Spring Hockey

On and Off Ice Hockey Development

H2T Elite Dryland Training is a 7000 sq. ft. fitness facility that specializes in the development of hockey players at all ages. H2T helps to develop athletes to reach their full potential through a proven fitness program. Established in 2014, H2T has been developing many hockey players in various leagues including GTHL, OMHA, OJHL, NYHL and NCAA.

H2T believes that developing a well-rounded hockey player requires high level skills training, proper fitness and nutrition. H2T's Spring Hockey program will provide you with all three!

What's Included

  1. 3 Tournaments
    approximately 14 games
  2. 5 Hours of Fitness Training
  3. 3 On Ice Practices
  4. Team Uniforms
  5. Multiple Ages
  6. Level AA and AAA Calibre
  7. A Fun Experience with Great Development

Our Primary Focus

Our primary focus at H2T is to promote the long-term development of each of our players and teams, by providing a positive environment on and off the ice, with elite instructors. We believe that hockey during the spring should include development, strength and conditioning, and of course FUN!

We feel that these areas are important to each player's long-term development in this great game. H2T hockey will include fast-paced, high-level on-ice practices and spring tournaments to youth at various levels.

Secure Your Position

Contact us to secure your position with H2T Hockey this Spring.
  1. Upon receiving a confirmation email, full payment is required to secure your spot. Payment can be made with internet banking to bookings@h2thockey.com. Use password H2Thockey or cheque payable to H2T Elite Dryland Training.

  2. For our spring hockey program, your child must be able to commit to all weekends.

  3. Print and complete the enrollment form - download here

If you have any questions or inquiries, contact us

Steve: steve@H2Thockey.com

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There was such a noticable difference in terms of stamina and strength.

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Hi Sue, just wanted to give you some feedback on Conner's spring hockey tournament this past weekend. There was such a noticable difference in terms of stamina and strength. He played hard in the third periods and throughout the weekend. Rarely did he fall and was able to absorb and make hits, he looked and felt much stronger on the ice. He also seemed to handle the puck more which has something to do with the upper body strength as he wasn't getting pushed off the puck. He scored 4 goals including a hat trick which was awesome. We definitely need to keep the workouts moving forward this spring into the fall. Thanks again for all the help, definitely glad we chose H2T!

Mark - GTHL AAA Hockey Parent

Brian Wilks

H2T is thrilled to have former NHL player Brian Wilks as part of the development and coaching for many of our teams. Brian brings a wealth of experience, knowledge, and a passion for the game. H2T is proud to have Brian on board.

Brian's Career
  • Played AAA Marlies - Atom - Midget - MTHL (GTHL)
  • Went to Toronto Marlies OHL training camp in 1980 as a 14 year old
  • Youngest player since Bobby Orr to play a reg. season game in the OHL - 14 years old
    1980-81, played 2 games, 1 goal
  • First Round Draft Choice - 1982 OHL Entry Draft - Kitchener Rangers - 20 points in 16 games
  • Played in Memorial Cup for Kitchener - 1984 Memorial Cup - Top ten scoring in Memorial Cup
  • Regular Season Leading Scorer Team - 93 points with Kitchener - 1984-85
  • 2nd Round Draft Choice 1984 NHL Entry Draft - Los Angeles Kings - 24th Overall
  • Played 2 NHL regular season games as a 19 year old - 1985
  • One full season in the NHL with the Kings - 1985-86
  • 1990 - IHL - Muskegon Lumberjacks - Turner Cup Finalists - Top Ten Playoff Scorer
  • Minor hockey Head Coach and Assistance Coach - OMHA and GTHL - 2002-2015 (all age groups from Novice to Midget at various skill levels)
Brian WIlks on Los Angeles Kings (1985)

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