The AAA Tryouts will be taking place from September 2nd to September 26th, 2014 (Goaltender evaluations on September 2nd and 3rd with players to join on September 5th). The cost for tryouts will be $200 for all players.
Bantam II (13)
Born in 2001
Bantam I (14)
Born in 2000
Midget City (15 and 16)
Born in 1998 and 1999
Provincial Midget (15 to 17)
Born in 1997 - 1999
Please Note: Registration will be taken until August 29th 2014. Payment must be received in order for players to be eligible to participate in tryouts. Credit Card and Debit available ONLINE ONLY or mail cheques directly to the Hockey Winnipeg office. Registrations and Payments will NOT be accepted at the rinks.
AAA Tryouts are open to all players who reside within Hockey Winnipeg's boundaries. Players from outside are ineligible for AAA in Winnipeg and will be directed back to their home region.
Hockey Winnipeg AAA Council is pleased to once again offer the AAA Conditioning Camp in August 2014. This camp is for conditioning purposes and does not offer individual player instruction; rather it features a combination of power skating, skill and tactical drills, as well as controlled scrimmages.
We are pleased to have Kirk McCuspey back as our Camp Director. Kirk has worked with the AAA program for the past six (6) years as a Head Coach in both our City Midget and Bantam II programs. Kirk is certified at the Hockey Canada High Performance One Coaching level.
Both the West Camp (held at the MTS Iceplex) and the East Camp (held at the Gateway Recreation Centre)will run August 23rd to August 28th, 2014.
Each player will receive six (6) hours of ice time.Spots for each position are limited and applications will be accepted on a first come basis. Groups for the camp will be divided into the following years of birth: 1997-1999, 2000, and 2001-2002.
***The cost of Registration (postmarked or received before Friday, August 1st, 2014) will be $180***
***Registrations received after August 1st will be considered 'late' and will incur a late registration charge***
All registrations must be received before Wednesday, August 20, 2014
The notification of camp times will be sent via email in early August.
**********THERE IS A STRICT NO REFUND POLICY **********
All Conditioning Camp enquiries can be directed to: email@example.com
by: Winnipeg AAA
Thursday, May 15, 2014
The WHL, in partnership with Okanagan Hockey Schools, is
running a series of one day physical testing Combines throughout Western Canada
and the US this spring and summer for players born in 1997-2001.
The Combines will put the skaters and goalies through on
& off ice tests measuring power, quickness, agility and reaction time using
state of the art technology. After
taking part in a Combine players will be provided with their results which will
help them to focus their training in specific areas that need improvement. The players will also have access to an
online data base that allows them to compare their results with players from
across Western Canada and the United States.
The testing scores will also be made available to WHL GMs
and Scouts increasing the players’ exposure. In addition to the physical
testing the players will take part in educational off-ice seminars as well,
learning more about the WHL player experience.
Here are a couple video of the testing that the players will
be running through on the ice so you can see what exactly this entails.
Alberta (Lloydminister) 12 vs Saskatchewan (Yorkton) 1
BC (Northshore Winter Club) 5 vs Host (Kelowna) 2
Day Two Results:
BC 4 vs Alberta 3
Manitoba 4 vs Saskatchewan 1
Alberta 8 vs Kelowna(host)0
BC 3 vs Manitoba 1
Day Three Results:
Saskatchewan(Yorkton)2 vs Host(Kelowna)2 Alberta (Lloydminister)3 vs Manitoba (Monarchs)1 BC (Northshore Winter Club)5 vs Saskatchewan (Yorkton)3
Bronze Medal Game: Manitoba (Monarchs) 1 vs Host(Kelowna) 2 Gold Medal Game: BC (Northshore Winter Club)4 vs Alberta (Lloydminister) 3 2 OT
Wild finish gives Wild midget title
Thursday, April 03, 2014
It was a grind, but the Winnipeg Wild won their third straight provincial AAA midget championship last weekend, clinching a 5-4 victory over the Eastman Selects in double overtime.
The Wild leaped out to a 3-1 lead over Eastman in the first period of the Friday night match, but the Selects came roaring back with two unanswered goals in the second frame to tie up the game.
Eastman scored again in the third to take a 4-3 lead, but the Wild notched their fourth marker with just 41 seconds left to play, on a Stephen Kleysen goal.
The first overtime solved nothing, but with 5:43 left in the second OT, Dawson Martin notched the game winner, with an assist to Zach Court. Court finished with one goal and two assists, while Selects forward Kirklan Lycar led his team with a goal and an assist.
With the win, the Wild claimed the series 3-1 and now move on to the western regionals, April 3-6, in Prince Albert, Sask.
Monarchs Crowned Provincial Champs
by: Brendan Macgranachan
Sunday, March 23, 2014
The hockey season isn't quite over for members of the Winnipeg Bantam 1 Monarchs.
The Monarchs captured the provincial Bantam AAA championship on Saturday afternoon with a 4-1 win over the Parkland Rangers at the MTS Iceplex - Free Press Arena.
Winnipeg swept the three game series against the Rangers and will now move onto the Western Canadian Bantam Championship in Kelowna, B.C. on April 3-6.
Max Martin led the way in Game 2 for Winnipeg with a goal and assist and was named his team's player of the game while Tyler Jubenvill captured those honours for Parkland.
