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Hutch Hockey Camps

New! Year-round Ice in Hutchinson

The HHA board is happy to share that we will now offer year-round ice opportunities to our members. For 2022, there are three camp options – spring, summer, and fall – with approximately six weeks off between the sessions. The goal of year-round ice is to change our players' opportunity to grow and develop with local options at a cost-effective rate.


  • Spring: March 14-April 29 (7 weeks) - CLOSED
  • Summer: June 13-30 and July 11-28 (6 weeks) - registration open now until 6/12
  • Pre-season: September 7-30 (4 weeks)

SUMMER CAMP: June 13-30 and July 11-28 (6 weeks)

Registration is now open. Early registration is encouraged. Registration closes on June 12. All participants must be in good standing with HHA.

Summer camp is 6 weeks! Get a great value, even if you need to miss a week (or two). By choosing a local camp, kids can skate with their friends – and you save time and gas money.

Cost: $300; Mites (ages 4 – grade 3): $200

Days: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday

  • Y1 Bantams / PeeWees (session 1) 8-9:10am
  • 12U / PeeWees (session 2) 9:25-10:35am
  • 10U / Squirts 10:50am-noon
  • Mites 12:15-1pm

*PeeWees can choose the session that works best

Y2 Bantams will have the option to skate with HS Boys or during the first hour with Y1 Bantams. Matt Telecky will be contacting parents in the next couple weeks with more details.

Players are encouraged to register for the level that they are eligible to play for the 2022-2023 season. No exceptions will be made to 'play up'.

Note: the session breakdown varies from the PRCE brochure. Given the success we are seeing at the spring camp, we will follow a similar model and group kids by level.


The HHA summer camp will be coached by Alex Hantge and Allisen Carothers along with student coaches Nolan Reiter and AJ Ladwig.

Alex Hantge, Forward

  • Hutchinson High School 2015-2020
  • Elite League 2018-2020
  • University of Wisconsin River Falls 2020-2022

What is your favorite hockey memory? Winning the section final my senior year of high school

What would you tell the 10 year old version of yourself about hockey? Work for anything that you do whether it’s playing a sport or not, and to make sure that you are always having fun

Who is your favorite hockey player and why? Kirill Kaprizov because he is the type of player that helps make his teammates better but also makes himself better. He works hard every shift and never gives up, and is just a very fun player to watch.

What are you most excited about this summer? Meeting and growing relationships with the younger kids, but also to help them become better hockey players!

Allisen Carothers, Defense

  • Buffalo High School 2016-2021
  • MN Junior Whitecaps 2018-2021
  • Elite League 2019-2020
  • University of Wisconsin River Falls 2021-2022

What is your favorite hockey memory? Winning the WIAC regular season and tournament championship this year at River Falls

What would you tell the 10 year old version of yourself about hockey? Work hard every time I’m on the ice and enjoy the time with my teammates

Who is your favorite hockey player and why? Cale Makar because he makes very creative plays offensively but is also good defensively

What are you most excited about this summer? To meet all of the players and get to help them become better hockey players throughout the summer



More details to come by mid-June



Keep the momentum of the season going with an optional 7-week Skills and Compete camp in the Burich Arena West led by select HHA Player Development Committee coaches.

Players will further enhance important skills used throughout the competitive season and participate in various small area games. Each level will also cover proper body contact.  The diverse schedule and practice plans keep kids engaged and having fun for off-season development and team bonding!

Spring camp will consist of high pace, high rep, skill-based practices with an emphasis on:

  • Power skating
  • Puck handling
  • Shooting/passing
  • Hockey IQ

Players will also participate in small area games, 3-on-3 games, and "The Show".