When registering for one or more of the RBHockey
Individual, Week Long and/or Boarding camps, it is required
that you include the necessary forms. Mini Camps do NOT require the forms below. Please print out
your corresponding forms and mail them, along with your check,
to the following address:
Rob Barletta's Hockey School
PO BOX 48
South Walpole, MA 02071
skills and skills sessions only require the Waiver and Release
of Liability Form.
NorthEast Elite Hockey League: Please note that NEH players are only required to fill out
the Waiver & Release of Liability form below.
We've assembled some of the most commonly
asked questions that RB Hockey receives. If after reviewing these
you still have questions, please do not hesitate to contact
us. And remember as always, if your child does not enjoy the
camp we offer a 100% money-back guarantee! We're that confident
in our program!
RB Hockey offers a 10% discount off your 2nd players registration
as well as the occasional discount code. Please note that
discounts may not be combined.
non-refundable deposit is required to hold your player's spot. All
payments are due four weeks prior to start date of camp. Deposits
are non-refundable after May 1st. A $75.00 cancellation fee will
be charged for all cancellations. Refunds or credits will not be
issued for campers expelled, not showing up to camp or leaving on
their own will. A credit towards future camp (minus $75.00 process
fee) will be issued for players who cannot attend camp due to injury,
a doctor's note may be required.
are held at the Iorio Arena in Walpole, MA. To get to the arena
from Boston, take Route 93 South to Route 95 South, then take Exit
9 (Route 1 South). At the 2nd light make a U-Turn. The Arena will
be on your right. Take the second driveway. For other detailed routes, Click
first day of camp we break up players into separate groups on the
ice. Players are put into groups with players of not only there
age but ability. The drills are then tailored to push the advanced
players and create drills for the beginning players as well. Whether
an advanced player or a beginner we teach everyone with the same
enthusiasm, technique and work ethic.
thing that we stress is that the hockey school is not a learn to
skate. If your player can skate fairly well and push a puck, we
will take them from there. The parent must talk to their player
about paying attention in line and absolutely no hitting, teasing
or fooling around in line.
group our summer camps into groups of 10 players with 2-3 coaches
Located just down Route 1 from the rink, the Four Points by Sheraton Norwood is a popular facility for executive conferences, impressive weddings, special events and leisure getaways.
For RB Hockey, the Four Points has designated and reserved an entire floor for our campers. We will have the only access, ensuring the safety and security of RB Hockey campers and our dedicated staff, who stay there along with the kids. The property does in fact host NFL football teams and varsity college teams when playing at Gillett stadium. Learn More about the Facility on their Website
Four Points by Sheraton Norwood Hotel & Conference Center Amenities include:
- Comfortable, appointed guest rooms with free high-speed Internet access and cable television
- Full maid service so campers no longer need to bring pillow’s, sheets or towels from home
- Indoor heated pool with lifeguard, whirlpool and fitness center
- Professional conference room with state-of-the-art audiovisual technology to break down video, as well as space for camp activities
qualified staff that works with your children on the ice will attend
to their needs in the dorm setting as well. This helps our campers
and coaches bond off the ice as well as on the ice. At RB
Hockey we run Cori/Sori backround checks on all of our staff.
far as the skill sessions go, we use hockey (not skating) experience
to determine which group your player will fit into. We evaluate
all players on a daily and weekly basis and will move players according
to there ability. If your player is advanced we will move them to
a higher (maybe older) group. If your player is put into an advanced
group and we feel it is too high, we will move them down. In the
weeklong camps we also split all players up by age and ability.
Please fill out the registration form completely when signing up
offer a AAA camp. The difference about our AAA camp is the intensity
of the teaching and the tempo of the drills. Because the tempo is
higher we can get to more aspects of hockey situations and confrontational
drills. The techniques for skating and skills are the same whether
we are coaching advanced or beginners, so you still get the same
training that you expect from our programs.
While female hockey players are welcome at all of our programs we
do offer women's and girl's only sessions. The drills we use are
set up so that each student is pushed to their full potential by
the coaches and not by just competing with other players. Coaches
stress a strong work effort from each player involved.
Goalies, who are welcome at all of our programs, are taken aside
by our goalie coaches and worked with exclusively. We do not believe
in putting goalies on the ice just to "take shots," but
rather to learn skating, balance, agility, angling and technique.
When attending a camp or skill session, make sure to indicate that
you’re a goalie and be prepared to work very hard. To learn
more about our goalie program and to view all of our goalie camps,
please visit www.rbgoalie.com
of hockey and skating, including: forward and backward skating,
crossovers, stopping, quick/explosive starts, stick handling at
full speed, game situations, dekes, and more. Coaches not only explain
and demonstrate how to do drills, but why it is important in the
game of hockey.
RB is a
hockey school and pucks are used at all camps and skill sessions.
Players are not only taught fundamentals and skating but how to
carry the puck and stickhandle at full speed.
we have a defensive camp and a stick handling camp. At all of our
summer camps we teach Stick handling techniques, how to deliver
and take a check, skating, shooting and much more. We do not have
scrimmages but "Game Situation" drills are used to teach
players proper game techniques.