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Ice Times

ICE TIMES - Edition 21:04

Hockey Alberta Ice Times Newsletter

February 18, 2021


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THE CANMORE U13 A EAGLES NEED YOUR VOTE

Less than a week remains for Alberta’s hockey community to cast online votes in support of the Canmore Eagles U13A team. The Rockies Hockey League squad is Alberta’s regional finalist in the Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup. And if Alberta casts enough votes, the Eagles will earn the $100,000 first prize in support of their selected charitable group – Rocky Mountain Adaptive Program.

 

CHECK OUT THEIR STORY >VOTE NOW >

 


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ONLINE COACH DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY

Hockey Alberta is hosting a free online coach development session covering the topic of Maximizing Athlete Development. Roger Grillo, long time NCAA Division I Coach, will share his perspective on the process of creating and developing athletes on the ice.

 

REGISTER NOW >

  


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NORTHSTARS CARES AND HOCKEY ALBERTA FOUNDATION TEAM UP TO SUPPORT HEROS HOCKEY

The Calgary Northstars U15 Players and their families have accepted a challenge to raise $10,000 for the SuperHEROS Program for the upcoming 2021-22 hockey season. This money will allow them to put another team on the ice from their existing wait list. The team, along with the help of The Hockey Alberta Foundation are organizing an online auction that will run the month of February 2021.    

 

VIEW THE AUCTION >

 


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CENTRE ICE PODCAST - EPISODE SEVEN: GRANT FUHR AND CASSANDRA VILGRAIN

Episode Seven of the Centre Ice Podcast is centred around Black History Month, and celebrating the Albertans who pushed through adversity to achieve success, featuring interviews with Team Alberta alumna Cassandra Vilgrain, and legendary goaltender Grant Fuhr.

 

LISTEN AND WATCH >ALL EPISODES >

 


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HOCKEY FOR LIFE

Alberta’s hockey community is filled with incredible people and incredible stories. Hockey Alberta wants to share your stories and celebrate the hockey community in our province. Submit your own or nominate someone from your community whose story deserves to be told!

 

DUMBA FAMILY > | DENNIS ZUKIWSKY > | SUBMIT YOUR OWN > 

 


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ICE TIMES - Edition 21:03

Hockey Alberta Ice Times Newsletter

February 4, 2021


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FEMALE HOCKEY DAY SHOWS #WHYWEPLAY

Nearly 300 female hockey players, parents, coaches, and supporters gathered on Zoom over the weekend to engage and learn from accomplished speakers and panelists. All sessions were recorded and can be accessed below.

 

WATCH RECORDED SESSIONS >

 


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ONLINE COACH DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY

Hockey Alberta is hosting a free online coach development session covering the topic of Deceptive Tactics for Defensemen. Zach McCullough of Apex Hockey Training and the Barrie Jr. Colts will take you through theories and strategies to help your defensemen add deceptive techniques on retrievals and offensive zone blueline walks. 

 

REGISTER NOW >

 

 

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BLACK HISTORY MONTH: THE STORY OF JOHN UTENDALE

On February 26, 2020, the Provincial Archives of Alberta published a Facebook post that asked the following question:“Did you know that Edmonton-born John Utendale… was the first Black hockey player to sign a contract with the NHL?”

 

READ JOHN’S STORY >


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HOCKEY FOR LIFE

Alberta’s hockey community is filled with incredible people and incredible stories. Hockey Alberta wants to share your stories and celebrate the hockey community in our province. Submit your own or nominate someone from your community whose story deserves to be told!

 

RADKE FAMILY > | CAM MOON > | SUBMIT YOUR OWN > 

 


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ICE TIMES - Edition 21:02

Hockey Alberta Ice Times Newsletter

January 21, 2021


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REGISTRATION OPEN FOR VIRTUAL 2021 FEMALE HOCKEY DAY

Time is running out to register for 2021 Female Hockey Day, which will be taking place virtually (via Zoom) on January 30 & 31. The cost for each participant is $15. 

 

REGISTER NOW >

 


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CHEVROLET GOOD DEEDS CUP SUBMISSION DEADLINE - JANUARY 28

The Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup wants to inspire young Canadians to do good by transforming the positive values learned through hockey into Good Deeds within their communities. The goal of the program is to develop hockey players on and off the ice.

 

MORE INFORMATION >

 


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HOCKEY FOR LIFE

Alberta’s hockey community is filled with incredible people and incredible stories. Hockey Alberta wants to share your stories and celebrate the hockey community in our province. Submit your own or nominate someone from your community whose story deserves to be told!

 

LORNA LEBLANC > | LACEY SENUK > | SUBMIT YOUR OWN > 

 


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CENTRE ICE PODCAST - EPISODE SIX: ACCESSIBILITY TO HOCKEY

Episode Six of the Center Ice Podcast focuses on the importance of keeping hockey - and sport in general - accessible to everyone.

