skating treadmill work
- On ice sessions in Winnipeg
- Camps held for regional prospects of our U13AA, U15AAA and U18AAA programs.
GT Performance offers individual private instruction for your player. Each session is 45 mins in duration.
As parents, we all see areas for improvement in our player’s game, private instruction is a great way for your player to get the instruction they may not get during a practice, where the coach is focused on overall team improvements, and less focused on your player’s wrist shot, cross overs, pivots, passing & receiving of pucks, one-timers, etc.
Semi private sessions are for small groups (2-3 players) who want to improve a particular skill as a small group. As in private sessions, the goal is to improve on a player’s skills and develop new abilities with increased repetition so it becomes ingrained into muscle memory.
Semi private sessions (50 mins) allow for some live play among peers, timings drills, etc. We suggest joining with similarly skilled players so that each player can get the most out of the sessions.
This type of instruction will be related to ongoing camps within EHPC, where 3-4 players will rotate between various activities within the camp.
Players will rotate between skating treadmill, to synthetic ice training and finish up at dryland 2 to 3 days per week. Synthetic ice training will be dedicated to an individual skill (stick handling, pivots, backward crossovers, wrist shot, one timers, etc.). The programming will be specific, the instructor will break down the skill into its individual components and have the players perform a progression of the technique in order to improve the skill as a whole.