Little Pros AAA Program Description
Little Pros AAA Program Format
Our AAA Spring Program will provide the players an excellent opportunity to develop as a player and as a person. As a player, you will get the best chance to develop your skills through the practices, games and our East Coast Ice Complete Hockey Success Training Program, which gives players a great guide to improving their skills away from the rink! As a person, each player will benefit from exposure to off-ice training, goal setting sessions and motivational concepts utilized at the Andrews Hockey Growth Programs Summer Camps.  
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“AAA” Series
                                                                                                      


The 2017 Spring Program takes place throughout the months of April and May and will consist of 10 hours (full ice) or 20 hours (half ice) (depending on number of teams) of practice and 2 tournaments throughout the 2 months - one Tournament in the Greater Moncton Area and finishing off with a tournament in PEI.  

Player Development
Practices 
Included with the registration is 10 hours (full ice) or 20 hours (half ice) (depending on number of teams in the area).
Because Our Coaches are the Backbone of the Spring Hockey Program, We try to Give them the Best Tools, Instruction and Support Possible to Ensure the Players Receive the Most Development Possible Throughout the Short Spring Season.  Coaches are provided with an age specific practice manual with progressive plans that have been proven successful with many other teams. They are also given access to world-class resources to help in developing the players as best as possible. 

Resources available to coaches:
  • Access to Our Hockey Coaches Guide (www.hockeycoachesguide.com) Where Coaches have Access to Hundreds of Proven Drills, Practice Plans and Other Resources to Aid in Player Development.  
  • Have Access to Josh Andrews and East Coast Ice Mentor Coaches to Help Them Grow as a Coach
  • Access to Andrews Hockey's Coaching Resources - Including age specific curriculums for on ice, off ice and leadership development. 
  • Our Coaches also invited to Coaching Seminars on Various Coaching Topics
ECI Complete Hockey Success Training Program
This is a new addition to the program and will be a Comprehensive manual given to players by their coaches that includes:
  • Technical Hockey Skill Homework
    • Smart Shooting
    • Puck Control
    • Skating Development
  • Character & Leadership Development Homework
    • Articles and exercises on topics, such as Attitude, Adversity, Teamwork etc…
Team Selection
The team must include 9 forwards, 6 defensemen and 2 goalies. The coach can recruit through minor hockey will select the team. No Identification sessions are needed. 

The goal is to complete the roster by the new year or as quickly as possible in order to get the team together on a consistent basis throughout the winter with hopes to provide a great supplement to their minor hockey development.

Registration
$529.00 (+HST) – New Player Requiring Jersey
$479.00 (+HST) – Returning Player Not Requiring Jersey
Program Cost Includes:
  • Game Jersey (if paid for) & Socks 
  • 2 Tournaments (minimum 4 games each)
  • Practice Hours: 20 (half ice) or 10 (full ice) Hours (depending on number of teams in area)
  • Practice Jersey
  • ECI Hockey Homework Training Program
  • 2 High Performance Goaltending Clinics (Goalies)
Payment Schedule:
$200 Non Refundable Deposit Due Upon Acceptance of Spot on Team to Hold Spot
February 1, 2017 – Balance of Payment Due

Registration Insurance
As injuries often occur, ECI provides our players the opportunity to purchase insurance, which will refund a player’s registration fee on a pro-rated basis. 

Note: This is not player insurance as all registered players are automatically covered, it is simply insurance on the registration fee.
Cancellations and Refunds

As we base the registration on a full roster of 17, we do not offer an open refund policy.

Sponsorship Program 
Players have the opportunity to fund-raise and get sponsors to help cover the cost of their spring hockey expenses. Funds collected through the Sponsorship Program go directly to the player.