Hockey Camps

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Our mission is to provide an environment where hockey players of all levels repetitively work on individual technical and tactical skills while enjoying the process. We welcome players of all caliber with experience in the sport of at least one season

Elite players will have the opportunity to experience a high level of on and off-ice training. The emphasis will be on fast paced practices that will push players to execute basic and important hockey skills at a high tempo with the ultimate goal to improve and to transition players to the next level.

Our strategic plan will develop in a progressive manner the fundamentals aptitudes related to hockey and will contribute to the personal development of the players into better athletes.


Past Coaches include Olympians Charline Labonté, Marie-Philip Poulin, Lauriane Rougeau, Kim St-Pierre, Geneviève Lacasse, Catherine Ward and France St-Louis and several members of the CWHL Montreal Stars.

Curriculum of our hockey programs

On-Ice training: Skating Technique – Over Speed Skating & Agility – Transition Skating – Stick Handling, Puck Control & Protection – Shooting & Passing – Position Specific Work – Game Simulations – Goalie specific drills with goalie coach

Off-ice training: Speed – Plyometrics (Power)- Agility – Upper and Lower Body Strength – Interval Training

In class sessions: Presentation by our Olympians on the various opportunities in hockey. We will share on our Olympic journey, college recruiting, training, nutrition and sport psychology. Motivational videos, photo and autograph sessions.

Montreal Hockey Camps

29-30-31 July, 2016
Elite Camp – 8 to 11 August, 2016

Quebec City Hockey Camps

2-3 July 2016

Adult Hockey Camps

2-3 July 2016
30-31 July 2016

New Brunswick Hockey Camps

23 to 25 August, 2016
26 to 28 August, 2016

Newfoundland Hockey Camps

September 2016
Dates to be confirmed.

As a mom of two young girls, it can sometimes be hard to find positive female role models in a society of instant access to all forms of media. Hockey has provided them with the chance to be around strong, determined young women who are not afraid to be active and engaged and determined. And when they get the chance to meet and be taught by such inspirational and accomplished females like yourself and your fellow coaches, it is more than a dream come true… I hope that you all realize just how much of an impact you are having on today’s girls and that they are so very lucky to have you all as examples of how they too can be the best. Thank you for coming to NL, and we hope to see you again soon, know that your influence will be felt for a long time!

Melanie Parsons

Mother of two players, Newfoundland Camp

I wanted to extend my appreciation to you and your team. This is by far the most fun Lauren has ever had at a hockey camp. You guys are exceptional athletes and more importantly, people. Lauren loves the game of hockey and now has a heightened appreciation of what is possible with hard work and dedication.

You are a true role model.
Thanks again for this exceptional opportunity.

Andrew Fisher

Father of a player

I am sending along my sincere thanks for making this past weekend’s hockey camp a huge success! The work and dedication yourself & your other teammates completed in order to host this event should be commended.
The on-ice skills development & off ice training were both fantastic. What a great opportunity for many of the talented young girls of our province to be on the ice with our countries finest! Memories which will last a lifetime for sure. The camp showed them new drills & how to enhance their skills- but most of all it also showed them how to have fun while doing so.

The conference sessions conducted by yourself & Julie highlighted such powerful key messages- dedication, academics, being true to one’s self, being a team player, being positive- all things which I try to develop & foster in my 9 year old every day!
Again, thanks for the great camp & we really hope you will return to our province another time.

Danielle Seymour

Mother of a player