CALGARY, Alberta – Spokane Chiefs head coach Dan Lambert will serve as one of four coaches as the U.S. Prospects Camp, the Western Hockey League announced Friday.
The camp will run Saturday through Monday at the Anaheim Ice Facility in Anaheim, California.
The WHL is hosting the camp, which focuses on American-born prospects, for a 13th consecutive year.
The other coaches are Shaun Clouston, general manager/head coach, Medicine Hat; Mike Needham, assistant coach, Kamloops; and Matt O’Dette, head coach, Seattle.
Four teams of American-born WHL prospects will participate in a team practice on Saturday, followed by three games split between Sunday and Monday.
Lambert just completed his first season with the Chiefs, following a year as head coach of the American Hockey League’s Rochester Americans. He previously served as Kelowna’s head coach for the 2014-15 WHL season.
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