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Kendall Coyne along with her staff created a three-day camp dedicated to player development on every level. Our goal is to improve each player’s fundamental skills, hockey sense, creativity, and understanding of the game. Players will learn about nutrition, mental preparation, goal setting, and the developmental process. But most importantly, the main goal of the Kendall Coyne Hockey Camp is to ensure every player leaves camp with a smile on their face and continues to follow their dreams.


Groups: Players 6-16 years will be split into groups based on age and skill level. Age restrictions are set unless otherwise specified. Each ice session is broken into age-specific skills, drills, stations, and small area games.



Kendall Coyne

Kendall Coyne Schofield

  • 2x Olympian
    • 2018 Olympic Gold Medalist
    • 2014 Olympic Silver Medalist
  • 6x World Champion
  • 2016 Patty Kazmaier Award Winner
  • 3x All-American
  • All-time time goals and points leader in Hockey East and Northeastern Hockey History
  • B.A. & M.S. from Northeastern University

More about Kendall



Kenny McCudden

Currently an assistant coach of the Columbus Blue Jackets (NHL) – Kenny McCudden joined the Columbus Blue Jackets coaching staff in June 2015 after spending 16 seasons as the skating and skills coach of the American Hockey League’s Chicago Wolves.

McCudden has worked with numerous NHL players and instructed at prospect camps for the Colorado Avalanche, St. Louis Blues and Atlanta Thrashers, as well as the Ontario Hockey League’s Sudbury Wolves and the Ontario Hockey Association. He was the skating and skills coach for the United States Women’s National Team from 2011-14. His stint with Team USA included serving as a scout for the silver medal-winning squad at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

The Chicago native was born on August 6, 1961. He has worked with thousands of youth and amateur players in the Chicago-area as operator and owner of Ice Company Hockey Schools since 1990. He began his career with the Chicago Blackhawks in 1979 as a 17-year-old stick boy and was the team’s assistant equipment manager when he left the organization in 1985.

Kevin Coyne

Kevin Coyne

Kevin played AAA hockey in the Chicagoland area before moving on to play junior and college hockey. Kevin has coached mite through midget major at the Orland Park Vikings and the Joliet Jaguars. In addition, he has worked as a skills coach under Robby Glantz, Turcotte Hockey School, and served as the hockey director at the Morgan Park Sports Center.

Shannon Coleman

Shannon Coleman is the current head coach of the Chicago Mission U12 girls team. She played D3 collegiate hockey at Salve Regina University in Rhode Island, where she majored in Elementary and Special Education. She currently coaches for the Chicago Mission U12 girls team. Previously she coached for the St. Jude Knights Girls Program. Shannon is a kindergarten teacher in the Chicago Public Schools. Shannon continues to be involved in promoting girls hockey on the southside of Chicago.

Rob Granato

Rob Granato

  • 25 years coaching experience:
    • Chicago Fury
    • Green Bay Gamblers
    • Naperville Sabres
    • CYA
    • TI
    • Huskies
    • Cammi Granato Hockey Camp
  • Playing Career:
    • Professional Roller Hockey
    • Chicago Cheetahs, College
    • University of Wisconsin, Junior
    • USHL Madison Capitals,
    • High School – Burnsville Braves (Minnesota)
    • Youth – Chicago Minor Hawks, Elmhurst Huskies

Keith Mizwicki


Keith brings 20 years experience coaching and training players from youth to professional instructing over 50 players currently playing in the NHL, AHL, Europe, DI/DIII and Junior A. Keith is the Midwest Director of Think On The Rink – an organization dedicated to progressive skill development and quantified game performance analytics. Keith has head coached youth boys and girls Tier 1 AAA teams for 7 years including the Chicago Mission, Chicago Chill and Chicago Fury. He recently directed the Orland Park Vikings Girls Hockey organization (2014-2017) winning back-to-back IL State Championships. Keith is a Level 4 Certified USAH Coach and a graduate and former player at St. Norbert College. Keith is married with 3 children (Elle, Emmy, Rhett), 2 of which play hockey, and is the Director of Integrated Analytics at Gogo.

Amanda Boskovich

Amanda Boskovich
Amanda played high school hockey with Team Illinois and the Chicago Mission. During her time with the Mission she won a national championship. She went on to play college hockey at The Ohio State University. She graduated with a degree in accounting. Amanda continued her education and received her masters in accounting from University of Illinois. During that time, Amanda was the head coach of the women’s club hockey team at the University of Illinois. Currently, Amanda works in public accounting for Ernst & Young.

Monika Barret

Monika Barrett grew up in Orland Park and played for the Chicago Chill and the Chicago Fury all the way through the end of high school. She went to Miami University (Ohio) where she played club hockey and was captain of her team. Monika graduated from Miami in 2018 and is currently a law student at Loyola University Chicago School of Law. She also coaches hockey over the summers at Morgan Park Sports Center.

Nick Anderson

Nick Anderson
Nick has be involved in hockey from a very early age as a player and as a coach. He has worked as a goalie coach with all levels of Chicago Fury Girls Program as well the Chicago Mission. At the Mission he covered all ages and was also a staff of the 2017 Bantam Major National Championship Team. In addition to doing numerous camps for 200×85 he also served as the head goal-tending coach for the Bridgedale Academy. Nick is currently employed by the Chicago Blackhawks focusing on analytics. 

Savannah Harmon

A 2018 graduate from Clarkson University with Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship Major, while also minoring in Law and Psychology. Served as team captain for the 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons, which won back to back national championship titles. Savannah was a two time all American and, a Top-10 Patty Kazmier Award Finalist, while also earning ECAC Hockey’s Best Defensemen Award back to back seasons, and ECAC First- team all league honors.

DI & DIII Student-Athletes

DI & DIII Student-Athletes
There will be numerous coaches who are current NCAA DI/III student-athletes.

Shannon Javaras

Shannon Javaras
Shannon Javaras is dedicated to empowering young girls through fitness and sports. She has spent the last 6 years hosting a girls camp in her community called “ Shannon’s Speedsters” focusing on building confidence and self-esteem with various activities. She is currently a NASM and Brand X Method certified trainer at Dinami Gym where she programs strength and conditioning classes for young athletes. Shannon Javaras will be in charge of conducting off-ice training at the 2019 camp. This will be her second year in a row.

Michael Schofield

Off-ice coordinator – Michael Ross Schofield III is an American football offensive guard for the Los Angeles Chargers of the National Football League. He was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the third round of the 2014 NFL Draft. He played college football at Michigan.

Sammi Antosz

Lululemon – Director of Dreams and Goals Workshop. The workshop celebrates active girls by creating an experience designed to connect girls through movement and encourages them to dream big. Through our partnership with ivivva athletica we hope to connect a global community of brave, compassionate and adventurous girls – to get involved, support each other and impact the world around them.

Julie Burns

Julie H. Burns, MS, RD, CCN, is an integrative sports nutritionist, a licensed and registered dietitian, and a board certified clinical nutritionist. She is the Founder of SportFuel, Inc., an integrative sports nutrition and wellness consulting firm, and the Managing Member of Eat Like the Pros®, a customized local organic organic catering company.


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