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Massachusetts Native Cameron Carnes Joins The Florida Eels Junior Hockey News

Published: Thursday, 10 Aug 2017  
By: Frank Scarpaci


Eels Announce the Signing Of Rookie 6’1” forward Cameron
Carnes from Taunton Mass. Cameron played for the Eels at the Pro Am Sr. Chowder
Cup in Boston Mass over the Summer. The Eels coaching staff really liked what
they saw in this young man. Elite coach Greg Sears commented that Carnes at
6’1” has some size and was very effective battling in the corners and won the
loose puck battles against some very big boys in Boston. He knows how to
effectively use his body to his advantage. These players we played against were
very seasoned junior and freshman college players and Cameron performed very
well against them.

Premier Coach Frankie Scarpaci said he liked the way Cameron
drove to the net. He seems to relish getting the puck to the net. Shooting is
so much part of the game. So many players simply turn up scoring opportunities
by failing to shoot. It was nice to see he is willing to step up and do what is
needed. This kid can be a difference maker and with the right training he will
improve his game many fold.

GM Scarpaci said he likes this young man’s attitude. He possesses
the character traits that the Eels are always looking for in building their
program. He appears to have the determination and willing to give the
unwavering dedication and effort that makes a player a college player. It takes
hard work and effort. It requires 100% of his time every day at practice. Each
time he hits the ice. Every shift of every period. This is what we expect from

Cameron wants to advance to the Next Level and
that is college. He is putting everything on the line here. His family is 100%
supporting his dreams. They know however, that dreams are not enough. He needs
to take that dream and goal and turn it into reality. We are thrilled he
elected to join the Eels. We know he will train with the heart and intensity
that we expect from all of our players

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