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Knights Prospects Camp A Great Success

The North Okanagan Knights Prospects Camp was a very busy three days. The camp opened on Friday morning and concluded on Sunday afternoon. The camp was a three day event, with a variation of skill drills in the practice, small area games and cross ice games. To conclude, the traditional All-star game on Sunday afternoon.

“It was a different venue for this camp, said Head Coach Bryant Perrier. We got more creative in our thinking on how we wanted to evaluate the players. My Assistant Coaches and I were on the ice with the teams Friday morning running skill development practices. In the afternoon we had the teams play cross ice 3v3 and then full ice 3v3. Saturday, we had the teams play in a round robin tournament 3v3 cross ice and full ice 4v4 in the afternoon. Sunday was 4v4 full ice and in the afternoon we selected two All- Star teams to play 5v5.

We received a ton of positive feedback from the parents and players on how we organized the format for this particular camp. The players really had a lot to fun and they all competed hard. That is something our evaluators wanted to see and we exposed the players by playing in confined spaces on the ice and tight areas. We took the time and space away from the players, so now you can really see who thinks the game quicker and faster. You now see who can pass both on the forward and backhand. You see who can protect the puck and play keep away. Who can see who makes plays and who competes every shift said Perrier. It was exciting to watch from a coaching stand point.”

It was the largest Prospects camp the Knights have hosted in their two years under the new Ownership and Coaching staff. Participating were 68 players from all over the Province of BC, 15 players from Alberta, 5 from Saskatchewan and a hand full from the US. “Our local support and turn out was unreal said Perrier. We had approximately 30 players from Armstrong and the surrounding area.”

Approximately 15 players were invited back to the Main Camp in August which will take place in Armstrong at the Nor-Val Arena.

Check the Knights website in the next couple of weeks for the posting of this information at www.northokanaganknights.org

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