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Summer Camp and Skills Program

By Evasive Staff, 05/09/19, 12:15PM EDT


Become Evasive. Become Elite.

Evasive Hockey provides an instructional and competitive environment aimed at developing elite hockey players. Professional coaches, including Jim Gaudet and Doug Shepherd, ensure players reach their full potential. Our philosophy demands that players exhibit a strong work ethic, unwavering commitment, and good sportsmanship.

7 Week Forward & Defense Training


7/8- 8/21 (20 Player MAX)

  • 2x/Week: Monday and Wednesday
  • 28 Hours of On Ice Training
  • 21 Hours of Off Ice Training and Hockey Specific Conditioning

1. White Group U14: 10:00-12:00pm
Off-ice: 8:15 – 9:45 am

2. Blue Group U18: 12:00-2:00pm
Off-ice: 2:30-4:00 pm

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This program is meant for players who want to evolve and take their game to the next level. Our small group training creates a small and intimate environment to ensure maximum growth of our players. The 7 week program is designed with a progressive approach. Focusing on building skill foundations and blending acquired skills together to create the complete hockey player. This training will develop skills such as:

• Evasive Skating Moves
• Weight Shift Development
• Manipulation/ Deception
• Create time and space
• Stride Development
• Crossover and Transitional Development
• Forward/ Backward Edge Control
• Underhandling Progressions
• Toe Control
• Battle Concepts
• Board play
• Angling
• Body Control/ Checking
• Stick Checks
• 2nd and 3rd effort

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Jim Gaudet – Program Director & Lead Instructor
Jim played NCAA Division I hockey at Dartmouth College. He was the Head Coach at the University of Maryland for three seasons and has experience as a Skating/Skills Coach, and Director of Hockey Operations at First Line Training Center.

Doug Shepherd – Senior Advisor of Hockey Operations
A graduate of RPI, where he was Sr. Assistant Captain of the Men’s Hockey team, Doug Shepherd enjoyed a productive career at both the NCAA D1 and Minor Pro levels. Following his playing days, he worked in skating and development for the NHL’s Winnipeg Jets and helped to design & conduct preseason skating camps for elite NHL players.