The OHA Prospects Summer Development Camp combines individual elite player development, with OHA exposure. Whether you’re interested in developing all aspects of your game or learning more about the OHA program, or both, this is the camp for you.
The OHA Prospects Summer Development Camp will expose you to the latest player development methods and resources necessary to prepare for the next level. At the end of this camp you will know exactly what you need to do this off-season, and how to do it effectively, to maximize your development potential.
This camp will also provide the opportunity to experience the OHA program, facility and staff in our flagship location, Penticton, BC.
The OHA Prospects Summer Development Camp also includes WHL Combine Testing. WHL Combine Testing consists of On-Ice & Off-Ice Testing Sessions featuring the same comprehensive tests performed at all WHL Combine Testing Events. Including Sherwin-Williams CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game, WHL Team Testing, Provincial High Performance Camps, US Under Armour Prospects Combine and more.
WHL Combine Testing will also provide the following take aways:
Athlete Report: individual athlete results and combine comparative results to peers
Sport Pulse: progress report comparing all historical individual athlete results
Access to WHL Database: Compare your results to over 7000 athletes tested with WHL Combines
Access to Sport Testing Database: Compare your results to over 20,000 athletes tested with SportTesting
Use your results to track your development progress, highlight areas of weakness, and target your off-ice/ on-ice training needs
All WHL Combine Results are entered into the WHL Database and sent directly to all WHL General Managers and Head Scouts to track and identify prospective players.
OHA showed me the difference between thinking I was working hard and actually working hard; before I thought just showing up was good enough. They also helped me understand that making a mistake is not a failure, as long I learn from that mistake it will help me become a better hockey player and a better person."