 

PODCAST EPISODES >

 


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ICE TIMES - Edition 21:01

Hockey Alberta Ice Times Newsletter

January 7, 2021


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HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM HOCKEY ALBERTA

The calendar has flipped to 2021 and Hockey Alberta is excited for all of the challenges and triumphs that this new year will bring us. We hope to see you all back in a rink soon!

 


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REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR VIRTUAL 2021 FEMALE HOCKEY DAY

Registration is now open for 2021 Female Hockey Day, which will be taking place virtually (via Zoom) on January 30 & 31. The cost for each participant is $15. 

 

MORE INFORMATION >

 


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HOCKEY GIVES BACK ACROSS ALBERTA

The hockey community always shines brightest during the holiday season, and, despite many obstacles, 2020 is no different. Hockey Alberta is featuring the good deeds of teams from across the province this holiday season.

 

ENTRIES >

 


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HOCKEY FOR LIFE

Alberta’s hockey community is filled with incredible people and incredible stories. Hockey Alberta wants to share your stories and celebrate the hockey community in our province. Submit your own or nominate someone from your community whose story deserves to be told!

 

JORDAN EBERLE > | SHAWN BELLE > | SUBMIT YOUR OWN > 

 


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NEXXT LEVEL FEMALE OFFICIALS FORUM TO BE HOSTED BY VARIOUS ALBERTA SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS

Five Alberta sports organizations have come together to support a virtual event for female sports officials. The event will bring together an elite panel of speakers who have officiated at a world class level. Each speaker, through personal experience, will offer insight, lessons learned, and potential pathways to aspiring, young officials.

 

REGISTER NOW >

 


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2020 YEAR IN REVIEW

The year 2020 was a challenging one. As a hockey community it was one of change, adversity and adaptation. - along with many positive stories. Please join us in looking back on the top stories for Hockey Alberta in 2020.

 

YEAR IN REVIEW >

 


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ICE TIMES - Edition 20:24

Hockey Alberta Ice Times Newsletter

December 23, 2020

 


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HOCKEY CANADA UNVEILS 50/50 DRAW DETAILS FOR 2021 WORLD JUNIORS

Although the 2021 IIHF World Junior Championship will be played without fans in the arena in Edmonton, plans have been unveiled for fans in Alberta to engage in the World Juniors. Fans in Alberta can purchase tickets from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. MT on game days.

 

DETAILS > | PURCHASE TICKETS >

 


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HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM HOCKEY ALBERTA! 

From the staff, board and volunteers of Hockey Alberta, we would like to wish you a safe and wonderful Holiday Season!

 


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HOCKEY GIVES BACK ACROSS ALBERTA

The hockey community always shines brightest during the holiday season, and, despite many obstacles, 2020 is no different. Hockey Alberta is featuring the good deeds of teams from across the province this holiday season.

 

ENTRIES >

 


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2021 FEMALE HOCKEY TO BE HELD VIRTUALLY ON JANUARY 30 & 31

Hockey Alberta is pleased to announce that 2021 Female Hockey Day will be taking place virtually (via Zoom) on January 30 & 31. Registration will open on January 4.

 

MORE INFORMATION >

 


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HOCKEY FOR LIFE

Alberta’s hockey community is filled with incredible people and incredible stories. Hockey Alberta wants to share your stories and celebrate the hockey community in our province. Submit your own or nominate someone from your community whose story deserves to be told!

 

MICHELLE SKILNICK > | JASON WIWAD > | SUBMIT YOUR OWN > 

 


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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCKS PAIRS UP WITH HOCKEY ALBERTA FOUNDATION

For every pair of socks sold HERE between November 19 and December 31, using code ’hockeyalberta’ at checkout, Major League Socks will donate $6 per pair back to the Every Kid Every Community Program. Your team can also win a Zoom call with an NHL player by sending out the link to friends and family. The team with the most socks sold will get a 30 minute zoom call with an Oilers or Flames player, as well as a set of teams socks of their choice.

 

SHOP NOW > | CONTEST DETAILS >

 


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ICE TIMES - Edition 20:23

Hockey Alberta Ice Times Newsletter

December 10, 2020

 


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HOCKEY FOR LIFE

Alberta’s hockey community is filled with incredible people and incredible stories. Hockey Alberta wants to share your stories and celebrate the hockey community in our province. Submit your own or nominate someone from your community whose story deserves to be told!

 

KYLE KOWALSKI > | FESYK FAMILY > | SUBMIT YOUR OWN >

 


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MOVING MOUNTAINS FOR MIGHTY MAX

A Fairview family is seeking help for their son, Max, who was recently diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy type 2. The GoFundMe currently sits at over $365,000 on the way to the $2.8 million goal.

 

DONATE >READ MAX’S STORY >

 


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COACH OF THE MONTH - RANDY ROSEN

Hockey Alberta’s Coach of the Month, sponsored by Players Bench Team Apparel, is Randy Rosen of Sherwood Park. In August, Randy was diagnosed with Stage 4 Cancer. Despite a very poor prognosis, Randy decided that he still had so much to give back to the community and that he wanted to continue coaching.

