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2017 Kamloops Blazers Hockey School

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February 14, 2017 - 2:20 PM

The 2017 Kamloops Blazers Hockey School will run from Aug. 14 to Aug. 18, 2017 at the Sandman Centre in Kamloops, B.C.

The school is open to boys and girls in four groups including Initiation (born 2011-2012), Novice (born 2009-2010), Atom (born 2007-2008), and Pee Wee (born (2005-2006).

The camp includes two separate ice-times daily including power skating and skills training, classroom session, off-ice activities and a lunch program.
                            
All on-ice sessions will be run by current Kamloops Blazers coaches Don Hay, Mike Needham, Terry Bangen, Chris Murray and Dan De Palma. The power-skating sessions will be run by Power Skating instructor Nina Hrycewich.

Each group will be led by a current Kamloops Blazers player, with a minimum of two group leaders per group.

“I never thought I’d play for the Blazers at the time, I just enjoyed going to the camp and having fun with the other kids on and off the ice. I learned so much from the instructors and it helped me get to where I am now. It’s really cool now that I’m an instructor, when just a few years ago I looked up to them. I just want to give kids the same great experience I had when I went.”
— Nick Chyzowski, current Blazers forward and former Blazers Hockey School Participant

As a special offer to our season ticket holders, Kamloops Blazers Hockey School will be offered at a cost of $425 when the child registered, or their parents, hold a season ticket for the 2016-17 season.

We recommend you register early as spots are limited and fill up quickly.

To register or find out more information on the Kamloops Blazers Hockey School, click here.

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