team registration

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

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.

Cancellation Policy

Training fees are based on expenses such as ice rental, equipment fees and officiating. There will be no refund for team registrations. For individual players, an administrative charge of 40$ of the total registration fee will be assessed against all refunds.
No refunds emitted on and after December 1st


We would appreciate if you chose to stay at our hotel partner:
The Holiday Inn Pointe-Claire, 6700 Trans Canada Pointe-Claire, Québec H9R 1C2
We have negotiated a competitive rate ($130 per night) and blocked out rooms for that purpose. Thank you for understanding that this is part of our partnership with the city of DDO/Pointe-Claire for the use of their facilities to host the tournament.
Hotel is located 8 minutes from the rink, in front of a shopping mall and near several restaurants. There is an indoor pool. Parking and Wifi are complimentary. Breakfast is not included.
Visit the hotel’s website


The Caroline Ouellette Girl’s Hockey Celebration does not count in the number of annual tournaments allowed per team for the season. The Celebration is an additional promotional activity offered in collaboration with Hockey Quebec.


Players participating in the Caroline Ouellette Girls Hockey Celebration must be members of Hockey Quebec or their respective provincial hockey association under Hockey Canada governance. It is possible for a player to become a member of Hockey Quebec to take part in the Celebration at a small fee to ensure that the player has proper insurance.

Governing body

The Caroline Ouellette Girl’s Hockey Celebration is governed by the rules of Hockey Canada, Hockey Quebec and its own organization.  The operating rules of the Celebration were implemented in partnership with the rule and regulations department of Hockey Quebec.


The Caroline Ouellette Girl’s Hockey Celebration is a Hockey Quebec sanctioned event.


Atom A & B

Peewee A & AA

peewee AaA


  • 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


As of 2018, we have conformed with the new regulations from Hockey Canada and held our Novice games cross ice. We strongly believe in the benefits of that structure with more players touching the puck and being involved in the play resulting to more plays at the net.

“The research clearly shows, and parents should be looking at this, that their children are more actively engaged, which means they have the puck with them a greater number of times, they have the puck on their stick for a longer period of time, they’re interacting with the other players to a greater extent. They’re having to make more decisions, they’re having to control their bodily motions. So the whole milieu of key performance indicators is raised.”

Dr. Stephen Norris, Hockey Canada

Read the related article

Watch a video on the study conducted by USA Hockey

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

Peewee AAA

  • 3 games

  • 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 2019.