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Can He Do It? Yes He Cam!
Submitted By Jarid Peterson on Thursday, September 8, 2011
Twenty years of educating young minds and bodies awaits the girls of the Novice ‘A’ Kitchener Lady Rangers. Several months of searching through countless possibilities and coaching resumes, the Novice Ranger Management have announced that Cam Beaupre has been selected to lead the successful franchise into the 2011-2012 season. In a stunning press conference not carried by conventional media, Team Manager Jarid Peterson made the announcement.

            “We are very pleased to welcome Cam to our team; he brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Coaching Staff.” Jarid commented from the Ranger Offices. “He has been around a long time, but is still able to breathe new life into his work.”

            Not only has Cam spent time in the KMHA system before, most recently with the Stars of the Tyke league, he has also worked on the East Coast with Bantam teams like the Halifax Hawks and TASA Mighty Ducks.

            Coaching is a way of life for Cam; his philosophies compare skills to individual building blocks. “You can take apart the blocks and put them back together until everything fits just right, then you add more blocks!” Cam explained when reached at the Beaupre Summer Compound. “My job is to develop these kids into better people, family members, friends, students, and hockey players.”

            Throughout his career, Cam has seen some of his students move on to teams in the QMJHL, have worn the Maple Leaf for their country, and some who currently skate in the NHL. However it is not clear if he has coached players who are already in the Hockey Hall of Fame like five of the returning prospects he will be reviewing for this years Rangers.

            “With Scott (Bean) leaving us last year, it left us with quite a hole to fill, finding Cam available was really a dream come true for the team” Whispered a Team Contact. Terms and length of the Coaching Contract were not available at time of print.

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