Trottier to host camp

The inaugural Bryan Trottier Summer Hockey Camp, presented by Coach’s Source for Sports, is scheduled in Wetaskiwin

  • Feb. 27, 2013 10:00 a.m.

The inaugural Bryan Trottier Summer Hockey Camp, presented by Coach’s Source for Sports, is scheduled in Wetaskiwin from Aug. 26 to 30 at the Wetaskiwin Civic Centre.

Designed by six-time Stanley Cup champion and Hockey Hall of Fame member Bryan Trottier, this will be one of the best professional hockey schools in the area.

Joined by former NHLer Rob Brown, these elite players and role models have played and trained and taught at the highest level.

The Bryan Trottier Summer Hockey Camp is designed for each child to learn and develop their individual hockey skills that will teach them solid fundamentals and take them to the next level.

“It’s my mandate that every child who attends this fun one week camp leaves as a better hockey player, has grown as a better person in a positive environment and has a memorable and meaningful time.” Trottier said. “Rob and I are looking forward to teaching these young players quality fundamentals on the ice every day. It’s how we all started.”

The five-day camp will have morning and afternoon sessions with four groups, including girls and boys, aged six to 17 years. Each group will be limited to 30 hockey players. Each day the camp will include two hours of on-ice, one hour of off-ice mentoring and one hour of dry land training.

For more information contact Don Elliot at 780-352-0173 coachs@sourceforsports.com

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