BC Hockey coordinates a variety of domestic or "grassroot" programs. The focus of these programs is to provide fun, educational, and safe ice hockey experiences to all partners in our game.
Jamborees are specialized youth tournaments aimed at less experienced hockey players, emphasizing fun and fair play.
The Penalty-Free Challenge encourages positive social values. During BC Minor Hockey Week, teams who play a penalty free game submit their game sheet and entry form will receive a prize.
Lace ‘Em Up is a program designed to encourage registration in local minor hockey associations by focusing on the new or first-time participant. These participants are exposed to the game in a non-threatening and enjoyable environment.
Vancouver Canucks Centre for BC Hockey has partnered with BC Hockey to expand the opportunities and resources available to the amateur hockey community.
Esso Fun Days are for female players who are new to hockey. It aims to introduce the game and its basic skills in a fun and supportive learning environment.
Hockey Canada Summer Skills Camps are run by BC Hockey and a host MHA. Click here for more information.
BC Minor Hockey Week took place January 21 - 27, 2018
We gratefully aknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.