Calgary Flames program to outfit Saskatchewan Indigenous minor hockey players with new equipment – Global News
August 11, 2021
The Calgary Flames Sports Bank and the National Native Sport Program are working together to help on-reserve minor hockey players by giving new equipment to kids in Saskatchewan.
Families received application forms during the Daniels Hockey School camp in Warman, Sask., in order to get the gear still in the plastic this fall.
The program has operated in Alberta, but this is the first time it has been brought to Saskatchewan.
The Daniels camp is run by current Harvard University women’s hockey team assistant coach Sydney Daniels, her cousin Colby Daniels who also played at the university level in the U.S. and her father and former NHL player Scott Daniels.
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