The Edmonton Oilers Hockey School (EOHS) presented by Cenovus is now open for registration. The Oilers have once again joined forces with one of the most highly reputable and longest running hockey schools in the world, the Okanagan Hockey School, to deliver a first-class developmental experience for students aged four to 14.
“The camp is all fundamentals based and the kids who attend participate in programs that they can’t get anywhere else in the world,” said Blake Wesley, EOHS Camp Director. “We do unique things at Oilers Hockey School that we don’t do at any other location. I’m very proud of the way that the camp has grown and continues to fill up every year.” The EOHS is fortunate to be held at one of the best facilities in the world, from a hockey school perspective. Servus Place in St.Albert provides the EOHS with a venue that allows for both the on and off-ice training and classroom sessions to run under one roof.
The 2010 EOHS features a full day camp running from Sunday to Saturday. The program includes professional power skating instruction using leading edge equipment and methods, instruction in wrist, backhand, snap and slap shots and a video analysis of your skating. High-caliber coaches provide students with individual comprehensive evaluations that ensure their feedback translates into the development of the player as an athlete, but also as an individual.
From learning and improving basic skills to meeting your NHL heroes, the Edmonton Oilers Hockey School provides passionate players a unique experience to learn what it takes to be the best. Registration is now open for the 2010 Edmonton Oilers Hockey School. Visit edmontonoilers.com to register.