ONT-ETC MENTORSHIP CAMP
***BY INVITATION ONLY ***
Showcasing the Top 2009 Born Players from Ontario & Quebec
Monday July 5th - Friday July 9th,2021
5920 Chemin de la Côte-de-Liesse
This one-week NHL inspired Top Prospect Camp is unique and exclusive to top Ontario 2009 born players.
Selected players will have a similar experience
to U-16 Team Ontario and U-18 Team Canada Development Camps.
Players will “Train Like The Pros” for the entire week at the state of the art Hockey Etcetera facility located just west of Montreal.
(NHL dressing rooms, Players Lounge, Bistro, Two Gyms and more...)
This one week camp will provide a future generation of 2009 ELITE talent in ONTARIO & QUEBEC with:
Elite On-Ice Training
Advanced Skills - Edgework - Powerskating
Game Situational Drills - Hockey Sense Workshops
Puck Protection - Winning Battles Workshops
Train Off-Ice Like The Pros
Elite Dry-Land Training
Top professional dry-land trainers from Junxion Performance will have players train off-ice like the NHL players they train in the off season.
Current and former NHL players, coaches and 1st round picks will share their hockey journey to the NHL.
NHL Agent & Scout Seminar
They will share what it takes to become an NHL Player & what scouts and agents look for in a player.
Video Day & 3-on-3 Mini Tournament
Thursday will include a video review for player improvement and good habit creation.
Friday will put improved skills into practice with a 3-on-3 tournament.
Elite On-Ice & Off-Ice Training
The HOCKEY ETCETERA MENTORSHIP CAMP will surround players with the most resources and tools both on and off the ice to prepare them for the next steps in their hockey journey. This ELITE curriculum will give registered players the advantage over the competition.
Top 2009 born players residing in Ontario consisting of 13 skaters and 2 goalies will be put through a world class intensive camp over 5 days.
What's Included With Your Registration
MAXIMUM OF 15 INVITATION ONLY TOP ONTARIO 2009 BORN PLAYERS
(13 Skaters & 2 Goalies)
FOUR DAYS OF INTENSIVE ON-ICE & OFF-ICE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
FIVE DAYS OF PROFESSIONAL SEMINARS (NHL Guests)
VIDEO HABITS REVIEW (Thursday)
3-ON-3 TOURNAMENT (Friday)
Custom Jersey, T-Shirt & Shorts
Lunch Included Everyday at The Bistro
Water Bottle and More
Quebec Players Currently Registered
About Your Instructors
Nick Orlando, Director & Head Trainer
Nick has trained over dozens of current and former NHL players. He offers unrivaled hockey specific training in an explosive program designed to maximize potential for every player. His combination of skill and game situation drills enable elite players to push themselves to new levels. The execution, speed and skill that are required of these drills attract talented players from across
Quebec minor ranks (draft eligible AAA, Prep School, USHL, Jr. A, QMJHL, CHL, NCAA) right up to the Pros (AHL, KHL and NHL).
Angelo Esposito, Player Development Specialist
Angelo was drafted in the 1st round by the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2007. He played in the ECHL, AHL and most recently in Europe. He competed for Team Quebec as a captain during his QMJHL rookie season in the 2006 World U-17 Hockey Challenge, capturing gold. Later that year, he also captained Team Canada’s U-18 squad at the 2006 Ivan Hilinka Memorial Tournament and won another gold. He made Team Canada’s World Junior Team in 2009 scoring 4 points in 6 games, including the game winning goal in the gold medal game, helping Team Canada to its record-tying fifth straight gold medal.
Francis Beauvillier, Player Development Specialist
Francis is a 2012 draft pick of the Florida Panthers. He was drafted 3rd overall in the QMJHL by the Lewiston Maineiacs. He also played for the Rimouski Oceanic, the Shawinigan Cataractes and the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies. Francis played at the University of New Brunswick for 3 years and won back-to-back National championships. Before playing in the Slovakia Pro League, he played with the Winnipeg Jets farm team, the AHL Manitoba Moose.
Jim Corsi & Nathan Craze, Goalie Coaches
Jim Corsi is the current goaltending development coach of the Columbus Blue Jackets. He was also the goaltending coach for the Buffalo Sabres and the St. Louis Blues. Train with the guy that invented the "stat"...!!!
Nathan has been coaching for over 15 years working with goaltenders at all levels of hockey. His experience includes coaching professional hockey in Europe, Canadian Universities, Great Britain National Team program and working with a number of CHL, NCAA and professional goaltender individually.