Click on any of the
high-lighted teams on the column to the left to see how
many teams are in that division this season, and who the
head coach will be.
Program is designed for players between the ages of
5 to 8, and is based on Hockey Canada's Initiation/Novice
Program to make children's first contact with hockey a
safe and positive experience. It's a structured, learn
to play hockey program designed to introduce beginners
to the game's basic skills. It enables participants to
become contributing members of a team effort, develop
self-confidence, and experience a sense of personal
achievement. These goals are achieved in an atmosphere
of fun and fair play.
Program (formerly "House") for players between the ages of 9 to
20, stresses fun hockey and fitness, skill development
and teamwork. Teams in this program include Atom, Pee Wee, Bantam, Midget and Juvenile.
An Atom Development Program (formerly Senior Atom
Program) exists to develop players and coaches and
provide for an intermediate step into the Competitive
Program (Rep), beginning with Pee Wee Rep. Atom
Development itself is not Rep hockey and players are not
carded. There is no "body checking" in the House
Program in our Association.
Program ("Rep") for players between the ages of 11 to
17, provides opportunities for players who have special
talents. This program gives these players the
opportunity to develop to their fullest potential in a
safe, positive and fun environment. The Rep
Program includes "body checking".
subscribes to the Hockey Canada and British Columbia
Amateur Hockey Association Integrated Hockey Policies,
and therefore all of our teams are based on integrated
registration (male & female), unless indicated as
"Female", which means for female players only.
Female players are allowed to register on both a
female-only team and an integrated team if they so
choose, and providing they are selected following
tryouts for Rep teams, however they are required to pay
for registration on both teams if they so do register.
Please note that
the actual number of teams in a division is dependant
upon the number of players registered in that division,
minimum and maximum player requirements as set out in
our Association's Policy manual, and the availability of
ice times. Therefore, some teams indicated
to the left may not be available each season.