Bill Bram's Hockey Development Camp

About Bill

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My coaching philosophy is simple — Eat, breathe, and live hockey!

I’ll keep you motivated and teach you the skills to focus on.

For more details on my coaching history see my coaching resume.
I’ve been coaching hockey for the last 30 years and have won at all levels . For the last 10 years I’ve coached AAA U18 girls winning the Provincial Championship in 2017-2018 with the Eastman Selects. In 2022-23 season I coached the Interlake Lightning U18 AAA girls and made history as my 3 graduating girls all received scholarships. I have many highlights in my coaching career from my kids to winning the U18 AAA Championship but my proudest achievement was in 2007-2008 NCAA Frozen Four Division 1 Finals in Boston where 3 girls who I all coached from the small town of Ste Anne’s were each playing in the Final Four with 3 different Teams.
Melanie Gagnon who was Captain of the Minnesota Gophers Jocelyne Larocque who was assistant Captain for Minnesota Duluth Bailey Bram who was a rookie with Mercyhurst Lakers.
All 3 girls went on to play on Team Canada with 2 of them playing in the Olympics in 2018. Jocelyne and Bailey.
I have 8 beautiful kids with 7 of them playing at high levels. My oldest son Terry played for the Portage Terriers in the MJHL and earned a full Scholarship with Northern Michigan Div 1 and went on to play professionally in Europe.

Billy Jr. also played for the Portage Terriers

Ryan won the AAA U18 Provincial Championship in 2000 with Eastman Selects and also went on to play in MJHL.

Tyler also played in the MJHL

Brock played for the St Boniface Riels in the MMJHL winning the Championship in 2014-15.

Bailey played Div 1 with Mercyhurst Lakers winning rookie of the year and played on Team Canada at the U18,U22 and Olympic Team winning Silver at the 2018 Championship.
Shelby followed her sister to Mercyhurst Lakers Div 1 and played together in Baileys last year where she won all Conference MVP in 2013-2014. She too went on to play for Team Canada at the U18 and U22 Championships. She played for the Buffalo Beauts of the new Women’s Pro league where she made the first Allstar Team. Both Shelby and Bailey went to Europe to play in Sweden where all the Europe Olympians play.
I’m very passionate about all the players I’ve coached male and female and love watching them develop and pursing their dreams of reaching that next level.
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