Minnesota Hockey today announced 46 girls have been selected to attend the 2022 USA Hockey Girls Under-18 and Girls 16-17 National Player Development Camps. The top girls’ hockey players were selected to represent Minnesota following their performances at the CCM Minnesota Hockey High Performance programs this spring.
The girls selected will take part in one of two USA Hockey player development camps this summer. The Girls 16/17 National Player Development Camp will take place in St. Cloud, Minnesota on June 25 - July 1. A few weeks later, the Girls Under-18 National Select Player Development Camp will be held in St. Cloud on July 15 - 21.
21 Minnesotans have been chosen to participate in the Under-18 Select camp, including Sedona Blair (Holy Family/Eden Prairie, Minn.), Ava Lindsay (Minnetonka), and Josie St. Martin (Stillwater), who will compete on the U.S. Women’s National Under-18 Team at the 2022 IIHF Women's World Championships in Wisconsin on June 6-13.
USA Hockey’s Girls 16/17 Player Development Camp in St. Cloud will feature 25 participants from its host state. This camp will also serve as an evaluation-based camp to determine which players will be selected for the remaining available spots for the Girls U18 Select Camp.
USA Hockey National Camp participants will represent 24 different Minnesota communities, spanning from Northfield to Duluth and Chisago Lakes to Mound Westonka.
Follow the links below for a current list of participants at each age level:
Only players who have been cleared to attend one of the two National Girls’ Player Development camps outlined above as of May 25, 2022 are listed. Any player who is still in consideration as an alternate for the National Girls’ Player Development Camps will be notified directly of her status and will be added to these lists if selected at a later date. In addition, all 2007s selected for national camps will be announced following the CCM HP Girls 15 Summer Development Camp in June.
The CCM Minnesota Hockey High Performance Programs are conducted in conjunction with USA Hockey and are referred to as “Select” programs in other parts of the country. The national festivals/camps are used by USA Hockey to identify the top performers in each age group for possible opportunities to represent the U.S.A. at advanced levels of national and international hockey competition.