Performance Centres - Vancouver

Cliff during session

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Location: NEW LOCATION
9770 196a St #103

Langley, BC
V1M 2X5
CANADA
Telephone: 604-421-2273 ext. 1
Hours of Operation: Fall/Winter Hours:
Mon/Tue: 9am - 5pm
Wed - Fri: 9am - 5pm
Weekends: 9am - 5pm
 
BASE Will be CLOSED
on National Holidays

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

BASE Hockey has moved to a new 10,000 sq ft facility in Langley, BC!

NEW LOCATION:
9770 196a St #103
Langley, BC
V1M 2X5

Instruction and shooting lessons are now being offered at our new location. Call Now! 

 On-Ice Services

NHL PRO INSTRUCTION
1 hour on real ice with CLIFF RONNING

-Learn how to score more goals!

-stick handling

-passing

-balance

1 on 1  -     $225

2 players - $112.50

3 players - $75

4 players - $56.25

5 players - $45

6 players - $37.50

½ hour on real ice with NHL PRO

1 on 1  -     $115

2 players - $57.50

3 players - $38.33

4 players - $28.75

5 players - $23

6 players - $19.16

NHL PRO FITTING AND SHOOTING ANALYSIS WITH CLIFF RONNING
on real ice

$150

PRO SKILL DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE WITH CLIFF RONNING
ice rental not provided

$175/hr

BASE CERTIFIED INSTRUCTION
1 hour on real ice with a BASE Certified Instructor

1 on 1  -     $170

2 players - $85

3 players - $56.66

4 players - $42.50

5 players - $34

6 players - $28.33

½ hour on real ice with a BASE Certified Instructor

1 on 1  -     $85

2 players - $42.50

3 players - $28.33

4 players - $21.25

5 players - $17

6 players - $14.16

 Synthetic Ice Services

Video Analysis and Stick Fitting

includes 45 mins to 1 hr of 1-on-1 time with a certified fitter and copies of videos taken

$60

BASE CERTIFIED INSTRUCTION

1 hr - $60

45 min - $45

30 min - $30

Punch Card (10 hrs)

$500

Located in Langley, BC our Vancouver Shooting Performance Centre is the first of its kind in the world. Our facility houses one real ice training rink and one synthetic ice surface. Our real-ice surface is 80ft x 40ft and is completely surrounded by full-spec boards and glass. This surface is perfect for skill development and on-ice training exercises.

Our synthetic ice surface is used as our shooting analysis and stick fitting room where our hi-speed camera captures your shot in hi-def slow-motion. With this data, the fitter can see exactly how far you flex your stick and if the blade’s lie is truly the correct one for you.

See yourself at 1250 frames per second side by side with examples of Pro shooters with world class technique. After your Shooting Analysis our Fitters will make their recommendation of what shaft size and flex, blade pattern and lie combination will work best for you. We will also discuss our recommendation for stick model based on the players ability and your budget.

When you arrive for your fitting it’s best to wear comfortable clothing (i.e. track pants/shorts) and you are required to bring your skates, gloves, helmet (depending on age and skill level) and your current stick.

Our on-ice training sessions require full equipment. Change rooms and showers are provided.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Fitter/Instructors

Cliff Ronning

Cliff Ronning

Cliff Ronning’s hockey career first made headlines in the early 80’s while playing for the New West Bruins of the WHL. During his Junior stretch, Cliff went on to receive the 84-85 WHL MVP of the Year award after breaking Brian Propp’s all-time scoring record. That year Cliff tallied 89 goals in 70 games with a total of 197 points.

Drafted in the 7th round of the 1984 NHL Entry Draft by the St. Louis Blues, Cliff’s path to the NHL began with the Canadian National Team, where he led the team in scoring. After 3 years with St. Louis, Cliff was traded to his hometown team, the Vancouver Canucks. In Vancouver Cliff established himself as an elite NHL player, setting-up and scoring clutch goals that would eventually lead to the Stanley Cup Finals in 94.

Cliff retired from the NHL in 2004 with 1137 regular season games played, accumulating 306 goals and 563 assists for 869 points placing him in the 89th spot amongst the NHL’s all-time scoring leaders.

 

Shooting Technique

Base Hockey’s Al Iafrate demonstrates shooting technique for the wrist, snap and slap shot.


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