ACC Rosters

Hockey New Brunswick is proud to announce the Female Under 16, Female Under 18 , and Male Under 15 players who will represent New Brunswick at the 2021 Atlantic Challenge Cup being held in Moncton, NB from October 8-11. Team New Brunswick will compete against Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island for a chance to hoist the Atlantic Challenge Cup.

Female U16
Female U18
Male U15

For further information please visit www.atlanticchallengecup.ca

HNB Development Festival beginning July 16th

Dieppe, NB – July 16, 2021 – One hundred and twenty male and female hockey players, in three divisions have been invited to participate in the Hockey New Brunswick Development Festival beginning July 16th. The camps will run over two weeks in Dieppe at the Uniplex.

On the male side, forty players will be attending the Under-15 camp. Females will have forty-two in the Under-16 camp and thirty-nine in Under-18.

From the players invited, players will be selected in the Male Under-14, Male Under-15, Female Under-16, and Female Under-18 divisions to compete against the other Atlantic branches at the Atlantic Challenge Cup, held in Moncton on Thanksgiving weekend.

Each of the summer camps will feature inter-squad games each evening, as well as daily practices, fitness testing, and presentations from guest speakers on topics including fitness, mental preparation, and nutrition.

Some notable alumni that have participated in the HNB High Performance Program, and went on to play for Team Canada include Sarah MacDonnell, Nathan Beaulieu, Sean Couturier, Jake Allen, Patrice Cormier and Luc Bourdon.

Rosters

U15
U16
U18

Schedule

U15
U16
U18

For further inquiries please contact:

Mike Gillingham
Hockey New Brunswick
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2021 MHL Draft

The 2021 MHL Draft wrapped up this past weekend virtually, where 41 New Brunswick players were selected in this year’s draft.

The 41 players selected were as follows:

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Male U14 camp

Following the HNB Cup which was held July 12th-14th in Dieppe, Hockey New Brunswick is pleased to announce the players who will attend the Hockey Development Festival this August in Quispamsis, NB. The Male U14 camp will be held August 13-15.

From the Hockey Development Festival, 20 players in each division will be selected to represent Hockey New Brunswick at the Atlantic Challenge Cup, which will be held Thanksgiving Weekend in Moncton, NB. The Atlantic Challenge Cup will bring together the top players from New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, PEI and Newfoundland and Labrador while representing their provinces in the Male U14 and U15 categories, along with the Female U16 and U18 categories.

HDF Participants

Dominique Cormier and Abby Hustler invited to National Women’s Development Team Summer Camps

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FORTY-THREE PLAYERS INVITED TO BFL NATIONAL WOMEN’S DEVELOPMENT TEAM SUMMER CAMP, PRESENTED BY SOBEYS

Twenty-three NextGen athletes invited to participate in camp

CALGARY, Alta. – Canada’s National Women’s Development Team will return to the ice for the first time in two years, with 43 athletes invited to participate in the BFL National Women’s Development Team Summer Camp, presented by Sobeys. 

The 40 players who will attend camp – six goaltenders, 12 defence and 22 forwards – will be split into two teams and participate in practices and intrasquad games from July 29-Aug. 9 at WinSport’s Canada Olympic Park in Calgary. The camp will also feature two scrimmages against Canada’s National Women’s Team from Aug. 7-9.

“The COVID-19 pandemic really impacted this group of athletes with limited ice time, and the opportunity to bring everyone together with an elite group of coaches will benefit them as they prepare for the upcoming season,” said Gina Kingsbury (Rouyn-Noranda, Que.), director of hockey operations with Hockey Canada. ““We look forward to welcoming our development athletes back to Calgary for summer camp, and we know this group will be excited to get on the ice together before a highly-anticipated season."

Hockey Canada has also named National Women’s Team alumnae Caroline Ouellette (Montreal, Que./Concordia University, RSEQ) and Vicky Sunohara (Scarborough, Ont./University of Toronto, OUA) head coaches for camp. They will work alongside assistant coaches Rachel Flanagan (Pontypool, Ont./University of Guelph, OUA)Chris MacKenzie (Niagara Falls, Ont./University of Connecticut, HE)Candice Moxley (Markham, Ont./Western University, OUA) and Dean Seymour (Saskatoon, Sask./PWHPA), as well as goaltending coach Perry Wilson (LaSalle, Ont./Windsor, OHL).

CLICK HERE FOR A FULL LIST OF DEVELOPMENT CAMP STAFF  

Twenty-three NextGen athletes invited to participate in camp

Hockey Canada has announced that 23 NextGen athletes (born in 2003) have been invited to Calgary to participate in the BFL National Women’s Under-18 Team Summer Development Camp, presented by Sobeys, July 29-Aug. 5 at WinSport’s Canada Olympic Park.

The roster, which includes three goaltenders, seven defence and 13 forwards, represents a group of athletes that attended Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team virtual summer camp last season, but were unable to participate in on-ice activities due to the pandemic. The NextGen athletes will practice and play games against both U18 camp teams.

“Despite our NextGen athletes attending our virtual summer camp last season, we wanted to make sure this age group had the opportunity to participate in a regular Hockey Canada summer camp,” said Kingsbury. “As with the rest of our athletes, the pandemic has limited the on-ice opportunities for this group, and we know this camp will provide a great opportunity for these athletes to get familiar with Canada’s National Women’s Program and to participate in a highly-competitive camp before heading to school for the upcoming season.” 

Hockey Canada alumna Noémie Marin (Acton Vale, Que./John Abbott College, CEGEP) will lead the NextGen athletes as head coach throughout camp, alongside assistant coaches Chelsea Grills (Stittsville, Ont./University of Ottawa, OUA) and Cassie Turner (Campbellford, Ont./Quinnipiac University, ECAC), and goaltending coach Amanda Tapp (Calgary, Alta.).

CLICK HERE FOR A FULL LIST OF NEXTGEN CAMP STAFF

For more information on Hockey Canada and Canada’s National Women’s Development Team, please visit HockeyCanada.ca, or follow along via social media on Facebook and Twitter.

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