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2024 Female U18 POE Top-68 Camp Roster Announced

by Ezra Ginsburg  |  May 16, 2024 11:00 am

WINNIPEG, MB – Hockey Manitoba is pleased to release the roster for the 2024 Female Under-18 Program of Excellence Top – 68 Camp which will be held from June 7 – 9, 2024 at hockey for all centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

This camp will be the first phase of the Hockey Manitoba Female U18 Program of Excellence which is designed to provide high performance female players with the opportunity to develop advanced skills as well as an introduction to the concepts needed to play at an elite level. Players from the Program of Excellence go on to play at the U Sport, NCAA and International level.

The Female U18 POE Top-68 Camp will see a total of sixty-eight (68) athletes invited, comprised of thiry-six (36) forwards, twenty-four (24) defenders, and eight (8) goaltenders.

The Top-68 Camp will see athletes participating in intra-squad exhibition games and a goalie skill session designed to provide instructions on skills and concepts directly related to the Female Team Manitoba Principles of Play. All programming throughout the duration of the camp will be led by the Female U18 Coaching staff.

Following the Top-68 Camp, approximately forty players will be invited to the POE Top-40 Camp which will be held from July 5-7, 2024 at hockey for all centre in Winnipeg.

The third stage of the Female U18 POE process will see Team Manitoba compete in an exhibition series against the University of Bisons women’s hockey team in late September/early October.

Hockey Manitoba is pleased to recognize CCM Hockey and the Western Hockey League as Official Partners of the Program of Excellence. The POE is our high performance program that offers developing athletes who are on track to be elite with the opportunity to represent their province while providing a solid development path to the National and International stages.

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