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Youth Programs - Vancouver Canucks Centre for BC Hockey

BC Hockey works in partnership with the Vancouver Canucks through the Canucks Centre for BC Hockey to bring opportunities to minor hockey in British Columbia and the Yukon. The centre aims to provide programs and initiatives supporting growth and development of coaches, players and fans.

The partnership is a cooperative effort in which each organization assists the other in the promotion, organization, development, administration, recognition and execution of programs at all levels of amateur hockey.

 

Highlights from the 2015 - 2016 season

Every Kids Dream

The Vancouver Canucks and Save-on-Foods want to make "Every Kids Dream" come true. Working closely with Save-on-Foods and BC Hockey, this exciting opportunity is offered to registered BC Hockey minor hockey players between the ages of eight (8) and 13 to be in the Canucks starting lineup. At every Vancouver Canucks home game, one (1) lucky player will have the opportunity to fulfill their dream of standing with their hockey idols for the singing of the national anthem(s). 

Minor Hockey Weekend

Minor Hockey Weekend took place December 10 - 11, 2016. The Canucks invited minor hockey teams to visit Rogers Arena to play an hour long, three (3) period game against another team of the same age and playing level. The opportunity is open to all minor hockey teams throughout BC. 

First Strides

The next First Strides event took place on January 19, 2017. Initiation/novice players took part in a one-day program of on-ice and off-ice activities at Rogers Arena. Fin and Vancouver Canucks players and alumni made appearances. 

Coaching Day in BC

Coaching Day in BC was held on January 14, 2017. This one-day event is valuable for coaches wishing to expand their coaching knowledge. Attendees get to watch the Vancouver Canucks game-day practice while one of the coaches explains the purpose of each drill. Then BC Hockey course conductors and coaches instruct minor hockey teams in on-ice drills. Representatives from BC Hockey and Hockey Canada also present material to the coaches in attendance.  More information 

Canucks SuperSkills

In previous years, one lucky minor hockey team has been selected to appear on-ice with the Vancouver Canucks players and participate in the skills competition. More information

 

Pavel Bure Award

If you are a coach of a young hockey player in Pee Wee, Bantam or Midget who is truly valuable to your team, we want to hear about them! The Pavel Bure Awrd rewards young BC hockey players who display leadership and sportsmanship both on and off the ice through demonstrating values such as integrity, passion, teamwork and courage. More information

Team First Contest

Minor hockey players and / or teams are invited to enter a contest that promotes the qualities exemplified by the TEAM First Program. Instructive sessions are run by BC Hockey course conductors and coaches.

Apply for the Team First Challenge.

Penalty Free Challenge

As a part of BC Minor Hockey Week, minor hockey teams that play a penalty-free game during the week may submit their penalty free game sheet along with an entry form. Minor hockey teams who successfully enter the BC Hockey “Penalty Free Challenge” receive a special gift.  More information

Female Jamborees

As a partner of the Female Jamborees, the Vancouver Canucks Centre for BC Hockey provides Canucks memorabilia for both events and helps with the administration of the jamboree in the Lower Mainland. In previous seasons, Fin and a Vancouver Canucks player have sometimes made appearances during the opening ceremonies in the Lower Mainland. More information

Public Service Announcements

Vancouver Canucks players and coaches have recorded announcements concerning amateur hockey issues.

Community Corner Radio Appearances

Through the partnership, BC Hockey has appeared on the Community Corner segment on Team 1040 Sports Radio to discuss issues important to amateur hockey.

Silverskate Awards

Presented by the Vancouver Canucks Centre to the BC Hockey Championship team in each division at the representative levels, these awards celebrate the strong ties between minor and professional hockey.

 

For more information about the  please visit the Canucks Community pages.

 


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