Don’t forget to send your fundraiser tickets into the HNB office for a chance to win one of our amazing Fundraiser prizes.
Hockey New Brunswick Fundraiser Draw Date January 18, 2018.
Hockey New Brunswick
For Immediate Release
January 8, 2018
Fredericton, NB - Hockey New Brunswick and the Moncton Wildcats have partnered in offering local minor hockey coaches an opportunity to participate in a Coaching Development Day on Sarturday, January 20th.
Registration to the Coaching Development Day is limited to the first 40 coaches.
For Immidiate Release
December 22, 2017
Hockey New Brunswick is pleased to announce Jason Marmen as the HNB Coach of the Month for November. Jason is the Head Coach of the Pee Wee C Predators of the Edmundston Community Club.
“Jason is able to get 100% effort out of each player” says Predators assistant coach Marc Fracoeur. “His main goal is always to have fun. His practices are organized and emphasize fun and skill development.”
Jason’s philosophy is one that we hope all minor hockey coaches follow. “He does not care about wins at the end of the day” says Marc, “his main focus is that everyone has fun and gets better each day.”
Jason will receive a Bauer Coaches bag, a 1-year subscription to the Hockey Canada Network, and an apparel package from Hockey NB. To nominate someone for Coach of the Month, you can click here.
For Immediate Release
December 7, 2017
The road to the QMJHL Challenge will start December 27th – 29th in Saint John where the Male Under 16 team selection process will come into full stride.
The camp is a development camp in which players have been invited to participate in 2 practices, 2 games, as well as some off-ice activities. This is the second time Hockey New Brunswick has hosted a Christmas Camp of its kind for this group and it will be a great opportunity for the players and coaches to get to know each other and build toward a great run at the QMJHL Challenge.
Lancaster Peewee C Bombers and Miramichi Peewee Panthers each won a trip to Ottawa to participate in the Bell Capital Cup
Monday, Dec. 4, 2017
Ottawa International Hockey Festival announces 32 winners of Canada 150 Rink ‘Hockey on the Hill’ contest
Winning teams from across Canada now have the chance to play on the Canada 150 Rink on Parliament Hill
OTTAWA – The Ottawa International Hockey Festival, known as the Bell Capital Cup, today announced the 32 winning teams from the Canada 150 Rink “Hockey on the Hill” contest. Thirty-two boys and girls teams representing all provinces and territories across Canada have won a trip to Ottawa to participate in the Bell Capital Cup and play at least one game on the Canada 150 Rink, located on Parliament Hill.
For Immediate Release
November 23, 2017
Hockey New Brunswick would like to recognize Woodstock Minor Hockey Association for running the top Development Weekend.
Activities that they included were:
Four HNB players selected to attend Canada East Section Camp - Jacob Stewart, Francis Thibeault, Logan Johnston and Ben Reid
November 20, 2017
TEAM CANADA EAST, TEAM CANADA WEST BEGIN FINAL PUSH TO 2017 WORLD JUNIOR A CHALLENGE WITH SELECTION CAMP INVITES
100 players vying for spots on two Canadian teams at international showcase of junior hockey talent
CALGARY, Alta. – Hockey Canada and the Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL), with assistance from NHL Central Scouting, have zeroed in on a list of 100 players from across the country who are invited to selection camps in advance of the 2017 World Junior A Challenge.
In celebration of Canada 150, the Ottawa International Hockey Festival in partnership with Canada 150, Hockey Canada and the Ottawa Senators invite Peewee House League (Recreational) teams from across Canada to enter the Canada 150 Rink – “Hockey on the Hill” Contest for a chance to win a trip of a lifetime!
October 30th, 2017
For immediate release
Hockey New Brunswick Female Hockey Commission will be hosting the first Under 13 Winter Jamboree. The Jamboree will take place at the Superior Propane in Moncton on December 29th, 2017. The event is open to all female players born in 2005 and 2006, currently registered on a Hockey New Brunswick sanctioned team.
Attached you will find an electronic postcard that as a Member you can use to create awareness of the Updated Hockey Canada Concussion Policy and Resource Toolbox.
The updated concussion policy provides an overriding statement with respect to concussion prevention, concussion recognition and responsible return to play if a player suffers a concussion or is suspected of suffering a concussion, and defines the expectations with respect to responsible steps that should be taken in these areas.
October 17, 2017
66 PLAYERS CHOSEN TO REPRESENT CANADA AT 2017 WORLD UNDER-17 HOCKEY CHALLENGE
Puck drops Nov. 5 on the international showcase in Dawson Creek & Fort St. John
CALGARY, Alta. – Hockey Canada announced its 66-player roster selected to represent Canada at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge, Nov. 5-11 in Dawson Creek and Fort St. John, B.C.
The 66 players will be divided into three teams representing Team Canada Black, Team Canada Red, and Team Canada White when they compete against the Czech Republic, Finland, Russia, Sweden, and the United States in their quest for a gold medal.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
DARTMOUTH, N.S. – The Team Atlantic Female Under-18 program announced today the final roster that will represent the region at the 2017 National Women’s Under-18 Championship in November.
Team Atlantic is made up of twenty players chosen from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island. The final selection took place at the 2017 Atlantic Challenge Cup in Moncton, N.B. earlier this month.