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Forwards, Defense, Goalies


2017 hockey camps

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Only one camp per week to have

Best coaching staff every week


Best coaches to players ratio

Video analysis

European skills development with Pavel Navrat


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2016 camps are full




Summer Hockey Camps


2017 Hockey Camps


Falmouth, Maine:


June 26-30

July 31- Aug 4

August 7- 11

August 14- 18

August 21- 25


South Burlington,



July 10-14

July 17- 21

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"My son had just an awesome week – we have attended many hockey camps in previous summers and this was the best by far. Lots of fun, lots of work, and for me (mom), great supervision and the coaches were very approachable."

Mother of Max Wolinsky



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Stanley Cup Winner and MVP

USA Olympian

4-time NHL All Star

2-time Vezina Trophy Winner

Jennings Trophy Winner

College Hockey All-American

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Tim Thomas was born in Davison, Michigan and currently plays goalie for the NHL's Boston Bruins. He is the 2011 Stanley Cup Winner and MVP, four-time NHL all-star, two-time Vezina Trophy Winner (best NHL Goaltender) and represented the United States at the 2010 Olympic Games and five Ice Hockey World Championships.


In addition to his on-ice achievements, Tim started hockey camps, along with a scholarship to grow the game of hockey and help individual hockey players and organizations in need.  Tim also started the Tim Thomas Foundation, a charity organization to assist with setting goals and achieving dreams.




  • 2012 NHL All Star
  • 2011 Stanley Cup Winner
  • 2011 Conn Smythe Trophy Winner for Stanley Cup play-offs MVP
  • 2011 Vezina Trophy Winner for NHL's top goaltender
  • 2011 Roger Crozier Saving Grace Award Winner for best save percentage amongst NHL goaltenders
  • 2011 ESPY Winner for Best NHL Player
  • 2011 ESPY Winner for Best Championship Performance
  • 2011 NHL All Star
  • First goalie in history to win the Stanley Cup, Conn Smythe, Vezina and Roger Crozier Awards in the same season
  • First goalie in Boston Bruins history to start a season 7-0-0 (surpassing Hall of Famer Tiny Thompson)
  • 2010 Team USA Olympian
  • 2009 NHL First All-Star Team
  • 2009 Vezina Trophy Winner for NHL's top goaltender (first for a Bruins goalie in 26 years)
  • 2009 William M. Jennings Trophy Winner for fewest goals allowed by NHL team goaltenders
  • 2009 Roger Crozier Saving Grace Award Winner for best save percentage amongst NHL goaltenders
  • Led the NHL with 2.10 goals-against average and .933 save percentage in 2008-2009
  • 2009 NHL All Star
  • 2008 NHL All Star
  • 4 – 0 in 4 consecutive NHL All-Star games (NHL record)
  • Boston Bruins 7th Player Award in 2006-2007 (the first goalie in team history to win it twice)
  • Boston Bruins 7th Player Award in 2005-2006 voted by fans for a player who most exceeded their expectations



United States National Team

  • 2010 USA Olympic Team - Silver Medal
  • Represented the United States in the Ice Hockey World Championships five times: 1995, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2008



SM-Liiga (Finland Elite League)

  • Lasse Oksanen trophy (best player) in 2005
  • Kultainen kypärä award (best player as voted by the players) in 2005
  • Urpo Ylönen trophy (best goaltender) in 1998




  • NCAA Division 1 Hockey: The University of Vermont, 1993-1997
  • Drafted by the Québec Nordiques, 1994 NHL entry draft
  • First all-time amongst Vermont goalies in games played (140), wins (81), and minutes played (3950)
  • Second in the NCAA Division I record book in career saves (3,950)
  • Led the nation in save percentage in 1996 (.924)
    • ECAC All-Star in 1995
    • ECAC All-Star in 1996
    • NCAA All-American in 1995
    • NCAA All-American in 1996
    • NCAA Frozen Four in 1995-1996



Tim Thomas, TT Foundation and TT Hockey Camps support the following organizations and charities:

  • Burlington Amateur Hockey Association

  • Barre Youth Sports Association

  • Brendan Burke Foundation

  • Chazy Youth Hockey

  • Falmouth Ice Hockey Association

  • Garth Brooks' Teammates for Kids Foundation

  • Greely Hockey Boosters

  • Hunger Mountain Children's Center

  • Highgate Ice Arena

  • Northern Mission Church of Christ

  • Robert S. Tyzbir Scholarship Fund

  • USA Hockey Foundation

  • Woodland Park Youth Hockey Association
  • Movember (Cancer research and awareness)















  • First goalie in NHL history to win first five games of a season while allowing no more than one goal in each game
  • Lowest goals-against average of any goalie in the first six games of a season in the expansion era
  • Only the second goalie in the expansion era (since 1967-68) with at least three shutouts in his first six games of a season
  • Surpassed Tiny Thompson's 73-year old record and became the first goalie in Boston Bruins franchise history to start a season 7-0-0
  • First NHL goalie since 1965 to start season 9-0-0 on the road
  • As of December 15, 2010: Tim Thomas' numbers are the best of the modern era. Just for some historical perspective, Tim Thomas has a 1.51 goals against average and .954 save percentage so far this season. The best GAA of the modern era was Miikka Kiprusoff's 1.70 in 2003-2004 and the best save percentage of the modern era was Dominik Hasek's .937 in 1998-1999.
  • First goalie in NHL history to win four NHL All Star games

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