Hockey camps with professional coaches from Russia, Canada and the USA. We work hard to achieve results! 265 players from seven countries visited our camps last season!
Florida TR
First time in Florida
December 27th-January 4th, 2022-2023
First time in Florida CAMP of NHL coach Stan Tugolukof from Dallas Stars and coach from KHL club Traktor Chelyabinsk - Danny Sinitsin
Power skating &
Body positioning
-First one-ice session will be aimed at development of skating technique with focus on edge work, explosive starts, acceleration, knee bend, weight shift, balance and coordination. We also focus on the synchronous work of hands and feet of young hockey players.
- Off-ice will include anaerobic and functional training with elements of acro. It will be be devoted to the development of the following physical qualities:
Hand/feet dexterity
Stabilization of all body systems

Players will work in pairs and perform the following:
Work with training balls
Exercise with coordination ladder
Master obstacle course

Gymnastics & Stretching
- Gymnastics training is aimed at improving the flexibility of athletes, in particular muscle elasticity and joint mobility of the ligaments. This type of training helps to prevent athlete injuries and ensure sports longevity.
Puck Control
-Second ice session will be devoted to the correct puck possession, stick handling, and shot accuracy.
Off-ice games
Work in pairs, work with balls, exercises on the coordination ladder, obstacle course. Acrobatics elements are added to the training process in order to improve balance and coordination
Camp Dates: December 27th-January 4th.
EXCLUDING December 31 and January 1
Only 25 hockey players
and 6 goalkeepers.
Our Team "Christmas Florida Camp"
We are a professional team! We always work to achieve results!
  • Franco Richter
    Franco is a coach of U14 AA team Golden Wolfs.
    He was a professional hockey player at team .....


    Stan was born and raised in Chelyabinsk, Russia – the true Russian hockey mecca. He grew up playing on top Russian youth teams and played his first professional season at the age of 17. Besides playing on Russian pro teams for 10 years, Stan also had a decorated international presence as a member of U16 and U18 USSR National team and 1993 Russian Olympic Reserve team. After extensive playing career with Russians Pro teams Traktor, Mechel, and Metallurg Stan retired at 28 to focus on his true passion – coaching. 

    Since 2013 Stan has been a part of the Dallas Stars NHL team as a Development Coach in skills development and individual on-ice post-injury conditioning roles. 
    Besides being involved with Dallas youth coaching, Stan spends off-season summers working with NHL and other players on individual skills development

  • Dany Senitsin (Off-ice Coach)

    Danil Sinitsin is an international master of sports in speed skating. In 2015, he won silver medals in the all-around championship of Russia. Also in the list of awards are silver medals of the Russian championships at distances of 1500 meters (2015), 5000 meters (2017, 2018) and 10,000 meters (2017, 2018). In 2018 he became the silver medalist of the European Championship, repeated winner of the World Cups (2014, 2015, 2016).

    Education: Master's Degree in Professional Training for Hockey Players, Master's Degree in Physical Training. Works within the system of the Hockey Club TRAKTOR.
  • George Boyarshinov
    (Goalie coach)
    Began playing career in the 2008/2009 season as part of the Chelyabinsk youth team "Traktor" (MHL)
    In 2011/2012, he played goalkeeper of the youth "Olympia" (MHL) from Kirovo-Chepetsk, followed by VHL clubs - Klinsky Titan (2013–2014), Ryazan (2014–2015) and Tyumen Rubin (2015–2016).
    In 2016, signed a contract with the KHL club Yugra (Khanty-Mansiysk), and in 2017 with the Beijing Kunlun Red Star (KHL).
    During the 2018-2019 season, George graduated from the Higher School of Hockey Coaches and began coaching at the School of Olympic Reserve "Traktor".

  • Ilya Semenov (GM and owner of Sports Agency US.CAMP)
    Ilya is a founder of the agency "US.CAMP". He studied hockey at the School of Olympic Reserve TRAKTOR. Played as a goalkeeper. He has two university degrees. Masters in Translation Manager, and Masters in Sports Agent. .

7 days of intense training
Every day 2 h  training on ice, 2 h 15 min off-ice,
1 h  Gymnastics and stretching.

Monday, December 26
05:30 p.m
05:30 p.m
Parent meeting

Overview of our Camp program
Tuesday, December 27th - Wednesday, January 4th
EXCLUDING December 31 and January 1
07:45 – 07:55 a.m
07:45 – 07:55 a.m
Meeting at Pines Ice Arena
Main entrance
Meeting at Pines Ice Arena
Our staff will greet you
08:00 – 09:15 a.m
08:00 – 09:15 a.m
coach Danny 
Off-ice coach
Off-ice training
09:30 – 10:30 a.m
09:30 – 10:30 a.m
coach Stan/coach Franco
Head Coach
First ice session
10:45-11:45 a.m
10:45-11:45 a.m
coach Danny
Off-ice coach
Off-ice training
12:15 a.m
12:15 a.m
IHop/Papa Jons
02:00-03:10 p.m
02:00-03:10 p.m
coach Stan/coach Franco
Head Coach
Second ice session
03:30-04:45 p.m
03:30-04:45 p.m
Ann Slobodyan
Gymnastics Coach
04:45 p.m
04:45 p.m
Challenge CUP
At the end of each daily session, Challenge Cup will be awarded to an athlete demonstrating best work ethic!
One day Camp
$ 120.0 ($ 50.0 deposit)
Includes any 1 day of training camp, according to the schedule.

1/2 Camp
(3 days)
$ 440.0 ($ 200.0 deposit)
Includes any 3 days of training camp, according to the schedule.
Full Camp
(7 days)
$ 740.0 ($ 300.0 deposit)
All including
CAMPS 2018-2019
Our past camps
265 players from seven countries visited our camps during 2018-2019 season
  • 1
    What is power skating for?
    Power skating is a good example of the integration of fitness and skill.

    An athlete who properly utilizes power skating technique skates more efficiently, spends less energy and, therefore, is less fatigued.

  • 2
    What is off-ice training for?
    For the past several decades, great emphasis has been placed on training hockey players off the ice. Investing in off-ice physical activity can help players make major on ice gains over time. Off-ice training improves players' balance, agility, coordination, speed and strength.

  • 3
    Does a hockey player need gymnastics and stretching?
    Gymnastics and stretching - these elements of off-ice hockey training are often ignored, although they should be included in every activity. If your flexibility is poorly developed, you spend more energy on ice, often using short steps. This leads to excessive muscle tension and causes micro-trauma.
  • 4
    At what age can my child be at your camp?
    We have been recruiting children from 6 years old. In the camp, we divide children into groups of five by age.
  • 5
    Is it possible to learn how to make a good shot in your camp?
    Every day in our camp we practice a set of exercises for a good shot. We do these training exercises during the second ice session.
  • 6
    Do young hockey players need motivation?
    We think that motivation is very important for hockey players. That is why we give the Cup to the best player every training day.
Christmas Florida Camp
+1 561 541 04 56
12425 Taft St, Pembroke Pines, FL 33028

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