Teddy Stega is a left-footed forward for the Boston Junior Eagles. (Al-Yaman / American Hockey)
Exeter, NH – For the third summer in a row, many of the best born in 2006 players took to the ice at the 60th Hockey Development Camp at Exeter Circuit.
While most of the players in the four-day camp hail from New England and neighboring states, there were a number of high-profile potential players from as far away as California and Arizona.
The camp, run by Paul Dovich, owner of the New England Hockey League, and Jerry Keefe, associate technical director of Northeastern University, is always a great experience. College coaches, USA hockey staff and scouts provided game training, practices, video sessions, and seminars. The camp was a great learning experience for the players while providing the opportunity to get to know the college coaches, scouts and agents.