Little Kids Hockey
This parent & child hockey course will get your little ones off to the right hockey start. Help your child learn the fundamentals of hockey in a fun and supportive environment. Highly qualified instructors will teach basic hockey skills, refresh skating fundamentals, and facilitate scrimmages.
Kids Hockey 1
This is the first step in learning to play hockey. Skaters must be able to skate forwards and backwards, stop and turn. (Kids Skate level 2) Instructors will teach basic hockey skills like puck handling, passing, and shooting while focusing on correct stick placement and posture.
Kids Hockey 2
Skaters must be able to skate forwards and backwards with speed, stop on both sides, and can perform basic puck handling skills. Common hockey drills are introduced, with a focus on individual skill such as hockey stance, hand positions on stick, stationary puck control, passing, shooting and individual tactics.
Kids Hockey 3
Skaters will learn more advanced skating and hockey skills. More complex drills are covered with a focus on advanced puck handling skills, open ice striding with and without pucks, gap control, one touch passing and shooting, and playing strategies.
Timbits-Novice Power Skating
For kids in their first, second, or third year of hockey who can skate forwards, backwards, stop, and turn. We will teach skills like two foot stops, c-cuts tight turns, and improve balance, stride and coordination on skates.
Atom - Peewee Power Skating
We will break down skating skills to correct common mistakes and improve their skating technique. Each class will have a specific focus; for example explosive starts and stops, forward stride, backward movement, turning and crossovers using inside and outside edge control and overspeed crossovers.
Adult Power 1
Are you new to hockey or ringette, and can skate forwards, backwards, stop and turn? We will teach skating skills like two foot stops, c-cuts, right turns, crossovers and improve balance, stride & edges.
Adult Power 2
For those who've been playing hockey or ringette for a season or two, and completed Power 1. Focus is on improving balance, edges and speed while performing fundamental skating skills.
Adult Power 3
Want to benefit from expert skating instruction to become a more efficient skater? We will break down your skating skills to correct common mistakes and improve your skating technique to increase efficiency on your blades.
Adult Hockey 1
This is the first step in learning to play hockey. You must be able to skate forwards and backwards, stop on both sides, and perform a variety of turns. Instructors will teach basic hockey skills like puck handling, passing, and shooting while focusing on correct stick placement and posture.
Adult Hockey 2
After mastering the introductory skills in Hockey 1, you'll be ready for this next step in improving your game. Instructors will continue to focus on puck handling skills, passing, and shooting all while moving. Course includes a 10-15 minute scrimmage to help expand your understanding of the game.
Adult Hockey 3
Want to improve your game? more complex drills are covered such as advanced puck handling skills, open ice striding with and without pucks, gap control, one touch passing, shooting, and playing strategies.
Non Checking Ice Hockey
Winter 2019 registration opens Nov 12.
Please note that due to the alloted ice time, the ice hockey season will be shorter this year, ending Mar. 17. 21 team spaces this semester. As such, intramurals will ONLY be able to take time playing requests, NOT DAYS unfortunately.
Rip one from the point, Go top shelf, Stack the pads!
Intramural Sports offers ice hockey players a wide selection of leagues to choose from. All leagues are tiered to allow you to select the type of competition that suits you.
Teams will be scheduled for 8 regular season games. All competitive ice hockey leagues will have standings, officials, and playoffs.
"A" - Players will have advanced skills and knowledge of the rules. They would have played at an elite level within a city league. Teams are highly competitive.
"B" - Players will have intermediate to advanced skills and firm knowledge of the rules. They would have played at a competitive level within a city league. Teams are still competitive.
"C" - Players are relatively new to the sport - still learning the skills and will have basic knowledge of the rules. Empasis is on fun over competition. Teams want the competitive atmosphere. No slap shots.
All division descriptions are a base guideline.
Summer Adult Power Skating and Hockey Skills
Improve your skating; improve your game. If you play hockey, we teach and emphasize proper technique, form, speed and skill as they apply to the game. Please note: Power Skating is for those who already have a solid foundation of basic skating skills, it is not a learn to skate program.
These camp-like programs run multiple times per week for the month of August and will have you in shape for the upcoming hockey season.
Notes: this is an instructional program, therefor full ice scrimmage time is limited, but you’ll be challenged by small area games and drills to put your game skills into practice.
Dinos Hockey Camps
Lace up for an excellent hockey experience at a Dinos Hockey Camp this summer! Participants will benefit from technical training and be led by current and former University of Calgary players and coaches. Hit the ice to hone your individual skills and learn advanced team play and tactics. Step off the ice and put your training into overdrive with dry-land training, team building games an video sessions.
Goalies will get individual instruction, but will also be part of the player’s camp, which allows them to incorporate what they have worked on with the instructors.
Ages (Players born in)
Novice 2010-2011 Atom 2008-2009 Pee Wee 2006-2007
Bantam 2004-2005 Midget 2001-2003
Please register in the age group that you player will going into for the 2018-19 season.
Please note that this program is delivered by Dinos Athletics and registered through UofC Active Living.