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Penguins To Hold Youth Hockey ‘Scrimmage Camp’ June 21-25 At Ice Castle In Castle Shannon

by Staff Writer / Pittsburgh Penguins
As part of the Pittsburgh Penguins’ continuing effort to support youth hockey in the region, the team will hold its annual Youth Hockey Scrimmage Camp June 21-25 at Ice Castle in Castle Shannon.

The camp, open to youth hockey age levels from 5-17, will include skills instruction, power skating and a round-robin tournament -- enabling youngsters to have fun playing competitive hockey in a relaxed summer environment.

Two-time Stanley Cup champion Phil Bourque and Robert Morris University hockey coach Derek Schooley will be among the instructors. World-renowned power-skating instructor Besa Tsintsadze also will be on staff.

The camp features a large staff of coaches for a low skater-to-instructor ratio and also includes dedicated goaltender instruction. Each player will receive a team trophy at the conclusion of the round-robin tournament on Friday, June 25.

More than 125 skaters already are enrolled in four age levels: Mite (5-8), Squirt (9-10), Pee Wee (11-12), Bantam-Midget (13-17).

A limited number of spaces are still available. Players may register online at camp.

For more information on Penguins youth hockey camps, please contact Max Malone of the Penguins amateur hockey department at 412.642.1333.
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