MINI CHOWDER CUP Date: July 27 to 30, 2017 Location: Boston area, Massachusetts Age Group: 2003 Division Cost: $400 (Hotel room and travel is not included) (GO TO OUR REGISTRATION PAGE AND SIGN UP) * Once your spot is confirmed, you will receive an email on how to pay for this tournament.
The Chowder Cup is one the largest tournament in North America with 32 Teams in each Division competing for the Championship.
Our team will be formed with most of our players from the GTA area that are AAA players. AA players who sign with AAA are accepted. The reason we select AAA players 1st is because it is our goal to bring the players from the highest skill level that are the most serious and focused on reaching for the next level. *For players travelling alone we could help and coordinate rides and shared hotel rooms.
Hotel - Hilton Dedham We have already reserved our block of rooms and once your spot is confirmed with our team, you will be given an access code to call and add your name on one of the rooms.
Team Practices *PLEASE ADVISE US IF YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ATTEND ONE OF OUR PRACTICES OR MEETINGS We will organize 3 hrs of Practice ice prior to the tournament to ensure our teams are well prepared and the players can build confidence in knowing our structure and their teammates. Potential Dates for Practices Sun July 9 @ 11 am to 12:30 pm PRACTICE Tuesday July 25 @ 7:00 pm (TEAM VIDEO AND BOARD TALK) then @ 8:30 pm to 10:00 pm on ice
Thursday July 27 – Team meeting at hotel 9:00 pm TEAM MEETING AND INFORMATION
Itinerary Keep in mind we will schedule an activity by organizing NCAA school visits and meeting with NCAA coaches to answer questions. We usually get a favorable schedule and organize our games to allow people to visit the city and schools. Our schedule will permit our players to go watch a Boston Red Sox game for those interested. Kansas City is in Town Friday and we will coordinate our schedule to attend this game.
Staff We pride ourselves in having excellent staff focused on helping players but realizing the importance of having fun within the game in a controlled environment. At Tournaments our program will have 2 or more of these coaches. *We also bring a trainer to assist the players and provide them with the support needed to play their best Jason Fortier – OHL Coach Kitchener Rangers Mike Tarantino – OJHL Jr A Head Coach - Oakville Blades