The second annual Twin Ports Pro Development Hockey Camp is July 10-14 at the Superior Ice Arena.
The camp is run by Superior natives Mike Sislo and Brett Olson. The goaltending coach is Troy Grosenick and a camp instructor is Adam Krause.
Sislo is in his sixth year of professional hockey and this past season played for the San Antonio Rampage (Colorado Avalanche) and Toronto Marlies (Toronto Maple Leafs). The former Spartan also played collegiately at the University of New Hampshire and played 42 games in the NHL for the New Jersey Devils.
Olson played this season with the EC Red Bull Salzburg EBEL (Austria). The former Spartan and Michigan Tech Huskie also played for the Abbotsford Heat (Calgary Flames), the San Antonio Rampage and Portland Pirates (Florida Panthers).
Grosenick, from Brookfield, Wis., is currently playing for the San Jose Barracuda (San Jose Sharks).
Krause, a Hermantown native and former Minnesota Duluth captain, is currently playing for Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (Pittsburgh Penguins).
The camp includes off-ice strength and conditioning, power skating (high school only), on-ice skill development, classroom sessions, lunch, jersey and T-shirts, as well as a scrimmage on the final day.
The cost is $400 for peewees and bantams, and $425 for high school players.
New this year will be a skate with the pros/coaches symposium the evening of July 9.
For more information go to twinportsprodevelopmentcamp.com.