Snipe City Hockey/Wakefield HPP 2019

Introducing Our High Performance Program

The Snipe City Hockey/Wakefield (HPP) High Performance Program Featuring: Olympic Gold Medalist Jenn Wakefield

  • The HPP will consist of 1-1.5hr skates each week
  • Location:  Ajax Community Centre
  • Time: Wednesday Evenings
  • Age Groups:  U19 (03-00)
  • Age Groups: U16 (04-07)
  • For Stations Groups will be separated by Age


Program includes:

  • 2 High Performance Instructors - Jenn Wakefield (Olympian) and Paul Brooks (HP1 Certified PWHL/JR Head Coach)
  • Johnny Simone - Skills Instructor
  • 2 Team Ontario/Team Canada Instructors (Brianna Brooks/Maggie MacEachern)
  • 1 USports Player Instructor (Brock University) - Bailey Brooks
  • U19 has 12hrs of On Ice Sessions that will include (Skills/Drills and Scrimmage)
  • U16 has 11hrs of On Ice Sessions that will include (Skills/Drills)
  • 40min with Jenn each session guaranteed
  • Max 20 Players and 2 Goalies per Session
  • Cost per player: $350.00 +HST 
  • Cost per goalie: $250.00 +HST



*Limited Spots will be available (Please email snipecityhockey17@gmail.com directly to inquire or register below)

 

Striving for GOLD!

Striving for GOLD!

SCH/Wakefield HPP Skates 2019

U19 HPP Skate (SOLDOUT)

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Day:  Wednesday's

Where:  ACC Pad #3 


      May 22nd 6:30-7:30pm (1hr)   


May 29th (1.5hrs) 6:30-7:30pm 7:30-8:00pm   Scrimmage Pad #4    


June 5th (1.5hrs) 6:30-7:30pm 7:30-8:00pm   Scrimmage Pad #4   


June 12th (1.5hrs) 6:30-7:30pm 7:30-8:00pm   Scrimmage Pad #4   


June 19th (1.5hrs) 6:30-7:30pm   7:30-8:00pm Scrimmage Pad #4   


June 26th (1.5hrs) 6:30-7:30pm 7:30-8:00pm   Scrimmage Pad #4   


July 3rd  8:00-9:30pm (1.5hrs) 9:00-9:30pm

Scrimmage  

 

July 24th 6:30-7:30pm (1hr)  

 

July 31st  6:30-7:30pm (1hr)    


  Total:   12hrs of ice    


Cost per Player:  $350.00 + HST

Cost per Goalie:  $250.00 + HST

Register here

U14/U16 HPP Skate (SOLDOUT)

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Day: Wednesday's

Where:  ACC Pad  #4


      May 29th (1.5hrs) 6:00-7:30pm Pad #4   


June 5th (1.5hrs) 6:00-7:30pm Pad #4   


June  12th (1.5hrs) 6:00-7:30pm Pad #4   


June  19th (1.5hrs) 6:00-7:30pm Pad #4   


June  26th (1.5hrs) 6:00-7:30pm Pad #4   


July 3rd   (1.5hrs) 6:30-8:00pm Pad #3   


July 24th (1hr) 7:00-8:00pm Pad #4   


July 31st (1hr) 7:00-8:00pm Pad #4      


Total:   11hrs of ice       


Cost per Player:  $350.00 + HST

Cost per Goalie:  $250.00 + HST

Register Here

Jennifer Wakefield

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Jenn's BIO

 Jennifer Wakefield - (Olympic Gold Medalist)/Professional ice hockey player that has represented Canada at the International Level, playing in the Olympic Games and IIHF World Championships. Jennifer was born in Scarborough, but grew up in Pickering playing for Durham West. Jennifer began her University career in 2007, and graduated from Boston University in 2012. She currently resides in Bowmanville, but spends her season playing professional hockey in Sweden. 

  • 2014 Olympic Gold Medalist
  • 2018 Olympic Silver Medalist
  • 2010 Olympic Alternate
  • 1x World Champion (‘11/12), 5x silver medalist (‘15/16, ‘14/15, ‘12/13, ‘10/11, ‘16/17)
  • Played three seasons in Linkoping in the Swedish Dam Hockey League
  • Swedish League Champion ’14/15, ’17/18
  • Leading face-off percentage ‘15/16, ‘16/17
  • Highest points per game average ‘14/15, ‘15/16 (second in ‘16/17)
  • Leading short handed goals ’15/16
  • Played in Lulea (SDHL) returning from the 2018 Olympics
  • Set the record for most goals in playoffs
  • Graduate of Boston University
  • First Female to Win Boston University Athlete of the Year from a team sport
  • 134GP, 120G, 86A, 206TP, 206PIM
  • Captain (‘11/12)
  • 2x Scoring Champion
  • 4x Hockey All Star Team
  • Rookie of the Year
  • Hockey East All Decade Team

After spending time in Europe, Jennifer has brought over many of the European skating and stick handling techniques she has used in her own training. She believes edge control is the foundation in becoming a powerful smooth skater and a deceptive stickhandler. The ability to maximize control in unfamiliar movements is essential to becoming a better hockey player.