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by Staff Writer / Carolina Hurricanes

Advanced Skill Level camp is the last of three separate camps

RALEIGH, N.C. (July 23, 2004) – The Carolina Hurricanes’ summer hockey camps continue this week at the RecZone in Raleigh with the Advanced Skill Level camp, and will feature appearances by Head Coach Peter Laviolette, Assistant Coach Jeff Daniels and center Eric Staal. The Hurricanes’ sixth annual series of instructional hockey clinics began July 12 and will conclude this Friday, July 30.

“We are excited to give youth players the opportunity to skate with and learn from professionals like Eric Staal and our coaching staff,” said Hurricanes Promotions and Fan Development Manager Brian Mehm. “Combining NHL players and coaches with specialized individual attention has given us the ability to deliver an incredible package to youth players of all experience levels.”

The Advanced Level camp is third of the Hurricanes’ three, weeklong camps. The Skills Session ran July 12-16, and Intermediate Level camp took place July 19-23. Each camp features on-ice, street-hockey, training and power-skating sessions Monday through Thursday, and concludes with games on Friday.

This is the sixth year for the Hurricanes’ summer youth camps. Since its inception in 1999, the camp has grown from one week and 50 participants, to three weeks in Raleigh and more than 240 participants.

For more information about this year’s camps, please visit or contact Promotions and Fan Development Manager Brian Mehm via email at or by phone at 919-861-5434.

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