Women Hockey Programs


Testimonial "We have had David Trombley & his staff work with our women's team on several occasions. He really engages the players and makes it fun for the entire team. He’s clearly passionate about what he does. We recommend David and Hockey Extreme to any team looking to step up their game!"-Player Elizabeth

Women's Summer Hockey League


"NEW" 2 Divisions, Competitive & House League at Leaside arena
- a coach will be provided to work with teams offering positive feedback to help enhance your ability to play a smarter team game
- we offer a friendly and respectful place to enjoy playing hockey
- teams will be created through team and individual entries
- players who register as an individual will be notified by Feb.1st if they are on a team

TEAM REGISTRATION
- a non-refundable deposit must be made to secure a team spot
- each player on your team MUST register as an individual through our registration system by JAN.25
- the team fee is equal to 13 individual registrations at the Early Bird price + HST
- No more than 18 skaters per team, including substitutions, excluding goalies
- email us and we will make it easy for your team to register

DIVISIONS
- Competitive division will be for players who enjoy a good intense game without the win-at-all cost mentality.
- Competitive players have played for many years and are very good skaters with effective stick handling and shooting skills.
- House League division players are competent skaters who have either aged gracefully and lost some of their skills and speed
- House leauge players need to improve on skills such as puck handling, shooting, and positional team play.
- Example, if your team is entering the House League Division then all your players must be House League. If you have a Competitive Division level player on your house league team then your team must play in the Competitive Division.
- Women's Skill Levels can be viewed at the bottom of this page.

TEAM BALANCING
- in the interest of fair play and fun, we will try to create balance teams from the start with the non-team entries
- during the first 3 games, the convenor will work at balancing these teams and accommodating friend request
- our goal is to achieve a competitive balance amongst all teams to a reasonable level with the players registered

"NEW" SCHEDULE
- Game times: Tuesday 7pm, 8pm, 9pm, 10pm & Wednesday 7pm
- 12 Games Schedule begin May 28
- Leaside Arena has scheduled ice maintenace from May 12-26 (once every 5 years)

"NEW" NO LOANING OF HOCKEY JERSEYS
- Each team must have a complete set of jerseys....no mismatch
- If your team does not have a complete set then you must Buy Jerseys
- We have jerseys for sale. Call if you need to purchase a set of jerseys
       
Women's Summer League 2019 League Begins May 28 $50 Early Bird Fee ends Mar.31 270.00 + HST
2 Divisions 7pm, 8pm, 9pm, 10pm Skater Fee 320.00 + HST
Leaside Arena 12 weeks Goalies free
       


 
Get Fit with Hockey



This fun course, Get Fit with Hockey, will cover the full package of hockey while having fun and keeping fit. The Fall & Winter sessions will cover power skating, puck skills & shooting, positioning and battles, and a fun game. Our focus for skating will be on developing a better understanding using your edges and increasing your confidence and speed. You will learn how to strengthen puck-handling skills and improve your shots.

In addition, the program will progress to different breakout and transition strategies used in a hockey game. This program includes a fun game for a complete developmental experience reviewing exercises learned throughout the sessions. We promote "Fair and Safe Play" during our drills and hockey games.

Recommended for Men and Women who are Beginner & Intermediate Rec players.

*This a Morning program.

       
Co-Ed, Fall Sep.25 to Dec.11 Early Bird Fee 300.00 + HST
Leaside Arena Tue 9:30-10:30am Fee 325.00 + HST
Co-Ed, Winter Jan.15 to Mar.05 Early Bird Fee email
Angela James Tue 10-11am Fee email
       


Shooting & Puck Skills


6-7pm: Shooting & Puck Skills
- Summer, Thursday July 4 to August 15 at Leaside arena
- Early Bird Fee of $200.00 + HST ends March 31


Description: This Co-Ed program is about developing a better shot. You will learn the proper techniques to improve power, accuracy, and control of the wrist shot, snap shot, slap shot, flip shot, and backhand shot. Plus the player will learn how to increase their puck skills to deke, stick handle and control the puck with confidence. Overall, this fun program develops the areas of a sniper. Recommended for All Skill Levels who are Rec players.


