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    2022 Men's Tiger Hockey School 10U players (2012 and 2013 births) Boys - Aug. 8-11

    Start Date:08/08/22
    End Date:08/11/22
    Registration Opens:03/04/22
    Registration Closes:08/05/22
    Camp Fee:$395


    Come learn from one of the top college coaching staffs in the country at the Tiger Hockey School. Teaching hockey is our business. We pride ourselves on running a top notch hockey school where kids learn and have a lot of fun on and off the ice. The RIT Tiger Hockey players are involved in drills, instruction.  They also act as off-ice counselors, assisting the coaches so kids get to spend time with their local heroes. 





    Features of the Tiger Hockey School

    • Exceptional staff consisting of college coaches, former pros, and college players.
    • Concentration on daily skill development.
    • Specific daily position instruction for goalies, defensemen, and forwards.
    • ½ hour of power skating per day.
    • 45 minutes of small-ice games per day.
    • 45 minutes of scrimmages per day.
    • Off-ice activities include stick-handling, basketball, and soccer.
    • Each player receives a practice jersey.
    • Skills contest on Thursday with prizes.
    • Everyone has fun!!!

    Team Camps

    • Individual team camps can be arranged by contacting Brian Hills.
    • It works as a great team builder for the up-coming season. 

    Hockey School Fees

    Players : $395.00 per week

    Team Discounts of $50 per player are available if six or more team members attend the same camp.
    Please contact Coach Hills before registering online if you have a team or group that wishes to attend.

    RIT Clark Gym

    RIT Turf Field

    Daily Schedule for August

    Dependent on your group, your schedule will possibly look like this:

    (Subject to change)

    7:45 Arrive at RIT
    8:15-9:00 On ice
    9:15-10:30 Dryland/snack
    11:00-12:15 On ice
    12:15-12:45 Lunch/video
    12:45-2:15 Turf/Gym
    2:45-3:45 Scrimmage
    4:00 Pick-up
    8:45 Arrive at RIT
    9:15-10:00 On ice
    10:15-11:30 Dryland
    11:30-12:00 Lunch/Video
    12:30-1:45 On ice
    1:45-3:30 Snack/Turf/Gym
    4:00-5:00 Scrimmage
    5:15 Pick-up

    * Students must supply their own snacks and lunches!

    RIT Day Only Camp Covid-19 Requirements

    RIT’s Visitor Covid Policy requires proof of vaccination or proof for all camp participants of a COVID-19 PCR negative test within 72 hours of coming onto campus, or proof of a COVID-19 Antigen test upon arrival for the first day of camp.  These are required for all camps four hours or longer.  Please email proof of vaccination or negative PCR test to your camp director prior to the event start date.

    Contact Information

    Brian Hills
    Cell: (585) 469-6092


    Coaching Staff


    Brian Hills The Associate Head Coach with the RIT Tigers has just finished his 17th year at RIT. Prior to RIT, he was a head coach at SUNY Geneseo for four years where he coached the Ice Knights to a league title in 2004–05. In addition, Coach Hills worked as an assistant coach at his alma mater Bowling Green for seven years. Prior to coaching, he played eleven years professionally in Europe after graduating from Bowling Green in 1983 where he was a two time All-American and also a two-time Hobey Baker candidate.



    Dave Insalaco Coach Insalaco has just finished his 14th season as an assistant coach with the RIT Tigers. Before coming back to his hometown, he worked two seasons with the Green Bay Gamblers of the USHL.  He also worked as an assistant at SUNY Geneseo for three seasons and for one season at Brockport, where he starred for four seasons with the Golden Eagles. Prior to his years at Brockport, he played two years with Adirondack in the United Hockey League.


    Shane Madolora


    Shane joined the Tigers this past season as the team’s Goalie Coach. As a former and very successful goalie for the Tigers, Shane has been coaching goalies ever since graduating from RIT. He played professionally for five seasons then worked as the RIT Women’s Hockey Goalie Coach for four years. He has also worked at the Tiger Hockey School in the past. In 2010-11 Madolora was the Atlantic Hockey Goalie of the year, was a first team league Allstar, led the country with a .935 save percentage and six shutouts. He was also third overall in the country with a 1.93 goals against average along with being named the RIT Senior Male Athlete of the year in 2012.

    Dear Player/Parent,

    The summer of 2022 is fast upon us and we realize that you have many choices to make when it comes to choosing a hockey school. At RIT and “The Tiger Hockey School,” we feel that our school is the premier hockey school in Western New York. Our head instructors are all highly qualified college coaches who have their reputations to uphold. As college coaches, we take our instruction seriously— we do not allow our groups to exceed more than 28 players and provide constant attention to our students both on and off the ice.

    This summer, we will be using the state-of-the-art turf field, Clark Gym, and the $25 million Student Life Center (recreation facility) for dry-land activities. These facilities allow us to offer activities such as basketball, soccer, and off-ice stick-handling. The kids at our school have fun and will be busy all day long!

    We recognize that in having choices, part of the decision making depends upon cost. We try to keep our price as low as possible. In saying that, we feel that we offer the best instruction along with the best price for a hockey school of our stature—that’s why the majority of our students are repeat customers.

    Please consider sending your son to the Tiger Hockey School this summer. You won’t be disappointed.  Our schools fill up quickly and we are usually sold out by May 31st, so please respond as soon as possible.


    Brian Hills, Dave Insalaco, and Shane Mandalora
    Tiger Hockey School Coaching Staff