HEARTLAND HOCKEY CAMP WINS 2018 EUROPEAN HOCKEY CLASSIC CHAMPIONSHIP!
The Heartland Hockey Camp recently competed in the 2018 European Hockey Classic, in Zell am See, Austria, the week of October 2-7, 2018. The tournament featured teams from the following countries; Canada, USA, Sweden, Finland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland & Hungary.
Heartland Hockey Camp beat Budapest, Hungary, in the opening game 4-0. In the second game, they beat Kitchner, Ontario, 3-0. The semi-final game was a 5-0 victory over Helsinki, Finland. In the championship game Heartland Hockey Camp beat Nitro-Kaput, Finland by the score of 4-1.
Notable performances in the tournament included goaltender, Kim Newman, from Eveleth, Minnesota, as he recorded 3 consecutive shutouts and only yielded 1 goal in the entire tournament! Steve Jensen, from Deerwood, Minnesota, led the tournament in scoring with 5 goals & 7 assists. Rich Lund, from Roseau, Minnesota, was the leading scorer, among defensemen, in the tournament with 4 goals & 2 assists.