Avi Weisfogel spends much of his time seeking sleep solutions through dentistry. When he’s not working, Avi Weisfogel enjoys following the New York Rangers hockey team. This year, the team will host a youth hockey camp for their smaller fans.
The Rangers Youth Hockey Camp is part of the team’s Go Skate program, which seeks to educate kids and inspire an interest in the sport. Each year, the program’s combined efforts reach over 10,000 regional children.
The 2016 camp is a week-long training opportunity for players between the ages of 7 and 15 years old. Sessions occur throughout the months of July and August at the team’s official practice facility and run from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. every day. This year’s camp promises to engage learners in age-appropriate training from Rangers alumni, coaching staff, and other local hockey professionals. Students may even get the chance to meet current Rangers players.