Brick/Brick Series Tryout Camp
The Brick Tryout Camp is for 8 and 9 year olds who are interested in playing for the B’s Brick team during their 10 year old season. The Brick Tryout Camp takes place every August over a three day period and allows the Junior Bruins staff to work with and evaluate those that are potential potential players for our spring/summer teams as well as our Brick team.
We start our Brick team process years ahead of time in evaluating and training players. We have made changes to our AAA tournament teams in regards to the makeup, player selection process and more so that we are better prepared for the Brick tournament each year.
We are going to start the process for all those interested in the Brick tournament to attend an August camp that will involve training as well as be another venue for us to evaluate the players. This camp allows our staff to work with the players and see how they have progressed from one year to the next. The Brick Tryout Camp kicks off the official start to putting our Brick team and 2011 Brick series teams together and provides our coaches and staff to evaluate the kids over six on ice sessions.
A common question we field is, “what are you looking for in a player or what does my son need to improve on to make the team?”. We are often asked after our tryouts for a detailed evaluation as well and our tryout format does not allow for that. This tryout camp is aimed at answering that question and giving detailed feedback on a players skill set/performance. The detailed report breaks down all aspects of a players game.
2020 Brick Camp
2011-2012 birth years
July 28-30 @ NESC
*Register by June 26 and recieve a custom jersey with nameplate
This tryout camp will serve several purposes:
- Three great days of training and teaching from the Bruins staff. Most camps will have a wide variety of talent yet we will screen all applicants to our camp and ensure the talent level is high.
- Each player will get a detailed evaluation from our staff that will include strengths and weaknesses and areas of the players game that need work. This will give those interested in our teams time ahead of the November/December tryou sessions to improve on areas that need work.
- This also allows player from out of area who we may not be familiar with to spend three days with our staff so we can better get to know them and their game.
There will be six on ice sessions over the three days (exact format subject to change):
Tuesday, July 28
10:00-11:20 PM (11 skills)
11:30-12:50 PM (10 skills)
1:00-2:10 PM (11 game)
2:20-3:30 PM (10 game)
Wednesday, July 29
9:00-10:20 AM (11 game)
10:30-11:50 AM (10 game)
12:00-1:30 PM (11 and 10 cross ice)
Thursday, July 30
9:00-10:00 AM (11 cross ice and skills)
10:10-11:10 AM (10 cross ice and skills)
11:20-12:20 PM (11 game)
12:30-1:30 PM (10 game)