Clouston coaching at WHL U.S. Prospects Camp

By Charles Lefebvre/Mitch Bach
April 11, 2019 - 2:13pm Updated: April 11, 2019 - 7:15pm


MEDICINE HAT, AB — Medicine Hat Tigers head coach and general manager Shaun Clouston will be taking part in the annual Western Hockey League U.S. Prospects Camp for the second straight year.

Clouston is one of four WHL head coaches who will be coaching teams and prospects at the annual camp, which runs April 12-14 in Irvine, California, according to an announcement from the league.

The camp, now in its 14th year, gives an opportunity for American prospects born in 2004 to participate in an evaluation camp, according to the WHL. The prospects are divided into four teams, and will take part in a WHL Prospects combine and practice on the first day, and play three games over the next two days.

In addition to Clouston, Brandon Wheat Kings head coach David Anning, Swift Current Broncos head coach/general manager Dean Brockman and Tri-City Americans associate coach Brian Pellerin will be coaching the teams during the camp.

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