The Midwest Hockey Program was formed to provide youth hockey players the opportunity to learn the game and have a wonderful experience while cultivating their skills. We believe that hockey is a great game and should be fun. One of our goals is to ensure that the players are wanting to go to the rink and not having to go to the rink. The best way to do that is to let the players have fun, meet new friends, and wear a smile. Its a great game!
Our guiding principles are; work ethic, attitude, and enjoyment of the game of hockey.
Midwest offers; competitive AAA programs, clinics that allow players to develop their skills, tournaments, and both on/off ice training.
The philosophy of Midwest is in teaching the fundamentals of hockey and allowing highly skilled players to compete with other players of their caliber. Too often, we see programs that focus on complex systems rather than the basic skills necessary to separate yourself from the competition. We formed our program because we saw a need to bring hockey development back to the basics.
As the players move through the program from year to year, they are gradually exposed to more complex concepts of the game, while maintaining emphasis on the necessary skills to advance their hockey abilities.