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Former SMMHA player Mike Craig offering summer skills camps
Submitted By jbrock on Friday, April 29, 2016
Former St.Marys MHA product Mike Craig is returning to the area this summer to help develop players from the region at his Hockey Development Camp from July 13 to 17th in Woodstock for players from Novice to Bantam.



Mike was a very successful SMMHA player, who went on to play Junior C in Woodstock, then joined the Oshawa Generals (OHL).  During that time, he represented Canada in the  World Junior Championships, where he helped the team win a gold medal.  From there Mike was drafted into the NHL, and played several years in the NHL, and also in Europe. He is now working as an assistant coach for Lethbridge Hurricanes of the Western Hockey League (CHL).  Mike returns to the area to share his hockey knowledge and experiences with local players at his camp in Woodstock.

The Mike Craig Hockey Development camp will run from July 13-17, 2016 at the Southwood Recreation Centre in Woodstock, Ontario.

There are separate sessions for players in the Novice, Atom and PeeWee divisions, and registration includes both on-ice and off-ice training sessions supported by Mike Craig, and his staff.

Cost of registration for Novice/Atom/PeeWee aged players is $220, and includes a Tshirt and Jersey.
Contact [email protected] for registration, or more information.

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Additionally, there is a Bantam specific camp, aimed at older players who want to develop their skills.
The Bantam Elite camp includes dryland sessions, as well as on-ice sessions for players.

Registration for the Bantam Elite session is $180 and includes a Tshirt and Jersey. 
To register, or for more information, please contact Mike - [email protected]

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