SBMHA Tentative Tryout Schedule
|Sat Sept 9||am||afternoon||pm|
|Sun Sept 10||am||afternoon||pm|
|Sat Sept 16||am||am & pm||am|
|Sun Sept 17||–||afternoon||–|
|Fri Sept 22||pm||–||–|
|Sat Sept 23||–||am||afternoon|
|Sun Sept 24||afternoon||–||am|
|Minor Peewee ( 2006 ) will start Sept 18th|
|Peewee ( 2005 ) will start Sept 20th|
|Bantam ( 2003 & 2004 ) will start on Sept 21st|
|Midget ( 2002 ,2001 ,2000 ) will start Sept 27th|
Exact times and groupings will be posted after registration closes
SBMHA Hockey registration is now open
- Click on the blue tab at the top of the site to register for hockey
- Registration will close August 31
- Visa and Mastercard can be used during the online process or cheques can be mailed to PO Box 48125 Lakewood Winnipeg, MB, R2J 4A3 or dropped off in the mailbox at 18 Black Pearl Cove
- Friend requests can only be made for the co-ed timbits programs and this is available during the registration process
- You must choose the community club you belong to based on your address and pay that fee along with the hockey registration fee
FULL PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED IN ORDER FOR YOUR CHILD TO GO ON THE ICE FOR ANY SKATES
AA Railcat tryout registration
To try out for AA Railcats you must register on this site (SBMHA) and pay the full fee and community club fee AND also register for the tryout on the AA Railcat site. If your child makes the Railcat team the fees paid will be transferred to their Railcat team.
AAA Warrior tryout registration- REGISTRATION CLOSES AUGUST 29
To try out for AAA Warriors you must register on the Hockey Winnipeg site and register here. When registering here please choose the AAA option which has no fee and also pay your respective community club fee. If your child makes the AAA team you will be asked to provide a copy of your receipt indicating you have registered with SBMHA and paid the community club fee. If your child is released from the AAA tryouts then at that time please register and pay the full amount due on this site (SBMHA) and also register for the AA Railcat tryouts at that time
- Questions can be emailed to :
- Cheryl – email@example.com or
- Linda – firstname.lastname@example.org
Hockey Manitoba Novice changes
Beginning in the 2017-2018 season, players in the Novice age category (7-8 yrs) will play on a modified ice surface – slightly over half the size of a normal hockey rink – until December 31st each season. Games after December 31st within each hockey season may be played on full-ice. SBMHA will be implementing this directive starting in the 2017-18 season.
This new format continues age appropriate modifications into the Novice Program with the Long Term Player Development model and philosophy as the fundamental basis for change. Players at the Novice level require a continued focus on physical literacy while also beginning to develop some of the more advanced individual skills inherent in the game. By moving from cross-ice at Initiation to half-ice at Novice, we increase the size of the ice surface in accordance with the increase in the size of player. This modified ice will continue to provide players with an environment that is more inclusive, competitive and conducive to skill development through puck touches and puck control, shots, passes completed, transitions, decision making, puck support, overall involvement…and FUN! In addition, with the creation of the new Development Zone, kids will have up to 40% more ice time during games!
Additional information on the changes can be found on the Hockey Manitoba website.
posted: April 19, 2017
2015-16 Initiation Program changes
Hockey Manitoba has passed the following changes for the Initiation Program. SBMHA will be adopting the changes starting with the 2015-16 season.
INITIATION PROGRAM CHANGES:
While many other sport organizations have modified their games to focus on ensuring that all young players are having fun and developing basic skills, hockey is one of the last sports to follow suit. It is important for the Long Term Athlete Development Framework that our sport joins the motion of developing fundamental skills and physical literacy before gearing towards competition. Though competition is neither good nor bad, it is important for the players to learn athleticism and sportsmanship before being rushed beyond their maturation and skill set. In an effort to embrace these concepts Hockey Manitoba has moved forward with the following motion applicable to the Initiation Program for the 2015-16 season.
All games and practices at the initiation level shall use modified ice surfaces consisting of cross-ice sections as of the 2015-16 season.
RATIONALE FOR CHANGE:
Long term player development research shows us that reducing the size of the playing surface offers more opportunity for skill development and greater participation from all players. More decisions, quicker reactions, finding open space, reading pressure, offensive/defensive body position, puck pressure, containment, etc… all of which equals an improved hockey sense. More puck touches, more passes, more shots, and more fun…all of which helps with player retention.
Further information is available on the Hockey Manitoba website: http://www.hockeymanitoba.ca/players/ip-program
posted: July 28, 2015
The Drill Book for Coaches
TheDrillbook.com is a free coaching and player development platform that delivers cutting edge on-ice programming, coaching assistance, and practice planning tools. Coaches registered within Winnipeg Minor Hockey will have the opportunity to utilize the resources available through TheDrillbook.com during the 2014-15 season.
“This partnership is a great opportunity for our volunteer coaches throughout Winnipeg. We want to provide our coaches high quality resources and information to assist them in the growth and development of our great game,” says Monte Miller, Executive Director of Hockey Winnipeg.
The platform will custom load information, practice plans and videos based on the age level of team/players. The software is state of the art technology and the delivery system allows coaches to access a wealth of information and knowledge and share this information with their players and parents quickly and easily. Coaches also can build practices in video, and manage all aspects of their team activities.
posted: Nov 12. 2014