Kearney, NE. – The Tri-City Storm coaching staff is excited to travel back to the Windy City for the next Storm camp this December. The Tri-City Storm is a proud member of the United States Hockey League, the Top Junior Hockey League sanctioned by USA Hockey.
Follow the Storm to Palatine, Illinois and register to join us from Saturday, December 21st – Monday, December 23rd at Orbit Ice Arena. The goal of helping kids of all ages and skill levels reach their greatest potential, on or off the ice by providing a positive teaching environment and instruction is at the forefront when attending a Storm camp. The camp is open to birth years 2004-2012. For just $195.00, you don’t want to miss out on this spectacular camp. Check out the flyer for more details.
Anthony Noreen, the 2018-19 USHL “Coach of the Year”, along with Assistant Coaches Ethan Goldberg, Troy Thibodeau, and Nick Brusa will provide instruction at the camp. Storm Goalie Coach Matt Zaba will provide goalie specific training and instruction for goalies in attendance. Matt has developed and produced the last two “Goalie of the Year” Award Winners in the USHL.
Storm Camps are the perfect environment for players to develop and refine their skills. We guarantee you’ll get better and have fun. Our coaches understand the importance of developing hockey players the right way. This has been the foundation of the Tri-City Storm Organization under Anthony Noreen’s leadership. By surrounding himself with a staff that shares the same goals and dedication to the game of hockey, the Storm won the Anderson Cup in 2018-19 for posting the best regular season record. The success carried over as the Storm had tremendous representation at the NHL Draft this past June, where 5 Storm players were drafted by NHL franchises, the most by a USHL organization in this year’s draft.
Make sure to follow the Storm all season long on social media or by visiting stormhockey.com.