2019-2020 U14 TEAM
U14 VAULT PREP EXPOSURE SERIES
Northford, CT -- Beginning in early June, the U14 team will participate in 110 hours of skills training plus two weekly sessions of off-ice training at the Vault Summer Training program.
Training will be led by current Polar Bear coaches as well as current & former female collegiate players at the Division I and III levels.
Introducing the Vault Prep Exposure Series:
Throughout the course of the summer, more than 10 sessions will be led by head coaches from the following prep schools with more to be announced:
"This is an exclusive opportunity for members of our U14 team and Vault skaters to experience playing and practicing under some of the best prep school coaches," said Janice Yang, Player Director. "We are very excited to support our players with these exposure opportunities while also providing the experience of training at the pace required at the prep school level."
Dates are being finalized and will be announced in the next month.
U14 SHOWCASE SCHEDULE
Northford, CT -- Beginning with the 4th annual Vault Summer Training program in early June, the U14 team will participate in 110 hours of skills training plus two weekly sessions of off-ice training. Click here to view last year's schedule.
The group will kick off the season with the Beantown and NAHA Labor Day tournaments, some of the most highly recruited showcases. For a complete list of the coaches who attended the NAHA Labor Day tournament, click here.
Development training will continue through the regular season; at a minimum, players will receive 3 hours of on ice skills training per week in addition to tournament and regular season games.
The team will participate in a showcase in September and follow that up with the Rush Hockey Buffalo Inferno and Boston Jr Eagles Thanksgiving tournaments. In December they will participate in the Williston Northampton School Jamboree. As the holidays round the corner, they will travel to Exeter, NH for the Exeter Showcase and thereafter Toronto for the Toronto Aeros Holiday Classic. They will close out the showcase schedule with the Tournoi International Hockey Feminin De Quebec tournament in Quebec City in February.
"Our players will have the opportunity to compete consistently against some of the best teams across North America, while maximizing time for development and exposure to prep schools," said Head Coach, Nicole Palazzo. "Our competitive schedule and development program will be the first steps to prepare our players for their careers in prep school and U16 & U19 Tier 1 hockey."
The Vault Summer Training Program and regular season training regimen provides our players 2.5 times more training hours than most New England players. This heavy focus will be coupled with additional exclusive prep school exposure opportunities throughout the season; we will be releasing more information on these opportunities soon.
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