• Eli Wilson’s Elite Prospects Camp: Cody Porter

    The Goalie Guild’s Camp Evaluation Program allows goalie camps from across North America and Europe to hire an independent goalie scout to provide evaluations and reports for their students. Each student not only receives a digital copy of their report, but the reports are also posted on The Goalie Guild for added exposure. The following report is from the Eli Wilson Goaltending Elite Prospects Camp in Edmonton from August 5-9, 2013.

    Lake Country, B.C. native Cody Porter burst onto the scene last season as one of the top 1997-born goalies in British Columbia while playing for the Pursuit of Excellence U-18 team. He accomplished this at age 15.

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  • Eli Wilson’s Elite Prospects Camp: Mark Steeves

    The Goalie Guild’s Camp Evaluation Program allows goalie camps from across North America and Europe to hire an independent goalie scout to provide evaluations and reports for their students. Each student not only receives a digital copy of their report, but the reports are also posted on The Goalie Guild for added exposure. The following report is from the Eli Wilson Goaltending Elite Prospects Camp in Edmonton from August 5-9, 2013.

    Manitoba native Mark Steeves played for the Thompson King Miner AA midget team last season, and was also an AP (Alternative Player) for the Norman AAA Northstar midget team.

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  • Eli Wilson’s Elite Prospects Camp: Greg Ogard

    The Goalie Guild’s Camp Evaluation Program allows goalie camps from across North America and Europe to hire an independent goalie scout to provide evaluations and reports for their students. Each student not only receives a digital copy of their report, but the reports are also posted on The Goalie Guild for added exposure. The following report is from the Eli Wilson Goaltending Elite Prospects Camp in Edmonton from August 5-9, 2013.

    The University of Denver Pioneers is rich with a recent history of strong goaltending. From the play of Adam Berkhoel and Peter Mannino during their back-to-back NCAA titles in 2004 and 2005, to the steady presence of Marc Cheverie and Juho Olkinuora, the school has never failed to develop pro-caliber goalie prospects.

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  • Eli Wilson’s Elite Prospects Camp: Brett King

    The Goalie Guild’s Camp Evaluation Program allows goalie camps from across North America and Europe to hire an independent goalie scout to provide evaluations and reports for their students. Each student not only receives a digital copy of their report, but the reports are also posted on The Goalie Guild for added exposure. The following report is from the Eli Wilson Goaltending Elite Prospects Camp in Edmonton from August 5-9, 2013.

    Brett King helped the Bantam AA Knights of Columbus Voyageurs dominate their Tier-I Edmonton minor hockey league last season, going 26-3-2 overall. He not only helped them finish with the best stats in all of the tournaments, but he received an MVP award in the Bantam AA Invitational tournament in Edmonton over Christmas, as well as one in Grande Prairie at the start of the season.

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  • Eli Wilson’s Elite Prospects Camp: Adam Holowach

    The Goalie Guild’s Camp Evaluation Program allows goalie camps from across North America and Europe to hire an independent goalie scout to provide evaluations and reports for their students. Each student not only receives a digital copy of their report, but the reports are also posted on The Goalie Guild for added exposure. The following report is from the Eli Wilson Goaltending Elite Prospects Camp in Edmonton from August 5-9, 2013.

    Last season, Adam Holowach played in the Alberta Major Bantam AAA hockey league for the Knights of Columbus Squires. They were considered a “middle of the pack” team for most of the season, but they earned a second-place finish at the Edmonton Bantam Invitational Tournament during the Christmas break.

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  • Eli Wilson’s Elite Prospects Camp: Thomas Davis

    The Goalie Guild’s Camp Evaluation Program allows goalie camps from across North America and Europe to hire an independent goalie scout to provide evaluations and reports for their students. Each student not only receives a digital copy of their report, but the reports are also posted on The Goalie Guild for added exposure. The following report is from the Eli Wilson Goaltending Elite Prospects Camp in Edmonton from August 5-9, 2013.

    Behind a 14-13-5 record, the St. Albert Raiders Bantam AA Bears was an offensive force with great chemistry up front, but an average defensive unit. Nevertheless, Thomas Davis had an excellent season, posting a 12-2-1 record with a 2.71 goals-against average and .912 save percentage.

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  • Eli Wilson’s Elite Prospects Camp: Anthony McCarthy

    The Goalie Guild’s Camp Evaluation Program allows goalie camps from across North America and Europe to hire an independent goalie scout to provide evaluations and reports for their students. Each student not only receives a digital copy of their report, but the reports are also posted on The Goalie Guild for added exposure. The following report is from the Eli Wilson Goaltending Elite Prospects Camp in Edmonton from August 5-9, 2013.

    Not only did Halton Hurricanes goaltender Anthony McCarthy lead his team to a fourth-place finish last season, but he did so while making the transition from AA to AAA hockey.

    “I feel I played well, but not great,” McCarthy said. I think I had a pretty consistent season and really proved myself by coming from the AA ranks and taking the starting position by Christmas.”

    Along with that success, the Hurricanes won the Kitchener Blue Line tournament for the first time in five years. McCarthy will return to Halton for the 2013-14 season and look to continue his steady development.

    We sat down with Anthony following his attendance in the Eli Wilson Elite Prospects camp in Edmonton to get to know him better.

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  • Eli Wilson’s Elite Prospects Camp: Liam McOnie

    The Goalie Guild’s Camp Evaluation Program allows goalie camps from across North America and Europe to hire an independent goalie scout to provide evaluations and reports for their students. Each student not only receives a digital copy of their report, but the reports are also posted on The Goalie Guild for added exposure. The following report is from the Eli Wilson Goaltending Elite Prospects Camp in Edmonton from August 5-9, 2013.

    Despite a few team-related setbacks last season, Greater Vernon Hockey Association Midget AA goalie Liam McOnie still experienced plenty of success. Whether it was a head coach quitting or players not getting along off the ice, he found a way to lead the team to a couple of big tournament wins.

    They won tournaments in Winfield, Abbotsford, and Tri-City, and for his efforts, he was awarded as the Team MVP. We sat down with Liam following the Eli Wilson Elite Prospects Camp and got to know him better before he shipped off for the start of the 2013-14 season.

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  • Eli Wilson’s Elite Prospects Camp: Sihak Lee

    The Goalie Guild’s Camp Evaluation Program allows goalie camps from across North America and Europe to hire an independent goalie scout to provide evaluations and reports for their students. Each student not only receives a digital copy of their report, but the reports are also posted on The Goalie Guild for added exposure. The following report is from the Eli Wilson Goaltending Elite Prospects Camp in Edmonton from August 5-9, 2013.

    Although Eli Wilson’s Elite Prospects Camp mainly featured goalies from Alberta and the Pacific Northwest, it also featured a few from the Northeast, including Brookline, MA native Sihak Lee.

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  • Eli Wilson’s Elite Prospects Camp: Dakota Kenyon

    The Goalie Guild’s Camp Evaluation Program allows goalie camps from across North America and Europe to hire an independent goalie scout to provide evaluations and reports for their students. Each student not only receives a digital copy of their report, but the reports are also posted on The Goalie Guild for added exposure. The following report is from the Eli Wilson Goaltending Elite Prospects Camp in Edmonton from August 5-9, 2013.

    The famous writer Mark Twain once said, “It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog.” With that mantra in mind, Lloydminster, Alberta native Dakota Kenyon is out to prove that he is just as effective as all the other taller goalies out there.

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