 

READ RANDY’S STORY >

 


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CENTRE ICE PODCAST - NAVIGATING THE PAUSE

Episode Four of the Center Ice podcast focuses on how teams who are affected by the Government of Alberta’s Public Health Order can navigate the pause on hockey.

 

LISTEN >


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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCKS PAIRS UP WITH HOCKEY ALBERTA FOUNDATION

For every pair of socks sold HERE between November 19 and December 31, using code ’hockeyalberta’ at checkout, Major League Socks will donate $6 per pair back to the Every Kid Every Community Program. Your team can also win a Zoom call with an NHL player by sending out the link to friends and family. The team with the most socks sold will get a 30 minute zoom call with an Oilers or Flames player, as well as a set of teams socks of their choice.

 

SHOP NOW > | CONTEST DETAILS >

 


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Staying Safe with Hockey Alberta - 20:04

Introduction

 

Thank you to all of our hard working members who are navigating the evolving COVID-19 situation. We all realize that these are challenging times, but we will get through this pause and back to the game we all love. Hockey Alberta would like to wish all of the hard working volunteers and your families a happy and healthy holiday season!

 

The focus of this month’s safety newsletter is athlete well-being.

 


Warmup, Cooldown, and Stretching

 

One of the most effective ways to prevent common injuries is to ensure that the athlete is prepared for physical activity, which starts with a proper warm up, cool down, and stretching routine. A good warm up increases blood flow throughout the body, decreases the resistance in joints and muscles, and reduces the risk of strains and pulls. Cooling down allows for a reduction in muscle soreness, less likelihood of feeling dizzy or fainting, and a reduction of adrenaline in the body. Finally, a good stretching routine increases the range of motion in the body, creates greater strength, and improves overall performance. Hockey Canada has created an in depth guide to warm up, cool down, and stretching which can be accessed through Hockey Alberta’s website.

 

Information on warmups, cooldowns, and stretching can found on the Hockey Alberta Player Safety page.

 


Lifestyle

 

Whether an athlete is competing at the highest level or just participating for fun, having a healthy lifestyle can be key in achieving hockey success and compliments the benefits of physical activity. Proper nutrition is critical in a child’s development and crucial to performance. In addition, good nutrition habits can last a lifetime. Another habit that is important to overall well-being and performance is sleep. Sleep is the foundation for your child to be at his or her best at home, in school, and at the rink. Hockey Alberta has partnered with industry experts to create resources for these important lifestyle behaviors, including a video from Edmonton Oilers Physician Dr. Dhiren Naidu discussing the importance of nutrition.

 

Information on nutrition can be found on the Hockey Alberta Nutrition page.

 

Information on lifestyle habits can be found on the Hockey Alberta Sleep and Lifestyle page.

 


Bullying, Abuse, and Harassment

 

A hockey dressing room should be a safe and fun environment that is free of bullying, abuse, and harassment. These behaviors are unacceptable and it is the responsibility of everyone to ensure that our participants are safe from such behaviors. As a leader in your association, awareness, understanding, and preparation are key to ensure that such situations are managed properly. Hockey Alberta has complied and created numerous resources to help our members navigate these types of situations.

 

Information on bullying, abuse, and harassment can found on the Hockey Alberta Game and Conduct page. 

 


Attitude and Respect

 

The foundation of player well-being is the attitude of our participants and the respect that we give ourselves and each other. This respect is created by remembering the positive impact we would like to have on the players, maintaining the spirit of good competition, encouraging life long healthy habits and behaviors, and creating an environment that is positive, where people can speak up should they feel concerns about their health, well-being, or safety.

ICE TIMES - Edition 20:22

Hockey Alberta Ice Times Newsletter

November 26, 2020

 


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MAJOR LEAGUE SOCKS PAIRS UP WITH HOCKEY ALBERTA FOUNDATION

For every pair of socks sold HERE between November 19 and December 31, using code ’hockeyalberta’ at checkout, Major League Socks will donate $6 per pair back to the Every Kid Every Community Program. Your team can also win a Zoom call with an NHL player by sending out the link to friends and family. The team with the most socks sold will get a 30 minute zoom call with an Oilers or Flames player, as well as a set of teams socks of their choice.

 

SHOP NOW > | CONTEST DETAILS >

 


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VIRA, ZINGER ELECTED TO HOCKEY ALBERTA BOARD | BARTLETT, HAYDEN RECOGNIZED AS LIFE MEMBERS

Al-Amir Vira and Frances Zinger were elected to the Hockey Alberta’s Board of Directors at the organization’s 113th Annual General Meeting held virtually on November 21. Bob Bartlett and Anne Hayden were also recognized with Life Membership status for their combined more than 90 years of service in the province of Alberta. 

