In Season Training Starts in October

Our “In Season” training programs start up in October.  We are currently scheduling Private, Semi-Private, Small Group, and Group sessions for Major Bantam, Bantam, Pee Wee, and Atom players.  Programs are designed to maximize athletic development opportunities at each age level.

We strongly believe in the same philosophy that Hockey Canada is promoting – Long Term Athlete Development.  Our training programs provide opportunities to develop athletic strengths and skills in an off ice venue further enhancing our athletes’ passion and enjoyment of sports.  We also ensure that program design facilitates improvement of each athlete’s Primary and Secondary fitness indicators within a fun and competitive environment.

For more information, contact cari@outsideedge.ca.

Spring Hockey – 2017 Tryouts

Outside Edge will be holding tryouts for 2005, 2006, and 2009 born players on September 30th and October 28th.

To register for the tryout process, you must complete the online registration form:  Register Online.

Check the Tryout Schedule frequently as times are subject to change in order to accommodate the number of registrations.

The 2005 and 2006 Spring programs will each feature 30 hours of on ice, 15 hours of off ice, 4.5 hours of classroom time and 2 tournaments.

The 2009 Spring program will feature 18 hours of on ice, 3 hours of off ice (stick handling, passing, and shooting) and 1 tournaments.

For more information, contact:  chris@outsideedge.ca

 

 

Coach Strople Heads to China!

Outside Edge coaches and athletes would like to congratulate one of our Lead Instructors – Paul Strople – for landing the Chinese Women’s Olympic Development Head Coach position.

Paul left for China yesterday and will be spending the next two winters as Head Coach of the Women’s Olympic Development program.  This is the second time that Paul has gone to China in this role.  The first time resulted in successful qualification for the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver.

We look forward to checking in with Paul on the progress of the Olympic Development program and learning more from his International experience.