Tyler Campbell, Drayson Barta, and Dylan Stockl also added goals for the Monarchs. Bennett Garber picked up his second win of the series between the pipes for Winnipeg.
Lane Kirk scored the lone goal for the Rangers, who finished the game 1-for-8 on the power play.
Winnipeg won Game 1 on Friday night by a score of 7-4. Monarchs forward Dylan Cassie was named the series MVP.
Congratulations to both teams on successful seasons and good luck to the Monarchs as they represent the province in Kelowna.
by: Brendan Macgranachan
Sunday, March 23, 2014
A 4-1 victory in Game 5 has given the Winnipeg Warriors this season's Bantam 2 championship.
Kyle Lang scored a pair of insurance goals in the third period and Corbin Mariash also had two points on the night for the Warriors, who were backstopped to victory by Brendan Benoit.
The Warriors trailed by a goal after one period at the Maples Multiplex. Hunter Cloutier scored his sixth goal of the season less then six minutes into first to put the Monarchs in front. It was the third time in the series that the Monarchs had struck first on the scoreboard.
A little over two minutes into the second, the Warriors would tie the game up. Kyle Macwilliam would win a battle for the puck deep in the Monarchs end and cut in front, sliding the puck through Duncan McGovern's five hole. A few minutes later, the Monarchs were two second away from killing off a Nicholas Cicek slashing minor, but Mariash would tuck in a goal on a tight wraparound to put the Warriors in front 2-1.
The Warriors grabbed some insurance in the third on a pair of goals from Lang; first at 15:19 with assists to Charlie Ringland and Declan Douthart and the second unassisted at 5:19. They finished the game 1-for-2 on the power play while the Monarchs couldn't convert on three opportunities.
The Warriors had advanced to the championship series with a four game sweep of the Winnipeg Hawks in a semi-final series while the Monarchs outlasted the Winnipeg Sharks in eight games to reach the finals.
Sharks take City Midget title
by: Brendan Macgranachan
Saturday, March 22, 2014
The Winnipeg Sharks are the 2013-14 City Midget champions.
The Sharks completed a championship series sweep with a 7-4 win over the Winnipeg Monarchs on Thursday night at the MTS Iceplex.
Nate Hooper recorded a hat trick for the Sharks, including the game sealer on an empty net goal with 1:09 left in the game.
They took advantage of some undisciplined Monarchs penalties and finished the night 4-for-8 on the power play. The Monarchs also had their power play working well, going 2-for-3 with the man advantage.
The game was tied at two after 20 minutes of play and in the second, the Monarchs jumped out in front. Shortly after their power play had ended, the Monarchs scored when Jordan Martin squeaked one past Nicholas Holben, giving them a 3-2 lead.
The Sharks would grab the lead before the period expired on a pair of power play goals in the final five minutes. First, it was Hooper tucking one past Ryan Hall following a barrage of scoring chances. Then, with 36 seconds left, Tanner Aschenbrener walked into the Monarchs zone and ripped a slap shot past Hall to put the Sharks in front for the first time since the first period.
In the third, the Sharks would add to their lead. After the puck was mishandled by the Monarchs defence at the blue line, Jordan Young streaked in on a breakaway. He made a nice move on Hall and slid the puck five hole to put the Sharks up by two. Then at the 9:19 mark, Hooper scored his second of the game after stealing the puck in the neutral zone and flipping a backhander past Hall.
Connor Bowey cut the lead back to two with 5:48 left after his slap shot beat Holben but the Monarchs couldn't get any closer. Hooper's empty netter finished the scoring and the Sharks would take the series in four games.
All players will be contacted by email for team assignment and schedules closer to the event time.
Hockey Winnipeg Vice Presidents Cup
by: Winnipeg AAA
Friday, March 07, 2014
The 2013/14 Hockey Winnipeg Vice Presidents Cup (VP Cup) will be held at the Selkirk Rec Center and the St Andrews Arena on April 12-14, 2014. This year's VP Cup program is open to our AA and AAA Minor Bantam aged players (2000 born) and will include four guaranteed games.
Registration for the program will be online via Pointstreak and will be activated the week of March 10/14. The cost for this year's Vice Presidents Cup will be $125.00 per participant and payment will be required at the time of application.
From the Hockey Winnipeg VP Cup, 60 registrants will be selected to participate in the Hockey Manitoba Directors Cup ProspectsTournament. Following this selection there will be 2 - one hour practices in preparation for the Directors CupProspectsTournament participants.
Please note that the tournament fee for the final Directors Cup Prospects Tournament to be held April 25-27, 2014 is NOT included in the $125.00 Vice Presidents Cup fee.
Should your child be one of
the 60 players selected out of the VP Cup program there is a separate fee for
the Director's Cup Prospects Tournament of $59.00 paid to Hockey Manitoba after
your player is identified.Players
participating in the Directors Cup Prospects Tournament will also have a chance
to be invited to an exclusive Skills Development Combine presented by the WHL
later this summer.
by: Winnipeg AAA
Friday, October 04, 2013
Although the goaltender statistic are currently showing save percentage the information is not accurate. In order to have the goaltender information show on the team page, shots on goal have to be entered and at this point 30 per game are being put in. This is being looked at to have the actual numbers provided