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Summer Hockey Info



Greetings NHA Families,


Northfield Hockey Association will once again be offering a summer hockey program for the summer of 2020.  This summer we will be running two separate 4-week sessions – one before the 4th of July and one after.  If players sign up for both sessions they will receive a $50 discount.  The dates, schedule, and cost are listed below. 


Please sign up for the level of play that your athlete(s) will be at for the 2020-2021 season based on age, according to the following cut-offs:


Levels by Birthdate

Mini-Mite/U6 (Born on or after June 1, 2013)

Mite/U8 (June 1, 2011 to May 31, 2013)

Squirt/U10 (June 1, 2009 to May 31, 2011)

Peewee/U12 (June 1, 2007 to May 31, 2009)

**Bantams will be skating with the High School Tier 2 for the summer program. 


Session Dates

Session 1:  June 8th through July 3rd 

Session 2:  July 6th through July 31st



Sr. Mite/U8/Mite/U6 = $100 per session or $150 for both

Squirt/U10 = $175 per session or $300 for both

Peewees/U12 = $225 per session or $400 for both

Boys High School / Girls High School / Bantams / = $600 for both (players can only sign up for both sessions)

Goalies = Goalies will pay ½ of the registration cost of their level. 




Schedule by Level


Boys HS 1

M/W/FR 7:30-8:45

 *see strength training schedule below

Boys HS 2/Bantam

M/W/FR 9:00-10:15

 *see strength training schedule below

Girls HS 1

M/W/F 10:30-11:45


Girls HS 2/U12

M/W/F 12:00-1:15


U6/Mite/Sr. Mite/U8

TU/TH 12:15-1:15



M/W/TH 1:30-2:30



M/W/TH 2:45-3:45



M/W/TH 4:00-5:00










Charlie Cloud – Charlie will lead the Boys High School summer sessions and will be responsible for the overall Summer Program.  Assistant Instructor NHA; 2011 graduate of Northfield High School. Served as the team captain during 2011 Senior season. Hired as the Assistant Coach Northfield Boys Hockey in 2016-17, working primarily with the forwards for both the Varsity and Junior Varsity teams. 


Paige Haley – Paige will lead the Girls High School and Girls Youth summer sessions.  Paige is the head coach of the Northfield Raider Girls Hockey Team and was awarded the Big 9 Coach of the Year in 2019-2020.  Paige played college hockey at the University of Minnesota and high school hockey for Red Wing. 


Taylor Freiermuth – Taylor will lead the Boys Youth Summer Sessions.  Taylor graduated from Northfield High School where he was a three-sport athlete.  Taylor coached the Northfield Peewee A team this past season and has also coached AAA Hockey for the xHockey Fusion and for Northfield Youth Baseball. 


Kate Boland – Kate is first-year college hockey player with Bemidji State University.  Kate is a six-time letter winner for the Northfield High School girl’s hockey program and helped guide it to appearances in the Class A State Tournament in 2016 and 2017. 


Jacob Halvorson – Jacob is junior hockey player current with the New Ulm Steel and Chippewa Steel.  He is a 2018 graduate of Northfield High School where he was captain and helped lead Northfield High School to the state tournament in 2017. 


Other Coaches and Staff will be added to supplement the lead instructors. 



Strength Training for High School and Bantams

The High School Boys program is working with Charlie Woida to provide strength training at St. Olaf immediately following our on-ice sessions.  The cost is $375 per player for 3 training sessions per week.  Registration will be handled outside of NHA and more information will be forthcoming. 


Here will be the schedule for strength training: 

  • The High School Tier 1 will lift M/W/F 9:15-10:15
  • High School Tier 2 (Bantam) will lift M/W/F 10:45-11:45
  • ***This will give both groups a half hour to get off the ice and over to St. Olaf.


Charlie is the Director of Athletic Performance at St. Olaf. He offers more direct instruction on fundamentals, lifting, and speed training. He also discusses nutrition with the kids, makes it educational and motivational. Here is his bio:



The High School Girls program is pursuing individual options for strength training as well as the program offered through the Recreation Department as in previous season.