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Day 2 of 14 Boys’ CCM HP Camp in St. Cloud

By Zach Siggelkow, Special to Minnesota Hockey, 06/18/18, 9:30PM CDT


The 14’s kicked Monday off with dry land work at Husky Stadium on the campus of St. Cloud State University, with graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach, Nate Welty. Welty took the boys through a series of sprint and agility workouts for a conditioning session prior to their afternoon games. Following their first games of the week, all of the 14’s had the opportunity to shoot some pool, play ping pong or hit the lanes for a game of bowling in the Atwood Memorial Student Center at St. Cloud State. Following the first day of camp, HP 14 Program director, Jacob Mars stated, “Our camp stresses on-ice development, proper off-ice workouts and the importance of team building. We’re extremely pleased with how this group has come together and learned to play as a team. Great day at camp!”

Game 1 | Sky Blue 5, Gold 2

Sky Blue defeated the Gold squad in the first game of the camp by a score of 5-2. Mason Moree, Benjamin Wackman and Izaak Keefe all scored one goal while Riley Spindler tallied two in their win. Scoring for the Gold squad was Brent Gulenchyn and Caden Morgan. Sky Blue will earn two points in the camp standings and play Royal Blue at 4:45 on Tuesday.

Gold will look to pick up their first win on Tuesday at 1:15 PM when they take on the White team.

Game 2 | White 2, Green 1

After entering the intermission with a 1-0 lead, the White squad was able to break up an eventual 1-1 tie with Green, midway through the second period of the game. Wyatt Albrecht gave the White team an early lead in the first period, then Eric Pohlkamp tied things up for the Green squad in the second period. Johnny Hendrickson would give White their second goal with just over 10 minutes to play in the period to seal a victory for White in their first game of the camp. White will look to defend their undefeated record against Gold on Tuesday at 1:15 while Green will take on Red at 3:00.

Game 3 | Royal Blue 7, Red 1

Luke McCarthy had the headlining performance with four goals in Royal Blue’s 7-1 victory over Red in the final game of the day. Dylan Godbout, Cole Christian and Thomas Stattine each scored a goal for Royal Blue as well. Scoring for Red was Wyatt Carlson. Royal Blue will play Sky Blue at 4:45 on Tuesday while Red will play Green at 3:00.

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Great first day of camp today up in St. Cloud as the boys start the CCM High Performance Development Camp! Stay tuned for more photos and videos throughout the week. #CCMHP #14Boyscamp #15Boyscamp

— MH High Performance (@MinnHockeyHP) June 18, 2018