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New York Rangers Youth Hockey Camp: Comments from Campers

by Staff Writer / New York Rangers


Matt Maleska: I liked skating with the pros. I think the staff is great!


Henry Schonauer: Everything was really nice and for the two and a half days that I was here it was really
fun.



Michael Moore: This camp was the best hockey camp I have been to. I really hope they have this camp again next year.


Will Thompson: The camp was fun and enjoyable. The staff was kind and helpful. I learned new things about hockey. I would like to return next year.


Niall Harding: Camp was a lot of fun. The opportunity to meet former NHL greats was awesome and learning from them was even better. I hope this camp continues again next year so I can attend and have more fun.


Joe Boyce: This is a great camp! I had a lot of fun here. I learned a lot about hockey, and made many friends. I also liked the staff. I can't wait to come back!


Gabby Korotkin: I really enjoyed the Ranger camp. I look forward to coming next year. There were different varieties of drills and Rangers. It was the best camp I went to all year.


George Maxwell: I had a lot of fun. The best part was getting Al Montoya's autograph. I got it signed on my neck guard. The second best part was skating with Adam Graves and Brian Mullen.


C. Parker J. Weekes: My favorite part about the camp was two ice sessions a day. It was also fun to play Euro Handball and wiffle ball. And most important was meeting friends.


Christian Lusardi: The New York Rangers camp was very, very fun because there were actual players there and all the fun things.


Anthony Cucich: This week in the NYR camp I learned some really cool stuff. I liked when we played scrimmage games. I also loved meeting all the players, sled hockey, and all the new drills. I can't wait for next year.


Peter Abounaoum: Ranger's hockey camp was the best camp I have ever attended. I can't wait for next year. I loved when I met the hockey stars and they signed my shirt. All my teammates are going to be jealous because I met a lot of hockey stars.


Austin Tieri: I learned a lot of stuff. It was fun. I liked Myles and Steven and Katie. I liked playing with the players. I also liked that we did not just play hockey. We did not have to work a lot we also had fun.


Rene Gurega: I like the part when I played hockey.


Peter Gelston: I experienced agility and skills.


David Pelino: This camp was a good experience for me. Before I came here I could only raise the puck with a flip shot. Now I can do it with a wrist shot. I learned quite a lot. The coaches were great!


Alex Pelino: I thought the camp was fun. The ice was challenging and fun. I learned a lot. All in all it was great.


Tim Conlin: I liked when we did the scrimmage and when we did the skills competition.


Andrew Carlin: I thought it was really cool how we got to meet the pros like Brian Mullen and Adam Graves, Al Montoya, and it was a lot of fun.


Ben Fumega: Great coaching staff they helped me become a better player. It was really fun. I can't wait till next year.


Anonymous: Camp was fun but we could have played more basketball


Anonymous: I thought it was a fun camp. The office, playing basketball was fun. The hockey players helping out and giving us autographs was awesome. The only thing, was that I didn't learn that much as a goalie.


Anonymous: The New York Rangers camp was the best camp I have ever gone to. The camp is fun and challenging. If they were to do it again next year I would do it again.


John Hannon:
To my friends and staff at Ranger's Hockey camp;

Thank you so much for making my birthday special at camp. I definitely had the greatest week of my life. I really enjoyed learning about spinal cord injury and sled hockey. Of course all the hockey instruction and games were great!

Sincerely,
John Hannon
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