This development program has been designed to allow players to work on their individual skills and tactics in game-like settings, and will feature a brief instructor-led dynamic warm-up each week. Warm-up drills will provide an opportunity for skill development and ensure that all players are ready to display maximum effort from the first possession of their scrimmage.

Sessions Dates & Times

BELL SENSPLEX

Session NameFormatLevel of PlayDaySession DatesSession Times
20114-on-4 Full IceCompetitive OnlyMONNov 23, 30, Dec 7, 145:15 or 6:15 p.m.
2007 & 2008 4-on-4 Full Ice Elite (Tier I, II) OnlyMONNov 23, 30, Dec 7, 14 7:15 or 8:15 p.m.

ADDITIONAL DETAILS

  • Program staff will be on hand to ensure as much physical distancing as possible on each bench during scrimmages
  • There will be 9 skaters and 1 goaltender assigned to each of four groups (Maximum of 36 skaters and 4 full-time goaltenders will be accepted, plus an additional 4 reserve player spots to fill in during absences)
  • Any players displaying COVID-19 symptoms, or who is unable to answer all screening questions honestly on each day of the program, must not attend that day and must notify program staff.
  • The 2013 & 2014 session does not feature designated goaltenders.

If the final stages of minor hockey begins and they are scheduled for conflicting ice times, players may withdrawal without penalty as long as a minimum of two weeks’ notice is given. Withdrawn players will receive a pro-rated credit on file for sessions not played. In all cases, priority should be given to each player’s sanctioned minor hockey season ahead of this skill development program.

COST

  • Bell Sensplex -$143.71

If the final stages of minor hockey begins and they are scheduled for conflicting ice times, players may withdrawal without penalty as long as a minimum of two weeks’ notice is given. Withdrawn players will receive a pro-rated credit on file for sessions not played. In all cases, priority should be given to each player’s sanctioned minor hockey season ahead of this skill development program.

EQUIPMENT

All of our hockey programs require full equipment to be provided by the parent/guardian. No child shall participate without: Hockey skates, CSA-approved helmet (with cage), neck guard, shoulder pads, elbow pads, hockey pants, jock or jill, shin pads, hockey gloves and a hockey stick. Mouth guards are optional.

INFORMATION

Please call 613-599-0222 or email [email protected] for additional information or any questions you may have. Informational e-mails with sessions groups, times and general information will go out approximately one week prior to the start date.

Refund Policy: Read our Refund & Cancellation Policy.

Registration Link: Click here to register for the sessions!