 

AGM FOLLOW UP >

 


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ENGEN JOINS HOCKEY CANADA BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Terry Engen, the past Chair of Hockey Alberta’s Board of Directors, was elected to the Hockey Canada Board of Directors on November 14 at Hockey Canada’s Winter Congress and Annual Meeting

 

MORE INFORMATION >

 


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EVERY KID EVERY COMMUNITY PROGRAM AWARDS $34,000 IN GRANTS THIS QUARTER

Hockey Alberta and the Hockey Alberta Foundation are pleased to announce this quarter’s Every Kid Every Community grant recipients. Over $34,000 is being distributed to communities around Alberta, helping more than 400 kids access the game.

 

VIEW THE RECIPIENTS >

 


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ICE TIMES - Edition 20:21

Hockey Alberta Ice Times Newsletter

November 15, 2020

 


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COVID-19 UPDATE - NOVEMBER 12

The Government of Alberta today announced a mandatory two-week pause on indoor group fitness classes and team sport activities. The pause applies to Edmonton and surrounding areas, Calgary and surrounding areas, Grande Prairie, Lethbridge, Fort McMurray and Red Deer. The full list of surrounding communities (for the Calgary and Edmonton regions) is available on the Government of Alberta website.

 

VIEW RETURN TO HOCKEY PAGE >

  


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LEST WE FORGET

For Captain Daniel Deluce, a pilot in the Royal Canadian Air Force stationed at CFB Cold Lake, Remembrance Day takes on special meaning for himself and his family.

 

READ THE FULL STORY >

 


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CENTRE ICE PODCAST - EPISODE THREE - FOR THE LOVE OF THE GAME

Episode Three of the Centre Ice Podcast explores the meaning of ’Hockey for Life’, with a focus grassroots hockey in Alberta, the Alberta Elite Hockey League and Alberta Female Hockey League, and the opportunities and experiences hockey can offer.

 

LISTEN AND WATCH >

 


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HOCKEY COMMUNITY RALLIES AROUND SPRINGBANK FAMILY

On October 13, Justin Ikebuchi was involved in a fatal car crash. In the days and weeks following, his wife, Jamie, and children Sydney, Raiden, Calder and Devin have seen the entire hockey community rally around them and show their support.

 

READ THE FULL STORY >

 


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CANADIAN TIRE OPERATION: PUCK DROP

Canadian Tire Operation: Puck Drop is looking for hockey lovers – local builders and do-it-yourselfers – in towns across our country with a desire to build more outdoor rinks. When you enter Operation: Puck Drop, you’ll have a chance to win a rink kit, tools and equipment to help complete each rink build.

 

ENTER NOW >

 


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REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR 2020-21 NHL/NHLPA FIRST SHIFT PROGRAM

Do you have a child aged 6-10 years who is ready to fall in love with hockey? Registration is now open for the 2020-21 NHL/NHLPA First Shift program. The NHL/NHLPA First Shift program is designed to ensure a positive experience for new-to-hockey families by offering a low-cost entry program to hockey.

 

REGISTER NOW >

 


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ICE TIMES - Edition 20:20

October 29, 2020

 


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REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR 2020 HOCKEY ALBERTA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Hockey Alberta is hosting the 113th Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Saturday, November 21. This year’s meeting will be held virtually, using Zoom, starting at 1:00 PM (MST).

 

2020 AGM REGISTRATION >

  


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HOCKEY CANADA ASSIST FUND TO PROVIDE $1 MILLION TO HELP YOUNG CANADIANS RETURN TO HOCKEY

The Hockey Canada Foundation has launched its new $1 million Assist Fund to provide registration fee subsidies for qualified Canadians who are registered with Hockey Canada-sanctioned associations for the 2020-21 season. The Hockey Alberta Foundation would also like to encourage groups and individuals to apply for a Program or Player Assistance grant through Every Kid Every Community.

 

HOCKEY CANADA ASSIST FUND APPLICATION >EVERY KID EVERY COMMUNITY APPLICATION >

 


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CAN I PARTICIPATE IN HOCKEY?

Hockey Alberta has created a flow chart to help families navigate their way through the expectations and process when a player is showing symptoms or has been tested for COVID-19.

 

HOCKEY PARTICIPATION FLOW CHART >

 


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JAKE NEIGHBOURS AND OZZY WIESBLATT: A FIRST ROUND FRIENDSHIP

When Jake Neighbours and Ozzy Wiesblatt were drafted 26th overall and 31st overall by the St. Louis Blues and San Jose Sharks, respectively, it was not only a tremendous moment for each athlete, but a chance to celebrate each other’s accomplishments.

 

READ THE FULL STORY >

 


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HOCKEY ALBERTA CONCUSSION SAFETY SEMINARS

Hockey Alberta is once again offering Concussion Safety Seminars virtually for the 2020-21 season. This two hour interactive presentation delivered by industry professionals is designed for parents, coaches, administrators, and athletes to provide a consistent message on concussions and concussion management.

