SUMMER CAMP ALMOST FULL!!
PEEWEE CAMP - only 2 of 20 spots remaining
ATOM CAMP - 10 of 40 spots remaining
We are now accepting HOCKEY 4 players to fill in the remaining spots in the Atom Camp.
There are still a few spots open for any ATOM or PEEWEE Goalies as well.
BWC HOCKEY SCHOOL – AUGUST 25TH – 29TH
ATOM & PEE WEE DIVISIONS
We are very excited to start our new hockey season off with a great week at the BWC Hockey School! Each session will feature multiple drills and skill development with a major focus on small area games. The practices are designed to be high tempo and high repetition with attention to detail. The key to this system is more touches per player + small area = faster skill acquisition. Each player will receive 2 hours of ice per day, 1 hour of dry land training, and lunch catered by our own 22 Grill. Coaches at the camp will include:
John Macdonald, BWC Pee Wee A2 Head Coach
Guido Lamberti-Charles, Professional Agent/Skill Developer/BWC Midget A1 Head Coach
Leland Mack, BWC Academy Elite 15 Head Coach
Jordie Armon-Jones , BWC Academy Elite 15 Assistant Coach
Jon Calvano, Vancouver Vipers Head Coach/Elite Level Development founder/ BWC Atom A1 Head Coach
Burt Henderson, Langley Riverman Hockey Academy Coordinator/ BWC Hockey 3 Head Coach
Maco Balkovec, BWC Director of Hockey
The schedule is as follows:
Atom – Group 1 - 9:15am – 3:00pm
Atom – Group 2 - 10:30am – 4:00pm
Pee Wee – 8:00am – 1:30pm
The registration fee for the week is $395 including GST. You can register by email@example.com. Payment will be through the office – 604-299-7788.
We look forward to a tremendous week and cannot wait to get on the ice with your players.
Burnaby Winter Club
David Nonis, Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, announced Thursday that the team has agreed to terms on one year contracts with forwards Petri Kontiola, Mike Santorelli and Troy Bodie.
Santorelli, 28, dressed in 49 contests for the Vancouver Canucks this past season and scored 10 goals and added 18 assists. His plus 9 mark with the Canucks was first among team forwards and third-best on the team. Born in Vancouver, B.C., the centreman has 87 points (43 goals, 44 assists) in 257 career NHL games with Nashville, Florida, Winnipeg and Vancouver. He was originally drafted 178th overall in the 2004 Entry Draft by the Predators.
BWC MIDGET HEAD COACH APPOINTED
The Burnaby Winter Club is pleased to announce that Guido Lamberti –Charles will serve as Head Coach of the Burnaby Winter Club Midget A1 team for the 2014-2015 Season. Guido has an extensive background as a hockey player, coach and developer of players.
The Burnaby Winter Club is excited about the opportunity to grow and develop the Midget program to complement the BWC Hockey Academy teams. The Coach’s initial focus will be on providing a single competitive A1 team but, if the demand warrants it, the program can expand to two” rep” teams. The objective is to continue to develop midget aged hockey players.
MIDGET EVALUATION CAMP
The first step is to determine if there is sufficient interest for the Midget Program at the BWC. To that end, Midget Evaluation Skates will be held:
June 16th – 9:00pm – 10:30pm
June 18th – 7:30pm – 9:00pm
June 20th - 7:30pm – 9:00pm
These skates will determine the direction of the BWC Midget Program.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
All eligible Burnaby residents are invited to experience the development opportunities provided by Guido. Registration for the skates can be made through the office of the General Manager, Len McNeely at firstname.lastname@example.org . The cost for the program is $78.75 which includes GST. Please drop off your cheque at the office at the BWC.
BURNABY WINTER CLUB MIDGET PROGRAM - FALL
BWC REGISTRATION FEES
Registration cost for the BWC Midget program is $1,405. The BWC has waived the Membership Fee and Monthly Dues. There is also a charge of $350 per player to contribute to the cost of paying for non-parent coaches. Other costs relate to the program offered and will be reflected in team fees.
TRAINING CAMP IN GERMANY
Guido has proposed that Midget team would do a ten day Training Camp in Germany in the middle of August. He is currently in discussions with his many connections in Germany to make this a reality. The cost per player, all included, for this trip would be approximately $2,500 - $3,000.
If you are interested in the Evaluation Skates and/or participating in the BWC Midget Program please contact the General Manager, Len McNeely at email@example.com
March 23, 2014
ATOM A1 WINS BANNER!
Congratulations to the Atom A1 team, who last night in front of a packed house, defeated the very sound Searfair Atom A1 team 2-1! The score wasn't reflective of the end-to-end play with solid goaltending at both ends of the ice.
The Atom A2 team clinched 3rd in the Tier 1 Final Four with a hard fought 2-1 victory over the T-BIrds.
The Atom A4 made it to the Final 4 and competed well. The team is heading off to Seattle during the Spring break to end its Season on a high note. Good luck and have fun!
The Atom A3 & A5 teams competed in the President's series and look to win their final games of the season.
PROVINCIALS - PEE WEE & BANTAM
All three teams competing in the Provincials made it to the Finals. The Pee Wee A1 team brings home the only Provincial banner this year. They defeated Cranbrook in aa game that went back and forth. The final was 6-4.
The Pee Wee A2 team competed hard but lost 6-3 to a strong Campbell River team.
The Bantam A1 team lost to their nemisis, the North Shore Winter Club, 4-2 after leading part way through the third period.
The Initiation Division comprised of its seven teams all competed well and wrapped up its year at the Banner Day in Richmond this past weekend.
The Pee Wee A3 and A4 teams competed in the Presidents Series and have wrapped up for the year.
The Bantam A2 team came up short in the Tier 2 Final Four.
The Bantam A3 team is just wrapping up its President Series playoffs.
The Midget A1 team had a good run and fell a goal short of making it to the Final Four in Tier 2. They competed well and wrapped up their season last week.
BWC HOCKEY ACADEMY
The Elite 15 and Prep Under 18 teams wrapped up their playoff weekend last week in Vernon and competed well. In all repsects it was a very successful inaugural year for the Academy teams.
We wish you all a very successful spring. Remember it is a JOURNEY and not a RACE!
Len McNeely - General Manager
Dan Melanson - MHA President
Maco Balkovec - Hockey Director
Divsional Manager - Tim Sandhu
Kurt Dalphond - Head Coach C1
Ryan Bremner - Head Coach C2
Burt Henderson - Head Coach C1
Brad Reynolds - Head Coach C2
David Boyce C1
Doug Macdonald - Head Coach C2
TBD - Head Coach C3
Divsional Manager: TBA
Jon Calvano - Head Coach A1
Kurt Astle - Head Coach A2
Stefano Ruscitti - Head Coach A3
Glenn Jeffrey - Head Coach A4
Neal Reynolds - Head Coach A5
Divsional Manager: Sheldon Evers
Bill Hunt - Head Coach A1
John Macdonald - Head Coach A2
Max Bader - Head Coach A3
Bryan Kim - Head Coach A4
Divsional Manager: Glenn Jeffrey
John Batchelor - Head Coach A1
Kevin Batchelor - Head Coach A2
Vacant - Head Coach A3
Divsional Manager: Remi Rizzo
Guido Lamberti-Charles - Head Coach A1
Kyle Rademaker - Head Coach A2
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