News and Announcements
Our MIdget A1 Coach and Bronze Winner of the BC Hockey Championships is running our first ever 10 week Spring Development Program.
Coach Polzin will be running a 10 week spring program focussing on specific targeted areas of play – BASA balance, acquisition, stability and agility. There will also be work on strengthening the connection between hand and brain resulting in increased hand speed and more effective stick handling. Total investment per player $275.00
SPACE IS LIMITED AND WILL NOT BE EXPANDED SO REGISTER NOW
10 spaces for Bantam A/ Midget A (based on 2016-2017 season)
10 spaces for Peewee A (based on 2016-2017 season)
The document CMHA Spring Development was attached to this post.
CMHA Pro D Day Development Camp
PRO D DAY DEVELOPMENT SESSIONS – Friday, November 20, 2015
Limited Space – Register asap
HOCKEY 3 & HOCKEY 4 SESSIONS
Instructors – CHRIS SHAW and CHRIS PRICE
Players will be broken into groups of forward and defense, working separately with coaches
Price and Shaw. Players will move into battle and compete at the latter part of the session.
Atom ice sessions will be held with MISCHA POLZIN and DERRY MENARD with CHRIS PRICE for
Players will meet in Dressing Room 1 and be ready to go in their dryland gear by 8:30am. Players
will have dryland session with Chris Price in and around the MAIN rink. Players will return to the
dressing room by 9:30am, where they should have a small snack (not included) and begin getting
dressed for their on-ice session
DRYLAND – MAIN Rink 8:45AM-9:30am
Break – 9:30am-10:15am Dressed and snack
ICE – Skating, Shooting and Stick Control 10:15am-1145am
Pro D Day Goalie Clinics for Atom & Peewee Goalies
CMHA PRO-D CLINICS GOALIE CLINIC with Joey Ali
September 25, 2015 – Rec Rink 10:30am-11:45am Atom & Peewee $30 – SOLD OUT
Rec Rink 9:15am-1015am – Space still available.
1 hour clinics will run with a max of a 1:4 ratio
Please click here to register:
We are very pleased to announce the addition of Jessie Leung to our evaluation team. Jessie will be coordinating and overseeing our Rep evaluation process and Jamboree Weekend which will be modeled after the BC Hockey High Performance Program. Jessie has been an evaluator for BC Hockey’s U15 and U16 High Performance Programs as well as the Video Coach for U16. He currently serves as the Head Coach for the Major Midget Valley West Hawks and has an extensive background in minor hockey coaching as well. As in past seasons, we will have a parent meeting and provided a detailed outline of our evaluation process. This information will be announced shortly.
We have added a Fitness Testing component to our A1 camp for Peewee to Midget. Fitness testing will take place on Friday August 28, 2015. A more detailed schedule will be published prior to evaluations.
Atom A Evaluations begin Aug 28th, 2015
Please arrive at the rink at least 1 hour prior to your FIRST ice time to check in.
Once you have completed equipment check and residency check you will not be required to check in again.
Check In and Residence Verification – there will be a check in table at the front entrance of the arena. Please proceed there for residency checks and further directions.
TWO PIECES OF PROOF OF RESIDENCY in Coquitlam are required for all player registrations.
- 1 – Property tax notice/ BC Hydro/Terasen Gas/Shaw Cable bill or lease/rental agreement and;
- 2- Car Insurance registration
Please note that all residency documents will be checked prior to your child’s first skate/evaluation and if it is not available, your child will not be allowed on the ice until it is provided. Please discuss any concerns prior to evaluations
Residency is a Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey Association/Hockey Canada requirement.
Equipment Checks will be conducted on all players.
DO come to the Equipment check table in all your gear including your skates and sticks except your jersey.
Equipment Check Tips
Helmets, stickers, sticks and poor fit are the most common causes of equipment check failures. The adhesive used on non-manufacturer stickers applied to helmets may not meet the helmet manufacturer’s standards, rendering the CSA certification and manufacturer warranties void. Remove them but leave the original manufacturer stickers in place. Check carefully for missing or loose screws and ensure the “J” clips ( on the top left and right where the face mask attaches to the helmet) are in place and functional ( clips onto face guard and shock absorbs when guard is pushed upward against helmet ). Don’t forget to check the expiry date.
Don’t bring a disintegrating ball hockey stick to the rink. Put enough wraps of tape on the butt end to ensure it won’t fit through a face guard.
Avoid the temptation to buy equipment that a player will someday “grow into”. This can expose a player to unnecessary risk and significantly diminish his/her enjoyment and on-ice performance. If buying a pre-packaged set of ice-hockey equipment for a younger player, you may find some of the items fit, but others do not. Ask the vendor to let you check the quality and fit of each individual piece before you buy. Road/street hockey gear is not an acceptable substitute for ice hockey gear.
Please check the Equipment List on the CMHA website at www.coquitlamminorhockey.org