Blazers release training camp schedule

Kamloops, BC – The Kamloops Blazers will open their 2013-14 training camp with registration this Thursday, August 22nd at 5:00pm in the Parkside Lounge at Interior Savings Centre. All returning players and list players will participate in fitness testing starting at 9:00am at Valleyview Secondary School on August 22nd.

Ice sessions begin at 9:00am on Friday, August 23rd with Rookie Camp practices. Ice times will run from 9:00am – 9:15pm on Friday, August 23rd and Saturday, August 24th. All ice sessions will be held at Interior Savings Centre.

Main camp begins on Sunday, August 25th. Ice sessions will run from 9:00am – 1:00pm on both Sunday and Monday. Tuesday, August 27th, the Blazers will have morning ice sessions and break off into two teams for a game at 7:00pm.

The annual Blue vs. White game will be held on Wednesday, August 28th starting at 7:00pm. Tickets to the game are $5. This will be one of the first opportunities to check out the new HD score clock at Interior Savings Centre in action.   

The Blazers exhibition schedule starts on Friday, August 30th in Kelowna. The Blazers will host two home exhibition games at Interior Savings Centre on Sunday, September 1st against the Vancouver Giants at 6:00pm and on Friday, September 6th against the Kelowna Rockets at 7:00pm.

The Blazers will be joined at training camp by two special guests as Dallas Stars Goaltender Coach, Mike Valley and Dallas Stars goaltending prospect Jack Campbell will both be on the ice. Campbell was the Stars first round pick, 11th overall in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.

To purchase your 2013-2014 season tickets contact Ticketing & Promotions Coordinator, Missy Cederholm by phone at 778-471-8068 or by email at mcederholm@blazerhockey.com. For pricing information, follow this link.


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