For those hockey players who are ready to take their game to the next level or who want to improve their skills to make their next team, Danbury Ice Arena offers all types of skills clinics and camps throughout the year for players to improve. From power skating and shooting clinics to goalie clinics and stickhandling clinics, Danbury Ice Arena has a program to enhance your hockey skills. Check out one of the classes on our schedule that are taught by our highly trained professional coaching staff.
Danbury Arena Hockey Camps will improve the skills of every player, no matter what their ability or experience. We emphasize strong skating skills as the foundation to everything that comes next: shooting, stick handling and passing. We also focus on the most important part of hockey, having fun!
PRICE: $40 PER SKATER
Mondays from 11/2 - 11/30
3 - 4pm: Prep School Skaters and Goalies
4:15 - 5:15pm Local Highschool Skaters and Goalies
WHAT ARE WE OFFERING:
A 60 minute, high level skate, with our NA/NA3 coaches. Work on your skills with an elite staff and get to know our program(s) as well.
30 minute off ice workout for both sessions.
Matt Voity-Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks Assistant Coach NAHL
Brian Allen- Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks Assistant Coach NA3HL
Matty Kasek-Danbury Hat Tricks FPHL
Nick Garofalo-Danbury Arena & Immaculate Mustangs Assistant Coach
All players need to provide a recent copy of a negative COVID19 test and will undergo temperature checks before getting onto the ice. Any player needing a test, can go to Docs Urgent, and take a rapid test in Bethel, Danbury, or its other locations.
Nick embodies both the spirit and passion of hockey. As a career long player and coach, Nick’s commitment to the sport makes him the perfect fit for developing the talents of future players.
He leads our in-house team of professional hockey coaches, and personally mentors each student in the art and skill of the game.
Voity then took his abilities to the NCAA Division I level with the AIC Yellow Jackets from 2011-2014, and again from 2016-2019. He worked with the University of Massachusetts from 2014–2016.
Voity earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Western Connecticut State University in 2003, where he was a goaltender for the school’s club hockey team.