Pond to Podium Development Series, presented by Canadian Tire


As part of its preparations for the 2022 Olympic Winter Games, Canada’s National Women’s Team is taking on the Professional Women’s Hockey Players’ Association (PWHPA) all-star team in Calgary on December 9 and 11. Team Canada strives to leave a legacy in every community on its Olympic journey, and, along with the PWHPA, is thrilled to share the following community events:

Please be advised that due to the safety protocols of Canada’s National Women’s Team, all events are only available to those 12 years of age and older who are fully vaccinated (second vaccine dose must have been received at minimum two weeks prior to the event). Proof of full vaccination and identification will be required upon entry to each event. Masks must also be worn at all times, except while on the ice.

Thursday, December 9 | 5:30 – 6:15 p.m. MT | WinSport’s Canada Olympic Park

Pond to Podium Pre-Game Athlete Panel, presented by Canadian Tire

Join Hockey Canada and the PWHPA for the Pond to Podium Pre-Game Athlete Panel, presented by Canadian Tire. This event is available to individuals 12 years of age and older. Proof of full vaccination and identification must be shown at check-in. Masks must be worn at all times.

Participants will join a live question-and-answer panel discussion with two National Women’s Team athletes and two PWHPA athletes.

Attendance to the National Women’s Team vs. PWHPA All-Stars game at 7 p.m. is included for all participants. The panel will conclude prior to the start of on-ice warm-up. Parents are welcome to attend and are asked to also register at the link below to ensure accurate ticket counts. 
 
Click here to register! Only 50 spots available.


Friday, December 10 | 4:30 – 8:30 p.m. MT | WinSport’s Canada Olympic Park

Pond to Podium Development Series Community Day, presented by Canadian Tire

Join Hockey Canada and the PWHPA for the Pond to Podium Development Series Community Day, presented by Canadian Tire. This event is available to U13, U15 and U18 girls. Proof of full vaccination and identification must be shown at check-in. Masks must be worn at all times, except while participating in physical activity, eating or drinking. 

Participants will listen to a question-and-answer panel with Team Canada and PWHPA athletes, and participate in an off-ice workout session and Joga (yoga for athletes) session. 

All participants will receive an autographed National Women’s Team and PWHPA poster. Dinner will also be provided. Additional information will be provided to all participants in a pre-event email. 

Click here to register! Only 60 spots available.


Friday, December 10 | 4:45 – 5:30 p.m. MT | Zoom Webinar

Pond to Podium VIRTUAL Athlete Panel, presented by Canadian Tire

Can’t attend in person? Join the Pond to Podium Virtual Athlete Panel, which will be delivered through a Zoom webinar and is available to all Canadians.

Participants will listen to a question-and-answer panel with Team Canada and PWHPA athletes. This a livestream of the panel that Community Day participants will be in attendance for. Please be advised that registration is limited and spaces will fill up quickly.

Click here to register!


Saturday, December 11 | 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. MT | WinSport’s Canada Olympic Park

We Are Coaches – Coach 1, presented by the Hockey Canada Foundation

Complimentary women-only coach training, led by women.

This course is not necessarily targeted to the inexperienced coach; it shows you how to teach hockey's basic skills while keeping the theme of practices with an emphasis on fun and fundamentals. Coach 1 reviews the basic tools you will need in the areas of leadership, communication, teaching skills and lesson planning. All of this is taught with special consideration to the youngest athletes in mind.

Attendance to the National Women’s Team vs. PWHPA All-Stars game at 12 p.m. and lunch are included for all participants.

Click here to register! Only 25 spots available.

To access the webinars from the National Women's Team Camps, and to stay up-to-date on upcoming webinar series, please sign up below.

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