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10U AAA | 2011

Our players will have a complete travel hockey experience and compete against elite level competition. Our primary goal is to create a fun and competitive environment where every player can develop their skills and a passion for the game. Our programming is highly-focused on player development so that each player is equipped with the skills necessary to advance and excel at the next level. 

The season structure consists of:

  • 40-50 games including 3-5 tournaments
  • 3 practices per week including weekly advanced skill development sessions
  • Off-ice sports performance training sessions throughout the season
  • Goaltending skills clinics throughout the season
  • Team building and community service events

Head Coach Jeff Topor

Phone:  585.802.7566      |     Email:  jefferytopor@yahoo.com 

Jeff Topor is returning as head coach for the 2011 birth year team in the 2021-22 season. Coach Toper has been coaching with the organization for five year. Prior to joining the Jr. Amerks he coached for many years in the Canandaigua Knights youth hockey organization. 

Coach Topor is a Canandaigua native and grew up playing youth hockey in Canandaigua and also with Perinton Youth Hockey.  Coach Topor  is an account executive with Cars.com and resides in Victor, N.Y., with his wife, Jennifer and their two children.

 

 

Assistant Coach David Insalaco

Dave Insalaco is returning as an assistant coach for the 2011 birth year. He is currently the Associate Head Coach of RIT Division I men's hockey team. He's been with the Tigers for 14 years and during his time the Tigers won three Atlantic Hockey championships, including a trip to the 2010 NCAA Division I Frozen Four. A Rochester native, Insalaco played for SUNY Brockport and is the 7th all-time leading goal scorer and 10th in points.

He played two seasons of professional hockey with the Adirondack Thunder (UHL) and was on the coaching staff of the Green Bay Gamblers of the United States Hockey League  for three seasons.


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How can I learn more about the team?

A: If you have specific questions, please contact the head coach directly via email or cell phone.

 

Q: How are teams selected?

A: All our teams conduct open tryouts and final roster selections are determined by the coaching staff and members of our Hockey Development Group.

 

Q: Where do Jr. Amerks team skate?

A: The Rochester Ice Center is our home rink, however our teams utilize Paul Louis Arena, Bill Gray's Regional Iceplex, and Genesee Valley.

 

Q: What do you mean by "player-focused" development philosophy?
A: The vast majority of our players are between the ages of 5-15 which is an exciting and important time for their overall athletic development. Our program is designed around skill development so that our players can be successful and hopefully play the game for a really long time.  Learn more about our Player Development Program.
 

Q: How often does the team practice?

A: Our travel teams practice 2-3 times per week depending upon age group and skill level. Our AAA teams have three skates per week including a dedicated advanced skill development session plus two additional team practices. Additionally all our players have off-ice training sessions at Next Level Strength and Conditioning.

 

Q: How many players are on a team?

A: Most of our travel teams have 14-20 players per team. The younger age groups typically have 14-16 while older age groups have 16-20.

 
Q: Is there specialty goaltender training?
A: Yes, we partner with Janosz School of Goaltending to host regular goalie clinics throughout the season at no additional cost to your players. Click here to see a clinic in action.
 
Q: When are tryouts being held?

A: Due to COVID19, tryouts are taking place later than usual this year. Please visit our Teams Directory page for the tryout schedule.

 

 

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