All Players,Coaches, Managers, and Schedulers must register with USA Hockey and PYH.
Registration is OPEN for all programs:
Beginner, Intermediate, and Overage Beginner (ages 9-16)
House Mites - Midgets
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Bob Janosz Goaltending Clinics 2015-16 Season
Bob Janosz Clinics 2015-16 Season
Bob Janosz and the Janosz School of Goaltending return for another year! Bob and his staff have been a big part of the growth and development of Perinton Youth Hockey and the ongoing focus of Player Development. Bob serves as The Rochester Americans (AHL) Goaltending Coach, former Buffalo Sabres and Florida Panthers Goaltending Coach and serves as a Coach and Scout for USA Hockey. Our Monday Night Goaltending Clinics have been very popular for our players to "Learn from the Best" and tune skills away from their team with Goalie specific instruction. There are two ways to participate and improve your skills. All Sessions are at Paul Louis Arena:
PERINTON YOUTH HOCKEY "Sponsored" One-Hour Drop-in Sessions - open to all PYH registered players at NO COST: These sessions are ideal for House, Travel and Development Players to work in a variety of skill stations within an action-packed one hour session. Bob and his staff have worked with Beginners thru Professional Players and all stages of development along the way and will introduce players to the concepts they can take home to practice and help with position improvement throughout the season.
Repetitive goalie specific skating drills are paramount to a "goaltenders' success". JSG Footwork Clinic will improve a goaltenders’ quickness and crease awareness in order to be Squared, Prepared, and On-Time allowing a goaltender to use proper save techniques. We will be incorporating new edgework techniques for increased balance and blade awareness allowing the goaltender to “trust their edges”.
JSG Saves clinic is designed to work on fundamental and game situation save skills. Saves clinic will teach each goaltender how to execute the correct save selection. It will also improve puck tracking, rebound control, and play reading abilities to help achieve a balance of "blocking" and "reacting" saves.
Camps and Clinics are for ages 8 and Up (no beginners). Goalies will be grouped based on age and skill. There will be a ratio of 1 instructor per 3 goaltenders'. Highly qualified shooters will shoot accordingly.
The POPULAR Overage Beginner Program has a few spots left to fill - if you know anyone who wants to learn to play this is a great place to start, please let them know about this program. Ideal for kids 9-16 years old - this program has many graduates playing House, Travel and High School Hockey - it is never too late to learn the GREAT GAME of HOCKEY!
This program is for older individuals who have limited hockey and skating experience and are looking to get started. The program is designed to develop the fundamental skills required to play hockey. This program is practice oriented with occasional scrimmages to reinforce concepts and have fun.
32 sessions, twice a week for 16 weeks.
Ages: 9-16 Years Old
Birth Years: 2006 - 1999
Duration: 6 Months (End of Oct - End of Feb)
Fee: $535 - based on 16 players signed up
To register click on the orange Register Now button above, then select Registration Category "Beginners, Intermediate, Overage" and follow instructions from there.
If you have any questions, please call Jim Young, 261-3530.
Former NHL star Ray Ferraro was asked to talk to parents of a club that was going through a tough time, with parent expectations at an all-time high.
This is what Ferraro told the parents.
– Minor hockey is out of control in terms of Parents chasing the dream for their kids instead of kids deciding on their own how passionate they are for it and how bad they want it.
– In the last 10 years only 21 kids who either played at NSWC or BWC have appeared in at least ONE NHL regular season game. Point is if your banking on your son collecting an NHL pay cheque to solidify his and yours financial future you seriously need to stop and come up with a new plan and now.
– The odds of going pro are extremely low but the odds of having to find a career and a job to pay bills and be a husband and father are extremely high and it’s not dictated by if you played AAA hockey
– Parents need to enjoy the ride while you have it … your son’s minor hockey days end too quickly and often times people end up regretting what they did not know then and what they ending up missing because they were focused on everything but their kid having fun
– As a parent who devotes time and money to your son, the only right you have to ask is they give it their best … not how much ice time they get, if they play on the PP, who is their winger or D partner
– Don’t pay for power skating, dryland training, skill development and expect your son to score 50 goals, if you decide to invest in extras do it because your son asked for it and wants to improve and has a smile on his face each and every time … too many parents decide what they want their kids to do instead of their kids asking to do it.
– 12 month hockey is wrong … organized skills sessions, tryouts, spring hockey is too much and too taxing … kids can shoot pucks, stick handle, play street hockey but they need out of the mental insanity of a hockey rink and need to be engaged in something other than hockey … the time away reinforces the passion to want it
– Coaches are coaches we all know the game and think this should be done a certain way … how come we never tell our kids math teacher how to teach calculus but we think as parents we have the right to tell a hockey coach how much ice time and with whom and when our kids should play.
– When you evaluate your kids season, never base it on how many banners they won, what provincial they won, what tourneys they went to and won … ask yourself what improved from September to April, what did he learn or improve upon including non-hockey stuff … evaluate the season besides wins and losses but gains and improvements.
– I have a son who is going through the rigors of pro hockey in the AHL. Hockey is a tough racket. Growing up, my dad never talked to me after a game or practice, I did that with my kids. Just let them play, learn and develop. Pressure is high enough, no need to make it worse.