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Register Now for Youth Hockey Development Skill Camps As Part of The 2011 RBC Cup in Camrose
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April 5, 2011
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Hockey Alberta, in partnership with Hockey Canada, United Cycle and the 2011 RBC Cup host committee in Camrose, is pleased to offer an Atom, Peewee and Bantam Skills Camp on April 30 and during the RBC Cup.

“This is a great opportunity for youth in the Camrose area to be a part of the 2011 RBC Cup and take away some valuable skills that will benefit them in their future hockey endeavours,” said Tim Leer, Hockey Alberta’s senior manager of development.

The development camps are open to both male and female athletes going into Atom (2001, 2002 birth years), Peewee (1999, 2000), and Bantam (1997, 1998).

There will be six camps in total; one camp in each category will run on April 30 and May 1. Athletes will receive 75-minutes of on-ice skill development, 60-minutes of off-ice hockey-specific training, and a 60-minute presentation on long-term athlete development and nutrition.

The cost is $45 per participant, which includes ice time, jersey, gym time, presentation, take-away resources, and special athlete gifts provided by United Cycle.

Contact Dave Brown, Hockey Alberta’s coordinator of development, at dbrown@hockeyalberta.ca for further event and registration information.


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