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ICE TIMES - Edition 21:04

Hockey Alberta News

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.

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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.

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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.

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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 24:06

Hockey Alberta News

HIGH PERFORMANCE 1 SEMINAR

Deadline to apply for High Performance 1 seminar is May 1. Coaches applying for the NCCP High Performance 1 seminar must be currently coaching in a competitive stream of hockey and be able to commit to attending all Virtual and In-Person components. Thirty-six successful candidates are going to be notified of their acceptance by May 7. The seminar takes place virtually in May and June with an in-person seminar in Red Deer in July.

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ICE TIMES EDITION 24:05

Hockey Alberta News

2024 SPRING SHOWCASE

Hockey Alberta welcomes over 400 athletes, 200 volunteers, 150 scouts and thousands of family and friends to the Red Deer area for the annual Spring Showcase at the Gary W. Harris Centre at Red Deer Polytechnic.

The Spring Showcase is a three-week event featuring three elite level competitions for players who participated in a Hockey Canada sanctioned program this season:

Alberta Cup (for U15 males) - April 24-28
Alberta Challenge (for U15 females) - May 1-5
Prospects Cup (for U13 males) - May 8-12

Each competition is five days in length, and features the top athletes in each region, coached and staffed by some of the most knowledgeable in the province. The event serves as development to introduce athletes and staff to short-term competition.


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ICE TIMES - EDITION 23:12

Hockey Alberta News

APPLY NOW TO JOIN FUTURE LEADERS

The 2024 Future Leaders Development Program will be held on April 19-21 in Red Deer. Future Leaders is designed to train post-secondary students in coaching hockey. Areas of focus include proper instruction, administration, leadership, technical and tactical skills in hockey.

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ICE TIMES - Edition 23:05

Hockey Alberta News
PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIPS ARE UNDERWAY

The 2022-23 hockey season all comes down to this, the Hockey Alberta Provincial Championships presented by ATB. In total, 34 Provincial Champions will be crowned over three weekends. League play will determine four champions, while 30 divisions battle it out in a tournament style format. It all starts March 23!

Provincial Championships >

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HOCKEY ALBERTA PROVINCIALS 2023 POWERED BY ATB

ATB is sharing the top tips for players, teams and families to take to the ice without breaking the bank. Tap into their Good Advice for all things financial well-being including how to teach your kids about money at every age - plus the ultimate savings, a chance to have your fees covered next hockey season.

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ICE TIMES - Edition 23:03

Hockey Alberta News
TEAM ALBERTA NORTH WINS GOLD AND SILVER AT 2023 ARCTIC WINTER GAMES

Team Alberta North won one gold and one silver medal on home ice at the 2023 Arctic Winter Games. The Junior Female team went undefeated throughout the tournament en route to a gold medal. The U15 Male team battled to the end, but fell to Team NWT 6-5, ultimately finishing with silver. The U18 Male team finished round robin as the first seed, but lost two close games in the medal round to finish fourth.

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ICE TIMES - Edition 23:02

Hockey Alberta News

IT’S YOUR GAME CONTEST - WIN TICKETS TO THE ROGERS PLACE SKY LOUNGE FOR AN EDMONTON OILERS GAME

Show your commitment to making the game more inclusive by posing for a picture with one of Hockey Alberta’s anti-maltreatment banners or posters and you’ll be entered to win tickets for your hockey team to attend the Edmonton Oilers game on February 21. The deadline to submit your photo is February 1.

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