 

REQUEST A PRESENTATION >

 


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ICE TIMES - Edition 20:19

Hockey Alberta Ice Times Newsletter

October 15, 2020

 


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CENTRE ICE PODCAST - EPISODE TWO: NHL DRAFT RECAP

Episode Two of the Centre Ice Podcast looks back on the Albertans selected in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft, featuring interviews with first-round draft picks Jake Neighbours, Ozzy Wiesblatt and Kaiden Guhle.

 

LISTEN AND WATCH >

  


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NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN FOR 2020-21 COACH OF THE MONTH

Nominations are now being accepted for Coach of the Month, presented by Players Bench Team Apparel. Nominate a coach who goes above and beyond for your team this season.

 

NOMINATE YOUR COACH >

 


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TWO WEEKS LEFT TO APPLY FOR AN EVERY KID EVERY COMMUNITY GRANT

The Every Kid Every Community Grant (EKEC) is an annual program to support hockey in Alberta. The Hockey Alberta Foundation would like to encourage groups and individuals to apply for a Program or Player Assistance grant. The deadline to apply is October 31.

 

APPLICATION FORM >

 


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ONE MONTH REMAINING TO COMPLETE COACHING QUALIFICATIONS

Minor Hockey Associations (MHAs) and Club Teams must ensure all teams and/or groups meet the requirements outlined by Hockey Alberta before November 15.

 

COACHING REQUIREMENTS > | AVAILABLE CLINICS >

 


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GEAR UP LIKE A PRO WITH GATORADE

From iconic equipment to our scientifically formulated powder, now is your opportunity to GEAR UP LIKE A PRO. Head over to www.Gatorade.ca and make sure your gear speaks as loud as your game. Until October 31, receive free shipping with code HOCKEYALBERTAFREESHIP. No minimum order. One use per customer.

 

ORDER NOW >

 


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ICE TIMES - Edition 20:18

Hockey Alberta Ice Times Newsletter

October 2, 2020

 


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RETURN TO HOCKEY UPDATE

Hockey Alberta has released an updated version of the Return to Hockey plan.

 

NEW FEATURES OF THE PLAN >

  


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INTRODUCING CENTRE ICE: THE HOCKEY ALBERTA PODCAST

Hockey Alberta is excited to launch Centre Ice: The Hockey Alberta Podcast, featuring the latest news and views on amateur hockey across the province.

 

CENTRE ICE: EPISODE ONE >

 


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BARRY MEDORI HONOURED WITH HOCKEY CANADA AWARD

On August 28, Hockey Canada announced Hockey Alberta Coach Mentor Barry Medori as the 2020 recipient of the Gordon Juckes Award.

 

READ THE FULL STORY > 

 


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HOCKEY CANADA COMMUNITY, PRESENTED BY SCOTIABANK, LAUNCHED FOR 2020-21 SEASON

Hockey Canada and Scotiabank, the Official Bank of Hockey Canada, have teamed up to deliver the Hockey Canada Community, an online destination to share and celebrate great Canadian hockey stories.

 

VIEW FULL DETAILS >

 


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ICE TIMES: Edition 20:17

 

Hockey Alberta Ice Times Newsletter

September 18, 2020

 


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HOCKEY IS BACK!

Hockey Alberta wants you to know that Hockey Is Back.

 

DETAILS >

  


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COACH CLINICS NOW OPEN FOR THE 2020-21 SEASON

Hockey Alberta is pleased to announce registration for Coaching Clinics is now open for the 2020-21 season.

 

COACH CLINIC INFORMATION >

 


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HOCKEY ALBERTA OFFICIALS WORKING TO END RACISM AND INEQUALITY IN HOCKEY

As officials from across Alberta prepare for the 2020-21 season, a special emphasis is being put on battling racism and inequality on the ice.

 

READ THE FULL STORY > 

 


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EVERY KID EVERY COMMUNITY APPLICATION DEADLINE - OCTOBER 31

The Every Kid Every Community Grant (EKEC) is an annual program to support hockey in Alberta. The Hockey Alberta Foundation would like to encourage groups and individuals to apply for a Program or Player Assistance grant.

 

APPLICATION FORM >

 


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ESSO FUN DAY APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN

Applications are now open to host an Esso Fun Day Program for the 2020-21 season. The Esso Fun Day program continues to contribute to the growth of women’s hockey.

 

ESSO FUN DAY INFORMATION >

 


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HOCKEY ALBERTA CONCUSSION SAFETY SEMINARS

Hockey Alberta will be offering Concussion Safety Seminars virtually for the 2020-21 season. This two hour interactive presentation delivered by industry professionals is designed for parents, coaches, administrators, and athletes to provide a consistent message on concussions and concussion management.