Power Skating Skills


7-8pm: Power Skating
- Summer, Thursday July 4 to August 15 at Leaside arena
- Early Bird Fee of $200.00 + HST ends March 31


Description: In this Co-Ed program your will become a more confident, stronger, and faster skater. You will learn properly how to skate using your edges to stop, skate forwards and backwards, add power turns and pivots, followed by forwards and backwards cross-overs. In addition, how the hockey stick plays a big part in your balance and skating speed. Drills will be broken down into simpler parts so you will understand where your corrections are needed to improve. Recommended for All Skill Levels who are Rec players.




 
Hockey Skills & Tactics, Low/Intermediate Rec


FALL & WINTER FORMAT

The skills portion of the program, we use a lot of different drills to simulate patterns that are used during the hockey game. There will be lots of skating, passing, and shooting to increase confidence with the puck and transition strategies on how to play a better game. We mix up the classes from full ice to small groups to focus on skating and developing a better understanding using your edges and increasing your speed and acceleration.

League Play Focus (10-11pm):
We are actively coaching during the games to help players to understand how to become a better and smarter player. Questions are encouraged with the bench coach.

We promote "Fair and Safe Play" during our drills and hockey games.

Recommended for Low & Intermediate Rec players. Co-ed, the ratio of men to women will be approximately 5:1.


SUMMER FORMAT

Thursday Schedule: Click Here

In this NEW program, teams will now receive a team-specific practice from 8-9pm. Each of the 3 teams will receive equal opportunity for games, skills sessions and team practices.

Team practice focus:
Each team will receive 4 team practices. The 8-9pm skate will go as follows. 15 minutes of a good warm up with Power skating skills, 25 minutes of Team concepts, 10 minutes to end with good intensity skating, passing, & shooting skills.

Team concepts that will be covered:
1. positional play for breakouts & transitional play
2. defensive zone coverage & responsibilities
3. how to set up and create scoring chances on a power play
4. how to play with team-mates who are a different skill level
- we are always open to request but this is the basic plan

Skills & League Play Focus (9-11pm):
We are actively coaching during the games to help players to understand how to become a better and smarter player. Questions are encouraged with the bench coach. The skills portion of the program, we use a lot of different drills to simulate patterns that are used during the hockey game. There will be lots of skating, passing, and shooting to increase confidence with the puck and transition strategies on how to play a better game.

We promote "Fair and Safe Play" during our drills and hockey games.

The ratio of men to women will be approximately 5:1.

       
Co-Ed, Fall on Thu, 9-11pm Oct.4 to Dec.20 Early Bird Fee 515.00 + HST
  2 hrs per skate Skater Fee 570.00 + HST
Agincourt Arena   Goalies free
Co-Ed, Winter on Thu, 9-11pm Jan.10 to Mar.28 Early Bird Fee 515.00 + HST
  2 hrs per skate Skater Fee 570.00 + HST
Agincourt Arena   Goalies free
       
Co-Ed, Summer on Thu, 8-11pm May 30 to August 15 Early Bird Fee ends Mar.31 470.00 + HST
  3 Team Format Skater Fee 520.00 + HST
Leaside Arena   Goalies free

 
Hockey Skills & Tactics, High Rec


FALL & WINTER FORMAT

This dynamic course is an active skating, passing, and shooting program. If you want to become an effective tactical player to improve your hockey strategies and understanding of the game then this is for you! The skills portion of the program, we use a lot of different drills to simulate patterns that are used during the hockey game. There will be lots of skating, passing, and shooting to increase confidence with the puck and transition strategies on how to play a better game.

League Play Focus (10-11pm):
We are actively coaching during the games to help players to understand how to become a better and smarter player. Questions are encouraged with the bench coach.

We promote "Fair and Safe Play" during our drills and hockey games.

Recommended for Low & Intermediate Rec players. Co-ed, the ratio of men to women will be approximately 5:1.


SUMMER FORMAT

Wednesday Schedule: Click Here

In this NEW program, teams will now receive a team-specific practice from 8-9pm. Each of the 3 teams will receive equal opportunity for games, skills sessions and team practices.

Team practice focus:
Each team will receive 4 team practices. The 8-9pm skate will go as follows. 15 minutes of a good warm up with Power skating skills, 25 minutes of Team concepts, 10 minutes to end with good intensity skating, passing, & shooting skills.

