Hit the Ice started in and is now filming its sixth season with a new set of young aboriginal Canadian hockey players that includes Nuu-chah-nulth teen Cody Savey.
The players take part in two weeks of intense physical training and workshops that include nutrition education and team bonding exercises as they prepare for the show finale — the big game.
It is during the final game with a mystery team that the players receive their payoff.
This is an important stepping stone to the pros and a chance they might otherwise not get. Savey has already played in junior hockey camps.
On Feb. He will be going to Seattle in August to continue his training. Even so, Brennan says Cody Savey made the cut and will not be one of the players eliminated from the show on July Savey, who stands , weighing in at pounds, is the youngest player in this season of Hit the Ice.
In addition, guest coaches are brought in. There is a Hit the Ice website that shows highlights of previous seasons. Cody Savey will turn 16 later this month.
His plans include heading back to training camp in Seattle in August, then return to school for Grade