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Oilers Training Camp to Include Minor Hockey Coaches Clinic
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August 29, 2006
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This season, Edmonton Oilers Training Camp will take place in Grande Prairie, Alberta, from September 14 - 17th, 2006.

One of the highlights of Oilers Training Camp is a Minor Hockey Coaches Clinic available free of charge to all coaches on Friday, September 15th from 2:00 – 5:00 P.M. at the Crystal Centre in Grande Prairie.

Coaches in the Grande Prairie region can join members of the Edmonton Oilers coaching staff, Hockey Alberta and Hockey Canada for a live interactive Minor Hockey Coaches Clinic featuring instructive on-ice demonstrations, as well as clinics on Puck Control, Shooting and Scoring, Goaltending and Game Preparation. The first 100 coaches to register will also receive a ticket for the Grande Prairie Storm home opener that same evening.

Coaches can register online starting immediately at www.edmontonoilers.com or at https://members.hockeycanada.ca/event/event.asp?EventID=99. The deadline for registration is 5:00 P.M. on Monday, September 11th.

For additional information, please contact Justin Fesyk at Hockey Alberta at (780) 532-9109, or by e-mail at jfesyk@hockeyalberta.ca.


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