Team concepts that will be covered:
1. positional play for breakouts & transitional play
2. defensive zone coverage & responsibilities
3. how to set up and create scoring chances on a power play
4. how to play with team-mates who are a different skill level
- we are always open to request but this is the basic plan

Skills & League Play Focus (9-11pm):
We are actively coaching during the games to help players to understand how to become a better and smarter player. Questions are encouraged with the bench coach. The skills portion of the program, we use a lot of different drills to simulate patterns that are used during the hockey game. There will be lots of skating, passing, and shooting to increase confidence with the puck and transition strategies on how to play a better game.

We promote "Fair and Safe Play" during our drills and hockey games.

The ratio of men to women will be approximately 5:1.

       
Co-Ed, Fall on Wed, 9:15-11:15pm Oct.3 to Dec.19 Early Bird Skater Fee 515.00 + HST
  2 hrs per skate Skater Fee 570.00 + HST
McGregor Park Arena   Goalies free
Co-Ed, Winter on Wed, 9:15-11:15pm Jan.09 to Mar.20 Early Bird Skater Fee 515.00 + HST
  2 hrs per skate Skater Fee 570.00 + HST
McGregor Park Arena   Goalies free
       
Co-Ed, Summer on Wed, 8-11pm May 29 to August 14 Early Bird Fee ends Mar.31 470.00 + HST
  3 Team Format Skater Fee 520.00 + HST
Leaside Arena   Goalies free
       


 
Dry Pad Skills


Dry Pad Skills are at Leaside Arena

REGISTRATION CLOSED - NEW ROOF BEING INSTALLED SUMMER 2019

Located at Leaside arena on rink B, the dry pad will be used as a shooting ground to improve your shot in a safe environment. There will be several stations to keep you occupied and engaged to improve stick handling skills like the McDavid station, the Dangle station, and the Rebound station. Check out the stations.

STATIONS
1. Target shooting station: Shooting can be boring...I've been there when I was shooting about 500 shots a day. So what do we do...there will be fun games to play, targets to hit, targets to knock down, and games to play with a buddy to help rid the boredom of shooting the puck. A shooting buddy and a goal sheet (tracking the # of shots) are great ways to keep focused and coming back. Also adding a reward (DQ treat or something) to the first one to get to 1000 shots. Make it fun.

2. Private lesson station: available for private 1on1 time to step up your game a little quicker. $10/15mins

3. McDavid station: Train like Connor McDavid. Speed ladder training plus stick handling at the same time. There will be progressive steps to improve your quick feet and then add the hockey stick and puck for quick hands. Hey...you want to step up your game...this is one station you must work to help your game.

4. Dangle station: Dangle like the "Best" and see your game go to new heights. Specialized equipment and progressive exercises to grow your confidence with the puck. Forehand toe drag, backhand toe drag, one hand, behind the back, quick hands, and much more to feel the puck on your stick.

5. Rebound station: Receive the puck confidently and with soft hands but how do you develop those soft hands....it's at the Rebound station. Our equipment is the latest in hockey skill development and this station will allow you to pass accurately, hard and receive the puck with confidence.

6. The "Rock" station: Yes....like the "Rock", you need strength to be better with the puck. Now I'm uncertain if the "Rock" can skate but our fun and new ways of increasing strength will eventually make your passing and shooting the puck harder than before.

All equipment is supplied so you just need to bring your helmet, gloves and hockey sticks. Be ready to step up your game this summer.


Dry Pad Schedule
Closed for Summer 2019 - new roof being installed


Rules: To be allowed on the DRY PAD, you must have a membership. All coaches, parents, scouts and friends who would like to enter and be on the dry pad must have a membership, no exceptions. No Membership...No Entry.


Full Membership Fee is $$ + HST
Your membership allows you to attend any day, any time listed on the schedule.
Recommended for boys, girls and adults of all ages and skill levels who want to improve their shot and puck skills.




 
Goalie Opportunities


Goalie Opportunities

1.) Play in our Women's Recreation Summer Hockey League.
2.) Hockey Skills & Tactics, enhance your goalie skills with a 1 hour skill session and 1 hour hockey game.
Upon request we would be able to arrange for a goalie instructor to attend on a schedule that works for you to help step up your game. Extra fee involved for the goalie instructor.



