According to the Petoskey News’s Greg Wickliffe, Fedor Fedorov, the younger brother of Sergei Fedorov, held a hockey camp in Petoskey, Michigan recently, and all went well in the second annual installment of Fedorov’s camp:
For the second year in a row, Fedor has put together a hockey camp at the Petoskey Ice Area to teach young aspiring hockey players the basics of the game as well as improve their existing talents.
The success from the first year of the camp created an exponential growth for Year 2 as the camp has grown from 60 participants in 2018 to close to 250 this summer.
“I don’t really see any training camps around, so we have a rink, we have the ice, kids want to do it, so I’m just trying to make them better everyday possible,” Fedorov said. “If they want to work, I’ll be here.
“I want to thank northern Michigan for making hockey great again and participating because when I got here, I felt like there were no kids and now I see kids and that’s all really matters. I’m thankful that they’re coming.”