 

REQUEST A PRESENTATION >

 


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BAUER, HOCKEY CANADA, NHL AND NHLPA LAUNCH HOCKEY EQUIPMENT RELIEF PROGRAM

Applications are now being accepted for the Hockey Equipment Relief Program, orchestrated by Bauer Hockey, Hockey Canada, the National Hockey League (NHL), and National Hockey League Players Association (NHLPA).

 

APPLY NOW TO BECOME A DONATION PARTNER >

 


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ICE TIMES: Edition 20:16

Newsletter 2019_OCT_NOVSeptember 4, 2020

 


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RETURN TO HOCKEY PLAN - UPDATE

Hockey Alberta has updated its Return to Hockey Plan.

The original plan was released on June 30; the updated version is current as of September 3.

 

VIEW THE UPDATED PLAN >

 


Hockey Alberta Ice Times NewsletterINTRODUCING THE NEW ALBERTA ELITE HOCKEY LEAGUE WEBSITE

Hockey Alberta is proud to introduce the new online home for the Alberta Elite Hockey League (AEHL). The new website, is the official portal for the AEHL and its three divisions of sanctioned Male AAA hockey in Alberta.

 

READ FULL ARTICLE >AEHL.CA >

 


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NEW FOR 2020-21

A number of changes have been announced for the 2020-21 season that impact various areas of the sport in Alberta. The changes are outlined on the Hockey Alberta website, and include links to applicable Info Bulletins that provide full details on the changes.

 

NEW FOR 2020-21 > 

 


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VEREBURN MEDICAL SUPPLIES READY FOR ORDER

As per our newly announced partnership with Vereburn Medical Supply, we have updated information on the ordering process of medical kits for the upcoming season.

 

PRODUCT AND ORDERING INFO >

  


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ICE TIMES: Edition 20:15

Newsletter 2019_OCT_NOV

August 20, 2020

 


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CALGARY FLAMES FOUNDATION DONATES ADDITIONAL $50,000 TO EVERY KID EVERY COMMUNITY

At a press conference on Wednesday, the Calgary Flames Foundation announced that the Hockey Alberta Foundation Every Kid Every Community program will receive an additional $50,000 donation. 

 

READ THE FULL STORY >

 


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IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR 2020-21 OFFICIALS CLINICS

An update has been shared regarding the status of Officials clinics for new and current officials in preparation for the 2020-21 season. The update includes information on how clinics will be facilitated, important dates, and how to sign up.

 

VIEW FULL UPDATE >

 


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#CHIPINFORKIDS TO SUPPORT THE HOCKEY ALBERTA FOUNDATION

The Hockey Alberta Foundation and Shaw invite you to #ChipinforKids by texting KIDS107 to 30333 to donate $10 and help us provide every child in Alberta the opportunity to play hockey. To make your contribution go further, Shaw will match the donation.

 

DONATE NOW > 

 


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HOCKEY ALBERTA BOARD OF DIRECTORS RECRUITMENT NOTICE

The Alberta Amateur Hockey Association (Hockey Alberta) is seeking qualified candidates for one (1) Director at Large position on its Board of Directors. Deadline to submit a nomination package is August 31, 2020.

 

INFORMATION ON THE POSITION > | NOMINATION/APPLICATION FORM >

 


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LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER FOR THE RED DEER HALF-DAY PREP CAMP

With a Return to Hockey plan in place, Hockey Alberta is excited to bring back Alberta Built Skills Camps including the Red Deer Half-Day Prep Camp, which will prepare your young athlete for the 2020-21 season.

 

REGISTER NOW >

 


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ICE TIMES: Edition 20:14

Newsletter 2019_OCT_NOV

July 23, 2020

 


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HOCKEY ALBERTA BOARD OF DIRECTORS RECRUITMENT NOTICE

The Alberta Amateur Hockey Association (Hockey Alberta) is seeking qualified candidates for one (1) Director at Large position on its Board of Directors. Deadline to submit a nomination package is August 31, 2020.

 

INFORMATION ON THE POSITION > | NOMINATION/APPLICATION FORM >


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ALBERTA BUILT SKILLS CAMPS ARE BACK!

With a Return to Hockey plan in place, Hockey Alberta is excited to bring back Alberta Built Skills Camps to prepare your young athlete for the 2020-21 season. Current camps available include Goalie Skills, Female Skills, and Pre-Season Prep.

 

REGISTER FOR A CAMP NOW >


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#CHIPINFORKIDS TO SUPPORT THE HOCKEY ALBERTA FOUNDATION

The Hockey Alberta Foundation and Shaw invite you to #ChipinforKids by texting KIDS107 to 30333 to donate $10 and help us provide every child in Alberta the opportunity to play hockey. To make your contribution go further, Shaw will match the donation.

 

DONATE NOW > 


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JOIN THE HOCKEY ALBERTA TEAM

Hockey Alberta is now accepting applications for the position of Coordinator, Member Development. This is a maternity leave position based out of Red Deer and will extend until September 2021.

