Ottawa 67’s Minors AAA

Welcome to the Ottawa 67’s Minors AAA Summer Hockey

Bienvenue au hockey d’été des Ottawa 67 Minors AAA

We are Ottawa’s largest Summer AAA hockey association. We conduct a spring tournament with teams from the USA, East Coast, and Northern Ontario. This year is our 38th year and we thank you for your support.

Nous sommes la plus grande association du hockey d’été. Nous organisons un tournoi de printemps dans  la région d’Ottawa reçevant des équipes des États-Unis, du Québec, Maritimes et du nord d’Ontario. Ceci est notre 38ième année et nous vous remercions de vôtre support.

Currently looking for coaches at all levels for the 2020 spring season!

Tournament Registration is now open!

Please visit our News section for all the latest team and tournament updates

SVP visitez notre page Nouvelle pour toutes nouvelles informations de tournoi et d’équipe


Spring hockey tournament team program to help further develop players once their winter team season is complete. South Coast Generals is a spring hockey program which allows players the opportunity to develop their hockey skills, game strategies, and athletic training beyond the regular season. The program focuses on aspects of the game that are not always achievable in the regular season. We provide both on and off ice training for our players. We also focus on each player individually to make sure that by the end of the program they have advanced in their overall game.

Our team plays in multiple spring tournaments which are not used to measure the team’s success but rather as a building tool to develop the team and individual player’s hockey skills. We also focus on the aspect of keeping the game of hockey fun, challenging, and rewarding for our athlete. There is nothing more gratifying than seeing a smile on a young athlete’s face because of the satisfaction they have of knowing that they have become a better player and have had fun doing it!!

The South Coast Generals is a spring hockey program which allows players the opportunity to develop their hockey skills, game strategies, and athletic training beyond the regular season. The program focuses on aspects of the game that are not always achievable in the regular season. We provide both on and off ice training for our players. We also focus on each player individually to make sure that by the end of the program they have advanced in their overall game.

Our team plays in multiple spring tournaments which are not used to measure the team’s success but rather as a building tool to develop the team and individual player’s hockey skills. We also focus on the aspect of keeping the game of hockey fun, challenging, and rewarding for our athlete. There is nothing more gratifying than seeing a smile on a young athlete’s face because of the satisfaction they have of knowing that they have become a better player and have had fun doing it!!

I know it seems crazy to be thinking about Spring hockey already but just a heads up to mark these dates down on your calendar if your interested in trying out for our South Coast Generals teams this year (tryouts start in less than 3 months). Also note we will be building girls teams this year to add to our lineup, feel free to spread the word.


Mission Statemen

The objective of the Eastern Elite Spring Hockey programs is to provide the opportunity for hockey players, male and female, to progress to the next level of play.

We accomplish all of this by bringing together a group of like-minded players, coaches competing in local and International tournaments. Players networking, making new friends and wanting to be part of the fastest growing new Elite spring program around.

Our Vision

To develop team building and bonding, and to have your athlete train in a “New” sports environment. Our non-parent coaches are some of the best with extensive hockey backgrounds that include current coaches, trainers, scouts, and current/former OHL, NCAA, CIS & professional players, all working together to teaching your athletes at the Elite level.


Our Vision

The 2009 Jr Blues philosophy is to develop and grow hockey skills, knowledge and enjoyment of the game of hockey.

  • Have the players play for fun, not play out of fear
    • We use a positive coaching strategy that allows the players to learn from their mistakes and feel a sense of accomplishment
    • Kids will not be singled out or punished for their mistakes
    • Encourage kids to try new things on the ice regardless if they are successful
  • Long Term Skill Development
    • Provide an environment for the players to learn skills at a high level of play that they will be able to use short term and long term
    • Equip the player with the skills necessary to have the decision to play competitive hockey at a higher level at an older age
    • Teach the value of hard work, discipline and self control
  • Team and life skills
    • Teach the players what it means to be a good teammate and be proud of being a part of a team
    • Participate in community events to show the players what is means to give back to the community
    • 2018 Food Bank Collection Initiative currently being planned
    • Continue to be a proud participant in the Run for Mandi event


The Burnaby Jr. Islanders

In September of 2017, with support from the New York Islanders as part of their Amateur Youth Development program, the Burnaby Junior Islanders Program was born. For the 2018 Spring Season, we will introduce an AAA 2007 year team, with plans to expand to other age groups in late 2018.

The Burnaby Junior Islanders will be based out of Burnaby, British Columbia, and train primarily out of the Burnaby Winter ClubPlanet Ice Coquitlam, Britannia Arena in Vancouver, and Excellent Ice in Surrey, BC.

