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THE NORTH OKANAGAN KNIGHTS ARE COMING OFF A HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL PROSPECTS CAMP

The Capital News Centre Arena was filled with many fine hockey players on the weekend, as The North Okanagan Knights held their Prospects Camp.  The camp is the first step in identifying talent for the 2015-2016 season and beyond.

The North Okanagan Knights are coming off a highly successful Prospects Camp, in which the club was able to identify many elite prospects.

The camp – held between June 19th and June 21st in Kelowna – was filled with prospects between the ages of 15 and 20 years of age.

Excellent attendees came from as far away as Manitoba and Michigan.

Equally exciting to the coaching and scouting staff was the strong contingent of local BC players – several of which were from the immediate and outlying areas of Armstrong.

Coach Bryant Perrier was thrilled with the weekend.

“We were very happy as a staff,” commented the coach.  “The skill level on the ice was high, we had many strong players and the athleticism was exceptional for a spring camp.”

The camp served two purposes for the coach and his staff.

“We were able to identify many young players,” he said.  “As well, we were fortunate to have many of our veteran players return and they practiced and played in games with many of our younger prospects.”

A good number of the players at the camp are eligible and likely to make next year’s club.

“I would say there were a hand full of players at this camp who could comfortably step into the KIJHL this season,” he commented.

While many of the club’s prospects were not in attendance due to other commitments, Perrier says the club’s scouting staff is fully aware of their abilities.

“Our talent pool is improving and talented.  It is an exciting time for our fans and for our organization.”

“We are working to really assemble a good list of players who want to play here.  Fall camp is going to be great.”

 

NORTH OKANAGAN KNIGHTS SET TO OPEN THEIR 2015 PROSPECTS CAMP

NORTH OKANAGAN KNIGHTS SET TO OPEN THEIR 2015 PROSPECTS CAMP

The North Okanagan Knights will open their doors for their 2015 Prospects Camp on Friday, June 19th at the Capital News Centre in Kelowna, BC as preparations begin for the upcoming 2015-16 KIJHL season.

The Prospects Camp will run for three days, June 19, 20 and 21.  The registration numbers are strong.  We still have openings for 12 skaters.  The Goaltending positions are full.

All registration information is available for the Prospects Camp on the North Okanagan Knights website.   noknights.ca

Walk-on are welcome.

Anyone who has scholastic obligations are welcome to participate for the Saturday and Sunday ice sessions.

If you require more information, please contact Head Coach/GM; Bryant Perrier at bryantperrier@yahoo.com

We look forward to meeting you at our Prospects Camp!

 

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