Three Canadians inducted into the IIHF Hall of Fame:
Canada’s National Men’s Team eliminated in quarter-finals at 2013 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship
A Life in the Game: Aldoff’s long journey in hockey leads him to the RBC Cup
The purpose of this program is a result of direct action Hockey Canada and its
member branches have taken since the Coaching Association of Canada’s evaluation of the NCCP in 1995 and the
Molson Open Ice Summit on player development of 1999.
In both events, it was determined that the mentoring of coaches at all levels and specifically minor hockey is the key to the future growth of coaching in Canada. The ultimate outcome is improved athlete development through the establishment of a national coach mentoring program.
A series of specialty clinics have been developed to offer coaches a practical session on teaching various skills, tactics and systems. This proactive approach will also open the doors of communication and provide a non-threatening environment for coaches to further pursue a mentor.