The focus of this program will be on youth skills development, fitness, competitiveness, sportsmanship, and camaraderie. The teams will have the opportunity to practice and play starting in April through the end of May 2018, competing in 2 Lower Mainland Tournaments, as well as having the opportunity to play in a travel tournament. We will then participate in at least 2 tournaments during the summer.

Preparations have started, and we plan to start to skate and train together on a bi-monthly basis in preparation for next year’s season.

For more information about our program, or about how your child may participate, contact us!


The Bruce County Kings were established in 2017, with a desire to build on the benefits of spring hockey while maintaining the camaraderie of our local minor hockey associations – Kincardine Minor Hockey Association, Ripley Minor Hockey, Saugeen Shores Minor Hockey, Shallow Lake Minor Hockey, Goderich Minor Hockey, Blyth Brussels Minor Hockey,  Hanover Minor Hockey, and Howick Minor Hockey. The kids compete at the pinnacle of their abilities thereby maximizing the competition, teamwork, development and overall enjoyment of the game; all within the comfort of rural Ontario.



Arsenal Black team win Pro Hockey Shootout U18 Tournament

May 14, 2018


The Arsenal U18 Black team won the Championship at the Bauer Pro Hockey Shootout, on Sunday May 13 at Chesswood Arena in Toronto.

Goals by Cameron Bauer and Matais Salem in the Shootout (which followed a 5 minute 3 on 3 OT) clinched the victory for the Arsenal team, who defeated the Seneteurs team from Quebec.

In the Semifinal, Arsenal black defeated the Warriors Selects team, also via shootout, also on a shootout goal by Cameron Bauer.

An exciting set of games from the Arsenal Black team, who spread the offence around and were led in the crease by goalie Jet Greaves.


The Abbotsford Junior Pilots program grew out of love for hockey and our desire to develop a first-class, winning culture that will deliver long-lasting positive experiences to our players.

The program was established to give local kids a place to play competitive Spring hockey without having to travel outside our community.

The program offers players the opportunity to develop their skills, grow as a team and as an individual players. While player development is at the forefront of what we do, the character and sportsmanship our players demonstrate both on and off the ice is a critical part of what is taught and expected from all our participants.

The Abbotsford Junior Pilots recognize that Spring hockey is becoming more popular and is a short and often intense season, however, we pride ourselves on a program that will provide a positive hockey experience – focusing on individual skill development, team concepts and sportsmanship – while instilling a love of the game.


For more information please contact Bryce at or 780-999-3253.

The 2011 Junior Eagles organization is committed to bringing together a select group of 2011 born hockey players to compete at the highest level for their age group. The Junior Eagles organization has a track record of developing their young players both on and off the ice with strong core values that help these young athletes develop personally and athletically.

The coaches are focused on personal skill development to the best of each player’s ability while starting to implement and teach the team game. The team takes a multi-year approach with an emphasis on long term development rather than short term success.  If you are looking for an opportunity to play spring hockey please get in touch with us, we would love to hear from you.

The program will evolve as the players grow and develop. This includes increasing the number of practices, modifications to dryland, adding length to the spring season and attending additional tournaments.


The Vancouver Selects Organization is a High Performance Program designed to help kids reach their maximum potential in the game of hockey. We provide an opportunity for elite players to develop their skills at the highest level of competition or their particular age group. The Vancouver Selects program will provide quality coaching that promotes personal and team growth. We will push you to be the best player you  can be and present opportunities to play with and against the best players locally, provincially, nationally and internationally. The Vancouver Selects Program is British Columbia’s most prestigious and successful youth spring hockey programs.




Welcome to the Home of the Manitoba AAA Hawks!

The Manitoba Hawks organization is dedicated to providing Manitoba’s elite hockey players with an opportunity to advance their hockey skills in a competitive and positive atmosphere during the spring months. The Manitoba Hawks strive in providing exceptional coaching to allow players to develop to the best of their ability.

The Manitoba Hawks were founded in 2011 and is currently the fastest growing spring organization in Manitoba. Our organization currently offers kids born between 2002-2012 an opportunity to play at an elite level of hockey and due to the overwhelming support we have received from parents interested in having their children join our organization, we are excited to announce that we have expanded to three teams at some of our age groups.

We are extremely excited to work with these exceptional young hockey players to help them achieve their goals!


Ice Sharks Gearing Up for 2018 Spring Season
Submitted By Greg McNevan on Saturday, January 13, 2018

After a very successful 2017 spring season we are hoping to continue to build the Maitland Ice Sharks to be able to provide spring hockey at all levels in both boys and girls.

