Saskatchewan hockey camp breaking barriers in sport –

by ahnationtalk on May 23, 2019159 Views

May 23, 2019

A new hockey development camp in Saskatchewan is breaking major barriers in sport by providing opportunities for people in remote communities.

Tyadg McGauley is the founder of OM Hockey Systems, an obstacle-based skills and training program for aspiring hockey players across the province.

“The cultural fabric of the country is hockey,” McGauley said. “The conclusion I came to is that there are huge holes in the ways that we develop hockey players especially at the highest levels.”

Many players participating in the program live in remote Indigenous communities located hours away with few, if any, options to play hockey.

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