Caroline ouellette girls hockey celebration
December 19 to 22, 2019
Start of activities per division:
• Novice: Late Afternoon of December 20
• Atome A & B: Afternoon of December 20
• Peewee A & AA: Morning of December 20
• Peewee AAA: Afternoon of December 19th
* Local teams might play after 4pm of December 19th
To offer young girls ages 5 to 12 the opportunity to participate in an all girl’s hockey tournament with fun and competitive games.
With our showcase game and pictures and autograph sessions, we want to connect the Future Stars of hockey with the Current Stars of our Game and give them the opportunity to meet successful role models in sports and academics that represent our Olympians and members of Les Canadiennes de Montréal.
We will host a Try Hockey session at no cost for 4 to 15 years old girls that wish to start playing hockey. Full hockey equipment rental available.
We hope that the Girls Hockey Celebration will help foster the love for hockey while contributing to the personal development of our young athletes.
The Girls Hockey Celebration is a not for profit organization created in 2014 by Olympian Caroline Ouellette to promote and develop female hockey.
Olympians Caroline Ouellette, Marie-Philip Poulin, Lauriane Rougeau, Charline Labonté, Kim St-Pierre, Mélodie Daoust, France St-Louis, Catherine Ward, Noémie Marin and Julie Chu have been part of the Celebration in our previous editions.
We offer each team
• Competitive games in a tournament format.
• Autograph/picture sessions with our Olympians / Les Canadiennes de Montreal players.
• Showcase game with the CWHL Montreal Les Canadiennes de Montréal.
We accept team registrations as well as individual player registration.
With our individual player registrations, we will place players in the appropriate division based on their current level. We will form teams and assign coaches to each team.
Players must be registered with Hockey Canada to take part in the Celebration. It is possible to register your daughter for this event only. Write us at to do so.
Please make sure to carefully read the details pertaining to each division.
- 3 games
- 1 final game for the two best teams
- 1 on-ice skill development session with our coaches from the CWHL Montreal Les Canadiennes & USport teams
- 1 on-ice goalie development session for the goaltenders
Atom A & B
Peewee A & AA
- 2 games
- Semi-finals for the 4 best teams*
- 1 final for the two best teams
- 1 on-ice goalie development session for the goaltenders.
* Format for 5 teams and more per division.
If 4 teams are registered: 3 games + 1 final
Semi-finals for the 4 best teams
1 final for the two best teams
1 on-ice goalie development session for the goaltenders.
All Star game to Showcase the best 34 best players from the Peewee AAA division
Selection of the best 19 players in the Etoile team that will participate in the prestigious Quebec Peewee Tournament in February 2020.
Offers to girls between 4 and 15 to try hockey for free
Full equipment can be provided if needed
The celebration in numbers
Over its 5 editions, the Caroline Ouellette Girls Hockey Celebration has hosted
Countdown to puck drop
I wanted to write while the girls are still so excited from the weekend. I can’t tell you how important this event was for them.
Today you presented a Player of the Game award to Toby, and I think it was the proudest moment in her life. She is so inspired by you and your teammates, and I think for the rst time, she feels lucky to be a girl in hockey and no longer jealous of the boys with NHL dreams.
This weekend I saw her play with more intensity than in all her years playing with boys, and I’m sure it’s because of the very special atmosphere. You are giving these girls such a fantastic opportunity. Congratulations on an amazing event!
(Also, I should mention that as a parent, I so appreciated your message about getting good grades in school!)
My younger daughter participated in the try hockey program and my older daughter competed in the hockey festival. She is a goalie on the pee wee A team for the Canadienne de Montréal.
I would like to thank you and the many people who helped organized the hock- ey weekend. It was a fantastic experience. I would also like to thank you for taking the initiative to both put the spotlight on girls hockey and contribute to the development of girls hockey in Quebec.
You and the other women on the Montreal Stars who participated in the week- end provided such great mentorship to the girls. It is quite inspirational.