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ICE TIMES - Edition 19:02

Hockey Alberta Newsletter

January 24, 2019


 

Hockey Alberta Newsletter

BE ALBERTA BUILT! UNLOCK YOUR PLAYER’S POTENTIAL - REGISTER FOR A SKILLS CAMP TODAY

Registration is ongoing for Alberta Built Skills Camps offered by Hockey Alberta. Your young players can have their potential unlocked at one of the following camps: Small Area Games, Power Edge Pro (PEP), Super Skills, Dynamic Shooting, Developing Defencemen and Goaltender Skills. Camps are scheduled in numerous locations across the province. ALBERTA BUILT SKILLS CAMPS REGISTRATION >


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RESOURCES FOR MINOR HOCKEY PARENTS

Being a a parent in minor hockey can be a challenging role. Hockey Alberta is pleased to present information on a variety of topics to help parents as they try to provide the most positive hockey experience possible for their children. Check out the Parents tab at the Hockey Alberta website. Resources include Parents & Players: A Guide for Enjoying Hockey In Alberta. The publication provides a lot of important information for parents new to the game, and those who have been around for a while. INFO FOR PARENTS >


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SPACES STILL AVAILABLE FOR ALBERTA CUP, ALBERTA CHALLENGE AND PEEWEE PROSPECTS

Registration is ongoing for athletes interested in participating in a Regional selection camp for the Alberta Cup (2004-born males), Alberta Challenge (2004-05 born females), and Peewee Prospects (2006-born males). Registration has been brisk, and varying numbers of spots are available for each event. Don’t delay, register today. 

ALBERTA CHALLENGE REGISTRATION >     PEEWEE PROSPECTS REGISTRATION >     ALBERTA CUP REGISTRATION >


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EKEC SPEAKER SERIES COMING TO VEGREVILLE

The Hockey Alberta Foundation, in conjunction with Vegreville Minor Hockey and KidSport Vegreville, is bringing the Every Kid Every Community (EKEC) Speaker Series to Vegreville. The evening will feature former NHL players Rob Brown and Jason Strudwick in a candid Hockey Hot Stove. TICKET INFO >


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EKEC GRANT DEADLINE IS JANUARY 31

The deadline for second quarter applications for the Every Kid Every Community grants will be accepted until Thursday, January 31. APPLY NOW >


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LET’S RECOGNIZE OUR PEOPLE!

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2019 Hockey Alberta Awards. You can nominate a deserving individual for any of the following awards: Coach of the Year, Player of the Year, Official of the Year or the Award of Merit. You may also nominate an outstanding team for Team of the Year. This is a chance to recognize the outstanding people in your organization. Recipients will be honoured at a special event later in the year.  HOCKEY ALBERTA AWARDS NOMINATION FORM >


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TEAMMATES HELPING TEAMMATES RAFFLE

Throughout the hockey season many team focus fundraising efforts on a charity of choice to support. We hope you will consider your teammates at the Hockey Alberta Foundation as your hockey charity of choice. We have launched the Teammates helping Teammates raffle in support of the Every Kid Every Community Grant Program. There are only 100 tickets available, with two identical grand prizes available: 25 tickets to the Calgary Flames vs Anaheim Ducks game on Friday, March 29, and transportation via motorcoach to and from Scotiabank Saddledome. Tickets are available for $100 each and can be purchased by cash, cheque or credit card by contacting the Hockey Alberta Foundation office or completing the online form.


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ARE YOU READY TO VOLUNTEER AT THE ALLAN CUP?

The Lacombe Generals are hosting the 2019 Canadian Senior AAA hockey championship - the Viking Projects Allan Cup, April 8-13 in Lacombe. If you are interested in tickets, sponsorship or being a Volunteer at the event, email [email protected] or check out the Generals’ website. GO TO THE WEBSITE >


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JOIN THE FLAMES OR HITMEN TO WRAP UP YOUR SEASON

The Calgary Flames and Calgary Hitmen want to help your team celebrate the season with some special Minor Hockey Association ticket packages. With the Flames, your team can hold its Wrap Up Team Party at a Flames game for a special party price that includes game ticket, reserved area for your team pre-game, and exclusive food and beverage options. For the Hitmen, check out the Corral Series Minor Hockey Team Party options.

