Sixth Annual Ice Sheet Summer Hockey Camp
July 20th - 23rd
Consent To Treat
At The Ice Sheet, we are committed to providing your children with a safe and fun learning environment where they can improve their hockey skills through positive team building, skill-enhancing ice sessions, off-ice training as well as introducing them to a higher level of play.
This July we will be hosting, for the sixth consecutive year, a four-day all around skill building Ice Hockey Camp, geared specifically for your children. Pre-registration is going on now. The camp will include 4 days of:
On-ice training sessions with Josh Angevine, Ice Miners U16AA
Skills Competition & Skills Evaluation
Game Strategies, Stick Handling, Scoring, Offense, Defense & Power Skating with Mariko Rollins Power Skating, USHL, NCAA & ACHA Players.
Off-ice sessions with Parisi Speed School Performance Coaches centered around overall athlete development & sport-specific training. Please visit parisitheclub.com for more nfo.
Chalk Talks introducing them to proper athlete nutrition, team building & how to get more from their ice sessions
And, many other activities that will enhance their athleticism & Hockey Skills!
We are excited to provide such a world-class training camp for your children to experience. We look forward to helping your kids realize their potential on, and off, the ice. Please fill out and return with payment the Registration Form & Consent To Treat Form you find attached. Registration will remain open until the camp is full. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me; firstname.lastname@example.org or, (801) 778-6300.
Hockey Programs at The Ice Sheet
The Ice Sheet offers Drop-In & Stick and Puck Hockey Sessions. Please check the Drop-In Hockey Schedule or pick up a schedule at the Ice Sheet for times.
Youth Drop-In Hockey is available when the schedules allows. These programs are also listed on the Drop-In Hockey schedule for your convenience. Click here for a copy of the Drop-In Hockey Schedule.
To be on the Drop-In List, you must pre-pay to guarantee your spot. We sell DROP-IN PUNCH PASSES for your convenience. Ask the cashier about them next time you're here!
To Sign Up for Wednesday evening Drop-In
please call (801)778-6360 after 12 noon.
The Golden Spike Amature Hockey League is always looking for new talent and kids to join in the fun. They have practices here at the Ice Sheet on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. For more information please visit their website: Golden Spike.
The Ice Sheet also hosts two woman's hockey teams: The Wasatch Wings, President Angela Mass at 801-728-9331, www.WasatchWings.com and the Utah Ice Vixen, President Shauna Slater at 801-698-0247 www.icehockeyvixen.blogspot.com
For a list of other hockey contacts, please see a cashier or call our business office at (801)778-6300.
Donate your used Hockey Gear to a great cause!
We now accept used hockey gear as part of our Gear Co-Op to help get new players of all ages involved in Ice Hockey. All you have to do is bring your used gear to The Ice Sheet, and we'll do the rest!
Policies for Collegiate & High School Hockey Games
High School Players, Coaches, Trustees, Officials and Spectators must enter through the Event Doors on the second level.
Collegiate Players, Coaches and Officials may enter through the downstairs lobby, with Spectators entering the upstairs Event Staff doors.
No artificial noisemakers of any kind are allowed in the arena during High School Hockey Games. They are permitted during Collegiate games only.
The South-End Seating, (including Third Level Seating during High School), is off-limits. Should spectators reach 1,000, that space will be made available for seating.
The locker rooms will be clean on arrival and they are expected to be clean on departure. Departure should be within 30 minutes of leaving the ice at the end of each game.
The Locker Rooms and Lobby are OFF LIMITS to ALL SPECTATORS & PARENTS. This is for the safety of players, coaches and staff.
The first two rows of the stadium are roped off, and are off limits to spectators.
DO NOT TOUCH OR PUT YOUR HANDS ON, OR OVER, THE GLASS.
ANYONE TOUCHING OR HANGING ON THE GLASS WILL BE ESCORTED OUT BY WSU POLICE.
DO NOT THROW OBJECTS ON THE ICE. Players may be injured from debris on the ice. ANYONE caught throwing objects on the ice will be escorted from the facility.
NO OUTSIDE FOOD is allowed in the building during any organized event. The concession stand will be open during all regular season WSU & High School Hockey Games.
Any person in violation of the above listed policies will be escorted from the premise by WSU Police and may forfeit all future use of The Weber County Ice Sheet.