Hockey Canada Skills Academy

Hockey Canada Skills Academy

Desiree Wiens, who spent five years as part of the Hockey Canada Skills Academy at MEI in Abbotsford, B.C., is the first-ever women’s hockey recruit at Trinity Western.
Two schools in the Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l'Est ontarien are on the ice with new HCSA programs.
A third member of the Pickering clan is following the strides of his siblings at the HCSA at the Starbuck School.
At the HCSA at St. Mary’s Catholic School, the goal is creating an environment for a love of the game to thrive.
The Carlton Comprehensive Public High School student talks about enrolling in the HCSA, and how it helps him develop.
Hockey Canada Skills Academy programs in Northwestern Ontario are teaching hockey skills in an inclusive environment.
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Ever wonder what a Hockey Canada Skills Academy is and how it helps develop student-athletes?
The HCSA at Martin Collegiate played a key role in helping mold Alex Kannok Leipert into a surefire NHL prospect.
Students from the Hockey Canada Skills Academy at Westlane Secondary School tasted life in the Ontario Hockey League.
Hockey Canada Skills Academies excel at developing elite prospects and introducing hockey to first-time players.
Two Hockey Canada Skills Academy programs came together in Moose Lake, Man. to celebrate Canada’s favourite game.
A pair of Ontario schools forged a para hockey rivalry and created a particularly special day for one of the players.
From floorball and MMA to shooting and scoring, students got the full experience at the first Strathmore Hockey Summit.
A Grade 9 student with the HCSA at Cardinal Carter Catholic Secondary, Brody Daigneau isn’t defined by a disability.
The Hockey Canada Skills Academy has become a family affair at the St. James-Assiniboia Hockey Academy in Manitoba.
The annual HCSA seminar gathered instructors from across the country.
Riley Stotts believes the HCSA was an environment for development.
The Hockey Canada Network can be a valuable resource for academies.
Evan Bouchard got a little help on his career path from the HCSA.
Looking for a taste of Canada, an exchange student turned to an HCSA.
A educational HCSA trip included a stop at Hockey Canada headquarters.
HCSA students from Kelowna headed to Alberta for a unique experience.
HCSA coaches introduce three new players to Canada’s game.
HCSA students in Owen Sound, Ont., got involved in their community.
A group of NW Ontario HCSAs came gathered for an all-day jamboree.
Apps like the Hockey Canada Network are changing the game for HCSAs.
Shaftesbury HCSA has added a trio of international players this year.
HCSA students in Whitecourt helped raised funds for cancer research.
Students in Lindsay, Ont., raised $5,500 for a classmate and friend.
HCSA alumnus set big goals at North Vancouver Skills Academy.
Syrian refugee Nasser Alhamwai embracing new roots in Canada
HCSA students from Barrie, Ont., learn from NHL alumnus
Abrams Village, P.E.I., gets on-ice opportunity with innovative company
A former NHLer and a local broadcaster are helping HCSA students.
HCSA students from Kelowna, B.C., spent nine days in Finland.
HCSA students got a new look at Canada’s game thanks to Brad Bowden.
There are plenty of positive HCSA stories across Canada … like these.
A new school year means new Hockey Canada Skills Academies have begun.
Cone-rod dystrophy hasn’t slowed Everett Hiebert or his hockey dreams.
Graham and Hurtubise were late-round picks in the Priority Selection.
An HCSA in B.C. has started to use boxing as a unique training option.
The Hockey Canada Skills Academy has helped late-blooming Nick Greer.
Dean Stewart and Nick Henry excelled on the ice and in the classroom.
The annual game benefitted the Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre.
The Hockey Canada Network opens a vault of resources, giving coaches everything they need to teach the game at their fingers.

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