Frequently Asked Questions
Between league, exposure trips and tournaments, our teams will play 50+ games each.
Each team will have around 150 on-ice development sessions and 120 dry-land/multi-sport training sessions. The sports schedule is subject to change, based on welfare of kids (fatigue), travel timing, programs discretion, and educational requirements.
Our facilities are all located in the same general area and are within walking distance. Our athletes do not have to leave The CUBE sports facility area”: (athletes will be bussed if any training is deemed a distance from The CUBE)
- Dedicated dressing rooms or storage.
- On site fitness facility
- One NHL, One Olympic and one Skills training sized ice surfaces
We do have a billet (host family) program. Most of our student athletes are placed with teammates. If not, we have a billet coordinator that we work with, to vet host families and their homes, for our members to live with. The host family is supplied a monthly stipend, paid for by the athletes’ family directly to the host family.”
Starting in early August and continuing until the end of May, our student athletes will fulfill their daily academic requirements, train, and skate 3-5 times a week and partake in specialty classes and clinics. Our teams start their days around 7:30am and will be with the Academy and its providers until about 5:00pm