Over 120 hours of skills and small area training develops our players for tournament competition. Watch the tempo at this practice below.
Vault Summer Training Results:
U19-1 team goes undefeated in winning the USA Hockey New England Regional playing four games in 36 hours with only 8 skaters. Conditioning works.
The Connecticut Polar Bears are excited to announce we will once again offer the Vault Summer Training Program for the 2018-19 season.
The U16 group will be open to birth years 2002-2004.
The U19 group will be open to birth years 1999-2002.
The training will be led by Maurice FitzMaurice and Janice Yang. Click here to read more about our coaches. Similar to last year, we will bring in guest coaches from time to time. Training will focus on skill development, small games and game situational training.
Players will receive more than 120 hours of ice time and 20 games, including participation in the Beantown, NAHA and Stoney Creek tournaments.
A preliminary schedule will be posted soon - it will follow the same general format used last year. Click here to view last year’s schedule.
More information on the Vault Summer Training Program will be announced in the coming months.
To read about the 2017 Vault Summer Training Program, please click below.
For more information on the 2018 Vault Summer Training Program, please click here.
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Congratulations to our Former Polar Bears
Congratulations to our former Polar Bears on their successes this season as coaches at the collegiate level: