CT United is excited to be back again at Terry Conners Ice Rink in Stamford, CT for the 2022 season.
After the past few eventful seasons, players and coaches alike are delighted to be back on the ice together, enjoying team development and the thrill of competing together. Spring has always been an integral part of the travel hockey puzzle, allowing players to focus on individual skill development as well as a great time to simply enjoy playing hockey with new and old friends alike.
CT United offers a great program focused specifically on skill development and the love of the game in a convenient twice-weekly format that also allows your player to participate in traditional spring sports.
CT United offers structured, skills-based practices led by outstanding coaches to help your player maximize their development.
CT United is different than any other off-season hockey program because it is not affiliated with any winter program. At CT United, the focus is on the player, not the winter program. The season starts Sunday, April 3, for Midgets and Tuesday, April 5, for all other divisions. Sign up today!
CT United Season Begins in
Practices start the week of April 3
Two 60-minute practice slots each week allow for significant development over the course of the 10-week season.
A Power Skating instructor will visit each team three times over the course of the season to teach the correct stride mechanics required for explosive, powerful skating.
CT United players will be coached by highly qualified coaches with proven track records of developing youth hockey players and leading their teams to state and regional championships.
Players will be divided into skill-based groups to train at a variety of stations covering all hockey skills, battle drills, and small area games.
Goalies receive extra care and attention in our program. A specialized goalie coach will work with each team’s goalies four times over the course of the 10-week session.
Practices will include competitive battle drills and scrimmages to improve each player’s anticipation and decision-making skills leading to better gameplay overall.
With a consistent schedule of practices over the course of the season, CT United players can participate in spring sports without worrying about unexpected calendar conflicts.
Each CT United team will participate in select tournaments. Players are invited to participate but not required, allowing players time in their schedule to participate in other spring sports.
Our combination of outstanding coaching and superior program structure will help your hockey player transform their game over the spring season.
After his own hockey career finished, Mike Carlucci has dedicated his adult life to coaching youth players of all ages to numerous state and regional championship titles. Mike has been running successful developmental spring hockey programs since 2011.
“I am excited to be running my own program at Terry Conners this spring.”
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At CT United, we strive to provide as much information as possible to our parents and players. On our website, we list practice schedules, coaching rosters and bios, and explain the program’s format and philosophy.
Do you have a specific question not answered on our site? We’d love to hear from you. Send us a message and we will get right back to you. We hope to see you on the ice this spring!