NHL skills coach leads Sudbury camp

by Community Submission | June 19, 2015

Tim-Turk

NHL skills coach, Tim Turk, returns to the RHP Training Centre, July 20-24. PHOTO SUPPLIED

Sudbury hockey enthusiasts will have an opportunity to learn from a top calibre coach this summer when NHL skills coach, Tim Turk, returns to the RHP Training Centre for his fourth summer, July 20-24. He will conduct a Hockey Skills Development Camp for the week, with a specific focus on passing and shooting.

Turk has coached at the OHL, AHL, NHL and international levels, as well as the minor leagues. He has worked with Montreal Canadiens P.K. Subban and Max Pacioretty. Stanley Cup finalists, the Tampa Bay Lightning, have also entrusted Turk to share his expertise and passion for the game with its players and coaches.

David Levin, who was selected first overall in the OHL priority selection draft by the Sudbury Wolves, is also one of Turk’s protégés.

Players will receive two hours daily of on-ice instruction, Blade Skating Treadmill training, off-ice shooting and strength and conditioning. Small groups can also book one hour a day with the coach.

For more information, visit rhptraining.com or phone 705-523-9427. Coaches are also welcome.

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