Developing the complete player

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Mission statement

The Russian Hockey School, with its highly trained staff, utilizes proven European training techniques that have helped develop some of the most highly skilled players in the world. With our additional focus on leadership development and team building, we look to bring out the best in each player and return them to their hometown teams well rounded, much improved, team members and team mates.

Philosophy

Here at RHS the overall player is our focus, not just his skill development. Our intense training program including skating technique, puck control, shooting skills and accuracy, edge control and transition is just the beginning. In addition, we stress team communication, both on an off ice, team tactics and strategies, along with the importance of team chemistry. At RHS, we look to develop THE COMPLETE PLAYER.

What to expect / what's expected

Each player is evaluated the first day and re-evaluated at each week's end. Coaches are accessible at week's end to discuss the experience of each individual player. RHS takes each individual, as well as the overall group's development, very seriously. Players should arrive committed to improving their physical AND mental approach to the game. This can only be accomplished in the proper environment. RHS demands proper, disciplined, respectful behavior towards other players, coaches, and all we come in contact with. RHS reserves the right to dismiss any players found not following these and other important rules and regulations, from the school with no refunds.

Accommodations

The official hotel for the International Russian Hockey camps is the Long Island Sheraton. This hotel was completely renovated in 2001 and is centrally located on the northshore of Long Island. For more information on the hotel, please click here. To reserve a room at the camp's discount rate, please contact Boris Bykovsky at (917)804-1511.

The Instructors

Boris Bykovskiy

COACHING EXPERIENCE

2004-Present, Long Island Royals -Nationally Ranked Pee Wee Majors
2002-Present, Russian Elite Hockey Clinics Instructor.
2002-Present, Freeport Arrows Hockey Skills Instructor.
1997-Present, New York Hockey School Summer Camps. Coached junior players, including 2001 first overall NHL draft pick Ilya Kovalchuck.
1994, Coached junior players, Summer Hockey Camps, Italy.
 

PLAYER EXPERIENCE

1996-2001, Red Bulls Rodovak, Denmark. Center/right wing, Denmark national championship gold medallist (2000), silver medallist (2001, 1999, 1998). Golden Puck Award (Best Player of National Hockey League Europe - Denmark in 2001). Voted in top five players of National League Denmark in 1996- 2001.
1995-1996, Acrone Uasenetse, Slovenia, NHL Europe. 1994-1995, Aeeege Tegelo Candadese, Italy, NHL Europe. 1992-1993, Soviet Wings, Moscow, Soviet Elite League. 1990-1992, Torpedo Yaroslavl, Soviet Elite League 1989-1990, Soviet Wings, Moscow, Soviet Elite League. Soviet Elite League. As a member of the Soviet Wings toured USA and Canada, including games vs. New York Ranges, New York Islanders, Montreal Canadians, Hartford Whalers and Quebec Nordiques.
1986-1989, Dynamo Moscow, Soviet Elite League. 1988 Gold Medallist, World Junior Championship (Anchorage, USA), USSR Junior National Team. Team included Pavel Bure, Alexander Mogilny, Sergei Fedorov, Sergei Zubov, Dmitri Khristich. 1983 Silver Medallist, Canadian Junior Tournament Esso Cup.

Slava Tukhtin

Slava is an American Fitness Professionals Association Certified Personal Trainer. Slava has nine years of experience working as a conditioning coach for many youth ice hockey organizations in NY and NJ. Some of his past trainee's currently play for the Canadian Junior Hockey League, the East Coast Hockey League, and the National Juniors. He also trains a number of current NHL players.

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Valeri Zelepukin

Former NHL player, Stanley Cup Champion, Olympic Silver Medalist with the Russian National Team.

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