The Female Bantam Prospects program has been developed to provide a competitive skill development program for graduating second year Peewee’s and graduating first year Bantams. Modeled after the current male Directors Cup this program is designed as an introduction into the Hockey Manitoba U-18 Program of Excellence. The mission of this program is to introduce prospective U-18 players to the concepts and skills required to play at the National level before their entrance into the Program of Excellence.
Registration for the Female Bantam Prospects program will open February 16, 2016. Deadline to register is March 11, 2016. Price to register for tryouts is $20.00 per player.
The 2017-2018 Season is just around the corner and our Female program is gearing up for their first event of the Season. Skate and Educate sessions are being held once again this year at the MTS Iceplex. Sessions on August 25th have already filled up and space in the August 27th sessions is limited. This event is FREE of charge and the only requirement is that the girls wear full equipment on ice. To register, please email email@example.com with your daughter’s name, address, home community club, phone number and Date of Birth.
View the Skate and Educate poster here: Click Here
The APHA Rangers Organization are currently accepting applications for head coaches and assistant coaches for their AA male and female programs. Applicants can contact Dennis Sierhuis by phone at: 204-795-7599 or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lord Selkirk/Seven Oaks AA Rebels Hockey program are currently accepting applications for Head Coach and Assistant coaches for the upcoming 2015-2016 AA Male Season. Applicant’s can send their Hockey Resume to Attn: Rebels Coach Development: email@example.com. Applicant must also complete an application which can be found on our website: www.rebelsaahockey.ca. Deadline for applications is April 27th, 2015.
The River East Marauders are currently accepting applications for head coaches and assistants for the AA program for 2015-16 season. Applicants must complete the application form posted on the River East web site at www.remha.ca . Particulars of certification & Police Check etc. is posted on the site.
Deadline for applications is April 24, 2015. Please submit to Guy Burr as noted on the REMHA web site.
The Winnipeg East Female Hockey program (SBMHA) is currently accepting applications for Head Coach and Assistant Coaches for all AA ages for the upcoming 2015-2016 season. Applicants can send their Hockey Resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for applications is April 30, 2015.
St. Vital Minor Hockey Association is currently looking for dedicated, hardworking and experienced volunteer coaches for the upcoming 2015-2016 Hockey Season for the Victorias AA program (5 male and 3 female teams). Please go to http://stvitalhockey.ca/ to complete the online application or send your resume or questions via email to email@example.com.
Alanna Sharman, who spent the last three seasons with the Winnipeg Avros of the MFMHL, is having a great rookie season with the U of M Bisons. Sharman currently ranks 1st in Points with 17 goals (3rdoverall) and 23 assists (2nd overall) and could very well be on her way to capturing the Canada West Women’s Hockey scoring title. Hockey Winnipeg is proud to recognize the accomplishments of Alanna and wish her and the Women’s Bison team (including other former Hockey Winnipeg members: Alexandra Anderson, Nicole Carswell, Erin Kucheravy, Amanda Schubert, Nicole McGlenen and Maggie Litchfield-Medd) all the best in their journey to the Championship.
The U of M Bisons finished third in Canada West with a 19-7-2 record and play Game 1 of the best-of-three series versus the Regina Cougars, Friday night at 7 o’clock at Wayne Fleming Arena on the U of M campus.
This year’s 2015 Timbits Hockey Jamboree is taking place Saturday, March 7th at the MTS Iceplex. Registration is open until January 26th so make sure you register your team before that date! Click here to register.
Tim Hortons is also pleased to partner to partner once again with the Winnipeg Jets for their Timbits Hockey/Ringette on ice promotion for 16 home games. This promotion provides Timbits Hockey and Ringette players (aged 4-6) the opportunity of a lifetime to experience playing hockey in front of an NHL crowd at the MTS Centre. Twelve Timbits hockey teams and four ringette teams will be randomly selected to play during the intermission of a 2014/2015 Winnipeg Jets home game. Winnipeg Tim Hortons restaurant owners are proud to support close to 2,000 boys and girls playing Timbits Hockey and Ringette. To enter into the Timbits Hockey/Ringette promotion click here to enter your team and for further details visit www.winnipegjets.com/timbits. Please note only one registration is required per team. Only teams selected will be contacted.
If you have any questions please contact Vanessa Marmelic, Regional Marketing Coordinator at Tim Hortons at Vanessa@timhortons.com
St. Mary’s Academy Flames Prep vs. Winnipeg Avros hit the ice on October 18, 2014
WINNIPEG, MB – The St. Mary’s Academy Flames Prep team face off against the Winnipeg Avros at the 2nd annual Female Hockey
Fights Cancer (FHFC) game in support of CancerCare Manitoba. Game time is 2:30 p.m. on October 18, 2014 at the Selkirk
Recreation Complex, 200 Eaton Avenue, Selkirk, MB.
Both of these top Manitoba teams have players that are sought after in University programs around North America. All four of the
grade 12 girls on the Flames Prep team have already been scouted and signed to leading Universities upon their graduation in 2015.
Team Captain Meike Meilleur has committed to Penn State, Forward Christian Higham is off to Cornell, Kate Mackenzie (Defence) &
Randi Marcon (Forward) are both committed to Quinnipiac University.
Game organizers Dennis Park and his wife Melanie are passionate about both minor hockey and the fight against cancer. Dennis says
“Manitobans love hockey and this game is an opportunity for people to do something good for the community while enjoying a top
level minor hockey game.” Dennis goes onto say “Anyone that has not seen girls play at this tier need to come out and watch, the
finesse and speed of these players is really something amazing.”
Last year’s FHFC game raised over $17,000 for the CancerCare Manitoba Foundation and game organizers hope to top that number
this year. CancerCare Manitoba Foundation Events Manager Kate Gameiro says, “Events such as this are beneficial to CancerCare
Manitoba Foundation because of the direct support of individuals and companies in the community. We greatly appreciate the
St. Mary’s Academy President, Connie Yunyk says, “At St. Mary’s Academy our mission is to form young women in spirit, mind and
body; this hockey game encapsulates two very important elements – sport and service. We are delighted to be a part of this
worthwhile cause and we look forward to watching a terrific hockey game.”
Individual tickets are $5.00. Available at St. Mary’s Academy, from each team member of the Flames and Avros and from Dennis and
Melanie Park: firstname.lastname@example.org. People can also help out by donating new or gently used hockey equipment at the game. All
equipment donors will be entered for a chance to win great prizes.
The FHFC game is an initiative of Hockey Winnipeg. Don McIntosh, Hockey Winnipeg’s President states that “We believe that all
game participants will, unfortunately, be touched at some time in their life through a family member or friend with a cancer
diagnosis. The education and experience these players will gain through their contribution to the FHFC game both on and off the ice
is important to their personal development.”
The St. Mary’s Academy Flames Prep team is a Hockey Canada accredited Sport School team. The Winnipeg Avros play in the
Manitoba Female Midget Hockey League.
For all media inquiries, and accreditation passes to the game, please contact SMA Communications Coordinator Gina Borkofski at
email@example.com, 204‐478‐6046 (office) or 204‐479‐1766 (cell).
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