February 26, 2014 13:45 ET

Capital Sports Management Inc. unveils lineup for 2014 Ottawa Senators Summer Hockey Camps

OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Feb. 26, 2014) - Capital Sports Management Inc. (operator of the Bell, Cavanagh and Richcraft Sensplex facilities) announced today that it is now accepting registrations for each of the 45 separate camps comprising the lineup of the 2014 Ottawa Senators Summer Hockey Camps.

Entering its 10th season, the camps will now be offered at the new state-of-the-art Richcraft Sensplex in Ottawa's east end, as well as at the existing Bell Sensplex and Cavanagh Sensplex facilities in the west end of the city.

"We're very much looking forward to seeing the Richcraft Sensplex open its doors in August," said Sensplex director, hockey programs Andy Bryan. "To coincide with the facility's opening, we'll be adding four new weeks to our existing summer camp lineup and are excited to demonstrate to why our camps represent the absolute best value to folks in the east end of the city."

After hosting nearly 1,200 beginner, recreational, competitive and elite-level participants last summer, the expanded 2014 camps lineup will begin on Monday, July 7 and run for eight weeks. With 45 camps available at three facilities across Ottawa, there are options for every level of player anywhere in the city.

The 2014 camp lineup will continue to include Senators-related guests. Last year's camps featured appearances by players and alumni including Cody Ceci, Corey Cowick, Marc Methot, Chris Neil, Jean-Gabriel Pageau, Bobby Ryan, Jason Smith, Kyle Turris, Todd White, Patrick Wiercioch and Mika Zibanejad in addition to visits most weeks from the Sens Street Tour.

The Sens Goalie Camp which is led by the club's goaltending coach Rick Wamsley is once again available with an aim to offer young netminders a chance to receive personal on-ice instruction and classroom sessions. And, beginning this year, off-ice training sessions for all camps will be designed by Senators strength and conditioning coach Chris Schwarz and conducted by his FitQuest team.

With an exceptionally trained staff led by Ottawa Senators Hockey Programs Head of Hockey Development Peter Ambroziak, all camps offer a fun, safe, and supportive environment designed to help each player improve their abilities - whether it's pushing elite players to their limits or helping beginners learn the fundamentals of the game.

The majority of last year's camps sold out as nearly 1,200 area youth spent some of their summer honing hockey-related skills at the Sensplex facilities.

Registration details and additional information on each of the Ottawa Senators Hockey Programs can be found by visiting

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