 
Client's testimonials:


"Hi David...I love your hockey league and your setup for us hockey players. Great coaches...great women...great hockey…doesn't get any better than that!"
A Satisfied Player - Debbie Higgs

"David, I want to take a second to tell you that your program is terrific. All your coaches provide effective advice and encouragement. It's exactly what I need. Thanks!!"
A Satisified Player - Juen Lau

"Many thanks to you and your staff for providing us with excellent coaching. Professional coaches for every game set your league apart. We are learning a lot and having a great time!"
A Satisfied Player - Paula Lombardi

"Thanks Dave. You run a great league! The coaching staff and their pointers, the players all had good attitudes and just the overall league was run really well.
A Satisfied Player - Camille Rattan

 
Total Immersion Program


An entire day focused on improving your game. You will hit the ice and focus on face-off alignments and what to do when you win/lose the draw. Where to be positioned for d-zone coverage that lead to breakouts and how to attack to score goals and forecheck your opponent effectively. Inaddition, there will be time spent on individual puck skills and how to shoot the puck harder. Our drills are broken down into simple parts and then progressed so you can fully understand everything.

It does not stop there....you will also have a hockey game and be coached on everything you learned or need to know on how to play the game smarter. In conclusion....there will be a special guest speaker, Dr.Naomi Kupferstein, to help you step up your game with pre-game warm up, stretching, and post game exercises. This amazing program comes once a year...plan to attend!

The program includes 3 hours on ice and is designed so you will be able to endure and have fun the entire time with us.
Date to be announced
 
Women's RECREATION Hockey Skill Levels


Competitive Division:
These players enjoy good intense games without the win-at-all cost mentality. Most players have played for many years and are very good skaters with effective stick handling and shooting skills. They understand that coaching can add to their enjoyment and ability to understand how to play a smarter team game. This recreational player wants friendly competition, where she can compete to win and have fun. She’s a good recreational hockey player and can be of any age. Players who fit the Competitive Division criteria can enter as a team, group, or individual. We will try to keep a team together but we can enforce the New Balancing Act.

Note: Players currently at the Senior Women’s ‘A’ level or players who are just fresh out of university hockey are at a higher level. If the league determines your skill level is significantly higher than the rest of the league then unfortunately that player will be asked to leave the league. Call the office at 416.410.8993 to discuss as we want to make sure you are at the correct level.

House League Division:
Players at this level are competent skaters who have either aged gracefully and lost some of their skills and speed, taken a hiatus from hockey. This player has a general knowledge of the game but needs to improve on skills such as puck handling, shooting, and positional team play. These players are of all ages, eager to be coached and have fun, in a friendly-respectful, competitive way. Players who fit the House League Division criteria can enter as a team, group, or individual. We will try to keep a team together but we can enforce the New Balancing Act.

Beginner:
These players are slower skaters even after many years of practising. They need to work on all areas of their game such as their skating, puck handling and shooting skills if they want to become a House League player.

Team Entries
If you are entering as a team, then all your players must be at or below the level of competition you are entering. For example, if your team is entering the House League Division level then all your players must be House League or almost at the House League level. If you have a Competitive Division level player on your team then your team must play in the Competitive Division. We will try to keep a team together but we can enforce the New Balancing Act.

Still unsure of your skill level?
Call the office at 416.410.8993 to discuss as we want to make sure you are at the correct level.

 
Policies, Cancellations and Refunds


Hockey Extreme reserves the right to decline the applicant enrollment in the camp/league/program and terminate participation in the camp/league/program, without refund for conduct by the participant detrimental to the best interest of the camp/league/program and other participants.

Cancellations made more than 6 weeks prior to the start of a camp/league/program, a full refund will be provided minus a $40.00 administration fee. NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS for cancellations received less than 6 weeks prior to a scheduled start of a camp/league/program. If accompanied by a doctor’s note, a refund will be given only if your spot can be filled by another participant. The refund is pro-rated on the date the new participant starts the program minus a $40 administration fee.

NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS for sessions missed due to illness, holidays, competitions, injuries or management disputes. You are responsible for knowing the programs you registered for and if you show up or not, your hours at the camp/league/program are considered used. Hours are non-transferrable from one participant to another.




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