The Trail Memorial Centre is packed with action this week with Champions Hockey School 7-8 year olds hitting the hardcourt for a game of floor hockey on Monday.

The making of Champions

Champions Hockey School is on ice in the Trail Memorial Centre this week

JIM BAILEY

Trail Times

Champions Hockey School is on ice in the Trail Memorial Centre this week

 

Smoke Eater forward and Quinnipiac University commit Tyler Ghirardosi is stoned on this breakaway attempt by former Quinnipiac puck-stopper Michael Garteig, who now plays with the Kalamazoo Wings of the ECHL. The older group of professional, Junior, and college players take to the ice for a fast-paced scrimmage going from 8:30-10 p.m. nightly at the Champions Hockey School.

Former Trail Smoke Eater Ross Armour makes a move, and gets some much-needed ice time before heading to Minnesota and Bemidji State University this fall.

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