1616 is the primary initiative of the Ladd Foundation, a Canadian registered charitable organization founded by 2-time Stanley Cup Champion, Andrew Ladd. 1616 is a FREE experiential program that is focused on mental, physical and social well-being for young hockey players and the people who support them. This virtually delivered program features story-telling from professional hockey players who teach 1616 concepts. Over the course of the season, 1616 will be a resource for parents and coaches to support the growth of their players both on and off the ice.

The 1616 season starts October 18th, so register your teams today! Deadline to register is October 16th, 2023.

Click here to register!



In partnership with Evolution Hockey, Hockey Winnipeg is pleased to offer our 2023 Coach Development program! The program is open to all Hockey Winnipeg coaches (HL, A3, A2, A1, AA, and AAA; U7-U18) and offers several non-certification clinics (both virtual and on-ice) help coaches throughout the season. All coaches who register can attend as many virtual and on-ice clinics as they would like. Registration is completely FREE.

Clinic topics (and the coaches that they are primarily designed for) include: Intro to U7 (U7 coaches), U9 Skills (U7&U9 coaches), U9 Practice Planning (U7&U9 coaches), Goaltending 1 (U9&U11 coaches), Puck Control (U11-U18 coaches), Shooting & Scoring (U11-U18 coaches), Defense Skills & Tactics (U11-U18 coaches), Forward Skills & Tactics (U11-U18 coaches), Goaltending 2 (U13-U18 coaches), Hockey Canada Network App (all coaches), The 30 Minute Coach (all coaches), Skating 1 (all coaches), and Small Area Games (all coaches).

Clinics will be held throughout the month of October. A detailed schedule of the program with the zoom links to attend the virtual clinics will be sent via email immediately after registering.

Complete the information below to register

Do you know of a female hockey player who is being kept off the ice due to financial constraints? Grindstone Award is here to help.

Check out their website for more information on their grants:


Deadline has been extended to August 31, 2023.

In partnership with Canadian Blind Hockey, Hockey Winnipeg is excited to bring 2 Try Blind Hockey events to Winnipeg on March 13th and March 16th! This is a great opportunity for any individual who is blind or partially sighted that wants to try skating or Blind Hockey. All individuals will have a chance to learn more about Blind Hockey programs, as well as Canadian Blind Hockey camps and tournaments across Canada. This event is free to attend and open to all ages that are blind or partially sighted. Equipment will be available if needed. Below are the dates & locations of the ice times:
Date: Monday, March 13th
Ice Time:6:15pm-7:15pm
Location:Hockey For All Centre
Date:Thursday, March 16th
Ice Time:6:00pm-7:00pm
Location:Hockey For All Centre
To register for the program, please fill out the link below:

Any questions regarding the event, please reach out to Luca DeMontis at lucademontis@blindicehockey.com.

Looking to be an on-ice volunteer for the Try Blind Hockey Events? Please email Janelle Forcand at grassroots@hockeywinnipeg.ca for more information.

The Winnipeg ICE are launching an auction with select game warn jerseys with the net proceeds being donated back to the Dianne Woods Memorial Player Assistance Fund

Dianne is one of the most special and influential individuals in the history of this Hockey Community.  Dianne served many volunteer roles in the minor hockey system in Winnipeg and eventually became the Executive Director of the Winnipeg Minor Hockey Association.

Dianne believed that all children should have the opportunity to play the game, regardless of their financial background so she created a financial assistance program here in Winnipeg and she also started a golf tournament to raise money for this program.

Dianne passed away in 2011 but both the financial assistance program and the golf tournament live on in her memory.  Each season the Dianne Woods Memorial Player Assistance Fund supports dozens of hockey families here in Winnipeg, allowing kids to participate in minor hockey that would otherwise not be able to afford it.


NEWS | Winnipeg ICE and Hockey Winnipeg Announce Partnership Ahead of the
2022-23 Season.
The Winnipeg ICE are pleased to announce a new partnership with Hockey Winnipeg.


ICE Hockey Winnipeg Release

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