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Submitted By Admin on Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Over the past years there have been several new programs start-up in the local community and we are constantly asked how our program stacks up. We are very proud of not only long-standing tradition of excellence but also how we are adapting to the needs of our hockey community.

Our teams last year from Tyke to Midget have on average have been on the ice for over 80 hours of practice ice, over 40 games as well as tournaments. We provide the absolute best value for Rep Hockey in Burlington by keeping overhead and administration costs very low. We are a true not-for-profit association with the goal to develop stronger young hockey players for generations to come. Our association is strong thanks to amazing coaches and support staff.

The goal of the association and the board is not to run a profit but rather provide the absolute best development and develop strong community leaders while at the same time, keeping the costs associated with rep hockey as low as possible.

We are proud to share that for the upcoming 2018-2019 season we have the highest level of interest in our program with tryout registration up almost 10% vs. the previous season. The combination of our on-ice programming in conjunction with the Next Level Training program which includes on and off the ice development are the key to the continued growth of our programming.



We are very proud of our programming for the upcoming 2018-2019 season with a very strong mix of on and off ice development. The focus for our association is clearly on the development of our players and as such have made further improvement to our Next Level Training program. The following is an example of what you can look forward to for the upcoming season for the Peewee age group as an example:







Major Peewee



2018-2019 Programming



Practice (On-ice)

80 hrs



Off-ice Dryland

26 hrs



Games (Reg Season)




Games (Playoffs)

14-20 *




3 or 4



Team Skill Development

15 - 20





Program Cost







** # Playoff games can vary


We would like to take this opportunity to thank our sponsors who over the many years have been the catalyst for keeping registration fees as low as possible while providing the best training and development for our players.

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