 

JOB POSTING >


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InStat ON BOARD AS AEHL AND AFHL VIDEO ANALYST PARTNER

The Alberta Elite Hockey League (AEHL) and Alberta Female Hockey League (AFHL), along with Hockey Alberta are excited to announce a new partnership with InStat Sport. The partnership sees InStat Sport provide the AEHL and AFHL and their teams with a reduced rate on utilizing the statistics and analytical features of the InStat Hockey platform.

 

FULL PARTNERSHIP DETAILS >


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ICE TIMES: Edition 20:13

Newsletter 2019_OCT_NOV

July 9, 2020

 


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PARENT ENGAGEMENT SERIES - PART FOUR: GAME DAY NUTRITION

Episode Four of the Hockey Alberta Parent Engagement Series features Edmonton Oilers/Edmonton Eskimos Head Team Physician Dhiren Naidu, and focuses on the importance of proper game day nutrition for athletes.

 

GAME DAY NUTRITION VIDEO > 


 

HOCKEY ALBERTA’S RETURN TO HOCKEY PLAN

Hockey Alberta released its Return to Hockey Plan on June 30, providing the framework and minimum standards for Hockey Alberta’s Members to undertake hockey activities. The Plan also allows players, coaches, officials, parents and other stakeholders to understand the current guidelines for operating sanctioned hockey for the 2020-21 season.

 

RETURN TO HOCKEY PLAN >


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ALBERTA BUILT SKILLS CAMPS ARE BACK!

With a Return to Hockey plan in place, Hockey Alberta is excited to bring back Alberta Built Skills Camps to prepare your young athlete for the 2020-21 season. Current camps available include Goalie Skills, Female Skills, and Pre-Season Prep.

 

REGISTER FOR A CAMP NOW >


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ONLINE COACH DEVELOPMENT VIDEOS NOW AVAILABLE

In June, Hockey Alberta ran a series of online coach professional development sessions with a focus on coaches in the minor hockey system, covering a number of topics ranging from Hockey I.Q. to coach interviews. The video series is now available on Hockey Alberta’s YouTube Channel.

 

ONLINE COACH DEVELOPMENT VIDEOS >MORE COACHING RESOURCES >


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ICE TIMES: Edition 20:12

Newsletter 2019_OCT_NOV

June 25, 2020

 


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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 > 


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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 >


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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 > 


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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 >


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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 >


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ICE TIMES: Edition 20:11

Newsletter 2019_OCT_NOV

June 11, 2020

 


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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 > 


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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 > 


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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 > 


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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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ICE TIMES: Edition 20:10

Newsletter 2019_OCT_NOV

May 28, 2020

 


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COVID-19 UPDATE - MESSAGE FROM THE CEO

A message from Hockey Alberta CEO Rob Litwinski regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, and the development of a Return-To-Hockey plan. READ >

 


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ONLINE DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE FOR COACHES

Hockey Alberta is running a series of online coach professional development sessions over the coming months. 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. INFO >

 


HOCKEY ALBERTA ANNOUNCES CHANGES TO TEAM ALBERTA SUMMER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, Hockey Alberta has been monitoring and evaluating our 2020 Team Alberta Summer High Performance Programs. The primary concern is ensuring the safety of our players, officials, coaches, volunteers and families involved in our development programs. INFO >

  


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STORIES FROM THE RINK: ALIX MHA HIGHLIGHTS STAR VOLUNTEER

As parents arrive at the rink on frigid Saturday mornings throughout the winter, they joke to themselves about seeing Tyler Copland’s truck parked in "his spot", as he is always the first to arrive before a game. Whether it’s as a board member, coach, friend, mentor, parent, or sponsor, Tyler wears many hats in the town of Alix. READ >

 


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HOCKEY CANADA, BFL CANADA ANNOUNCE FEMALE COACH OF THE YEAR WINNERS

Hockey Canada, in partnership with BFL CANADA, announced the first winners of the BFL Female Coach of the Year awards. Samantha Holmes-Domagala of Calgary has been named as the National Community Winner, and Shanya Shwetz of Edmonton has been named a Regional High Performance winner. MORE >

 


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SPORT FOR LIFE OFFERS E-LEARNING DISCOUNTS THIS MAY

Are you looking for something to keep your mind active during the COVID-19 shutdown? This month Sport for Life is offering three select e-learning courses that will help you prepare for that uncertain future while bringing your organization to a new level. CULTURAL AWARENESS IN YOUTH SPORT >EFFECTIVE BOARD GOVERNANCE > | RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION OF VOLUNTEERS >

 


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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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ICE TIMES: Edition 20:09

Newsletter 2019_OCT_NOV

May 14, 2020

 


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HOCKEY CANADA’S OPEN LETTER TO CANADIANS

