ON-ICE SHOOTING PROGRAMS
My On-Ice Shooting Programs are unlike any other. These programs have been designed for players, girls and boys, who have already taken my individualized Shooting Lessons. We have four different On-Ice Programs.
Summer – Bjugstad Elite Shooting Program (No Contact)
Level 1 Elite – accommodates Squirts and lower level Peewee players. In this program we work on catching passes, passing and all of the shots that were covered in the Off-Ice shooting lessons. Good fundamentals and repetition are our main focus in the elite shooting program (class size maximum 14 players per session).
Summer – Bjugstad Advanced Shooting Programs (No Contact)
(This program has 2 levels)
Level 2 intermediate advanced — accommodates Peewee and Bantam players. In this program we continue working on all of the skills that are worked on in Level 1 Elite. We also start to incorporate competitive situational shooting and scoring drills with pressure. This forces the players to catch passes clean bring puck to the right position and be patient. These are the 3 keys for good shooting and scoring. (class size maximum 12 players per session).
Level 3 advanced — accommodates Advanced Bantam and High school players. This program is more intense, with competitive game situation shooting and scoring drills. We also work on specific shots and techniques that are needed to score on higher-level goalies. In order to register for an Advanced High school session, you must:
Spring — Best of Both World’s Shooting and Skating Camp (No Contact)
This camp will combine 45 minutes of intense Skating with Diane Ness Pro Edge Skating School & 45 Minutes of intense Shooting & Scoring Techniques and drills with Bjugstad Shooting School. Registration will be on a first come first serve basis.
Fall — Best of Both worlds Fall Symposium (No Contact)
(To register go to proedgepower.com)
Our fall symposium at St. Croix Valley Rec Center is going to bring together the best hockey has to offer! Skaters will get a full weekend of skating, shooting, puck handling, and strength training. Each skater will be able to learn and develop skills right before tryouts and the hockey season. The camp will be held in historic Stillwater, which offers plenty of activities for parents and families staying from out of town. Small group sessions will be available for squirts through high school skate.
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: GLOVES, GAME STICKS, SKATES, HELMET, ELBOW PADS, SWEATS, T-SHIRT AND SWEATSHIRT.
Both the Elite and Advanced High School Programs run twice a week every other week for 75 minutes per session (from start date to end date). Each training session will be different.
What we will work on in these programs:
- Catching passes
- Snap shots (all kinds)
- One timers
- Wrist shots (all kinds)
- Understanding goalie movements
- Backhands (all kinds)
- Break aways
- Shooting under pressure
- Mental toughness