Hockey Canada Skills Academy

Hockey Canada Skills Academy
Thanks to a North Vancouver boxing club, the Hockey Canada Skills Academy at Windsor Secondary School has been using the ‘sweet science’ as a unique training option.
Nick Greer didn’t get involved in hockey until he was 11, but the HCSA in Blackie, Alta., has helped him play catch up.
Aidan Graham and Jordan Hurtubise were selected by the Kingston Frontenacs and Mississauga Steelheads, respectively.
Dean Stewart and Nick Henry excelled on the ice – winning an MJHL championship with their hometown Portage Terriers – and in the classroom.
The annual game at St. Timothy School in Cochrane served as a fundraiser for the Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre.
Players, coaches and parents gathered in Abbotsford and Campbell River, B.C., for two Hockey Canada Skills Academy camps.
For Nick Todd, the Hockey Canada Skills Academy in Paris, Ont., has given him a voice, and a place in the arena and at school.
With a silver medal from the Youth Olympics around his neck, Jared McIsaac is back on the ice at the Maritime Varsity Academy.
The Hockey Canada Network opens a vault of resources, giving coaches everything they need to teach the game at their fingers.

What is a Hockey Canada Skills Academy?

Promoting cooperative efforts between school boards, local hockey associations and sponsors, to better utilize ice times and school facilities and move towards the development of sport schools – want to learn more about the Hockey Canada Skills Academy? » more

Where are the Hockey Canada Skills Academies?

During the 2013-2014 there is 108 Hockey Canada Skills Academies across Canada, from Port Alberni, B.C to ST. Johns, N.L » more


Want to set up a Hockey Canada Skills Academy?

Every season, thousands of young players take part in a Hockey Canada Skills Academy, combining hockey with their education. Would you like to set up a HCSA program at your school? » more


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