The University of Manitoba Bisons are excited to offer our 3rd annual Junior Bison High Performance Camps.

These camps are geared towards athletes looking to further their athletic skill development in an intense and challenging environment.

All camps will be led by University of Manitoba Head Coaches, assistant coaches, current and former Bison athletes.

Each camp is comprised of on ice instruction, skills, drills and scrimmages and sport science sessions. Sport science sessions will include strength and conditioning, nutrition and mental preparation modules. 

**The athletes will be grouped according to age and skill level. Previous sport specific experience at the school, community or youth organization level is required** 

Junior Bison High Performance Girls Hockey-Ages 9-12

August 17-21, 2015
On Ice:  5:45-7:00pm
Off Ice:  7:15-8:15pm
$275 per player
Wayne Fleming Arena @ University of Manitoba Max Bell Centre

Junior Bison High Performance Girls Hockey-Ages 13-16

August 17-21, 2015
On Ice:  7:15-8:30pm
Off Ice:  8:45-9:45pm
$275 per player
Wayne Fleming Arena @ University of Manitoba Max Bell Centre


Registration for all camps is online only and is NOW OPEN!

*PLEASE NOTE: We reserve the right to re-direct your registration to a more suitable camp should the coaching staff determine that the athletes skill level is not at the level required. 

For ALL registration and/or program questions or inquiries please contact:


Junior Bisons
University of Manitoba
121 Frank Kennedy Centre

AA All-Star Game

AA Hockey

AA All Star Day – Saturday January 24th at the Selkirk Rec Complex

Minor PeeWee – 11:00 AM
PeeWee – 1:00 PM
Minor Bantam – 3:00 PM
Bantam – 5:00 PM
Midget 7:00 PM

Post expires at 12:31am on Saturday January 17th, 2015

WRHA Research Project


The WRHA has a team leading a research project about young adults’ sexual health and wellbeing.

They are recruiting Winnipeg-based young people (ages 16-24) to complete an online survey. They would like Hockey Winnipeg’s help us to reach a wide population of young men (Midgets and Juveniles, specifically).

For more info about the kinds of questions being asked, here is a link to the survey:

We know Hockey Winnipeg is invested in the health and well-being of its players – as demonstrated by the willingness to address, prevent, and respond to contact injuries, like concussions. They are enthusiastic about the idea of working with Hockey Winnipeg to promote this survey (e.g., via social media, webpage, opportunities to distribute information at local games, etc.).

This project was ethically reviewed and approved by the University of Manitoba Health Research Ethics Board, the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority Research Access and Approval Committee, and the Red River College Research Ethics Board.