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2022 Spring Tournament Team

 

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

**Goalie spots FULL**

JOIN US ON FEBRUARY 21st, 2022

Join us for our Spring ID Camp. This event will enable us to select groups of like-minded players that are committed to continuing their hockey development through the spring with team play, tournaments and the option for development sessions.

WHO: Male 2008 born players

WHEN: February 21, 2022 from 1:15 – 3:15pm

WHERE: Iroquois Sports Centre, Whitby, ON 

PRICE: $40.00 plus taxes

EVENT DETAILS:

2 hours of ice:

  • 1 Hour Skill Development with Okanagan Skills Coach Mike Duco and Head Coach U15 Spring Team Todd Collins 
  • 1 Hour of Small Area, Compete Drills and Scrimmage

*Covid-19 protocols will be communicated prior to the event

ID CAMP REGISTRATION

**Goalie spots FULL**

SPRING 2022 PROGRAM DETAILS:

  • $900 plus taxes
  • Includes Team Jersey and Socks
  • Includes 3 Tournaments

Confirmed Tournaments:

  • Toronto Invitational (April 22 – 24)
  • Showdown in the Six (May 27 – 29)
  • Bauer Pro Hockey Spring Shootout (May 6 – 8) 

U15 Spring Team Head Coach: Todd Collins 

Todd Collins played his minor hockey in the Whitby Wildcat organization before playing Jr. In Oshawa and Port Hope. Following a four year collegiate career at Marian University (Wisc.), where he majored in Biology and minored in Athletic Coaching, Collins has been coaching and instructing in the Durham Region for the past 10 seasons. Working primarily with the U15 and U16 age groups Todd has coached with Central Ontario, Clarington Zone, as well as Cobourg Jr. A and Clarington Jr. C. Working as a skill developer as well, he has helped players graduate to all levels of Jr, including the OHL and collegiate hockey both in Canada and the USA.
 

REGISTER NOW!

**Goalie spots FULL**

 

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