First, and most importantly, to the front-line and essential workers who have gone above and beyond around the clock to keep Canadians safe – a simple thank you is not nearly enough for what you have done over the last three months. Second, to our Members, partners, local hockey associations, volunteers and fans across Canada, thank you for keeping the spirit of hockey alive. Unprecedented times have called for unprecedented efforts at every level of the game. FULL LETTER >

 


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HOCKEY ALBERTA AWARDS ANNOUNCED

Hockey Alberta is pleased to announce the recipients of the annual Hockey Alberta Awards. These Awards allow Hockey Alberta and the Alberta hockey community to recognize outstanding individuals and teams for their hard work and accomplishments in making a positive difference for our participants in the game of hockey during the 2019-20 season. RECIPIENTS >

 


AHHF INDUCTION GALA POSTPONED UNTIL 2021

The induction gala for the 2020 Class of the Alberta Hockey Hall of Fame has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Originally scheduled for July 19 in Canmore, the celebration event for the Class of 2020 will be held in July 2021. INFO >

 


MINOR LEAGUES TO IMPLEMENT U15 NON-CHECKING/BODY CONTACT ONLY FOR TIERS 4-6

Hockey Alberta’s Minor Leagues Committee, represented by Alberta’s six (6) tiered Minor Hockey Leagues (CAHL, NAI, NEAHL, All Peace, Edmonton Federation & Hockey Calgary) have unanimously supported the implementation of non-checking/body contact only hockey at the Tiers 4 – 6 categories of the U15 division for the 2020-2021 season. INFO >

 


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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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ICE TIMES: Edition 20:08

Newsletter 2019_OCT_NOV

April 30, 2020

 


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RECOGNIZING HOCKEY’S VOLUNTEERS ACROSS ALBERTA

Hockey Alberta had the pleasure of joining organizations across Alberta and Canada in celebrating National Volunteer Week, which ran April 19-25. Over the course of National Volunteer Week, Hockey Alberta proudly featured a handful of Alberta’s hockey volunteers who have had a tremendous impact on the hockey experience in their community. VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHTS >

 


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SIX ALBERTANS SELECTED IN FIRST ROUND OF 2020 WHL BANTAM DRAFT

Seventy-four Albertans registered in Hockey Canada sanctioned programs heard their names called during 2020 WHL Bantam Draft on Wednesday, including six in the first round. FULL LIST >

  


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2019 ALBERTA CUP REWIND

Hockey Alberta takes a look back on the 2019 Alberta Cup, with a feature game each day from Thursday to Sunday. Check the Hockey Alberta website each day to view the highlighted game. THURSDAY - ALBERTA BLACK VS. ALBERTA GREY >

 


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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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ICE TIMES: Edition 20:07

Newsletter 2019_OCT_NOV

April 16, 2020

 


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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 resources to bring you weekly tips on how to stay ready for hockey’s return. HOCKEY AT HOME VIDEOS >

 


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AFHL POST-SECONDARY COMMITMENTS

The Alberta Female Hockey League is proud to present the expanding list of over 40 athletes who will be suiting up for post-secondary teams next season.

  


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COACHES OF THE MONTH - MARCH

Hockey Alberta’s March Coaches of the Month, sponsored by Players Bench Team Apparel, are Dave Eggleston of Stettler and Mike Lees of KC St. Matthew in Edmonton. RECIPIENTS >

 


HOCKEY ALBERTA NOW ACCEPTING VOLUNTEER APPLICATIONS

Hockey Alberta is now accepting applications for key volunteer positions across a number of committees for the 2020-21 hockey season. Volunteers are the faces of Hockey Alberta within their communities, positively representing themselves and the organization in regular encounters on a daily basis with participants in our sport. APPLY NOW > 

 


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ICE TIMES: Edition 20:06

Newsletter 2019_OCT_NOV

April 3, 2020

 


HOCKEY ALBERTA - COVID-19 UPDATE

 As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Hockey Alberta has cancelled all May programming. Hockey Alberta offices will also remain closed until further notice. MORE INFORMATION >

 


PARENT ENGAGEMENT SERIES - NUTRITION

Episode Three features Edmonton Oilers/Edmonton Eskimos Head Team Physician Dhiren Naidu, Canmore Eagles Head Coach Andrew Milne, and former NHL defenceman Shawn Belle, and focuses on the importance of nutrition for young athletes. VIDEO >

  


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AFHL ANNOUNCES 2019-20 AWARD AND SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

The Alberta Female Hockey League is pleased to announce the 2019-20 league award and scholarship winners. Four awards are handed out in each league: Most Valuable Player, Top Goaltender, Top Rookie, and Coach of the Year. One award is also given for the AFHL Administrator of the Year. 

 


WESTERN BRANCHES OFFICIATING VIDEO - SEASON 2, EPISODE 9

The Western Hockey League, in association with BC Hockey, Hockey Alberta, the Saskatchewan Hockey Association, and Hockey Manitoba, are producing an episodic video series about development as an official. Episode 9 is a message of appreciation for all officials. VIDEO > 

 


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