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POE TOP-40 CAMP ROSTERS UPDATED

by Hockey Manitoba  |  May 6, 2014 1:31 pm

WINNIPEG, MB – Hockey Manitoba announces updates to both U-16 and U-18 POE TOP-40 Camp rosters for May 8-11, 2014 in Portage la Prairie. 

Hockey Manitoba will see six players from their U-18 invite list attend the National U-18 Women’s Strength and Conditioning Camp which will be taking place in Hamilton, Ontario May 7-11.  Camp alternates were pre-emptively included within the initial invitations for the U-18 POE TOP-40 Camp to replace the players attending the National camp.  Invited to National Women’s U-18 Camp: Kristen Campbell (G), Christian Higham (F), Melissa Hunt (D), Ryleigh Houston F), Kate Friesen (D), Sheridan Oswald (F).

Click here for the U-18 Team Black roster

Click here for the U-18 Team Gold roster

The U-16 program will also have six players affected in the roster updates.  Three players invited to the camp will be unable to fully participate due to injury; Tyler Campbell (Shoulder), Nick Henry (Back) and Stelio Mattheos (Shoulder) will attend camp but will have limited or no participation during on-ice sessions and fitness testing.  With these injuries three alternates have been invited for another opportunity in the program being; Brendan Arnold (Winnipeg), Vaughn Dupre (Ste. Anne), and Cole Kirkup (Souris).

Click here for the U-16 Team Black roster

Click here for the U-16 Team Gold roster

Both U-16 & U-18 programs will run three practices with each team, along with three inter-squad games and one special teams game all at PCU Centre in Portage la Prairie over May 8-11. 

Click here for the 2014 TOP-40 Ice Schedule

Hockey Manitoba is pleased to recognize Canad Inns, Reebok-CCM Hockey, and the Western Hockey League as Official Partners of the Program of Excellence, along with Gatorade as the Official Sport Drink of Hockey Manitoba.


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