Atom Ice Schedules
Thursday September 7: 4:00-5:00 pm / 5:15-6:15 pm / 6:30-7:30 pm / 7:45-8:45 pm (Initial skates)
Saturday September 9: 9:30-10:45 am / 11:00-12:15 pm (Intra Squad Games)
Saturday September 9: 1:45-2:45 pm (Goalie Evaluations)
Sunday September 10: 1:00-2:00 pm / 2:15-3:15 pm (Intra Squad Games)
Monday September 11: 5:15-6:30 pm / 6:45-8:00 pm (Intra Squad Games)
(Pool Releases: 20 for Pool A (12F+8D+2-3 goalies), Pool B (12F+8D+2-3 goalies), Pool C 35 players)
PeeWee Group A Ice Schedules
Wednesday September 6: 4:00-5:00 pm / 5:15-6:15 pm / 6:30-7:30 pm / 7:45-8:45 pm (Initial skates)
Friday September 8: 5:00-6:00 pm / 6:15-7:15 pm / 7:30-8:30 pm(Intra Squad Games)
Saturday September 9: 5:00-6:00 pm / 6:15-7:15 pm / 7:30-8:30 pm(Intra Squad Games)
Saturday September 9: 12:30-1:30 pm (Goalie Evaluations)
Sunday September 10: 8:00-9:00 am / 9:15-10:15 am / 10:30-11:30 am / 11:45-12:45 pm (Intra Squad Games)
Bantam Ice Schedules:
Tuesday September 5: 5:15-6:15 pm / 6:30-7:30 pm (Initial skates)
Saturday September 9: 12:30-1:45 pm / 2:00-3:15 pm / 3:30-4:45 pm (Intra Squad Games)
Saturday September 9: 11:00-12:00 pm (Goalie Evaluations)
Sunday September 10: 6:45-7:45 pm / 8:00-9:00 pm / 9:15-10:15 pm (Intra Squad Games)
August 21st – 25th BWC Skills Camp
Aug 28th – Sept 1st BWC Hockey School
BWC BANTAM CAMP:
August 21st to 25th 5-630pm
August 28th to 31st 6-715pm
Congratulations to BWC alum Cam Trott on receiving a scholarship to University of Alaska-Anchorage. Cam's story is a great one for all late bloomers. He was never the top skater on any team he played on at BWC. Cam did not always make the A1 team either, but he worked hard every day to get better and focused on skill development waiting for his body to physically mature. After 3 seasons of junior including a trade to Vernon this season, Cam's play earned him a well-deserved scholarship at age 20.
Congratulations go out to our 5 Bantam players selected today in the WHL Draft:
1. Koen MacInnes G, 35th, Saskatoon Blades
2. Ryan Helliwell D, 55th, Portland Winterhawks
3. Kyler Kovich F, 78th, Red Deer Rebels
4. Kalen Szeto F, 102nd, Saskatoon Blades
5. Logan Terness G, 216th, Prince George Cougars
A great accomplishment for these boys and their families!
Western Canada Bantam Champs 2017! Back to back!
Warman, SK – The BWC Bruins stormed to a dominant 9-2 victory over the Sask Valley Vipers on Sunday to be crowed 2017 Western Bantam Champions. BWC, who went undefeated with a 4-0-0 record to advance to the championship game, capped off an outstanding season, while losing only one game all year – in overtime.
The Bruins went 20-0-0 in regular season play, before going 7-0-1 in PCAHA Division 1 play. They went 6-0-0 through the postseason to advance to the Western Bantam Championships.
This marks the second consecutive championship for BWC, who defended their title after defeating the Rocky Mountain Raiders in last year’s final, held in Okotoks, AB.
BWC was led up front by Kalen Szeto, who averaged 3 points-per-game, with 5 goals and 15 points through 5 games. Teammate Kyler Kovich led the tournament with 7 goals – and 13 points – through 5 games. 2003-born Trevor Wong played a key part of the equation for BWC, with 10 points in the tournament. In net, Koen MacInnes posted an excellent 3-0-0 record with a 950 SV% to help backstop his team. BWC posted a 23-8 goal differential throughout the tournament, and never allowed more than 2 goals against in any of their 5 games.
Bantam A1 Provincial Champs!
PeeWee A2 Provincial Champs!
BWC PeeWee A2 Tier 2 Playoff Champs
Atom A1s win PCAHA Championship
Atom A2s win Presidents Series
Bantam A2 win Final Four! On to Provincials
Congrats to our Bantam A1, PeeWee A1, Atom A1 and Atom A4 on winning their League Banners
Enjoy the Journey
There are 3 times when we can help our child’s performance and create great memories:
Before the game
During the game
After the game
Before the first game of the season
Ask yourself the following questions:
Then ask you child the same questions.
If your child’s answers are the same as yours, then great! If they’re not, then drop yours and accept theirs. They are the ones playing hockey.
The reality is that 75% of kids are out of organized sports by age 13. Why? The majority cites parental expectations and behaviour as the number one cause.
So “release them to the game.” Let this activity be theirs. Let them control it. Let this be the risk that they take to learn their life lessons: how to succeed on your own, how to deal with mistakes, how to talk to their boss etc. Empower them to become the very people we all know and hope they can be.
How do you know if you’re not “releasing” them?
You continue to share the credit when things go well. “We won.” No, they won.
You find yourself trying to solve all the problems that come up during the season. Let children learn how to deal with this on their own.
You catch yourself yelling at an official during the game.
You try to continue to coach them when they know more about the sport than you do.
They try to avoid you after the game, or they’re embarrassed by your involvement.
During the game
Be there. Or miss some, let them bring back to you what they thought was important.
Model appropriate behaviour. If 90% of parents think spectator behaviour is a problem, but 99% say it’s not me, then who is it?
One instructional voice. This is the voice of the coach. Kids find it very confusing when they hear multiple voices. Encouraging is OK.
Focus on the team. Watch both teams play; don’t just focus on your child.
Choose one role. There are 4 roles, player, coach, referee, and spectator. Everyone gets to be one of these. One.
After the game
When kids are asked about their worst memories from athletics, the most consistent answer is the car ride home.
Here’s how to make that car ride home a positive:
Save your analysis. Don’t analyze their play, the referees, their teammates, the coaching, etc.
Give your athlete time and space. Kids need time and space to recover. Some may need an hour, others need a week.
Be a confidence builder. What can you say to do that? 5 simple words after every game: “I love watching you play.”
Member's Open Ice: Friday 12-2pm Sat and Sun 10am-2pm
Rob Blankstein- MHA Chair
Terry Shein - General Manager
Maco Balkovec - Hockey Director
Divisional Manager - Ravinder Gill and Roxanne Reid
Joe Saloustros- Head Coach C1
Burt Henderson - Head Coach C2
Joe Saloustros- Head Coach C1
Doug Macdonald -Head Coach C2
Peter Schaefer - Head Coach C1
Brad Reynolds - Head Coach C2
James Sullivan- Head Coach C3
Divisional Manager: Megumi Mizuno
Curtis Fraser - Head Coach A1
Darcy Pinch- Head Coach A2
James Sullivan- Head Coach A3
Dylan Champman- Head Coach A4
Jeff Scheffel- Head Coach A5
Divisional Manager: Derek Usher
Bill Hunt - Head Coach A1
Sinclair Kim- Head Coach A2
Angelo Scigliano Head Coach A3
Bryan Kim- Head Coach A4
Ryan Robinson - Head Coach A5
Divisional Manager: Sheldon Evers
Jim Cammazola- Head Coach A1
Saylor Preston Head Coach A2