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Future Development Programs

Futures Development Program


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If you have any troubles identifying which registration link you may need, please visit the FAQ document posted on the righthand side of this page.

Registration for the Futures Development Program is $400.

For 13U/15U Combined and/or Coed registration, click here. (For Districts 3, 4/9-Marshall & Winona, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11/12, 15 and 16)


The Futures Development Program, provides an opportunity for players to train under a specially designed Minnesota and American Development Model curriculum, with program administration being run through each of the Minnesota Hockey Districts. Registration will be honored on a first-come, first-served basis. If you’re looking for a Spring development opportunity, this program is a perfect fit for you.

There will be a 15U program for 2009 and 2010 birth years, and a 13U program for 2011 and 2012 birth years. The 15U program will run from April 8 - May 26. The 13U program will run from March 25 - May 19. District specific schedules will vary, but will largely operate within those time frames.

The Futures Development Program is designed to provide a fun, constructive and dynamic developmental opportunity for skaters and goalies during the Spring. Player development is the core focus of this program:

  • 13 hours of developmental training
  • A mid-program 3v3 jamboree; teams play 4 cross-ice games (some travel may be required, and the intention is to consolidate each team’s 3v3 events into a single day).
  • End of program festival that will include two 5v5 games for each team (some travel may be required, and the intention is to consolidate each team’s 5v5 events into a single day).
  • A Program uniform – jersey and socks.
  • Player swag.

The Futures Development Program allows athletes to concurrently participate in other sports during the program’s timeframe. It is strongly encouraged that athletes participate in and prioritize other in-season sports, even if that means missing some designated ice sessions.

Steve Ruud

District 11 GM