Date Time Arena Group
Sat Sept 10 7:30 - 8:30 am Rutland West 1
8:45 - 9:45 am Rutland West 2
10:00 - 11:00 am Rutland West 3
11:15 am - 12:15 pm Rutland West 4
12:30 - 1:30 pm Rutland West 5
Sun Sept 11 6:30 - 7:30 am Rutland East 2
7:45 - 8:45 am Rutland East 3
9:00 - 10:00 am Rutland East 4
10:15 - 11:15 am Rutland East 5
11:30 am - 12:30 pm Rutland East 1
Sun Sept 18 6:30 - 7:30 am CNC 1 3
7:45 - 8:45 am CNC 1 4
9:00 - 10:00 am CNC 1 5
10:15 - 11:15 am CNC 1 1
11:30 am - 12:30 pm CNC 1 2
Sat Sept 24 6:30 - 7:35 am Memorial 4
6:30 - 7:35 am CNC 1 5
7:00 - 8:15 am Rutland West 1
7:40 - 8:45 am Memorial 2
7:40 - 8:45 am CNC 1 3
Sun Sept 25 6:15 - 7:30 am CNC 2 1
6:45 - 7:45 am  Rutland West 3
7:00 - 8:00 am  Rutland East 4
7:30 - 8:35 am CNC 1 2
8:40 - 9:45 am CNC 1 5
Group 1
Theo Abel
Louana Achtymichuk
Jasper Allen
Alexander Alteen
Henry Baese
Tyson Baird
Dash Ballard
Jaiden Barnett
Brooks Barnstable
Jack Beaton
Rosalie Becker
Parker Bell
Griffin Bernard
Bennett Black
Jake Boyer
Drew Boyko
Linden Breitkreuz
James Buick
Rowen Buick
Thiago Caldwell Medina
Logan Carpenter
Roenick Cescon
Ellis Chernoff
Theo Cochrane
Connor Collins
Thayden Cordes
Maze Craigen
Rhodes Davy
Kade Deglan
Andrew Deleurme
Benjamin Drebit
Wesley Drexler
William Egan
Spencer Elliott
Zachary Faasse
Leighton Ferreira
Mikka Fletcher
Group 2
Penn Francis
Gunnar Franson
Nevin Garcha
Lincoln Gardner
Tanner Garrison
Ryan Ghannad
Santiago Gibbon
Jovin Gill
Nevan Gill
Charlotte Giroux
Faith Glavey
Cooper Chilton
Nathan Groves
Greyden Guttman
Tavius Halwa
Jericho Hamilton
Max Harrison
Jack Hoogendam
Lucas Houchen
Maxwell Humphries
Benjamin Humphries
Harlow Ikle
Drew Jones
Valentino Keller
Jacob Kerr
Rider Kuhn
Nate Lafleur
Kai Laforet
Beau Laverdiere
Miles Lebeter
Evangeline Lee
Scarlett Locurto
Ava Lopes
Sage Lorentz
Tyler Mosset
Max Wilson
Group 3
Mason Loverin
Asher Luypen
Tatum Madder
Braden Marchuk
Paxton Marees
Tenley Marsh
Maddix Master
Gage Master
Campbell Matthews
Emmett Mcclelland
Jacob Mcivor
Marla Mclean
Jaxon Mcnaughton
Gage Mercier
Greyson Miljkovic
Thomas Morelli
Torin Mulligan
Wyatt Obrand
Charlee Oliver
Liam Orourke
Oliver Osborne
Blair Pachenski
Logan Parker
Shay Pendray
Bo Pendray
Lucas Penneway
Georgie Poitras
Ellery Poitras
Clarke Pollard
Duncan Popoff
Audrey Pumphrey
Grace Pyper
Leo Ranger
Denver Ray
Linden Read
Ryann Redden
Tanner Herrington
Group 4
Bauer Redschlag
Bennett Regier
Adam Roberts
Indy Robertson
Benjamin Rootes
Jones Rowan
Rylan Ruf
Bowen Ryan
Beau Ryder
Dash Schierbeck
Aarav Singh
Aarav Singh
Axton Skabar
Hugo Sodaro
Basil Sotiropoulos
Boden Stenger
Lucas Taeoh Stephenson
Charles Street
Kalli Sutherland
Noah Taberner
Brady Taberner
Ariana Telford
Bodhi Thompson
Owen Thompson
Levi Todd
Siena Tootoo
Attila Vojnits Acun
Delaney Wackenhut
James Raymond Walsh
Owen Weatherhead
Lucas Willms
Cohen Wintoneak
Haley Woodman
Group 5
Andre Blanleil
Asher Ryan
Bodhi Robertson
Louis Picault
Ava Egan
Jamie Lafleur
Kole Moretto
Kashton Muldoon
Quinn Korosi
Blaise Reid
Hugh Davy
Joah Cordes
Nole Jacobson
Brooks Pucci Daniele


U7 2022-23

The minor hockey season runs from September to March.  Registration opens the first week of June every year.  All registration information and instructions will be posted under “online registration” prior to the June opening.

U7 practices once per week at approx. 3:15 pm at Memorial arena and have a game every weekend, rinks vary.  Teams play cross ice small area games.  U7 birth years for the 2022/23 season are 2018/2017/2016.




U7 Director

Cross Ice Initiative

Hockey Canada believes that hockey should be, first and foremost, fun for all participants. A big part of delivering on that is ensuring the programming is age-appropriate.

Cross-ice/half-ice hockey has always been part of the Initiation Program, but has not been implemented in the same way in every community – beginning this fall (2017-18 season), cross-ice/half-ice is mandatory at the Initiation level.

Cross-ice/half-ice hockey at the Initiation age effectively right-sizes the playing surface for young players:

  • You don't put five- and six-year-olds on a full-size soccer pitch, or expect them to play basketball on a full-sized court with no height adjustments – hockey is no different.
  • Cross-ice/half-ice hockey allows young players the opportunity for more puck-touches which promotes greater opportunity for skill development (puck-handling, shooting, skating, coordination) and decision-making.
    • Players on cross-ice/half-ice have been shown to receive five times more passes and take six times more shots than when they are on a full-sized rink.
    • Small-area games are used at all levels of the game – including senior national teams and the NHL.

The benefits of cross-ice/half-ice hockey go beyond player development; the special boards and bumpers allow minor hockey associations to alleviate pressure around scheduling and ice-time availability by safely allowing multiple practices and games to take place on one rink at the same time.

Cross Ice Initiative Videos

Below are 3 videos presented by Corey McNabb from Hockey Canada at the 2017 BC Hockey AGM. The videos explain the reasoning behind cross ice, the importance of small area games at all levels, and a great video from US Tennis about their kids program. Sports at every level tailor the size of the playing area to the size of the participant. Hockey should be no different.