Yearly Program Breakdown
**This is what  a normal year without COVID-19 would look like**
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EARLY JANUARY - MID MARCH

"Winter Program"

10weeks

Early Morning Small Group Work (7am's)

Approx. 12 Skaters Per Group

EARLY APRIL

"Pre-Tryout Camp"

4 Sessions 

Mid-Size Group Work - Evenings

Max. 15 Skaters Per Group

MID APRIL

"Tyke Development"

10 weeks

4 Teams of 8 (32 skaters max.)

Power Skating/Skill Development & 4-on-4 games

"Novice Development"

10 weeks

4 Teams of 5 (20 skaters max.)

Power Skating/Skill Development & 5-on-5 games

JUNE - AUGUST

"Summer Program"

10 weeks

Large Group Work - Evenings

Max. 15-20 Skaters Per Group

AUGUST

"1/2 Day Summer Camp"

One Week

Large Group Work - Mornings Only
2010, 2009, 2008
Two, 1hr On-Ice Sessions

Max. 24 Skaters Per Group

END OF AUGUST

"Pre-Season Tune Up"

4 Sessions

Mid-Size Group Work - Evenings

Max. 15 Skaters Per Group

EARLY OCTOBER - MID DECEMBER

"Fall Program"

12 weeks

Early Morning Small Group Work (7am's)

Approx. 12 Skaters Per Group

FUN FACTS:

 

Bryan scored his 1st NHL goal vs. WSH. In the same game John Carlson also scored his 1st NHL goal. 

Both are London Knights alumni who wore #74.

 

Bryan tallied the primary assist on Rod Brind'Amour's last NHL goal.

 

Bryan was the brainchild of the London Knights "house of green" during the 2005 OHL playoffs and Memorial Cup.

The House of Green is still used to this day by the London Knights during the OHL playoffs.

 

 

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