The L/A Nordiques program aims to develop character, good sportsmanship, discipline and teamwork through youth hockey in a family friendly environment.
We are committed to the development of hockey through the improvement of individual player skills, team building and physical and mental training. We will accomplish this by providing qualified, enthusiastic and professional coaching, the most progressive teaching techniques and specialized training programs.
The L/A Nordiques will foster the will to compete in all of our athletes as well as prepare them to become contributing members of society.
Is your child ready to play hockey? We’re ready to teach them!
The L/A Nordiques Learn to Play (Mini-Mites) program starts by teaching players the basics of hockey: passing, stick-handling, shooting and skating. More importantly, this program teaches respect, teamwork, responsibility and hard work ethic. Our program aims to build character on and off the ice, a reward that will last much loner than the hockey season.
$350 | Birth Years 2012-2013 | Ages 6 and under
The mini-mite season runs from October to the end of February. Players will play an estimated 20+ games throughout the season. Teams have one 60 minute practice per weekend and one tournament a season. Practice Jersey, Game Jersey & Game Socks are included.
Head Coach NA3HL / Director of Youth Player Developement
As a player, coach and trainer Coach Robichaud has over 20 years of hockey experience. During that time, Cam has been involved at the youth, midget, high school, prep school, junior and college level. Cam is extremely passionate about the game and is a firm believer in individual player development, both on and off the ice. Cam's goal is to help every player develop their individual skill set/athleticism and reach their full athletic potential.
Veronica has 8 years of power skating coaching experience in Canada and is entering her third year working with players in the Lewiston/Auburn area. She has worked with players at the Jr. A, Major Junior, and NHL levels as well as with hockey academies in Ottawa, Ontario. As a skater she is internationally recognized for achieving Gold status in all 4 figure skating disciplines.
Veronica enjoys working with skaters of all ages/abilities and her love for skating makes her sessions effective and engaging. Her goal is to pass on her knowledge and passion for skating so that players reach their maximum potential. She will work hard to help every player achieve their goals.