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Player Development Camps Continue

07/05/2016, 8:30am EDT
By USAHockey.com

Hundreds of players from across the country gather for annual camps

Late June marks the start of camping season for USA Hockey, as hundreds of the nation’s best players from every district descend upon USA Hockey’s national player development camps.

As they have since the inaugural camps in 1977, these events provide an unequaled opportunity for teenage athletes to learn and develop under the tutelage of top coaches and U.S. National Team mentors from throughout the country. Camps consist of age-appropriate practices, games and off-ice training all geared toward strengthening young American hockey players.

The first of the camps begin June 24, with the Girls Under-18 Select Camp in Biddeford, Maine, and the Boys Select 17 Camp in Amherst, New York, taking center stage. Subsequent camps in Amherst and St. Cloud, Minnesota, begin July 8.

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Tag(s): 2016 Development Camps  Girls 15  Girls U18  Boys 17  Boys 16  Boys 15  Sled PDC  Girls U18 Select