To build a “Shared Vision for the Game in Alberta” and align the key stakeholders around common purpose advancing the game in our communities.



The 2013 Alberta Hockey Summit is an event designed to review the current state of hockey within Alberta to collaboratively identify and address the key issues and concerns facing the game. Hockey Alberta aims to become the most progressive and innovative sport organization in Canada, and through its core mission of bringing hockey loving Albertan’s together, the Summit will look to provide world leading presentations by professionals that impact the game on every level.


The main focus of the three day summit will be the goal of building a shared vision for the game in Alberta, while aligning the key stakeholders around a common purpose and process that will help make Alberta a world leader for advancing the game in our communities and society. The three main topics of focus will be broken down and dissected from that point.



Maximum 400 Delegates. Open to all invested stakeholders, including: Hockey Alberta Staff and Volunteers; LMHA Presidents, Executives and Staff; Alberta NHL/WHL/AJHL Key Leaders; Hockey Builders, community influencers;  Alberta Hockey League Executives; Non-Traditional Hockey Groups;  Universities/Colleges/Sport Schools/Academies; Provincial/Municipal Key Leaders;  Sporting Goods/ Equipment Organizations; Private Hockey Entrepreneurs; Hockey Parents, coaches, officials; Sponsors, Industry Players; Partners.




There will be a maximum registration of 400 Delegates. 

Delegate fee of $300 includes:

                      Delegate Gift

                      Thursday Opening Keynote and Supper Reception

                      Friday & Saturday Breakfast

                 Friday Sessions, Lunch and Special Event Supper and Social

                      Saturday Session and Closing Keynote Luncheon




There is a limited number of accommodations reserved on site at the Banff Centre at select Summit Pricing. These rooms are likely to go fast, however, additional rooms have also been secured at two other local hotels in Banff.




Should you secure accommodation on site at the Banff Centre all sessions and meals are within walking distance. For all guests staying at one of the designated accommodations, there will be shuttle services available to transport you to and from the Banff Centre. Should you wish you take your own vehicle, please be advised, parking on site is limited.



For information on this event or registration questions please contact Danielle Nystrom, Manager Foundation and Sponsorship Servicing at 403.342.6777 or by email to