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ICE TIMES: Edition 20:11

Newsletter 2019_OCT_NOV

June 11, 2020

 


Hockey Alberta Newsletter

HOCKEY CANADA UPDATE ON COVID-19

Hockey Canada’s Tom Renney, chief executive officer, and Scott Smith, president and chief operating officer, issued a statement on the return-to-hockey process in Canada. For Hockey Alberta, this statement means that when arenas reopen as part of the government of Alberta’s Relaunch Strategy, our Members may resume on-ice, sanctioned activities – subject to compliance with current health and safety standards in Alberta and Hockey Alberta’s Return to Hockey plan.

 

READ THE FULL UPDATE > 


NEW STRUCTURE FOR AAA MALE HOCKEY IN ALBERTA

The structure of AAA male hockey in Alberta will have a different look for the 2020-21 season as the Alberta Elite Hockey League (AEHL) was announced on May 30 as the new home for Hockey Alberta’s elite male players.

 

INFORMATION ON THE AEHL > 


 Hockey Alberta Newsletter

AN UNRELENTING LOVE OF THE GAME KEY IN KODIE CURRAN’S JOURNEY TO THE NHL

Although ’follow your dreams’ is a common phrase, few people have taken that advice to heart quite like Kodie Curran. At age 30, the Calgarian recently signed his first NHL deal with Anaheim Ducks - a two-year, one-way contract, the culmination of years of hard work, perseverance, and a seemingly unmatched love for the game.

 

READ KODIE’S STORY > 


 

ONLINE DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE FOR COACHES

Hockey Alberta is running a series of online coach professional development sessions over the coming weeks. With a focus on coaches in the minor hockey system, these sessions will cover a number of topics ranging from Hockey I.Q. to coach interviews. Upcoming sessions will take place on June 11, 17, and 18.

 

REGISTER FOR A SESSION >


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HOCKEY AT HOME - CONDITIONING, SKILL DEVELOPMENT, AND GOALIE TRAINING

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to keep us all at home, it’s important to keep active, eat healthy, and even work on some hockey skills. Hockey Alberta is working with Crash Conditioning, Ali Stead (@never2late2learn.hky), and various goalie and Team Alberta resources to bring you weekly tips on how to stay ready for hockey’s return. 

 

HOCKEY AT HOME VIDEOS >


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 Hockey Alberta Newsletter

 

ICE TIMES: Edition 20:12

Newsletter 2019_OCT_NOV

June 25, 2020

 


Hockey Alberta Newsletter

AFHL UNVEILS NEW LOGO

The Alberta Female Hockey League (AFHL) has unveiled its new logo that will be used for the 2020-21 season and beyond.

 

LOGO RELEASE VIDEO > 


ALBERTANS SELECTED TO PARTICIPATE IN HOCKEY CANADA’S HIGH PERFORMANCE SUMMER PROGRAMS

Over 25 of Alberta’s top hockey players have been chosen to participate in Hockey Canada summer programming, including the National Women’s Summer Development Program, National U17 Development Program, and National Junior Team Development Program.

 

NATIONAL WOMEN’S SUMMER PROGRAMS > | NATIONAL U17 DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM >NATIONAL JUNIOR TEAM PROGRAM >


 Hockey Alberta Newsletter

HOCKEY ALBERTA ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH VEREBURN MEDICAL SUPPLY

With the ever-changing landscape and an elevated focus on athlete and participant safety, Hockey Alberta is excited to announce a new partnership with Vereburn Medical Supply. The partnership sees Vereburn Medical Supply provide Hockey Alberta members with a reduced rate on complete medical kits and supplies.

 

FULL PARTNERSHIP DETAILS > 


 

ISCA AT-HOME SUMMER FITNESS CHALLENGE

Join ambassador Ethan Bear of the Edmonton Oilers and get fit this summer! Participate with over 500 registrants from all across Alberta ages 12+ and win weekly prize draws, including free registration for Hockey Alberta skills camps! 

 

ISCA FITNESS CHALLENGE DETAILS >


Hockey Alberta Newsletter

HOCKEY AT HOME - CONDITIONING, SKILL DEVELOPMENT, AND GOALIE TRAINING

As restrictions are beginning to lift and the weather is getting warmer, this will be our last week of Hockey at Home videos. Hockey Alberta would like to thank Crash Conditioning, Ali Stead (@never2late2learn.hky), and everyone else who have contributed to this video series. 

 

HOCKEY AT HOME VIDEOS >


Hockey Alberta Newsletter

 


 Hockey Alberta Newsletter