The Canadian International Hockey league has hired an expert to take its players to the next level. Ryan D’Arcy has played with Canada’s national hockey team and played pro hockey in Europe. He’s now involved in coaching and one of his responsibilities is NHL camps. D’Arcy says it’s his goal to ensure players with the CIHL reach their full college potential in the sport. The CIHL has had a bumpy start in its first year of operation losing its Southern Ontario teams, but owner Tim Clayden says the league is here to stay.