Minnesota Hockey Marketing and Communications Manager Derek Ricke offers advice on how to stay safe and project a positive image on social media. Photo by Loren Nelson, LegacyHockeyPhotography.com
Social media education and insight on what it takes to play at the highest levels were among the off-ice instruction Tuesday during Day 3 of the CCM High Performance 14 Summer Development Camp.
During his presentation about social media, Derek Ricke, the Marketing and Communications Manager for Minnesota Hockey, focused on the importance for players to think about how they are presenting themselves: "People you don't know are watching you."
An evening session featured Development Camp coaches who are playing in college or professionally. They shared their advice on reaching the highest levels during a Q&A with players.
Development Camp coaches shared their insight on playing at the collegiate or professional level. Photo by Carmen Johnson, Minnesota Hockey
Gavin Kor (Shattuck-St. Mary's) scored twice in the second half as White rallied to beat Green to improve to 3-0 and remain the only unbeaten team in camp.
Kor's goal with 4:25 remaining gave White a 6-4 lead. Kash Benson (Minnesota Made) pulled Green to within a goal with 1:41 left. Benson scored twice for Green (1-2).
Alexander Hernandez (St. Michael-Albertville) had two assists for White, and goaltender Cody Niesen (Bloomington Jefferson) stopped 15 of 16 second half shots.
White's Jackson Dhein, left, and Green's John Scott. Photo by Loren Nelson, LegacyHockeyPhotography.com
Jack Betzer (St. Louis Park) and Trey Fredenberg (Stillwater) scored in the final 3 minutes for Royal Blue as it rallied past Red.
Fredenberg's winning goal, unassisted and on the power play, came with 1:23 remaining.
Royal Blue goaltender Leo Gabriel (White Bear Lake) stopped all 14 first-half shots he faced. William Belle (Shattuck-St. Mary's) had a goal and an assist for Red.
Photo by Loren Nelson, LegacyHockeyPhotography.com
Lane Olson (Princeton) and Owen Renslow (Marshall) each had a goal and an assist as Sky Blue improved to 2-1.
Cazimiro Carlson (Virginia) scored the lone goal for Gold.
Sky Blue goaltender Connor Hudson (Shakopee) stopped all 10 second-half shots he faced.
Sky Blue's Owen Lunneborg. Photo by Loren Nelson, LegacyHockeyPhotography.com