Alberta Winter Games
Registration is now open for 2007-born male athletes to take part in regional selection camps for the 2020 Alberta Winter Games.
The 2020 Alberta Winter Games run February 14-17 in Airdrie.
All four male regional camps will take place December 6-8 at the following locations (dates and locations subject to change):
Calgary - East Calgary Twin Arenas
Capital - Kinsmen Twin Arena (Edmonton)
North - Vegreville Recreation Centre
South - Olds Sportsplex
Space at each regional camp is limited, and registration is on a first come, first served basis. *Each camp has limited space for goaltenders*
If you are unsure in which region you reside, or have any other questions, please contact Dustin Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org prior to registration.
The deadline to register for a male regional selection camp (subject to capacity) is Friday, November 15.
Hockey Alberta is seeking one head coach and two assistant coaches for each of the eight Alberta Winter Games regional teams.
The deadline to apply is Friday, October 4.
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 Peewee Prospects Cup. The Alberta Winter Games provide second-year Peewee 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. Male athletes born in 2007 who are registered with Hockey Alberta are eligible to compete in the 2020 Alberta Winter Games.
The Alberta Winter Games begin with four regional camps designed to allow athletes, coaches and trainers to show their skills and receive top-level instruction and evaluation. The top 40 athletes from each regional camp (two teams from each camp), six coaches, two coach mentors and two directors of operations will be selected to participate in the Alberta Winter Games.
For more information, contact Dustin Moore, Coordinator, Team Alberta