Tis the season for the annual fund raiser/try-out camp extravaganza.  layers and parents can easily spend a small fortune going from one camp to another with hopes of making it to one of the free-to-play teams' main camp. For the ... Read More...
EXCELLENT advice Stephen! Hopefully our readers will do their homework and make good decisions about where to spend their money.
I do believe that US born players are still considered imports in the CJHL (at least in the Alberta Junior Hockey League they are). After a year from another province they are not imports, though.
I really appreciated my son going to an AJHL camp and all I had to do was cover gas expenses on the road (meals while on the road as well). Team covered the ice costs, hotel rooms for the boys and meals while they were there. There were also less than 50 players at the camp.