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Spring/Summer Hockey

The spring and summer brings a number of options for kids looking to work on hockey skills in the off season.  Here are some of the options you may be interested in.

Summer Camp Returns To Greensboro

The Sport International Hockey Academy will be returning to The Ice House of Greensboro, July 9 - 13/2018 for an exciting 40 hour summer hockey camp (ages 6 – 17 yrs. (all players grouped by age and ability)). SIHA is entering their 29th year of hockey instruction, conducting summer camps in 30 locations.


The Sport International Philosophy is "Total Hockey", with the accent on skill repetition and highly energized, originally designed drills. Sport International is a fast paced program, perfect for any level of hockey player. Our highly qualified, "charismatic" college/professional staff, will ensure that every student, enjoys a positive learning experience. Each player will, receive a daily individualized video analysis in a different drill each day (players and goalies). The SIHA "40 Hour Instructional Program", is widely respected, and clearly one of the leading camps in North America. Please click on the following link to view our 2018 Press Release; We’ll see you in July”


Please also visit the SIHA website at to see more details regarding their 2018 program.

THA Summer Program

The Registration "CLINICS & CAMPS" is not currently available.

The Registration "CLINICS & CAMPS" is not currently available.

  • SIHA – Sport International Hockey Academy comes to the Greensboro IceHouse July


  • HMI – Hockey Ministries International is a Christian based, overnight camp in Raleigh June 24-29, 2018





Hepler Strength and Conditioning: Strength, Speed and Agility classes Link to Flyer

Private Sessions:  There are a number of instructors in the area who schedule private sessions for anyone looking to work on their game.  Check with the Ice House for available times.

Relax or Play Other Sports:  USA Hockey strongly encourages your child to participate in others sports during the summer stressing the importance of creating athletes instead of hockey players.