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Faribault Summer Ice Program

The 2021 Summer Camp is a low-cost opportunity to grow and develop as a hockey player.  The camp will be separated by age levels with daytime - Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday time slots. The camp will run the weeks of June 13th, June 20th and June 27th and will be finished by the 4th of July.

Please register as soon as you can so we can see number of players per level to help us match the number of coaches needed on the ice.


New this summer is a day camp opportunity to continue your development as a hockey player.  The camp will be held Tuesday’s, Wednesday’s, and Thursday’s.  This new structure will allow you to enjoy your summer weekends as well as participate in other sports/activities during the week.  See the schedule posted below for details. 

10:30-11:45:  U12/U15 Girls

12:00-1:15:  U8/U10 Girls

1:30-2:45:  Squirt/PW

3:00-4:30:  Bantam/HS

*5:30-6:30 Monday and Wednesday evenings:  Mites

* Sunday night Mite Pond Hockey is for senior/upper mites only (2nd and 3rd graders with at least one year of experience).

**Goalie Clinic Monday and Wednesday am (see separate flyer)

**Power Skating Sunday and Monday evenings (see separate flyer)

COST: $125/skater (Please bring check to first session your player attends)

On-line Registration:

WHO: Any Youth Hockey Player from Mites/U8-Bantam/U15.  New head high school coach Dan Pumper may have additional ice opportunities available as well.

WHERE: Faribault Ice Arena

CONTACT INFO: Brent Peroutka:,

Pat Cullen:                 Jamie Jindra:, Mark DuChene (Mite Coordinator):

***Goalies:  There is a separate Goalie Clinic managed and operated by Premier Goaltending.  They have been a great partner the past couple of years and wanted to offer a camp in Faribault.  There is a separate registration and payment for the Goalie Clinic.

*** Faribault Hockey Association Alumni and UAH Chargers graduate Brandon Parker will be offering a Power Skating Clinic.  Brandon has a separate flyer, registration, and payment.  Space is limited and his demand is high, so reach out to him ASAP if you are interested

Goalie Clinic

 Summer goalie clinics in Faribault in the month of June. Premier Goaltender Development (PGD) has partnered with Faribault Youth Hockey Association in organization for these summer goalie clinics. Below are some of the program details:

  • 6 dates in June to choose from
    • June 14th, 16th, 21st, 23rd, 28th and 30th
  • Goalies can register for up to six one-hour clinics
    • Only one per date
  • Monday ice times at 9:30am and 10:45am
  • Wednesday ice times at 8:15am and 9:30am
  • Only 4 goalies allowed on the ice per hour
    • 2 goalies per coach
  • 2 PGD Staff members will be present for each hour
  • Areas of focus will be - skating, positioning/angles, save selection, tracking, and puck-handling 
  • $90 per goalie per hour
    • $50 discount if you sign up for all 6 dates
    • You will also receive a discount if you register for our Friday morning sessions in Rosemount


Please contact me asap to reserve a spot for your goalie. We are incredibly excited to bring goalie training closer to you this summer! 


Thank you,

Derek Simon l Premier Goaltender Development
Lead Instructor 
Director of Programming  

cell 763.498.3881              email


Friday, August 20th, 2021 – 1:00 p.m.


Faribault Golf & Country Club

1700 17th St NW

Faribault, MN 55021

This year’s theme is going to the beach!!  So decorate your cart and break out your Hawaiian shirt.

We hope to make this year bigger and better than last year.  Please come out and connect with our families, coaches, and past members.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact Jason Krohn at: 507-412-9163 or

The format will be a four person “scramble” with multiple gifts and prizes available.  Register your foursome or sign up individually and a foursome will be created for you.

Schedule:               12:00 p.m. – Registration

                              1:00 p.m.   – Shot Gun

                              5:30 p.m.   – Social, Prizes, Meal


  • $100/Falcon – Includes 18 holes of golf w/cart, gift, pizza lunch and dinner after golf
  • $460/Green Sponsor – Includes golf w/cart for 4, gift, pizza lunch, dinner after golf, and hole sponsorship w/sign
  • $150/Hole Sponsor – Hole Sponsorship w/Sign
  • $30 (extra) – Extra fee if you want to be alone in a golf cart
  • $20 - Dinner Only


**Please return registration and check by: August 13th, 2021 (you can pay at check-in)

**Make check payable to:   Faribault Hockey Association

1221 Highway 60 W., Faribault, MN 55021

See New Covid Guidelines

All FHA Covid Guidelines - Newly Updated

Highlights of Covid Plan

COVID-19 Preparedness Plan Highlights for Faribault Ice Arena

  • Illness! – If feeling sick...stay home

  • Wash your hands!

  • Masks are required by ALL! – Players, Coaches, Parents, Humans, etc.

  • No drinking fountains at this time! – Players, bring your own water bottle or two!

  • Maintain 6-foot social distancing! – Stay apart in the lobby and within reason on the ice. 

  • Spectators Update

         Games: Three spectators per player.  No food or drinks for spectators.  Exceptions will be made when needed for parents/guardians who must bring other children into the arena with them. All spectators will be required to wear a facial covering and maintain proper social distance guidelines.

         Practices: Parents of skaters squirt level and older are not allowed in the building during practices. Only one parent of skaters in mini-mites/mites/U8 may attend practices.

  • Come fully dressed!

  • Arrive no sooner than 10 minutes prior to your ice time!  Goalies can enter 15 minutes before ice time.

  • Leave the arena within 10 minutes after your ice time ends!

  • Coaches/players to encourage social distancing guidelines are being met!

  • Please follow the signage for the entry and exit points into and out of the Arena!

  • Bags: Small drawstring bags or small backpacks may be utilized to help carry in smaller items and store personal belongings (medications, phones, keys, etc.). No equipment bags will be allowed in facilities with the exception of goalies.

  • Lockers rooms are not available for practices.  Games: locker rooms will be available for drop off as you must come fully dressed per guidelines.

  • Players need to arrive fully dressed. Goalies need to come as dressed as they can and finish putting their pads/skates on in the rink, if needed.

Faribault Hockey Association Apparel

Star Sports and Apparel

Additional Info

  • Takes approx. 1-2 weeks
  • Pick-up apparel at Star Sports or can pay to have it shipped to your home.
    • Address: 421 @nd Ave NW Suite 2, Faribault MN
  • They may have some styles in stock to try on, but not all.
  • Any questions, please email Heather at Star Sports:

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