A group of NW Ontario schools from the Keewatin-Patricia District School Board gathered their Hockey Canada Skills Academies in Dryden for a fun-filled day of hockey.
Students at Saint-Dominique-Savio Catholic School got involved in the community and continued on their path to success.
With drills, articles and pre-made practice plans, the Hockey Canada Network can be a valuable resource for academies.
HCSA students from Windsor went south of the border in December, getting a behind-the-scenes look at the NCAA and NHL.
Coaches at an HCSA in southwestern Ontario helped initiate a trio of new players into Canada’s game.
Born with Down syndrome, Ben Matheson is finally getting to live his hockey dreams thanks to the HCSA in Cornwall, P.E.I.
Students at the Lindsay Collegiate and Vocational Institute raised $5,500 for a cancer-stricken classmate and his family.
A group of HCSA students in Whitecourt, Alta., helped organize the annual Terry Fox Run to raise funds for cancer research.
The Hockey Canada Skills Academy at Shaftesbury High has added a trio of international players to its roster this season.
Apps like the Hockey Canada Network are changing the way Hockey Canada Skills Academies go about developing their players.
North Vancouver Skills Academy inspires students to set goals and stay motivated.
Paris District High School student and new Canadian Nasser Alhamwai skates into a new life on the ice.
Academy students from Bear Creek Secondary School get to learn about the game from NHL alumnus Curtis Sanford.
A behind-the-scenes look at SciencePerfo and the innovation fueling hockey
A group from Okanagan Mission Secondary School in Kelowna, B.C., headed to Finland to get a look at life on and off the ice.
HCSA students from the Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board checked out the past, present and future of the game.
A former NHLer and a local broadcaster have done their part to help HCSA students prepare for the future on and off the ice.
Cone-rod dystrophy has left Everett Hiebert legally blind, but that hasn’t stopped the teen from following his hockey dreams.
Hockey Canada Skills Academy students in Barrie got a new look at the game thanks to a visit from sledge star Brad Bowden.
The start of a new school year means new Hockey Canada Skills Academy programs are underway, including a few across Ontario.
With more than 75 Hockey Canada Skills Academy programs across the country, there are plenty of success stories … like these.
Thanks to a local boxing club, a Hockey Canada Skills Academy in B.C. has been using the sport as a new 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.