Duluth Icebreakers launch 6U girls hockey summer camp, return 8U clinics

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Hockey season never seems to stop in the Northland, and there’s a great opportunity coming up this summer for young girls to enjoy more frozen fun.

The Duluth Icebreakers are bringing back their 8U girl’s hockey summer camp for its second year, and have now expanded to include a 6U camp. Additionally all 6U, and first-year 8U skaters, participate for free.

“This allows for families who aren’t sure if their daughter is going to love hockey or not. It’s a low cost, low committment camp for them to come out and have fun and just try hockey,” Camp Director Ali Randall said.

The camp will be held at the Duluth Heritage Sports Center. 8U girls with at least one year of experience can participate in the Advanced camp which is $50.

Randall said talented female coaches will teach skills, safety, and how to have fun with hockey through both on and off-ice training sessions.

“I just think Duluth is one of the best areas to develop as a female hockey player. We have [the] nationally ranked Bulldogs women’s program, St. Scholastica Saints, and two high school programs up here all led by female head coaches, as well as incredible student-athletes that come back and give their time to our Duluth programs. I just think there’s no better time than now to sign up your daughter.”

The 6U and 8U Beginner camps are six sessions in July, while the 8U Advanced camp is eight sessions late June through mid-July.

For more information on the camp, or to register, Click Here.