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Saturday, August 4, 2012

WHL Prospects Camp - Scout needed

Due to a personal issue, the scout I had assigned to scout the WHL Prospects Camp at the Father David Bauer Arena from August 10-12, can't make it.  If  you are able to scout the tournament, I will provide you with the schedule and what I would be looking for.

Some of the times I would need you to watch are:
Friday Evening - 4:45 - 8:15 - 3 scrimmages

Saturday Evening - 5:00 - 10:00 - 3 scrimmages

*There are also several scrimmages during the day on Saturday and Sunday if that works better but they are staggered and not consecutive.


Anonymous said...

Alberta's U16 (top 34) has Brady Reagan & Ty Comrie on there...gotta be some pissed Albertan's right about now. I know the Brick connection and their influence and pull in Alberta but am confused about the Brady connection...any insight?

Anonymous said...

Reagan's moved back to Calgary after living a year in The Okanagan. He's legit and Alberta's stronger for it