National Coaches Week

National Coaches Week


From Sept. 18-26, Hockey Canada celebrates National Coaches Week, a recognition of the positive impact coaches have on athletes and on their communities from coast to coast to coast. Join in the celebration as we say #ThanksCoach with video and written content featured at HockeyCanada.ca and across Hockey Canada’s social media channels – Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

The road to becoming a head coach has not been easy for Jason Payne, but his passion and drive have made him the only active Black bench boss in North American pro hockey.
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Olympic and Paralympic coaches Jon Cooper, Troy Ryan and Ken Babey share lessons from their coaching journeys.
Piper Hays and Hayley Palmer have benefitted from a push by the Vancouver Angels to get more women behind the bench.
Armed with experience, education and passion, Noémie Tanguay has found success behind the bench with Limoilou.
Janelle Forcand is an advocate for women in coaching and helps those entering the coaching world find opportunities.
The Hockey Canada Foundation is teaming up with U SPORTS to increase the number of women getting behind the bench.
No Canadian coach has spent more time at the World Juniors than André Tourigny, who is facing his toughest task.
Hockey Canada is helping women earn coach certification and developing role models for the next generation.
From U15 AAA to the WHL and now the World Juniors, Bowen Byram and Michael Dyck have shared a unique journey.
By stressing both fun and fundamentals, Samantha Holmes-Domagala is helping young girls fall in love with hockey.
A world champion as a player, Teresa Hutchinson has focused her passion on coaching, working with the next generation.
Just two years after retiring, Steve Arsenault has worked his way back to Team Canada, this time behind the bench.
Hockey Canada Skills Academies are poised to establish a network of young hockey coaches in New Brunswick.
Amy de Bree organized a female-focused webinar series that brought together a community of leaders and athletes.
Stéphanie Grenier is guiding her three daughters – and hundreds of other girls – through their minor hockey journeys.
A BFL Female Coach of the Year recipient, Callie Langmead operates with one goal in mind: get more girls on the ice.
The Women Master Coach Developer program is equipping women with the training to develop more coaches.
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