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Colorado Outlaws Summer Travel Teams. Squirt (98/99) Pee Wee (97/96) Bantam (95/94). Brian Sutton. Brian Sutton comes to the Hyland Hill Hockey Association from the Colorado Outlaws. As a player and coach, Sutton has experience at all levels, including Junior A and collegiate hockey.
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Colorado Outlaws Summer Travel Teams Squirt (98/99) Pee Wee (97/96) Bantam (95/94)

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Brian Sutton Brian Sutton goes to the Hyland Hill Hockey Association from the Colorado Outlaws. As a player and mentor, Sutton has involvement with all levels, including Junior An and university hockey. He started his childhood playing vocation in the Alaska All-Star association. While playing for the All-Stars he took part in a few competitions incorporating the MACS Tournament in Calgary Alberta. He played his secondary school hockey at Soldotna High School making the All State Tournament Team as a defenseman and accepting the MVP of the group and state competition as a first year recruit. He exchanged to Bartlett High school again playing an administration part as a sophomore and drove the group to State were they lost in the semis. As a 17 year old he marked with the Flin Flon Bomber of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL) were he had two effective seasons. At 19 years old Sutton played for North Iowa Huskies in the United State Hockey League. He endured a season finishing harm by breaking his leg and uprooting his lower leg in a pre-season competition. He battled back to lead the group to a National Championship 1988-1989. He went to the University of Alaska Fairbanks on a hockey grant, were he had four incredible seasons with the Nanooks. Taking after a fruitful school vocation Sutton proceeded onward to play proficient in the Sunshine Hockey League (SHL) for Jacksonville Bullets and Lakeland Ice Warriors, East Coast Hockey League (ECHL) for Erie Panthers and the Central Hockey League (CHL) for Memphis River Kings. In 1996 Sutton left the expert positions to further his instruction at the University of Southern Colorado As a mentor, Sutton has worked with Junior An and university players. As head mentor of the Springfield Spirit and the Tupelo T-Rex mentor Sutton has exceeded expectations at moving players on to the following level. He put in two years behind the seat for Colorado State University in which he took them to two ACHA National Championships with a university record of 45-20-5. As a chief of Northern Colorado Youth Hockey he attempted to create players from bugs to diminutive people. Counting to his guiding obligations at Colorado State Sutton served as the USA Hockey Initiation Program Administrator for Colorado and aided in the State and District Evaluation camps for USA Hockey. He lives in Dacono, CO in the off-season with his better half Nancy, children Kyle and Tyler.

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Jamie O\'Leary Jamie is entering his twelfth season as an expert youth hockey mentor in the condition of Colorado in 2008-2009. He has served as the official hockey executive for the Northern Colorado Youth Hockey Association from May 2004-March 2008. Before NCYH, Jamie served as both the Hockey Director and the Assistant Hockey Director for the Hyland Hills Hockey Association and was an effective mentor with the Colorado Outlaws Minor Midget AAA group. Jamie played the vast majority of his childhood hockey in Chicago and Colorado. He went to and played for Shattuck St. Mary\'s private academy in Minnesota and after that played Division 1 school hockey for Fairfield University, then an individual from the MAAC gathering. Jamie was a defenseman. Jamie originates from a group of 5 kids, every one of whom played hockey (counting his sister). Playing Career: AAA Peewees and Bantams with Team Illinois AAA Bantams and Midget with Team Colorado Team Captain Two Tier 1 National Tournament Top 10 completes Played on the Prep group (Top Midget AAA group) at Shattuck St. Mary\'s Played NCAA Division 1 College hockey with Fairfield University (full scholastic grant) Coaching Experience: 1997-1998 Lead Instructor - Banff Hockey Academy 1998-2004 Lead Instructor, Owner Operator – O\'Leary Hockey Training LLC 1998-2000 Hockey Director – Hyland Hills Hockey Association 2000-2001 Head Coach – Bantam AAA Avalanche State Champions Regional Champions Top Ten Finish Tier 1 National Tournament 2001-2003 Assistant Hockey Director - Hyland Hills Hockey Association 2002-2004 Head Coach – Colorado Outlaws Midget Minor AAA 2002-2003 State Champions Regional Champions Top Ten Finish Tier 1 National Tournament (seventh place) 2003-2004 State Champions Regional Champions Top Ten Finish Tier 1 National Tournament (fifth place) 2004-2008 Hockey Director – Northern Colorado Youth Hockey Association 2004-2005 Co-Head Coach – Colorado Outlaws Bantam AAA Tournament Team 2007-2008 Head Coach – Rocky Mountain Wranglers Midget Minor AAA 2007-2008 AAA Director – Rocky Mountain Wranglers AAA Program

