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Hockey Canada’s Skills Development Camps were developed to provide players with an opportunity to enhance their fundamental skills in a positive, learning environment. The primary focus of these camps is centered on on-ice fundamental skills, with time scheduled for life skill enhancement in areas such as respect, fitness and teamwork

To Register for a Camp: Please click on the camp location to be redirected to the online registration form. If a camp is not a live link, please click on the contact name for that camp to request registration information and to ask any further questions.

Important Note: Participants who register over the internet, and indicate that they are paying by cheque or money order, are automatically put on the waiting list until payment has been confirmed by the appropriate Regional Centre. Please send cheques to the appropriate Regional Centre.

Spring Camps

Hockey Canada is pleased to announce registration for our new Spring Hockey model. Dates for the program will be April 6 to June 14, 2015. The program is designed to focus on hockey specific skill acquisition and development as well as improved overall athletic development.

This hybrid program will incorporate multiple sports to train young athletes who are interested in the sport of hockey. The program is built off of the Long Term Player Development Model with considerations for avoiding early specialization athletes in hockey, maximizing age appropriate training and improving physical skills.

In total each participant will get 20 skill development ice sessions, 20 off-ice athletic development sessions, 8 game sessions and 4 tournament games.

This program is available in Calgary, AB only at this point.

Spring Program Participants

Novice Aged Players - 2006 & 2007 Born Players: REGISTER

Atom Aged Players - 2004 & 2005 Born Players: REGISTER

Peewee Aged Players - 2002 & 2003 Born Players: REGISTER

Team Registration: REGISTER

Program Dates are from April to June

On-Ice Programming - Development Component - Canada Olympic Park - Winsport
Skill Development Component
  • 10 Weeks on ice programming
  • Skating Mechanics
  • Puck Skills (Passing, Puck Control, Shooting, Possession Skills)
  • Individual Team Tactics (1 on 1, 2 on 1 etc.)
On-Ice Programming - Game and Tournament Component - Canada Olympic Park - Winsport
Game and Tournament Component
  • Games will take place on Sunday Afternoon or early Sunday Evening.
  • Each team will play a mixture of scrimmage style games and structured games vs. like-concept programs
  • Game component is not a competitive format and is in line with Hockey Canada's guide for skill acquisition.
  • Tournament Dates (4 Games) - June 12-14 2015
  • Tournament Location – Winsport
Off-Ice Programming - Testing and Athletic Component - Hockey Canada Training Center

Off Ice Programming – Testing and Athletic Component - Hockey Canada Training Center (HCTC)

Off-ice and Athletic Component:

Functional Movement Screening and Testing

• Importance of Stretching
• Off-Ice Training Basics – Age Appropriate
• Athletic Testing – Age Appropriate Athletic Skills Options

• Physical Literacy
• Soccer Skills
• Floorball Skills
• Baseball Skills
• Mountain Biking
• Lacrosse Skills
• Basketball Skills

***Sports offered may differ from age group and vary depending on weather and facility availability

***For information on the program format please contact Ross MacLean***

For more information please contact: Ross MacLean
Coordinator, Development Programs
Phone/Tél: (403)777-3615
rmaclean@hockeycanada.ca

www.hockeycanada.ca/hctc

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Summer Camps

Hockey Canada’s week-long summer Skills Development Camps were developed to provide players with an opportunity to enhance their fundamental skills in a positive, learning environment. The primary focus of the camp is centered on on-ice fundamental skills, with time scheduled for life skill enhancement in areas such as respect, fitness and teamwork

Hockey Canada will operates camps from coast to coast during the summer.
Please see below for a list of summer events.



Location Date Info/Age Group Register Contact
HCRC - West
         
British-Columbia
         
Alberta
         
Saskatchewan
         
Manitoba
         
Yukon
         
Nunavut
         
HCRC - Ontario
Toronto
May 22-23
Skills Combine Minor/Major Atom, Peewee, Bantam, Midget
Register Ryan Hurley
 Parry Sound
July 20-24
Hockey Canada Summer Camp - Novice
Register Ryan Hurley
 Parry Sound
July 20-24
Hockey Canada Summer Camp - Atom
Register Ryan Hurley
 Parry Sound
July 20-24
Hockey Canada Summer Camp - Peewee
Register Ryan Hurley
HCRC - Quebec
Pierrefonds July 27-31 Novice Goalie Register Francois Bouchard
Pierrefonds July 27-31 Novice Register Francois Bouchard
Pierrefonds July 27-31 Atom Goalie Register Francois Bouchard
Pierrefonds July 27-31 Atom Register Francois Bouchard
Pierrefonds July 27-31 Peewee Goalie Register Francois Bouchard
Pierrefonds July 27-31 Peewee Register Francois Bouchard
Sherbrooke Aug 10-14 Novice Goalie Register Francois Bouchard
Sherbrooke Aug 10-14 Novice Register Francois Bouchard
Sherbrooke Aug 10-14 Atom Goalie Register Francois Bouchard
Sherbrooke Aug 10-14 Atom Register Francois Bouchard
Sherbrooke Aug 10-14 Peewee Goalie Register Francois Bouchard
Sherbrooke Aug 10-14 Peewee Register Francois Bouchard
St-Etienne Aug 17-21 Novice Goalie Register Francois Bouchard
St-Etienne Aug 17-21 Novice Register Francois Bouchard
St-Etienne Aug 17-21 Atom Goalie Register Francois Bouchard
St-Etienne Aug 17-21 Atom Register Francois Bouchard
St-Etienne Aug 17-21 Peewee Goalie Register Francois Bouchard
St-Etienne Aug 17-21 Peewee Register Francois Bouchard
Atlantic Canada
         
Nova Scotia
         
New Brunswick
         
Prince Edward Island
         
Newfoundland and Labrador
         

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Winter Camps

Location Date Info/Age Group Register Contact
HCRC - West
         
British-Columbia
         
Alberta
         
Saskatchewan
         
Manitoba
         
Yukon
         
Nunavut
         
HCRC - Ontario
         
HCRC - Quebec
         
Atlantic Canada
         
Nova Scotia
         
New Brunswick
         
Prince Edward Island
         
Newfoundland and Labrador
         

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