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Tier II & III Hockey

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 the sport 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. 


2018-2019 TIER II & III PROGRAMS



2018-2019 SQUIRT, PEEWEE & BANTAM Program

$1850 | Squirt: 2008-2009 | Peewee: 2006-2007 | Bantam: 2004-2005

Season runs September to March 1. Players will play an estimated 30+ games through the season. Teams have one 60 minute skills session and two 60 minute Half-Ice practice per week with two tournaments (includes State Tournament). Players will also have 20 - 60 minute off-ice training sessions per season with PucDevelopment. Practice Jersey & Game Socks are included. 


2018-2019 U16 & U18 Tier II & III Boys split Season

$900 | Birth Years: U16 - 2002-2003 U18 - 2000 -2001

Season runs Mid August to Mid November. Players will play an estimated 20+ games through the season. Teams have one 60 minute skills session and two 60 minute half ice practices per week with one tournament (includes State Tournament). Players will also have 10 - 60 minute off-ice training sessions per season with PucDevelopment. Practice Jersey, Game Jersey & Game Socks are included. 



Under the Direction of

Cam Robichaud

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 Whyte

Skating Director
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. 

USA Hockey 2018-19 Age Classifications

Please use the chart to see what division your player is in.