The goalie camp, a full-day camp, is aimed at boys and girls ages six through 14.
The instructor will be Ben Vanderklok, goaltending coach for the IceDogs, as well as assistant goaltending coach for the Nashville Predators of the NHL, the Milwaukee Admirals of the AHL and the ECHL’s Cincinnati Cyclones.
The Elite camp is for players ages 11 to 14 who play hockey at a more advanced level – AAA, AA, A, Rep.
This camp is intended to work on more advanced skills and game tactics for the committed player.
Off-ice training is intended to get the camper into shape for the upcoming hockey season.
All on-ice skills will be run by Niagara IceDogs coaching staff. Current and former IceDogs, as well as other current or former OHL players, will also be on hand to provide instruction.
Campers will receive an IceDogs Hockey Camp jersey, tickets to an IceDogs 2013-2014 regular season home game, and more. Lunch will be provided each day to campers.
Goalie camp takes place Aug. 5 through Aug. 9, while the main skills camp takes place Aug. 12 through Aug. 16, or Aug. 19 through Aug. 23. Elite camp also takes place Aug. 19 through Aug. 23. Cost of the camps is $400 plus HST per week. All camp activities will be held at the Gatorade Garden City Complex in St. Catharines.
For information, contact the Niagara IceDogs office at 905-687-3641 or visit the website www.niagaraicedogs.net to view the brochure or register your child.
(Submitted by Niagara IceDogs)
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