Prepping for rep

Chilliwack Minor Hockey

Chilliwack Minor Hockey camps will be running in mid to late August, led by Paul Nicolls.

Nicolls and co-instructor Sean Wicker will run a summer power skating camp Aug. 15-19.

The camp will be available to players in hockey two to four, atom, peewee and bantam with a maximum of 25 players per group.

The camp will focus on forward and backward stride, edge control, turns, pivots, quick starts and acceleration.

The cost is $100 for five one-hour sessions.

A rep prep camp will run the following week at a cost of $100 for atoms and peewees, and $90 for bantams and midgets.

The focus will be on getting players ready for rep evaluations with emphasis on power skating, drills and game play.

Registration will be limited to 24 skaters and two goaltenders per group.

Get info by contacting the CMHA office at chilliwackminorhockeycamps@hotmail.com.

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