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BC Hockey Male U17 Provincial Camp and Male Best Ever Officiating Camp in Nanaimo
Monday, July 17, 2006

The BC Hockey Male U17 Provincial Camp and BC Hockey Male Best Ever Officiating Camp kicked off over the weekend in Nanaimo at the Nanaimo Ice Centre and Malaspina University-College. Camp activities began Sunday morning. Inter-squad games will occur this Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 7:00 p.m. at the Nanaimo Ice Centre and are open to the public.

 

These inter-squad games are an opportunity to see BC’s finest male high performance athletes in action. The 50 players participating in the camp were selected through careful evaluation by BC Hockey high performance evaluation staff at the U17 CCM BC Cup in May.

 

Team BC, composed of 20 players from the camp, will be announced midday on Friday, July 21 and remain at the camp through Sunday for additional training. The team will represent our province at the 2007 Canada Winter Games in Whitehorse, YT in February and March 2007.

 

The two camps are intermingled, giving officials the opportunity to work with high performance athletes in real game settings, while providing officiating for the U17 inter-squad games.

 

The intense eight-day U17 Male Provincial Camp aims to train and prepare British Columbia's finest male hockey players within their age group for possible selection to future national and provincial teams. Many hockey stars and coaches today have used this program as an important development experience in their careers.

 

2006 BC Hockey Male U17 Provincial Camp Roster

 

Name

Pos

Ht

Wt

2005-2006 Team

Barnstable, Kraymer

G

6’1

155

Vancouver Rangers – MML

Curtis, Ian

G

6’5

215

South East Flames – MML

Heemskerk, Thomas   

G

6’

175

Chilliwack

Hetherington, Corbin

G

6’1

175

North Island Pack – MML 

Jones, Martin

G

6’1

165

North West Giants – MML

Walsh, Andrew

G

6’2

167

Notre Dame

Brent, Chase

D

5’8

160

Cariboo Canucks – MML

Clements, Mike

D

5’10

165

Vancouver Rangers – MML

Elliot, Stefan

D

6’

165

North Shore Winter Club

Frederickson, Colin     

D

6’1

182

South Island Avalanche – MML

Hlookoff, Tyler

D

5’11

165

Castlegar Junior B

Mah, V. Tyler              

D

6’2

180

North West Giants – MML

Marshall, Devon

D

6’5

210

Okanagan Rockets – MML

McIntosh, Riley           

D

6’5

185

North East Attack – MML

Oatway, Shane

D

6’

175

Kamloops AAA

Quinn, Michael

D

6’

155

South West Hawks – MML

Reddington, Mike

D

6’

195

North East Attack – MML

Scarborough, Mike

D

6’

185

South Island Avalanche – MML

Stanyer, Rylan

D

6’1

175

Cariboo Canucks – MML

Tarasoff, Darren

D

6’1

165

Castlegar Junior B

Teubert’ Colten

D

6’4

181

South West Hawks – MML

Torbohm, Kurt

D

6’2

195

Thompson Blazers – MML

Wiercioch, Patrick

D

5’11

145

North East Attack – MML

Wilkins, Jordan

D

6’5

210

Okanagan Rockets – MML

Beach, Kyle

F

6’3

190

Okanagan Rockets – MML

Bloodoff, Evan

F

5’10

175

Castlegar Junior B

Cumiskey, Clayton

F

5’10

160

South East Flames – MML

Dobrowolski, James

F

6’2

175

Okanagan Rockets – MML

Edwards, Spencer

F

5’8

150

North East Attack – MML

Eisenhut, Craig

F

6’

190

Okanagan Rockets – MML

Frazee, Thomas

F

6’3

 

North Delta

Hall, Mark

F

5’8

175

Thompson Blazers – MML

Harding, Liam

F

5’7

165

Vancouver Rangers – MML

Hickmott, Jordon

F

6’1

180

South East Flames – MML

Hood, Dylan

F

5’9

170

South Okanagan AA

Ius, Matthew

F

6’

190

North East Attack – MML

Kakoske, Bryce

F

6’0

195

Okanagan Rockets – MML

Kennedy, Todd            

F

6’2

190

Thompson Blazers – MML

Lebreche, Mitch

F

5’8

165

Nelson Junior B

Lee, Derek

F

5’8

145

North West Giants – MML

McMillian, Brandon

F

5’10

195

Vancouver Rangers – MML

Piluso, Mike

F

5’10

165

North East Attack – MML

Pistone, Tyler

F

6’

160

North Island Pack - MML

Shattock, Tyler

F

6’3

205

Kamloops (MML)

St.Denis, Kyle

F

5’7

160

Beaver Valley Junior B

Stefishen, Taylor         

F

5’11

160

North West Giants – MML

Thompson, Brandon

F

5’11

160

North West Giants – MML

Wudrick, Geordie

F

6’2

190

Notre Dame

Howse, Ryan

F

5’11

170

Prince George

Ferraro, Landon           

F

6’

165

Burnaby Winter Club

 

2006 BC Hockey Best Ever Officiating Camp Roster

Name

Hometown

Kevin Bennett   

Kelowna

Steve Bratt

Port Alberni

Cody Chretien   

Port Alberni

Brian Eagle      

Surrey

Glen Eisler       

North Vancouver

Mike Langin      

Kelowna

Eric Martens                 

Vanderhoof

Tyson Schwarz

Williams Lake

Matt Oliver

New West

Darren Pittendreigh

Chase

Patrick Shantz              

Coquitlam

Kevin Sherman

Prince Rupert

Cody Wanner   

Campbell River

Spencer Westlake

Delta

 

The BC Hockey Male U17 High Performance Camp represents the third stage of the BC Hockey Male High Performance Program designed to identify and train BC’s select players born in 1990 for Hockey Canada’s Program of Excellence. These players have successfully performed in the two pervious stages of the BC Hockey Male High Performance Program. These stages are district selection and training camps and the recently completed U17 CCM BC Cup Competition.

 

The BC Hockey Male U17 High Performance Program is the first stage in the Hockey Canada’s Program of Excellence.  The objective of this program is to introduce players and coaches to world international style competition and IIHF playing rules. This program assists with the identification and training of players and coaches for the National Under 18 Team, National Junior Team and the Canadian Olympic Team. 

 

The BC Hockey Best Ever Officiating Camp is the first stage in development of elite officials in BC. At the completion of the camp, the top officials have the opportunity to move forward in the program. They may become included in the high performance pool where they are eligible to be selected for major provincial and national events such as the BC Winter Games, BC Hockey Male U17 CCM Cup, Hockey Canada Program of Excellence, Canada Winter Games and World Under 17 Hockey Challenge.

 

For more information about the BC Hockey Male U17 High Performance Program, please email highperformance@bchockey.net. Email officiating@bcaha.net for more information about the BC Hockey Best Ever Officiating Camp.

 

 


 
      



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