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Best 2001's Named for HP 15 Summer Camps

By Minnesota Hockey, 04/26/16, 4:00PM CDT

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Minnesota Hockey has announced the selectees and alternates for the 2016 CCM High Performance 15 Boys and Girls Summer Camps. The week long camps will be held at St. Cloud State University in St. Cloud, MN.  Players will be exposed to a series of on-ice and off-ice development opportunities while training with and against the best players in the state.

The Girls HP 15 Summer Camp will take place June 11-16, and the Boys HP 15 Summer Camp will be held June 18-23. 

“In terms of the friendships they make and the overall hockey experience, this camp is like no other these kids will experience as a youth hockey player,” said Boys HP 15 Program Manager, Scott Dornfeld. “Our coaches and counselors are always excited about coming to camp. They know how great an experience it is for these kids because some of them participated in it not so long ago, and others have been helping with it for almost 20 years.”

The staff at the summer camps include Minnesota Hockey officials along with prominent college and high school coaches teamed with current and former college hockey players to serve as coaches, role models and counselors for each team.

"These players are not only getting to interact and perform in front of college coaches and scouts, but they have the chance to talk with current college players," said Girls HP 15 Program Manager, Nancy Wefler. "The ability to get that first hand information from someone experiencing it right now has a big impact on these girls."

Boys' Summer Camp Selectees & Alternates

Girls' Summer Camp Selectees & Alternates

The top players during the Summer Camp will be chosen to represent Minnesota Hockey at a national festival/camp sponsored by USA Hockey involving the best players from each of the USA Hockey districts. 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.

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Minnesota Hockey has announced the selectees and alternates for the 2016 CCM High Performance 15 Boys and Girls Summer Camps. The week long camps will be held at St. Cloud State University in St. Cloud, MN.  Players will be exposed to a series of on-ice and off-ice development opportunities while training with and against the best players in the state.

The Girls HP 15 Summer Camp will take place June 11-16, and the Boys HP 15 Summer Camp will be held June 18-23. 

“In terms of the friendships they make and the overall hockey experience, this camp is like no other these kids will experience as a youth hockey player,” said Boys HP 15 Program Manager, Scott Dornfeld. “Our coaches and counselors are always excited about coming to camp. They know how great an experience it is for these kids because some of them participated in it not so long ago, and others have been helping with it for almost 20 years.”

The staff at the summer camps include Minnesota Hockey officials along with prominent college and high school coaches teamed with current and former college hockey players to serve as coaches, role models and counselors for each team.

"These players are not only getting to interact and perform in front of college coaches and scouts, but they have the chance to talk with current college players," said Girls HP 15 Program Manager, Nancy Wefler. "The ability to get that first hand information from someone experiencing it right now has a big impact on these girls."

Boys' Summer Camp Selectees & Alternates

Girls' Summer Camp Selectees & Alternates

The top players during the Summer Camp will be chosen to represent Minnesota Hockey at a national festival/camp sponsored by USA Hockey involving the best players from each of the USA Hockey districts. 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.

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