The Futures Development Program, provides an opportunity for players to train under a specially designed Minnesota and American Development Model curriculum, with program administration being run through each of the Minnesota Hockey Districts. Registration will be honored on a first-come, first-served basis. If you’re looking for a Spring development opportunity, this program is a perfect fit for you.
There will be a 15U program for 2009 and 2010 birth years, and a 13U program for 2011 and 2012 birth years. The 15U program will run from April 8 - May 26. The 13U program will run from March 25 - May 19. District specific schedules will vary, but will largely operate within those time frames.
The Futures Development Program is designed to provide a fun, constructive and dynamic developmental opportunity for skaters and goalies during the Spring. Player development is the core focus of this program:
District 2 Practices will be held at Tartan Arena
The Futures Development Program allows athletes to concurrently participate in other sports during the program’s timeframe. It is strongly encouraged that athletes participate in and prioritize other in-season sports, even if that means missing some designated ice sessions.
For more information please visit the Minnesota Hockey Futures Development Program Page.
The CCM Minnesota Hockey High Performance programs are designed to identify and develop the best players in Minnesota and to provide the top players from each district or section a chance to play with and against the best players in their area and the state.
At the conclusion of the CCM Minnesota Hockey High Performance programs at the 15, 16 and 17 levels, our top players are selected to represent Minnesota Hockey at the USA Hockey National Select Festivals. The Select festivals are used by USA Hockey to identify the top performers in each age group for possible opportunities to represent USA Hockey at national and international levels.
CCM Minnesota Hockey High Performance programs also include exciting opportunities for boys and girls at the 18 level with remaining high school eligibility as well as graduating seniors participating in the Ted Brill Great 8 for the opportunity to play in the Minnesota Hockey CCM National Invitational Tournament against the best competition from across the country.
For more information on all the Minnesota Hockey High Performance Programs visit the Minnesota Hockey Website.
For information on the District 2 Programs please visit the following pages:
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