FLAMES’ PARTY OPTIONS >  HITMEN PARTY OPTIONS >


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ICE TIMES - Edition 19:01

Hockey Alberta Newsletter

January 10, 2019


 

Hockey Alberta Newsletter

REGISTER NOW FOR THE 2019 ALBERTA CUP

Registration is now open for 2004-born male athletes to participate in one of three Regional selection camps for the 2019 Alberta Cup. The Alberta Cup is being held in Red Deer, at the new Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre, April 24-28. The 2019 event has a new structure, with six teams competing in a tournament format. REGIONAL CAMP REGISTRATION >


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LESSONS FROM BEHIND THE GLASS 

Being a a parent in minor hockey can be a challenging role. Hockey Alberta is pleased to present information on a variety of topics to help parents as they try to provide the most positive hockey experience possible for their children. Check out the Parents tab at the Hockey Alberta website. Resources include the Lessons from Behind the Glass video series by Allyson Tufts. She has lived the life of a hockey mom, and wants to help you navigate the path. INFO FOR PARENTS >


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REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR THE GLOBAL GAME 

Hockey Alberta, in partnership with Hockey Canada and the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF), is hosting the Global Game on the weekend of February 16-17 in Calgary. The Global Game is an IIHF initiative focused on uniting female hockey players across the globe through sport in this one, global continuous game. There are 16 positions available for bantam-aged players in Alberta (10 forwards, four defense, two goalies). Participants must be Hockey Alberta/Hockey Canada registered at the Bantam Female A or B level this season. GLOBAL GAME REGISTRATION >


Hockey Alberta Newsletter

EKEC SPEAKER SERIES COMING TO VEGREVILLE

The Hockey Alberta Foundation, in conjunction with Vegreville Minor Hockey and KidSport Vegreville, is bringing the Every Kid Every Community (EKEC) Speaker Series to Vegreville. The evening will feature former NHL players Rob Brown and Jason Strudwick in a candid Hockey Hot Stove. TICKET INFO >


Hockey Alberta Newsletter

EKEC GRANT DEADLINE IS JANUARY 31

The deadline for second quarter applications for the Every Kid Every Community grants will be accepted until Thursday, January 31. APPLY NOW >


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PAT QUINN SCHOLARSHIP FUND

The Hockey Canada Foundation has launched the Pat Quinn Scholarship Fund to honour the long-time coach and Team Canada legend. The fund will provide assistance to student-athletes in pursuit of a post-graduate professional designation. Applications are open to Canadian citizens from March 17 to June 30 of each calendar year. MORE INFORMATION >


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CHL/NHL TOP PROSPECTS GAME - MINOR HOCKEY TICKET OFFER

The stars of tomorrow are coming to Red Deer with the 2019 Sherwin-Williams CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game on January 23 at the Centrium. A special ticket offer is available for minor hockey teams - $30 Youth tickets (17 years and younger), a savings of $10. Go to ticketsalberta.com and use the promo code TPG to purchase. TOP PROSPECTS TICKETS >


 Hockey Alberta Newsletter

TEAMMATES HELPING TEAMMATES RAFFLE

Throughout the hockey season many teams, focus fundraising efforts on a charity of choice to support. We hope you will consider your teammates at the Hockey Alberta Foundation as your hockey charity of choice. We have launched the Teammates helping Teammates raffle in support of the Every Kid Every Community Grant Program. There are only 100 tickets available. Tickets are available for $100 each and can be purchased by cash, cheque or credit card by contacting the Hockey Alberta Foundation office or completing the online form.


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The Brooks Bandits are hosting Hockey Canada’s National Junior A Championship, May 11-19 at the Centennial Regional Arena. If you are interested in being a Volunteer at the event, REGISTER HERE TO VOLUNTEER >.
Ticket packages are still available for the event through the Hockey Canada website. BUY YOUR TICKETS >

 


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