Highly touted goaltending prospect, Nolan Maier, will be looking to showcase his skills in front of Hockey Canada’s brass this weekend while learning from some of the best in the business.
Selected 25th overall in the 2016 WHL Bantam Draft by the Blades, Maier is one of 16 goaltenders in his age group from across the country attending Hockey Canada’s 12th annual Program of Excellence Goaltending Camp. The camp will feature 7 goalies from the u20 age group, 7 goalies from the u18 age group, and 16 young net minders looking to get a call for Canada’s u17 development camp.
Maier spent last season with his hometown Midget AAA Yorkton Maulers of the Saskatchewan Midget AAA Hockey League. As a rookie, Maier appeared in 24 games and maintained a .920 SV%. Nolan also represented Team Saskatchewan at the Western Canada U16 Challenge Cup in October 2016.
The camp will be lead by Hockey Canada’s top goaltending coaches and consultants. It begins on Friday June 9th in Calgary and runs until Sunday, June 11th.
To read the full release and list of invites click here.