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UMass Lowell Hockey
300 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
Lowell, MA 01852
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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What information will Altitude Hockey provide me with that will allow me to have a better opportunity to play college hockey?

ANSWER: Altitude will provide you the opportunity to skate with and meet current College Hockey Coaches. By the end of the showcase you will understand the college hockey process and how to pursue your goal by having interacted with these coaches. Playing college is extremely rewarding and it is good to find out all of your options while you are investigating college hockey.

2. Why is Altitude a better program than other hockey camps or schools?

ANSWER: Altitude's Prospect Showcase is not a hockey school. We will simply give you a forum to showcase your skills with college coaches as your audience and instructors. We will educate you as to how you can positively help your college hockey process along. They say "knowledge is power" and we want you to give yourself the best opportunity to reach your goals. Most ice time of any program of its kind.

3. How much time will the weekday ice and classroom time run?

ANSWER: The schedule will be similar for all three days. The schedule will be Monday through Wednesday morning, afternoon and evening sessions. We will give appropriate rest times between ice sessions. You should plan on 7.5 of ice plus one hour seminars. Participants are asked to report in top physical condition to maximize benefits.

4. Who are the instructors involved?

ANSWER: NCAA Coaches from the Division 1 and 3 levels as well as various junior coaches. More about our staff > 

5. Will I be able to drop off my son and come and get him at the end of the day?

ANSWER: Yes, however, Altitude is not a boarding camp, make sure your son or daughter has the resources to walk over and get something to eat so he can be properly energized for games. He will either need to walk over to the hotel after the day is complete or he will need you to transport him back home.