News and Announcements
Centennial Secondary Hockey Academy
Plan to attend – General Information Meeting
February 3, 2016 @ 6:00pm
Centennial Secondary – Room 102
We are so excited to bring the Junior Express Spring Hockey program to Coquitlam Minor Hockey!
Join the Express Spring Hockey Program and fine tune your skills!
This program will run March to June and is designed to maximize full learning potential while having fun!
Teams will be coached by high level coaches and assisted by members of your Express! *There are no *
*tryouts for these teams and they will be filled on a first come first serve basis so don’t hesitate to *
This year we will have teams for the following birth years: 2001 – 2004 – 2005 – 2006
Additional birth years may be added based on demand.
Each player will receive the following:
- Estimated 32 hours of ice time including Exhibition Games and Tournaments
- Home and Away Jerseys and socks
- Top End training by excellent Coaches
Registration Fee : $1400
Don’t miss your opportunity to be a part of the Jr. Express Spring Teams! Register Today by contacting
Teresa: firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-936-4625
BANTAM REP PREP PROGRAM
This program is available for priority registration for those players who tried out for REP in the 2015/16 season and/or are affliated to a Rep team this season. All other Bantam C players may register on a waitlist basis. We will have space for 4 goaltenders as well.
The goal of the Rep Prep program is to try to offer players the opportunities to development and refine skills and techniques, supporting their ability to reach their potential. The REP Prep program will allow players to skate with peers and at competitive and similar level.
Players will develop skills with an emphasis on skating, skill improvement, conditioning, competition and team play.
BANTAM – Fri’s (alternating) 645AM MAIN Rink , 5 sessions $65 – Oct 16th, 30th, Nov 13th, 2th, Dec 11th
MAX Registration 20 players You must register in advance by emailing to email@example.com
Bantam Sessions will be run by PW A1 Head coaches Keith Peterson and Justin Gould
Technology Education Teacher with SD #43. Jordan played minor Hockey in Coquitlam and Port Moody
He has coached at a variety of teams at different age groups:
-PMHA Peewee C Assistant coach (2003)
-NSWC Atom A1 Assistant coach (2005)
-PMHA Peewee A1 Assistant coach
-PMHA Atom A2 2012
-PMHA Midget A1 2012
-CMHA Atom A1 2013
-CMHA PW A1 2014/15
Technology Education Teacher for SD #43 2006-present and responsible for Instruction and design of the Centennial Hockey Academy from 2008 to present
Played Minor Hockey in Port Moody
-Peewee C Head coach (2003)
-Peewee B Assistant coach (2004)
-Peewee A Head coach (2005)
-Bantam A Head Coach (2006)
-Atom A2/ Midget A Head coach(2012)
-CMHA Atom A1 2013
-CMHA PWA1 2014/15
Worked for Inside Edge Hockey Schools (2003-2005)
Worked for RPM Hockey Schools (2007-2012)
As the summer gets on and we get closer to Canada’s fourth season, I would like to introduce myself to all you Bantam parents. My name is Anh Diep and I am your new Bantam “C” Coordinator for the 2015-16 season. I am a father of three boys playing hockey in CMHA (third year Midget, second year Bantam and second year Peewee). My wife and I have both been heavily involved in giving back to CMHA (she, as the former treasurer for the association and I have been treasurer for several tournaments) we encourage all parents to give back by volunteering your time or expertise in helping grow the association.
I am new to the position of Coordinator so bare with me as I learn.
A few housekeeping items I need to mention:
- Returning player registration ended June 30th, 2015. If you are a returning player and have not/did not register by that date you will not be guaranteed a spot this year and may be on a waiting list.
- I will be your first point of contact regarding any issues you may have. Please do not approach the VP’s, President or Administrator prior speaking to me about your concerns. Please respect the Association’s hierarchy and do not go above my head with your concerns as it will only cause confusion and hurt feelings.
I can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or I will be around the rinks a lot.
Please see attached for details.