Monday, August 16 Female U18 AAA Tryouts Cancelled

Unfortunately, due to the extreme heat over the last few days and what is forecasted for today, tonight’s (Monday, August 16) Female U18 AAA tryouts at the Bell MTS Iceplex have been cancelled. Hockey Winnipeg is currently communicating with the Iceplex to determine when these ice times will be rescheduled and if tomorrow’s (Tuesday, August 17) tryout ice times will take place. All registered participants will be notified with further details as soon as possible. We are very sorry for the inconvenience.

2021/22 Female U18 AAA Tryout Registration – NOW OPEN

Hockey Winnipeg will be hosting the Female U18 AAA Tryouts for the 2021/2022 season. The tryouts will be for both the Winnipeg Avros and the Winnipeg Ice teams. The teams will be formed in a fair and equitable manner utilizing the same system as last year.

The tryouts are set to take place at the Bell MTS Iceplex starting in mid-August. All tryout sessions will be held on weekday evenings to ensure that Saturdays and Sundays will be free for travel or other activities.

Online registration will be open until the end of July. Tryout groupings and skate times will be sent out in early August.


van Aggelen and Kaminsky Returning for 2021/2022 Season

Hockey Winnipeg is excited to announce that both Female U18 AAA Head Coaches will be returning to the program for the 2021/2022 season.


Ashley van Aggelen will continue to lead the Winnipeg Avros, while Eugene Kaminsky will resume his duties with the Winnipeg Ice. Both coaches are coming off of incredible seasons in 2019/2020 where the Avros and Ice were scheduled to play in the league final before the pandemic shut down those playoffs.  In a very disjointed 2020/2021 season both coaches did a great job of keeping their players prepared and engaged.  It is Hockey Winnipeg’s hope that the 2021/2022 season can be normal once again and we can’t wait to get started.


Tryouts for the Female U18AAA program are planned for August of 2021.  Please stay tuned over the coming weeks for tryout registration information and dates to be announced.

2019 Volunteer of the Year Award

Hockey Winnipeg has announced its Volunteer of the Year Award winner for 2019.

The Volunteer Recognition Awards is a new initiative from Hockey Winnipeg where we will be recognizing the great contributions of the individuals that keep hockey running in our community.  To kick-start this program, the award for Volunteer of the Year was handed out by Chris Hall, President – Hockey Winnipeg, at the Annual Meeting on Wednesday, April 24th.

For all of her commitment, dedication and hard work in advancing the Female Hockey Program here at Hockey Winnipeg, the 2019 Volunteer of the Year is Pam Campbell!

Congratulations Pam and thank you for all of your efforts!