The Jr Flames Learn To Play Program is designed for kids aged 3 and 4. This program provides an outlet for beginner players to gain an insight into the game of hockey. BVHS coaches will teach these young players the FUNdamentals of the game through station based activities and small area games. During each ice session our instructors will focus on a variety of skill sets including forward and backward skating, basic balance, skating, turning, puck control, passing and shooting.
For the three year olds, we do encourage that a parent comes on ice to assist with their child.
Players need to be able to get up and down on their own without assistance and they should be able to shuffle across the ice without assistance prior to registering for this program.
Our program will be lead by Trevor Morgan along with paid coaches. We also welcome parent volunteer coaches who would like to come on ice and help coach. If you would like to be a volunteer coach or a have any questions with this program please email Trevor Morgan - Trevor@morganhockey.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Final Ice Time of the Program includes a Cross Ice Feature Game with Player Introductions, O' Canada, and a light show!!!
The Spring Program will be limited to 36 Participants.
This Program is open to players from any community. You do not have to be a BV Member to Register for this Program.
- 10 Ice Times
- Jr Flames Jersey
- Feature Game with medal presentation
April 8 - June 10, 2020
All Ice times take place from 5:00-6:00pm
The Jr Flames Program will be instructed by experienced instructors who have the knowledge, passion and abilities to eﬀectively and eﬃciently teach your son or daughter.
Seton YMCA Arena B - 4995 Market St SE, Calgary, AB AB T3M 2P9
Please contact Trevor Morgan if you have any questions- email@example.com
Registration for the 2020 Jr Flames Spring Program Opens on October 26, 2019
Registration is $280 + Service Fees and includes 10 Ice Times, Jersey and a Water Bottle.
Hockey Equipment Information.
If you are new to hockey, please click here to learn how to put the equipment on.
Hockey Sticks should be cut off between the players chin and nose while on skates. Tape should be put on both the butt end and blade of the stick.
Skates should be sharpened prior to the first ice time. Skates out of the box are not sharp, they need to be sharpened.