For Immediate Release -
Penticton, BC (Canada) - Kaizen Sports & Entertainment Ltd. is proud to announce that seven Kaizen clients will be attending NHL Development Camps.
With the curtain closing on the 2018 NHL Entry Draft, teams now shift their focus to their Development Camps. Most camps are scheduled to open this week. While testing according to a variety of metrics will be the main goal, an element of fun will also be mixed in. Clubs have been known to offer cooking classes, city tours, even rock climbing as part of their Development Camp activities.
Kaizen players will report to seven different NHL clubs, the Anaheim Ducks, Arizona Coyotes, Calgary Flames, Columbus Blue Jackets, Detroit Red Wings, Pittsburgh Penguins and Vancouver Canucks.
"Any time a young player is extended an opportunity to showcase his talents to an NHL organization, it's a very positive development,'' stated Managing Director Michael O'Rafferty. "This is a chance to leave a positive impression, a lasting memory of a player with skill, talent, team-mindedness and drive. We are very pleased that so many of Kaizen's young clients will be attending camps this season."
Due to Kaizen's confidentiality policy regarding student athletes, we will not be releasing anything more on the 2018 NHL Entry Draft.
Kaizen is a Japanese term meaning "change for the better". Our philosophy promotes continual improvement, through a methodical and determined process. Kaizen Sports & Entertainment is recognized for its committed support to its clients, exceptional representation of their interests, and strong performance.