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Team Camp

Benchmark Hockey is hosting a 4-day, 3-night, Team Camp for the Yale Jr. Bulldogs that will be held at South Kent School. The goal of the camp is to provide the Yale Jr. Bulldogs the opportunity to develop their hockey skills on and off the ice in preparation for the season.


Camp Dates and Hours


The camp will be held August 14-17, 2022. Campers will arrive at 3:00 PM on Sunday, August 14, 2022.


Location and Amenities


The camp will be held at South Kent School. The facilities that the camp will use are Brown Gymnasium, John and Sandi Farr Field, Fathers Field, Guilder Dormitory, and the Admiral James and Sybil Stockdale arena. 


Activities at the Camp


Yale Jr. Bulldogs will have 9 hours of on-ice instruction with their coaches, and many different off-ice activities. On-ice and off-ice activities will be organized and supervised by the team coaches in coordination with the staff at Benchmark Hockey. 


Off-ice activities could include stick handling games, shooting skill work, basketball, spike ball, corn hole, team building, dodge ball, whiffle ball, kick ball, soccer, frisbee, swimming, fishing, golf, street hockey, and much much more. 


On-ice activities: will be determined by the team coaches. 


Equipment, Clothing, Bedding, and Overnight Supplies Required. 

Full hockey equipment is required. All campers need to bring their own off-ice workout gear (shorts, sneakers and t-shirt). South Kent School does not have a Pro-Shop so please prepare in advance. Skate sharpening will be available. 

Some things to bring:

For the Room:

Bath and Bedding: 

Bath towels


Toiletry items (e.g., toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, soap, etc.)

Comforter or quilt 


Sheets (XL twin size bed)



For the camp: 

Athletic Clothing (4 days of: socks, shorts, pants, shirts, etc.)

Two pairs of athletic shoes

Rain Jacket 


Water Bottle 


Camp Health Forms


Upon receipt of camper’s application and payment, campers will then be asked to submit a copy of their most recent physical (within 36 months). Immunizations must be up to date (it is usually just a box that can be checked on the physical form). If the child requires medication to be administered during the camp, we need permission. An Authorization for the Administration of Medication form must be completed and signed by the health care provider and the parent/guardian. 

What a typical day could look like:

8:00 AM              Breakfast

9:00 – 10:30 am    On-Ice Session 1

10:45 – 11:45am   Off-Ice Activity Stations

12:00-12:30         Lunch

12:45-1:45 pm     Off-Ice Activity Stations

2:00-3:30pm       On-Ice Session 2

4:00-4:30pm        Video

4:45 – 5:45pm      Recreation activites (e.g., swimming, golf, fishing, Street Hockey, etc.)

6:00 – 6:30pm     Dinner

6:45 – 8:30pm      Movies, Team Building, Dorm Activities

8:30 – 9:00pm     Nightime Routine

9:15 PM               Lights Out in the Dorm

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