Many coaches and their staff are returning from last season, and at some levels we have added teams.  We are very appreciative of the non-parent coaches that came forward to lead our young athletes. These kids really love being around these young guys.  Primarily this is a group of individuals that have grown up or played hockey in Listowel, most of them for our Jr. B Cyclones.  They have all played the game at a high level and been coached by Jason Brooks, who continues to support all of the coaching staff within the Ice Shark organization.
We are still looking to put together a 2006 boys team, and a 2006/07 girls team.  If you have any interest in taking the lead in putting a group of players together please contact Greg McNevan (226)622-9105 or Warren Beisel (519) 386-9939 for details.
Our 2004 Minor Bantams will be going to Boston the first weekend in May.  They will play in a tournament and visit a couple post secondary schools in the area, where they will tour the facilities and meet with some of the hockey staff.  This a hockey experience that we would like to set up every year for our Minor Bantam age Ice Sharks. Minor Bantam will be the last year of spring hockey, and we feel this leaves them with a hockey experience that they will enjoy and remember.

Looking forward to the 2018 Spring Season!

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The Grandview Junior Hockey Association was formed August 17, 1967 after acceptance into the West Coast Junior Hockey League.  The Association was formed “to foster, improve and perpetuate a Junior Hockey Team in east Vancouver for players in that area”.

The original name of the team was Rowan’s Grandview Steelers, named after Ed Rowan, owner of Rowan Steel Ltd., who provided financial assistance to the community sponsored team.  From day one, until the 2003-2004 season, the Steelers’ home games were played on the small ice at “Trout Lake Arena” attached to the Grandview Community Centre.  The original colours adopted were black and orange.  The current colours black and gold were adopted in the 1980-1981 season.  They were the colours of that era’s Grandview Minor Hockey Association.  Over many years, the largest percentage of Steelers players came from the Grandview Minor Hockey Association.

Over time, the club found if difficult to remain a contender due to its mandate which was to take players primarily from Grandview while other clubs searched far and wide even to the extent of reaching out of province.  There was also the difficulty of increasing operational costs within an era of Jr. B clubs trying to operate more on a Jr. A level while the rink the Steelers were mandated to play in did not accommodate enough fans to help pay the bills.

Louis and Yvonne Szendrei took over the running of the club when in 1980-1981; Louis became President/Governor of the Grandview Steelers.  Prior to that, Louis was President of the Grandview Minor Hockey Association.  Since that time, Louis has noted the foregoing difficulties but despite them, has enjoyed numerous successes that include going all the way.  The Steelers were the 1993-1994 Provincial Champions.  The Steelers, under the current coach, Aldo Bruno were the 1999-2000 Provincial Finalists having achieved 2nd place and Aldo was name Coach of the Year that season.

Recognizing that within current times, the Steelers had outgrown Trout Lake, Louis Szendrei moved the team to Britannia Community Centre.  The larger ice and much improved fan accommodation improved the spirits of the fans and players.  Over time, players would be more eager to come and try out for the Steelers, who it is understood have always had management with a player concern attitude and the best of coaching.

Starting the 2007-2008 season the Steelers changed hands from Louis and Yvonne Szendrei to Mike and Sandy Moscone and Aldo Bruno.  Louis and Yvonne have stayed on as Governor and Alternating Governor, respectively.  After many glorious years of exciting hockey in Vancouver East at the Trout Lake and Britannia Arenas, not only did the 2007-2008 season bring new owners but it also brought a permanent change of venue to the Burnaby Winter Club.

The 2007-2008 season would see the Steelers struggle at the beginning but become victorious at the end with the winning of the League Championship (PIJHL) over the ever persistent Abbotsford Pilots.  The Steelers arrived in Kimberley and walked away with the Provincial Championship (Cyclone Taylor Cup).  The next stop in an already incredible year would be Selkirk, Manitoba for the Western Canadian Finals or Keystone Cup.  The Steelers came home with the Bronze.

Now the start of the 2008-2009 Season is upon us, new season, new team members, but as always




Welcome to Falcon Hockey Group

The mission of Falcon Hockey Group is to help young hockey players throughout the world to realize their full potential.  Under the guidance of Brett Punchard and Adam Lamarre, each camper will come away with a greater understanding of the game of hockey.  Falcon Hockey provides detailed and organized hockey programs that serve players of all abilities.  The Falcon Hockey Group strives to provide a positive, competitive environment with an emphasis on teaching the fundamentals of the game of hockey.  Sportsmanship, teamwork, and safety are stressed in all our programs.




