Botterill, Zajac to be guest panelists

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Canadian national women’s hockey team veteran Jennifer Botterill and Travis Zajac of the NHL's New Jersey Devils and a veteran of Team Canada at the IIHF World Championships, will be special guest panelists for the Hockey Manitoba Hot Stove taking place on Aug. 12 at Canad Inns Polo Park.

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Canadian national women’s hockey team veteran Jennifer Botterill and Travis Zajac of the NHL’s New Jersey Devils and a veteran of Team Canada at the IIHF World Championships, will be special guest panelists for the Hockey Manitoba Hot Stove taking place on Aug. 12 at Canad Inns Polo Park.

Botterill will provide insight based on her playing career which had her attend four Olympic Games, winning three Gold medals along with five IIHF World championships and two IIHF World championship MVP awards from 1997-2011.

The featured discussion will focus on athlete and coach development, with expert opinions from the guest panel along with an opportunity for attendees to ask questions and discuss key points throughout the evening.

This special event takes place during the same period as the Hockey Manitoba Coach Camp which spans from August 9th – 14th in Winnipeg.

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