Hartford Courant, September 7, 1984:
"Jensen is so fast that he ranks second among more than 2,000 NHL and international players tested by Jack Blatherwick, the off-ice conditioning expert for the 1980 and 1984 US Olympic Teams. Blatherwick electronically timed players from blueline to blueline, a distance of more than 60 feet. Jensen made it in an incredible 2.21 seconds from a standing start."
(Only 1980 Olympic and NHL start Neal Broten was timed faster).
Small game are a fun way to conclude a great skills session. Here are small games clips from our December Kingston Camp.
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Players will conclude most camps days with fun/competitive Small Games. We select creative age and skill appropriate Small Games drills that simulate game situations. Players benefit from increased 'puck possession' and time directly involved in game situations.
This format accelerates confidence and skills growth by exposing players to repetitive game situation battles and is the ideal conclusion to a great day of skills training.
It was an honor to have the Burrillville, RI HS Hockey team in the Skills Center today. Great work, men!
Action clips from the recent DAJ/Bruins Alumni Walpole Holiday Camp
Glen Featherstone closes out a recent DAJ/Bruins Alumni Camp in Walpole by reminding campers about the importance of "fun."
Dave Jensen discusses "attitude and effort" at a recent Bruins Alumni Hockey Camp at the Bog in Kingston.
Thanks, Kate ... We look forward to seeing you and Ryan in February!
Bryce was a big part of our older group at our Kingston Camp ... great work ethic and a super kid.
Veteran DAJ Hockey Skills Instructor Shawn Horgan shows how one camper has improved his skating and stickhandling skills at a recent DAJ/Bruins Alumni Camp in Walpole, MA.
Here are a few images from our recent Christmas Vacation Camp in at the Rodman Arena in Walpole: