The Surrey Eagles held their annual spring identification camp this past weekend at South Surrey Arena, and it was a very productive three days for the club. Over 150 players suited up and competed in an effort to make the Eagles’ roster for the upcoming 2019-20 BCHL season, or at the very least be identified as a potential affiliate player.
Associate coach and assistant general manager Brad Tobin worked tirelessly alongside head coach and associate general manager Cam Keith in the weeks leading up to the camp to ensure a fun and exciting experience for the players attending.
Aside from the Eagles staff, the camp was also attended by numerous coaches and general managers of Junior B teams from the surrounding area who were also looking to bolster their roster.
The Eagles committed to a total of four players directly from the camp, and extended many invitations to August main camp to others. The announcements of the committed players will be released throughout the week following the camp, so stay tuned to SurreyEagles.ca for all of the details!
The Eagles organization would like to thank all of the players and their families that attended the spring camp, especially those who travelled from out of town. The competition level was extremely high, and all of the coaches were very impressed by the level of talent displayed. We hope it was a rewarding experience for everyone involved!