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ICE TIMES: Edition 20:04

Newsletter 2019_OCT_NOV

February 20, 2020

 


 Hockey Alberta Newsletter

ZONES 4 AND 7 WIN ALBERTA WINTER GAMES GOLD

It was a thrilling finish at the 2020 Alberta Winter Games in Airdrie on Monday, with Zones 4 and 7 winning gold in Female and Male hockey, respectively. RECAP >

 


 

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR NATIONAL ABORIGINAL HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS SELECTION CAMPS

Registration is now open for 2002-2006 born male and female athletes to participate in selection camps for the 2020 National Aboriginal Hockey ChampionshipsMALE REGISTRATION >FEMALE REGISTRATION >

 


Hockey Alberta Newsletter

EKEC SPEAKER SERIES COMING TO CANMORE

The Hockey Alberta Foundation, in conjunction with Canmore Minor Hockey and the Canmore Eagles, is bringing the Every Kid Every Community (EKEC) Speaker Series to Canmore on Friday, February 21. TICKETS >

 


 Hockey Alberta Newsletter

APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR 2020 HIGH PERFORMANCE 1 SEMINAR

Hockey Alberta is now accepting applications for the NCCP High Performance 1 Seminar being held in Red Deer July 21-26. APPLY >

 


Hockey Alberta Newsletter

U11 PLAYER PATHWAY

The U11 Player Pathway is supported by the Hockey Canada Long-Term Player Development Model. This framework provides the guiding principles for age appropriate and skill specific programming for all players in Hockey Canada’s youth hockey system. U11 PATHWAY >

 


 Hockey Alberta Newsletter

 REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR 2020 FUTURE COACHES PROGRAM

Hockey Alberta’s Future Coaches Program is designed to develop and train U18 (Midget) level male and female hockey players in the areas of coaching, skill instruction and leadership. EDMONTON > | RED DEER > | CALGARY >

 


Hockey Alberta Newsletter

ALBERTA BUILT SKILLS CAMPS

Hockey Alberta is committed to providing Alberta Built development opportunities for coaches and players to grow and learn before, during, and after the season. Check out the camps in your area! ALBERTA BUILT CAMPS >

 


Hockey Alberta Newsletter

  • Coach Applications now being accepted for Team Alberta U18 Female
  • Serge Lajoie named Head Coach for Team Alberta U16 Male | Assistant, Video Coach applications open
  • Two Albertans experience 2020 Global Girls’ Game
  • Airdrie ’Kindness Ninjas’ visit the Alberta Winter Games 
  • Registration now open for the Hockey Alberta U12 Skills Camp
  • Hockey Alberta Foundation participating in the 2020 Birdies for Kids Program
  • AFHL Bantam Elite Showcase Photos
  • Alberta Winter Games Gold Medal Officials

 


 Hockey Alberta Newsletter

ICE TIMES: Edition 20:03

Newsletter 2019_OCT_NOV

February 6, 2020

 


 Hockey Alberta Newsletter

PARENT ENGAGEMENT SERIES - MULTISPORT

Hockey Alberta is pleased to continue its Parent Engagement Video Series, aimed at helping parents navigate through the ups and downs of being a hockey parent. MULTISPORT VIDEO >

 


Hockey Alberta Newsletter

WHO HAS MADE AN IMPACT ON YOUR MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION THIS SEASON?

Nominate that individual or team for one of six Hockey Alberta Awards, presented for outstanding achievements or contributions to amateur hockey in Alberta. AWARDS NOMINATION FORM > 

 


 

VOTE FOR THE CROWFOOT COYOTES PEEWEE AA IN THE CHEVROLET GOOD DEEDS CUP

Congratulations to Hockey Calgary’s Crowfoot Coyotes, who are one of the regional finalists selected by Chevrolet in the Good Deeds Cup! From now until February 9, all 10 semi-finalist videos are available for viewing at Chevrolet Canada’s YouTube channel. The three teams that receive the most views will each be eligible to win a Finalist Prize, which includes $5,000 to the team’s designated charity. VIEW THEIR VIDEO >

 


 

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR THE 2020 TEAM ALBERTA/WHL SKILLS CAMP

Hockey Alberta and the Western Hockey League are pleased to be co-hosting the annual WHL Skills Camp for the sixth consecutive year. The camp is a unique skill development opportunity for 2006-born (U15) male hockey players. Participants must be registered with Hockey Alberta/ Hockey Canada to be eligible. REGISTER >

 


Hockey Alberta Newsletter

JANES DESIGN-A-MASK CONTEST

From now until February 17, submit your child’s original goalie mask design for the opportunity to have their artwork worn by Team Canada goaltenders at the 2020 IIHF Women’s World Championship! DESIGN-A-MASK TEMPLATE > | ENTRY FORM >

 


Hockey Alberta Newsletter

ALBERTA BUILT SKILLS CAMPS

Hockey Alberta is committed to providing Alberta Built development opportunities for coaches and players to grow and learn before, during, and after the season. Check out the camps in your area! ALBERTA BUILT CAMPS > | COACH OPPORTUNITIES >

 


Hockey Alberta Newsletter

  • National Aboriginal Hockey Championship Coach & Trainer Applications
  • Female Hockey Day - Player Interviews
  • Nominate your coach for the BFL Female Coach of the Year!
  • Coach of the Month - January
  • NHL Willie O’Ree Community Award Nominations - Deadline February 9!

 


 Hockey Alberta Newsletter