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Friday, 17 March 2017 11:12

Dauphin Kings Getting Set to Hold Spring Camp

Photo Credit: Dauphin Kings Twitter Photo Credit: Dauphin Kings Twitter
Dauphin Kings will be holding their Spring Camp and Combine early next month.
The Camp is still open for registration for players looking to leave their mark for the Bantam Draft coming up.
 
Head Coach and General Manager Marc Berry describes something new the team is trying with Spring Camp.
 
"This year we have two different groups. We have a group of prospects that are eligible to play for us next year, and then we're doing (for the) first time ever, it's kind of a draft combine. We're going to get a group of 2002's, which is this year's draft age, together, and we want to do some off ice work and some practice time, and then some fitness testing on and off the ice."
 
The Camp starts on March 31st at noon, and runs until 6 o'clock on Sunday night.
 
Registration is still open. Kids eligible for this year's Bantam Draft can register at: http://www.dauphinkings.com/springcamp2017
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