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Family Sports Center to House Colorado CoE

By TPH Staff, 04/15/19, 11:00AM CDT

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Total Package Hockey is pleased to announce that it’s seventh Center of Excellence will be housed inside Family Sports Center in Centennial, CO, a south suburb of Denver.  The two-ice sheet, multi-purpose facility offers many amenities to its visitors and is also the training facility of the Colorado Avalanche.    

 

“Partnering with Family Sports is a great avenue for us as we strive to do things The TPH Way at our Colorado Center of Excellence,” TPH-Colorado Partner Angelo Ricci said.  “We love the quality of the venue, love the location and believe in the programs Family Sports runs to appeal to hockey players of all ages and abilities.  Above all, what we are most excited about is the commitment the leadership of the facility and South Suburban Parks and Recreation is making to the CoE model.  They want to see the CoE concept succeed in the Denver area and today is proof of that.”

 

In addition to providing student-athletes the opportunity to skate on the same ice as the NHL’s Avs, Family Sports will provide classroom space which will enable TPH to create the customized learning experience it promotes in the CoE model.  Student-athletes will perform a portion of their off-ice training across the parking lot in the 45,000 square foot South Suburban Sports Dome and will have the opportunity to pick from a customized, TPH athlete-friendly lunch menu inside Avalanche Grill.  The landscape of Family Sports Center will allow TPH to create a mini-campus within its new Centennial home. 

 

“Total Package Hockey’s vision aligns with South Suburban’s culture of providing quality experiences to our community,” said Family Sports General Manager Bill Dobbs.  “We feel fortunate to be the home of such a high-caliber program.

 

Family Sports Assistant General Manager and Director of Travel Hockey Randy Murphy echoed Dobbs’ sentiment. 

 

“We are excited to partner with Total Package Hockey and the Center of Excellence,” Murphy said.  “The nationally recognized program will provide unique opportunities for our local community and athletes who are committed to success on and off the ice.” 

 

Prospective student-athletes and their families are invited to join Ricci and the TPH leadership team for its second open house, and first from its new home inside Family Sports Center, on Monday, April 29 at 7:00 PM.  To RSVP for the event, please click here. 

 

Space will be limited for the inaugural 2019-2020 school year, so interested student-athletes and their families are encouraged to apply to the Center of Excellence by clicking here.  Doing so will allow the prospect to secure the opportunity to be part of the Study – Train – Play experience in Centennial this fall. 

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