Flames host spring camp

Ridge Meadows Junior B squad recruited seven players from past camps

The Ridge Meadows Flames are ready to hold their annual spring camp.

Registration for players and goalies is now open, and the camp will take place May 22, 24 and 25 during the evenings at Planet Ice Coquitlam.

Players will participate in three games and will receive a camp uniform (jersey and socks), and an exit meeting at the conclusion of the camp with the Junior B club’s coaching staff.

The Flames currently have seven players on their roster who participated in their 2016 camp. Players interested in becoming a Flame are encouraged to sign up early.

Goalies will play one period in each the three camp games. The club also has a special goalies-only session scheduled on May 22 in addition to the camp games.

• The cost of the camp is $185 for players and $230 for goalies. Contact GM Jamie Fiset at jamie@flameshockey or cell 604-809-4625.

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