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December 08-10, 2017 / Hockey Alberta

2018 Alberta Winter Games Regional Camps - Female


The Alberta Winter Games run February 16-19, 2018 in Fort McMurray.

Both regional camps will take place December 8-10 at the following locations (dates and locations subject to change):

North - Ray MacDonald Sports Centre (Morinville Arena)
South - Innisfail Twin Arena

ZONE CAMP REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. Please contact Mathieu Provencher at [email protected] for late registration inquiries.

Not sure of your region? Click here for the Boundary Map.

*Each camp has limited space for goaltenders*


About the Alberta Winter Games

The Alberta Winter Games is a multi-sport event for developing athletes, aged 11-17 years old. The Winter Games were first hosted in 1976 in Banff, and occur each even-numbered year. The athletes are selected to represent the eight zones in Alberta in 20 sports such as hockey, badminton, gymnastics, skiing and skating.Hockey Alberta coordinates the ice hockey portion of the Winter Games, as a core segment of its Development Program.

The Alberta Winter Games are the start of the Hockey Alberta Development Program, and run every second year, alternating with the Alberta Challenge. The Alberta Winter Games provide female bantam-aged athletes, as well as coaches, trainers and administrators an opportunity to discover the qualities of competitive hockey in a well-organized regional camp and select team competition. Female athletes born in 2003 and 2004 are eligible to compete in the 2018 Alberta Winter Games. 

Recently revamped, The Alberta Winter Games - Female Hockey begin with two regional camps, a North and a South Camp, designed to allow athletes, coaches and trainers to show their skills and receive top-level instruction and evaluation. The top 60 athletes from each regional camp (three teams per region), six coaches, three coach mentors, three trainers and three directors of operations will be selected to participate in the Alberta Winter Games.

For more information on the Alberta Winter Games, click here.


For more information, please contact Mathieu Provencher, Coordinator, Team Alberta Female

All Athletes will respect, uphold and embrace:

  • The guiding principle of "Professionalism" in that they treat all team staff members, officials, opponents, peers, administrators and all others in which they come in contact, with respect and dignity while involved in Hockey Alberta development programs
  • The principles of fair play, safety and respect towards other athletes and recognize that fighting, verbal abuse, and checking from behind will NOT be tolerated, and may jeopardize further participation in Hockey Alberta development programs
  • The spirit of competition in which athletes are expected to compete hard and fair and NEVER compromise the safety of another
  • That winning is secondary, and that having fun, improving skills, making friends and doing your best are the primary goal
  • That team staff members and officials are there to help you and will accept their decisions and show them respect
  • The rules, bylaws and regulations of Hockey Alberta, and suspensions incurred in any Hockey Alberta Development Program will carry into the club system, as per Hockey Alberta Minimum Suspension Guidelines
  • Specific rules and codes of conducts agreed upon by specific teams while involved in Hockey Alberta’s Development Programs
  • Athlete is responsible for all personal items.