Welcome to the Third Annual CT Futures Cup!
Last summer over 60 girls participated in the Second Annual CT Futures Cup. Girls were exposed to top-notch female coaches from local area college and prep school women's hockey programs, as well as current female college players. Our goal is to give young girls access to role-models, while developing their skills in a fun, enthusiastic, low-pressure environment.
Open to girls born in '08, '09, and '10
Dates and Times
Selected players will be assigned to one of four teams for the duration of the summer program. Our goal is to assign players to create four well-balanced teams. Any player not selected for a team will be refunded their deposit, as well as will be eligible to register for the Junior Program.
Two full-ice games will follow the clinic, taking place simultaneously on Wonderland's two rinks. Team match-ups and coaches will change each week.
Goalie instruction is provided by ProCrease.
New This Year: CT Futures Junior Program
Open to girls born in 2011 and 2012
"For two hours each week, active college players and prep school and college coaches gave our daughter the most amazing on ice experience. From the clinic to the officiated games that followed, she learned a whole new level of hockey and had an absolute blast in the process. Kudos to Gretchen and her staff for raising the bar in girls’ hockey. We can't wait to do it again."
- Kim and Kevin T.
“My daughter had the pleasure of playing in Coach Silverman’s program last summer. Between the on-ice instruction through station-based drills and skills (skating, stick-handling, edgework, shooting, passing), the scrimmages that followed those skills, and the exposure to some excellent prep and college coaches, players and families who participate in this program will not be disappointed! Coach Silverman and her coaching staff do a great job of keeping the sessions fresh and fun for all of the players. We are looking forward to another summer!”
- Matt F.
"My daughter loved the CT Futures Cup program. It provided instruction from many top female coaches in the area. The player to coach ratio was fantastic, which allowed her to get the individual attention you don’t get at other camps. CT Futures Cup is a must for any female athlete who wants to improve her hockey skills and have a lot of fun while doing so.”
- Carl C.