Capital Sports Management Inc.

Capital Sports Management Inc.

February 21, 2013 13:25 ET

Capital Sports Management Inc. Unveils Lineup for 2013 Ottawa Senators Summer Hockey Camps

OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Feb. 21, 2013) - Capital Sports Management Inc. (CSMI) announced today that both the Bell and Cavanagh Sensplex are now accepting registrations for each of their 32 different summer camps.

Beginning on Monday, July 8, and running for eight consecutive weeks, Ottawa Senators Summer Hockey Camps are designed to provide participants with a fun, hard-working environment where they will improve their abilities and level of enjoyment in hockey.

Held exclusively at the Bell Sensplex, with the exception of the Aug. 12-16 performance and power skating camp based at the Cavanagh Sensplex, each of the week-long camps will blend high-tempo on-ice drills with fun and valuable off-ice activities to maximize the physical and mental development of each participant. Camps are available to male and female players of all abilities from non-competitive levels to elite. Position-specific camps are also available, including the return of Senators goaltending coach Rick Wamsley's annual camp.

New this summer, a shooting and puck control camp will be offered from July 15-19, as well as an additional week of camps that will run Aug. 26-30.

"This year's camp lineup offers more variety than ever before," said CSMI programs manager Andy Bryan. "In continuing to combine top-level instruction with all of the amenities of one of the region's best facilities, we look forward to providing a second to none summer hockey experience for all of our participants".

Detailed information on each of the available camps can be found here: http://www.bellsensplex.ca/programs-summer-hockey-camps.php

The first session of camp runs from July 8-12, with the last session taking place from Aug. 26-30. The majority of last year's summer hockey camps sold out with a record number of participants (nearly 1,200 area youth) spending a portion of their summer honing hockey-related skills. The camps featured guest appearances from Mark Borowiecki, Todd White, Mika Zibanejad, Marc Methot, Corey Cowick and Jakub Culek.

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