MUST WATCH – Polar Bears Up For The Good Deeds Cup

The Assiniboine Park Polar Bears Female Peewee hockey team is in the top 10 in Canada for the Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup!

The team needs all the support it can get.  By being named as a top 10 finalist, they have already received $2,000 for their Charity – Siloam Mission.  If they can win, they will receive $100,000 all for charity!

They are the only team from Manitoba in the finals, and are the only all-female team.

You can vote for them by clicking on the link below, every view of their video counts as 1 vote. Please spread the word and have everyone you know voting for the Assiniboine Park Polar Bears!


Today is Bell Let’s Talk Day

Today, let’s talk!

For every text message*, mobile and long distance call*, Bell Let’s Talk Day video view on social media, tweet using #BellLetsTalk, use of the Bell Let’s Talk Facebook frame or Snapchat filter, Bell will donate 5¢ to Canadian mental health initiatives. Let’s work together to create a stigma-free Canada!

Mental Health affects us all! Make sure to interact as much as you can online to help raise funds and most importantly, TALK!

Games Cancelled Due To Extreme Cold

Four games scheduled for January 29, 2019 have been cancelled due to severe and extreme temperatures and the risks associated with traveling outside of the City of Winnipeg. These games will be rescheduled at a later date.


AAA All Star Day

The Winnipeg AAA All Star Weekend kicks off Thursday, January 10th with a Press Conference at 11:30am at the Canad Inns Polo Park.  All media members are invited to attend as there will be six players attending and available for comments.

The All Star Day will be held on January 12th at the Bell MTS Iceplex.  The Bantam II Divison (2005 birth year) start things off at 10:15am and they will be followed by the Bantam I (2004 birth year) and U17 Midget Prep (2002/2003 birth year) divisions.

Each Game will be preceded by a skills competition and afterwards outstanding player awards will be presented.

See you there!

Communication Flow Chart

At Hockey Winnipeg, we take the feedback and concerns of our members very seriously.  In order to best handle the communications that come our way, we wanted to remind everyone of our Communication Flow Chart.  Following this pathway will lead to the best outcomes for our Members, our Associations, our Directors and our Staff.

Thank you!


  • 1 – Parent

    Calls or emails respective Coach/Manager

  • 2 – Coach/Manager

    Calls or Emails respective Area Association Rep

    • President
  • 3 – Area Association Rep (President)

    Calls or Emails respective Hockey Winnipeg Rep

    • VP of Category
  • 4 – Hockey Winnipeg Rep (VP Category)

    Calls or Emails respective Hockey Winnipeg Executive Rep

    • VP Operations and/or
    • VP of Programs
  • 5 – Hockey Winnipeg Executive Rep (VP Operations and/or VP Programs)

    Calls or Emails Hockey Winnipeg Executive Director

  • 6 – Hockey Winnipeg Executive Director

    Calls or Emails Hockey Winnipeg President


Provincial Midget AAA Zones

With the Winnipeg Bruins joining the Thrashers and Wild in the Manitoba AAA Midget Hockey League some clarification is needed on the new Provincial Midget Zones.  The new Zones are as follows:

Winnipeg Bruins

  • St. Boniface
  • St. Vital
  • Transcona
  • River East – South of McLeod/Oakland

Winnipeg Thrashers

  • St. James-Assiniboia – Postal Codes R2Y, R3H, R3E, R2R
  • Seven Oaks
  • Lord Selkirk
  • River East – North of McLeod/Oakland

Winnipeg Wild

  • Fort Garry North
  • South Winnipeg
  • Assiniboine Park
  • St. James-Assiniboia – Postal Codes R3K, R3J, R3G, R3C