BCHL introduces Exposure Camp

The BCHL is hosting an exposure camp for the first time.

The BCHL is introducing an Exposure Camp for players born from 1999 to 2002 to be .held July 1 to 3 at the Richmond Olympic Oval. Submitted image

The BCHL is hosting an exposure camp for the first time.

The league made the announcement Thursday as the camp is to provide exposure for elite players to get seen by the league’s coaches and scouts from the college and professional ranks. The camp is for players born from 1999 to 2002 and will be held July 1 to 3 at the Richmond Olympic Oval.

“We think this camp can provide a huge benefit to young players and their families and it will be extremely useful for our teams because our coaches will be on the benches and running drills,” said BCHL commissioner John Grisdale in a press release. “Our league’s reputation for developing talented players for college and pro hockey is well established and we just want this camp to add to that.”

There will be three practice sessions, three full games, three educational seminars for players and parents and coaches meetings for performance feedback. Each player will receive a BCHL Exposure Camp jersey as well.

Those interested, visit the camp’s official website, www.bchlcamp.com.

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