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MJHL Announces Development Camp

courtesy of mjhlhockey,ca

 

WINNIPEG, MB – The MJHL #ProtectMB U18 / U16 Prospect Development Camp gets underway Wednesday, July 14th and runs until Sunday, July 18th at Seven Oaks Sportsplex in Winnipeg.

 

U16 groups, made up of elite Manitoba players born in 2006 who are eligible for the 2022 MJHL Draft, will check-in on Wednesday with daily on and off-ice activities taking place until Saturday.

 

U18 groups, made up of elite MJHL Prospects from Manitoba born in 2004 and / or 2005, check-in on Thursday with daily on and off-ice activities taking place until Sunday.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW CAMP ROSTERS & SCHEDULE

 

The main goal of the camp is to help prepare these players on and off the ice for the upcoming season, what it takes to be successful in the MJHL and what it takes to get to the next level. (NCAA, WHL, USports, NHL). Camp activities will emphasize the elements these players need to focus on to transition successfully from elite minor hockey to elite Junior A hockey. The camp will also provide these players with an important opportunity to return to organized hockey activities in a professional, safe, and fun environment.

 

Players will receive both on and off-ice skill development led by experienced professionals and high-level hockey players. The on-ice program will consist of practice and skill development group sessions, and the off-ice portion will cover elements related to athleticism and mental skills, as well as the technical and tactical skills required to play in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League.

 

Panel:

Eddie Olczyk – Seattle Kraken (NHL)

Scott Arniel – Washington Capitals (NHL)

Don MacGillivary – Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL)

Ryan Smith – Spokane Chiefs (WHL)

Alfie Michaud – University of Maine (NCAA)

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