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Scheifele blasts slap shot past young goalie at youth hockey camp

Jets star had fun at annual two-day school in Winnipeg

by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / NHL.com Staff Writer

Mark Scheifele is a terror for goaltenders, no matter how old they are.

The Winnipeg Jets star center brought the heat by blasting a slap shot past a young goalie at his hockey school Sunday.

Tweet from @NHL: There's absolutely no holding back if you're @markscheifele55. 🔝🧀(🎥: IG/ mscheif) pic.twitter.com/upAJThu80e

Scheifele was hosting his fifth-annual camp, which aims to help the next generation of hockey players grow and elevate their game while having fun. Scheifele himself was having fun, especially against the young goalies, over the two-day school in Winnipeg. He wowed them with this wrister, too.

Instagram from @mscheif: Great first day! Hope everyone had as much fun as I did. Can't wait for tomorrow @kidsportwpg #scheifs4kids

"These two days are so much fun," Scheifele told the Winnipeg Free-Press. "Getting to see kids smile and having fun playing hockey, it definitely puts a smile on my face, and I couldn't be happier right now."

Scheifele brought some friends, including Nelson Nogier and Logan Stanley, each of whom plays for Manitoba of the American Hockey League, and Minnesota Wild forward Eric Fehr, who also had some fun at the young goalies' expense.

Tweet from @EricFehr: I had a great time at the 5th annual @markscheifele55 hockey school! @KidSportWpg #SoALLkidsCanPlay Thank you goalies for letting me have this one! pic.twitter.com/iCBeXQTAGM

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