SNIPE & SAVE
A modern concept from Canada for building your hockey IQ!
High-performance goalie and player training.
Date: Easter holidays 2021
Location: Vienna, Austria
If you are interested in the camp and have a few questions about it, please write us a message:
Learn the best from the best!
with EBEL goalie coach Varian Kirst, NHL goalie coach Ron Veit and player head coach Marcel Juhasz
von Vienna Capitals
CGGC Head Goalie Coach
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Player Skills Coach
Owner of Marcel's Hockey School
Nachwuchs Leiter HC Landsberg
Instagram marceljuhsz73 und Youtube
Snipe & Save High-Performance Camp
Goalies training groups 2001-2002, 2003-2005, 2006-2007
Training ratio 1: 3
Training groups 2001 - 2003, 2004-2005, 2006-2008
Training ratio 1: 4
The number of participants is limited.
Skills development Snipe & Save Camp
Training groups 2008 - 2009, 2010 - 2013
Training ratio 1: 3
Year 2009 - 2010, 2011 - 2012
Training ratio 1: 4
We only take a certain number of players that the player is in constant motion and that there is no standing around waiting for your turn.
4-day programs include
10 h training on the ice(power skating, technical game & game situations)
Warm-up & cool down
5x Seminars: technical, mental game, motivation, nutrition for athletes, sportsmen lifestyle
4x lunch & snacks
Video review of the training sessions
4x hockey-specific athletic training
The 4-day training camp is a very technical camp that combines both positions, goalie and player, in a way that is complementary to each other. The training will be focused on building your confidence, skills, and conditioning.
We train our student's newest techniques being played in today's hockey game while being in a highly motivating atmosphere. The foundation of a good skating technique, good positional play, rebound control, and a keen understanding of different game situations is the main focus at the camp.
The exercises and the classroom theory is designed to improve your skills on the ice and build your confidence.
ON THE ICE
Our on-ice training is a combination of the latest training trends as well as time-tested techniques.
We train the modern Canadian goalie system, which places great emphasis on technique rather than on speed and then builds upon that to help you get faster while being technically sound. It is important for a goalie who wants to dominate to be both technically sound and fast, not just fast. Our training system is very simple and can be easily installed in beginner, intermediate, advanced and professional goalies.oalie
Our player coaches will focus on individual skills that are often neglected in team practice.LAYER
For individual skills, we focus on stick handling and puck control in tight areas. We will be also training you Scoring Skills: Stance, Weight Transfer, Shot in low stride, Expect Rebounds, Scoring Areas, Slot Movements, Deflections, Net Drives, Triangulation, Wraparounds, Walk Outs, Cycling, Point Shots, Bad Angles. We will be working on skating techniques to make you a more effective and faster skater. In the stations with the goalie, we will show you where to shoot and how to beat the goalie.
The different athletic methods all aid in the development of a more mature, physically, and mentally balanced athlete.
We will discuss game situations, specific preparation before the game, and a healthy diet for better performance. The main focus of our seminars is a mental game. We've prepared PowerPoint presentations with modern hockey themes, latest news, and videos from the hockey world.
English & German
Erste Bank Arena
Eissport Errichtungs-, Betriebs und Management GmbH
OVERNIGHT STAY RECOMMENDATIONS
(near hockey rink)
Experienced, passionate & inspiring coaches
Modern technical game
Interesting seminars with PWP presentations for athletes:
Mental Game, Goalie Sence, excellence, nutrition ...
To stop the puck, you need knowledge of geometry, gymnastics, and magic ''. Says Banff Hockey Academy President Billy Doherty
Why Easter Camp?
It is the perfect time to learn new techniques.
Bad habits develop over the course of the season. We can identify these bad habits and correct them during the camp so that you can work on them over the summer. It is better to get the muscles used to new movements over a longer period of time, rather than starting a week before the start of the season.