Spring Program Listing
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Our spring programs begin in April and run once a week for ten consecutive weeks. Most of our programs are 1-hour sessions and are either based out of Burnaby Winter Club, Pitt Meadows Arena, or Planet Ice Coquitlam. Registration opens in mid-January. We offer skill-specific programs, including Stride & Edge Clinic; Dekes & Dangles Clinic; and Battle & Compete Clinic. As well, we run Little Rascals, Adult Learn to Play, Bantam Body Checking, and 4 on 4 Pond Hockey. These are great development sessions that complement your in-season team training. We offer a few different times for each program to help work around your minor hockey schedule. In addition, we run three spring tournaments: BC Mayhem, Pacific Spring Showcase, and BC Spring Classic. Please scroll down for more information and to register.


We want to thank everyone for your cooperation, patience, and understanding. Together, we've been able to follow the restrictions and help keep everyone safe, while still enjoying the sport of hockey. Now, more than ever, we appreciate your support and the trust you place in us to help your child reach their goals. Please see our spring programs below. These limited-space programs will focus on individual skills and social distancing practices will be in place. A full list of safety protocols and guidelines will be emailed to participants prior to the program start date. All programs dates & times are tentative and are subject to change. In the event of cancellation, refunds may be subject to a small processing fee.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding public health orders and restrictions, please reach out to Joe Saloustros at +1 (604) 861-7741.

We will email all participants the protocols for the arena prior to the program start date. Please carefully review these protocols. Currently, there are strict rules for mask-wearing and crowding is not permitted around facility entrances. Vaccine passports may be required for spectators.

You can also find each facility's Covid-19 safety protocols (and pre-attendance screening) below: 

Burnaby Winter Club: https://www.burnabywinterclub.com

Scotia Barn: https://www.icesports.com/scotiabarn/home.aspx

Planet Ice Coquitlam: https://www.planetice.ca/coquitlam

Planet Ice Delta: https://www.planetice.ca/delta

Pitt Meadows Arena: http://www.pittmeadowsarena.com

Space is limited and these programs will fill fast. If the program you would like is full, please email us to be added to the waitlist. We are adding new programs regularly.

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Battle & Compete Clinic

The Battle and Compete Clinic is structured to give players greater confidence and strength while competing for the hockey puck. Each session consists of drills that replicate several game components where players need to compete and battle for the puck. Our coaches will provide constructive feedback to ensure that players on both sides of the puck understand their responsibilities and are engaging in each drill. This is a great program for kids that want to have more puck time, as well as learn how to become a more competitive player on the ice.

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Dekes & Dangles Clinic

The Dekes & Dangles Clinic is one of our most popular development programs. Players are challenged to execute lateral moves, change of speed, creativity, and to develop greater confidence with the puck on their hockey stick. This camp is going to help players create more offensive plays and benefit players in games by having the puck on their stick around the net more often. We will spend a great deal of time teaching skills such as skating at full speed with the puck, attacking defenders, and understanding how to evade a check, protect the puck, or execute moves.

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Spring 4 on 4

The 4 on 4 Pond Hockey is a fun-oriented scrimmage. This fast-action hockey game with limited faceoffs is played on a ¾-sized ice sheet. Players are encouraged to pass the puck in a "give and go" environment. There’s no pressure for this game, just plenty of fun!

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Spring Body Checking Clinic

The Body Checking Clinic is geared toward players trying out for full contact Bantam rep the following season. All aspects of body checking are instructed, with a safety-first approach to taking and giving a hit. Players should be at a rep level. Throughout the clinic, players will be separated based on skill, and matched in drills with other players of similar size and ability.

No active programs

Defence Skills

The Defenceman Clinic will focus on specific skill work catering to defencemen. The clinic will cover power skating, positional play, puck control, shooting, and checking and compete drills.

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Spring Adult Skills

The Adult Skills program is for adults interested in recreational hockey or those seeking to improve their hockey skills. Players will be divided into groupings based on skill level, from beginner to advanced. Participants are given challenging yet realistic drills and there is a great atmosphere on the ice that helps to improve everyone’s skills as the program progresses. The program curriculum includes all hockey skills, such as shooting, passing, stickhandling, and skating. This program runs on Sunday nights, with two to three coaches on the ice, depending on the size of the class. It's the perfect opportunity to strengthen both your hockey game and fitness level.

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Spring Power Skating & Edge Control

The Stride & Edge Clinic offers an opportunity for the minor hockey player to improve their skating skills on a weekly basis. Through correction and repetition, this program provides comprehensive instruction on all aspects of skating. From basic skating posture and stride efficiency to lateral quickness and acceleration, this clinic will address all techniques that are required to play the game of hockey.

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Spring Little Rascals Learn To Play Hockey Program

Our Spring Little Rascals Learn to Play Hockey Program is the largest Learn to Play Hockey Program in Western Canada. The Little Rascals program features a fun environment where kids are challenged with games and drills according to their rascal grouping. The players are placed in smaller groups on the ice with kids of a similar skill level so that everyone gains confidence and can interact with each other at a similar level. Not only do kids grow their hockey skills, but they also make tons of new friends, develop their social skills, grow confidence, and, of course, have a ton of fun. The program runs on Saturdays in the spring and there are no early morning ice times or inconvenient hours. So what are you waiting for? We hope to see you out on the ice this spring.

Little Rascals 1 – Brand New to Hockey With 2 Levels of Skating Lessons

Little Rascals 2 – New to Hockey With More Experience in Skating Lessons

Little Rascals 3 – Returning Rascal Hockey Player or Equivalent Experience

Little Rascals 4 – Returning Rascal Player Comfortable With Puck Control

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Spring Semi-Private Sessions

These programs are semi-private sessions. Skills covered include power skating, passing, shooting, and stick handling.

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