September 9-11, 2016

Paradise Double Ice Complex
1 Sarah Davis Way, Paradise, NL A1L 0A6

Our Mission

Caroline Ouellette Hockey Camps are designed to develop the athlete’s technical and tactical individual skills. Our strategic plan will improve in a progressive manner the fundamentals aptitudes related to hockey and will contribute to the personal development of the players into better athletes.

Caroline Ouellette Hockey Camps were founded in 2012. Several Olympians and members of Les Canadiennes de Montréal have been part of the coaching staff such as Julie Chu, Charline Labonté, Kim St-Pierre, France St-Louis, Ann- Sophie Bettez, Kim Deschênes and Cathy Chartrand.

Our Coaches

Our Goalie Coach is 3-time Olympic Gold Medalist Kim St-Pierre. She will be joined by members of the National Women’s Hockey Team Cathy Chartrand, Karell Émard, Cassandra Poudrier and Caroline Ouellette

Coaches for the Newfoundland camp

Eligibility

The camps are targeted athletes that are between 6 and 18 years old. The players will be divided in groups based on age and caliber. Our camp includes an on-ice and an off-ice training session daily. Our Olympians will also share their journey through sport in our in class sessions. Photograph and autograph sessions. Goalies will have specific drills with our goalie coach at the beginning of on-ice sessions.

Camp Curriculum

On-ice
Skating technique (balance, power, agility)
Stick handling / Puck carries / Dekes
Shooting technique & passing
Small areas competitive games

Off-Ice Training
Training Focus : speed, agility, power, strength

In Class Session
Conferences on the journey to the Olympic Games, Cegep & College recruiting, sport psychology & nutrition

Cost

Camp Cost: $275 + tax = $316.25
Special cost for a 2nd child: $500 + tax = $575

Schedule

About Caroline Ouellette

Caroline is a Four-time Olympic Gold medalist. She participated in the 2002-2006-2010 and 2014 Olympic Games. Caroline played in twelve IIHF World Championships. She is a member of the CWHL Les Canadiennes de Montreal and has won the Clarkson Cup in 2009, 2011 and 2012. Caroline graduated with honours from the University of Minnesota Duluth with a degree in Criminology. She won the NCAA National Title in 2003 as a player and 2008 as a coach.

Caroline is the head coach of the All-Star Peewee team that participated in the Quebec International Peewee Tournament and was assistant coach with the Team Quebec under 16 program. She is part of the skill development coaching staff with Hockey Canada with the under 18 National team.