The 10th annual Warren Strelow National Team Goaltending Camp, which features many of the top U.S. goaltenders eligible for international play within select age groups, opened this week in Plymouth, Michigan.
The Dallas Stars Elite Hockey Club would like to congratulate DSEHC U16 team goalie Josh Langford for being selected to attend the camp.
The camp is named after the late Warren Strelow, a former National Hockey League goalie coach who served in that same capacity for the 1980 U.S. Olympic Men's Ice Hockey Team. The is led by Kevin Reiter, Warren Strelow mentor and U.S. National Team goaltending coach; Phil Osaer, manager of youth goaltending at USA Hockey and regional mentors Brennan Poderzay and Jared Waimon.
The elite four-day camp will cover both physical and mental aspects of goaltending, helping each of the 30 invitees master the fundamentals of the position while developing a personal identity that translates to in-game success. Four goalies are from the 1998-birth class while 10 goaltenders on the camp roster are from the 1999-birth class. The 2000 and 2001-birth classes have eight goaltenders each.
For additional information and a complete list of camp invitees, please visit online at
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