The Foothills Elite program began in 1994 with one team of players born in 1984 and grew to teams of all ages over the years. Many players have had an opportunity to develop at a higher level of competition and graduated to levels of hockey including, Junior A, NCAA, Semi-Pro and of course the NHL. check out the Hall of Fame to see some of our drafted alumni.



Female and Male players with birth years as below:

MALE BORN 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004

FEMALE BORN 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002


Foothills Elite teams have access to large numbers of tournaments in Canada and the US and our program will help each team with registration in any tournaments that may fit for each team. Tournament fees are extra.


Ice times begin March 2020  thru to June 2020, weekends.

1.5-hour full sheet practices

There will be no ice times on May long weekend.

Ice times will be in Airdrie unless otherwise stated.

A reasonable level of commitment is expected from all players.


The Elite organization carries full liability insurance for its players and coaches during practice and games.


The Foothills Elite organization will supply jerseys, and socks for each player to keep.

Apparel will be available for purchase on order sheets supplied; e.g. tracksuits, hats, etc.



Participation in other AAA spring/summer hockey programs is not permitted once a commitment has been made to the Foothills Elite.

Any player or parent behaviour which is inconsistent with the fair play, sportsmanship, and team support philosophies of the Foothills Elite organization may result in the expulsion of that player from the program.




POWER HOCKEY DEVELOPMENT will be available to run camps that are specifically designed and structured for each team. We will address the team’s specific weaknesses and needs. We are experiencing a growing demand for this program and highly recommend it to all coaches of all levels, whether it pertains to individual skills, team tactics, conditioning, etc.

POWER HOCKEY DEVELOPMENT’S team training camp is sure to give your team a head start!

These camps are offered year-round at the team’s convenience.

POWER HOCKEY DEVELOPMENT Summer Hockey teams have seen its share of players move onto the NHL, AHL, OHL, NCAA and Junior A programs. Our Power Hockey summer programs are overseen by long-time OHL and Pro Coach MR. JASON NOBILI.

The main emphasis in our program is to improve and develop each player’s overall skill level, their understanding of the game and stress the importance of game and season conditioning. See our Alumni list for some of the players that have worn a Power Hockey Jersey at one point in their hockey development journey.




The Pacific North West Elite mandate is to find and develop young athletes of the highest caliber.

The players are chosen based on ability, character, integrity, worth ethic and commitment.

The Elite player must be a dedicated team member who is both coachable and highly competitive.  Parents also play an important role in this process.



Player Development is our primary objective.  The Pacific North-West Elite Club focuses on the detail of the individual skills players need to develop in order to excel to their maximum potential.   Excellent demonstration and detailed explanations are a top priority in teaching these elite athletes.  Our program believes 80% skill and 20% system is the key to individual and team success.

Our goal is to not just develop our team into great hockey players but also through hard work, dedication and practice we will develop strong people on and off the ice.



The PNW Hockey club is very pleased to present the most advanced Rep Prep skills camp in the Okanagan.

The 6.5 to 7.5 hours of on-ice instruction will be centered on enhancing each player’s individual skills such as edge work, stick handling, skating in tight areas, foot speed, shooting, deking and much more.

The skill enhancement is based on using proven NCAA/Pro Hockey training techniques, psychology, experience and excellent instruction brought to the ice by Clay Simmons.


Each Spring and Summer, Overtime Hockey Company (OHC) offers programs in Peterborough, Kingston, Cobourg and Lindsay, Ontario. Our Spring programs begin in early April and extend through to mid-July. Our players range from HL to AAA and come from all over Central and Eastern Ontario. OHC offers many programs ranging from Weekly Skills sessions, Power Skating, Goalie Clinics, Youth leagues, Tournaments, Semi and Private instruction and the most up to date instruction you can find. We are proud to say that we have a program for any player or skill level and our professional approach is what keeps our kids coming back!!






“Champions do not become champions when they win the event, but in the hours,
weeks, months and years they spend preparing for it. The victorious performance
itself is merely the demonstration of their championship character.”
-T Alan Armstrong.

Thrive was founded in March 2007 with the vision to make available to all skating athletes within Central Alberta the opportunity to become better players, reaching their full potential in sport and citizenship.

Thrive instructors have the technical knowledge, education and practical playing and coaching experiences that guarantee players individual development.

We believe in individuality. Everyone is unique and therefore requires a program that works for them. Our small group & individual training guarantees special individual attention to each player’s needs. Thereby maximizing the development potential of each Thrive athlete.

We are committed to helping thrive athletes achieve success as they gain skills on their climb up the performance ladder. We know the skills they learn on the ice will be translated into their lives outside of the rink. It is our goal to help them become victors in life by building their championship character.