The main reason behind the expansion is the increase in skilled hockey players in the North Peace region, and as a result more programs are also being offered for this year’s camp.
The programs available include a hockey camp that will run from the 12th-16th for $300, a hitting clinic on the 14th and 15th for $60, a shooting clinic on the 12th and 13th for $60, a veterans camp designed for elite players from the 12th-16th, rookies school from the 12th-16th for $250, conditioning camp from the 11th-15th for $140 dollars. This camp is designed for players 15 and older. There will also be a goalie clinic from the 12th-16th. The cost for that clinic is $165, or $60 dollars if the player has signed up for the hockey camp.
There is no deadline for registration for any of the classes, however the clinic always sells out every year. There are 35 spots available in the hockey school, and 30 in the veterans and rookie school.
The camp this year will again be led by Brad Fast and will also feature instructors such as Scott Ford of the Milwaukee Admirals of the AHL, Mike Hofstrand, and 2011 Toronto Maple Leafs draft pick Dennis Robertson.