Elite Hockey Camp in Montreal
June 29 to July 3, 2020
Ronald Caron Rink
Saint-Laurent, QC H4L 3X7, Canada
Ouellette & Poulin Hockey Camps are designed to perfect the athlete’s technical and tactical individual skills. Our strategic plan will empower young athletes with tools to execute the fundamentals aptitudes related to hockey at the highest level while enjoying the process.
Past Coaches include Olympians Julie Chu, Charline Labonté, Lauriane Rougeau, Kim St-Pierre, Mélodie Daoust, Noémie Marin, Geneviève Lacasse, Catherine Ward, France St- Louis and several members of Les Canadiennes de Montreal.
About Marie-Philip Poulin
Marie-Philip is a three-time Olympic medalist (2 Gold, 1 Silver). She participated in the 2010-2014-2018 Olympic Winter Games. She is the National Women’s Team captain since the 2014-2015 season. Marie-Philip played in 6 IIHF World Championships and 6 Four Nations Cup. She is a member of the CWHL Les Canadiennes de Montreal and has won the Clarkson cup in 2009 and 2017. Marie-Philip received the Jayne Hefford trophy and earned the Angela James Bowl three times in the CWHL. She graduated from Boston University in 2015 with a degree in Psychology. She played in the Frozen Four three times in her university career. She was a finalist twice for the Patty Kazmaier award. Marie-Philip is a skill development coach with the McGill University Martlets.
This camp is targeted for elite female athletes only.
Players who currently play in elite female hockey in the Peewee, Bantam and Midget AAA or AA categories are eligible. As well as female players currently playing in elite male hockey in Peewee, Bantam or Midget categories. Some players from Atom AA might be eligible with a recommendation letter.
about caroline ouellette
Caroline is a Four-time Olympic Gold medalist. She played in the 2002-2006-2010 and 2014 Olympic Games. Caroline participated in twelve IIHF World Championships as an athlete and three as a coach. She was a member of the CWHL Les Canadiennes de Montreal from 2008 to 2017 and has won the Clarkson Cup in 2009, 2011, 2012 and 2017. Caroline graduated with honours from the University of Minnesota Duluth with a degree in Criminology and Women’s Studies. She won the NCAA National Title in 2003 as a player and 2008 as a coach.
Caroline is the founder of the Girls Hockey Celebration, a not for profit organization that welcomes annually over 850 female hockey players aged from 5 to 12. She is the head coach of the All-Star Peewee team that has participated in the Quebec International Peewee Tournament since 2016. Caroline is an assistant coach with the National Senior team and is part of the skill development coaching staff with Hockey Canada. She is currently associate head coach of Les Canadiennes de Montréal and assistant coach with the Concordia University Stingers.
- 3 x Olympic medalist
- 2009 & 2017 Clarkson Cup Champion
- University of Boston Graduate
- 4 x Olympic gold medalist
- 4 x Clarkson Cup Champion
- Assistant-coach with Canada’s National Team
- Head coach of the Etoile team that reached the final of the Quebec Peewee Tournament in 2017
- 4 x Olympic medalist
- 4 x Clarkson Cup Champion
- Head coach of the Concordia Stingers
daily camp curriculum
2 on ice sessions
1 off-ice training session
1 in class session on topics related to high performance
- Skating execution (balance/edge, power, agility)
- Individual puck skills (deception & dekes & passing)
- Shooting while skating & on puck reception
- Small areas competitive games – 1 on 1 battles
- Position Specific drills
- Game on Friday
Minimum of 1 hour Monday through Thursday with our goalie coaches who will lead goalie specific drills.
Additional 1 hour of Goalie Specific development on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
12 sessions total on ice.
Emphasis: Movement, Rebound control, tracking, individual tactics, puck control. Game specific drills.
Off-ice training sessions designed with the purpose of developing the following aptitudes: speed, agility, power and strength.
In Class Sessions
Conference on the journey to the Olympics and collegiate opportunities.
Sport psychology and nutrition.
Elite Peewee, Bantam and Midget female players.
Download the schedule of the 2018 Elite camp. The ice, training and in class sessions will be at the same time. The staff and conferences will change for this year’s camp.
- Taxes will be added in the form for a total of $540.37
- Registration fee include snacks and hockey jersey and a water bottle.
- Several participation prizes will be handed out.
Optional Hot Lunches
- (including taxes)
- There is no obligation to purchase the lunches, you bring your own lunch.
- Discount of 15% for a 2nd member of the same family.
- Discount of 15% for taking part in a second Ouellette & Poulin Hockey camp during the summer 2019.
- Discount code will be included in the confirmation email of your first camp.
Supervised Room and Board on campus
Our experienced staff will make sure our young athletes are well taken cared of as far as proper nutrition and rest.
- Option to stay for 4 nights. Monday July 1 through Friday July 5.
- Option to stay for 5 nights. Sunday June 30 through Friday July 5.
It is possible for a parent to room with their daughter in double occupancy.
Includes all meals from Monday to Friday.
Cost for a double room. Includes all meals from Monday to Friday.
Players will be paired with another player unless accompanied by a parent. Can indicate roommate preference in registration form.
Cost per person for 4 nights from Monday to Friday – double room
Room and Board including tax: 295$
Cost per person for 5 nights from Sunday to Friday – double room:
Room and board:
Total: $325 including tax