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Jul. 17, 2015

GLACE BAY, N.S. – The first Nova Scotian to ever compete at the IIHF Women’s World Hockey Championship will be hosting a hockey camp in Glace Bay this August.

Hockey Nova Scotia is proud to present the Jill Saulnier Skills Camp for female players at the BAYplex in Glace Bay from August 7-9. The camp will feature two divisions: Atom-Peewee and Bantam-Midget.

Saulnier was named to Canada’s national women’s team last October and captured gold with the team at the 2014 4 Nations Cup. This past spring, she was a member of the national team that took home silver at the 2015 IIHF Women’s World Hockey Championship.

To register for the camp, please click here.

Saulnier will be the head on-ice instructor at the camp. She will be joined by Alex Normore (head off-ice instructor), Izzy Germaine (power skating coach), Lisa MacLean (instructor) and Taylor Crosby (goaltending coach).

To learn more about the camp and the instructors, please click here.

The registration fee is $250.00 and will include:

• 5 hours of on-ice instruction from Nova Scotia’s top female hockey players

• 2 hours of off-ice fitness instruction

• 3 hours of off-ice stick handling & shooting instruction

• 2 hours of off-ice leisure

• Classroom sessions

• HNS Jersey

• Jill Saulnier Skills Camp T-Shirt

• Sunday afternoon BBQ

To register for the camp, please click here.

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