NanCover.jpg

Join Hal and AJ for another

summer on the island!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ATTENTION CAMPERS:

Informational emails have gone out. Please check your spam folder if you have not received any information from us!

 

Time to refine your skills on the island with Stanley Cup winner Hal Gill and Gold Medal winner A.J. Mleczko.

The Nantucket Skills Sessions will allow skaters to extensively work on power skating, stick handling, and shooting. Creating a fun, energetic and competitive environment that will allow skaters to feel comfortable pushing themselves! 

During the week, skaters will get the opportunity to develop their edgework, stick work and positional awareness allowing them to replicate game-like scenarios that will carry over into the regular season.

Sign up below to reserve your skater’s spot!

Session Info

Nantucket Ice Community Rink

 

Monday, July 25th through  Thursday, July 28th, 2022

Group 1: 10:00 am - 11:20 am

Group 2: 11:30 am- 12:50 pm

Ages:Squirt through Midget

          Groups will be divided by age and talent level

Sessions Offered: 

   Group 1

   10:00 am- 11:20 am

   2012/2013 (Squirt), 2010,2011 (PeeWee)*

  Group 2

  11:30am- 12:50 pm

  2008,2009 (Bantam), 2004-2007 (Midget)*

     *Groups are subject to change based on skill level

$250 per Session*

 *Square transaction fees are added at checkout

   

 

 

 

Meet the Instructors

 

A.J. Mleczko

The two-time Olympian and Nantucket native is back for another summer of hockey on the island! A.J. is a Team USA veteran that has gone on to represent our country bringing home a gold medal in Nagano and silver medal in Salt Lake City Olympic games, along with three world championships. Since hanging up her skates, A.J. has gone on to broadcast for NBC, where she became the first female commentator in an NHL playoff game. She currently broadcasts for ESPN and the New York Islanders.

Hal Gill

Boston native, Hal is a 16-year NHL veteran that included playing with the Boston Bruins, Nashville Predators and Pittsburgh Penguins.  Won a Stanley Cup in 2009 with the Pittsburgh Penguins. Since retiring, Hal has gone on to head player development for the Florida Panthers and currently works as a television analyst for the Nashville Predators.

Nantucket-Ice.jpg
PSD-File copy.png
Screen_Shot_2022-06-20_at_7.09.43_PM-removebg-preview 2.png
SparxWhite.png
CISCOwhite.png