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Doug Smail Power skating mentor The Power Skating Program for the Elite Players will incorporate 3 weeks of extraordinary guideline from Doug. Doug Smail featured at the University of North Dakota for three seasons from 1977 to 1980, scoring 87 focuses in 40 recreations in his last season in the WCHA. His execution was sufficient to warrant see from the Winnipeg Jets, and the following season he was a full-time NHL player. Smail played 11 seasons with Winnipeg, being a main two-route player for them. Truth be told, Doug Smail had a dash of 12 back to back seasons where he scored no less than one in need of help objective, and scored a sum of 28 in need of help objectives in his vocation. Maybe Smail\'s most noteworthy specialty was the point at which he set the NHL record for speediest objective after the opening faceoff by scoring an objective five seconds after the diversion began on December 20, 1981. Smail completed his profession with the Minnesota North Stars, Quebec Nordiques and Ottawa Senators. After Smail\'s NHL profession was over, he played 3 seasons in Britain before resigning. Grants Named to the NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team (1980) Named to the NCAA Championship Tournament MVP (1980) Played in the NHL All-Star Game (1990) Records Winnipeg Jets/Phoenix Coyotes establishment record for profession in need of help objectives (25) Fastest objective to begin a NHL hockey game (5 seconds)

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Program Overview Tryouts – 2 hour assessment 10 On Ice Practices 15 Total Hockey Dryland Sessions 6 Home Games Participation in Outlaws Summer Academy (8 weeks: May 5 – June 30) Tournaments: Michigan Sizzler, May 16-18, 2008: ALL TEAMS Chicago Cup, May 30 - June 1 :PeeWee Blaine, Minnesota, June 26-June 28 : Bantam

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Coaching Squirt Brian Sutton – Head Coach Kyle Diehl – Goalie Coach Doug Smail - Powerskating PeeWee Brian Sutton – Head Coach Kyle Diehl – Goalie Coach Doug Smail – Powerskating Bantam Jamie O\'Leary – Head Coach Kyle Diehl – Goalie Coach Doug Smail - Powerskating

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Dryland Training Why Total Hockey Many advantages to players, guardians, mentors, groups and affiliations: Unmatched Skill Development: Total Hockey gives a situation to most extreme aptitude advancement (several redundancies done appropriately with direction and inspiration). Fun, Positive & Challenging Program: Total Hockey has outlined a "Fun, Positive & Challenging" program (players anticipate coming and have the right mentality to amplify preparing time) that is moderate and valuable to all players. Hockey Specific Training: Total Hockey off-ice preparing is hockey particular and will exchange to the ice if finished with appropriate shape (neuromuscular learning).  Total Hockey likewise gives on-ice programs as an impeccable compliment to our profoundly compelling off-ice preparing. All Skills: Total Hockey gives direction and preparing on all hockey aptitudes, concentrated on enhancing the player\'s aggregate diversion. All Ages & Ability Levels: All ages and capacity levels advantage from Total Hockey\'s preparation conventions. Add up to Hockey gives an equivalent chance to A, B or C players, young men or young ladies to build up their abilities and achieve their maximum capacity. Enhanced aptitudes help players appreciate the amusement increasingly and stay playing longer. Unmatched Experience: Total Hockey on ice and off ice projects are outlined by Dean Talafous, who has played at the most elevated amount (NHL) and has been a head mentor in the top school alliance (WCHA) on the planet. Training Opportunities: Coaches and guardians can learn thoughts on the best way to take a shot at key aptitudes at home or at the arena. Unmatched Technology: Total Hockey innovation permits the following off advance in key regions (skating, shooting, stick-taking care of, multi-entrusting and that\'s just the beginning). This framework takes into account prompt criticism to a player on their change and execution. Ceaseless Improvement: Total Hockey is forefront. New thoughts are continually be tried and found on account of our energy for the diversion and improving players. Devoted Staff: The Total Hockey staff is focused on helping each player enhance their abilities and increment their pleasure in the immense round of hockey At Total Hockey Academy the preparation is hockey particular and intended to enhance all hockey aptitudes at all levels. Add up to Hockey Academy works with individual players and groups to enhance and pick up certainty with their skating speed, stick taking care of, shooting and hockey vision. Add up to Hockey Academy is a best in class 8,000 sq. ft. hockey abilities particular preparing office. Add up to Hockey Academy gives on ice and off ice hockey preparing, hockey facilities, guiding centers and hockey camps.

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Tryouts Each age gathering will be assessed by mentors more than two hours of ice time. Tryouts will happen March 31 st – April 4 th at the Ice Center at the Promenade. Bantams: April 1 st 8-9 PM Blue Rink April 4 th 6-7:15 PM Blue Rink PeeWees: March 31 st 5:45-6:45 PM Green Rink April 3 rd 7:15-8:15 PM Red Rink Squirts: April 2 nd 6-7 PM Green Rink April 3 rd 6:15-7:15 PM Green Rink Tryout Fee is $50. Due at join the primary night of tryouts.

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Practice Ice Schedule Additional Practices and Games to be resolved

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Total Hockey Schedule 15 Sessions

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Participation Includes Again, the program joins 3 remarkable components: 1)   An instructing staff comprising of previous NHL and D1 hoc

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