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2020-2021 Season

By Hockey Saint-Laurent | September 13, 2020

Season start date The 2020-2021 season will officially kick off on Saturday September 19th.  The schedule for the evaluation period and groups will be posted onto the hockeystl.com website as soon as it’s ready to go. If you haven’t done so already, please make sure to accept the TeamSnap invite and create your account.  This way you…

Camps and double letter tryouts – SOLD OUT

By Hockey Saint-Laurent | August 24, 2020

SOLD OUT!!! Hockey Saint-Laurent is proud to offer you 3 different types of pre-camps /development this year starting on September 1st: U9: Open to all $120 (4 sessions) maximum of 24 players. U11-U18: Tryouts open to all single/double letter skaters $200 (7 sessions) maximum of 24 players per level. U9-U18: Goalie development $75 (3 sessions).…

HSL 2020 AGA

By Hockey Saint-Laurent | July 13, 2020

We will be holding our annual AGA meeting on Tuesday August 11th, 2020 at 7pm online. You will need to register for the meeting by filling in this form, here. The following positions are up for election this year: President – 2 year term Registrar – 2 year term Director of Coaches – 2 year…

Arena Raymond Bourque – Latest Update

By Hockey Saint-Laurent | June 10, 2020

Please visit our page dedicated to Arena Raymond Bourque to see the latest updates and photos from the renovations!   Arena Raymond-Bourque

Plan to return to hockey

By Hockey Saint-Laurent | June 10, 2020

Hockey Quebec has released a 6 step plan to return to hockey.  Please see the attached documents for more information or visit their website to find out more. (French only). Plan de retour au hockey

Important Update – May 26, 2020

By Hockey Saint-Laurent | May 26, 2020

To our cherished hockey St-Laurent members,   This has been a difficult time for us all. First and foremost, we hope that you, and your family members are healthy and safe. We all come from different backgrounds with different challenges during this pandemic, however, we are all facing this unprecedented time together. Not one household…

Send us your pics!

By Hockey Saint-Laurent | May 26, 2020

In an effort to show off our association and our young athletes, Hockey Saint-Laurent is asking for your help! We need high-quality pictures of our players in action in games, during practice, in team-building activities or anything else that shows our team spirit and pride!  Please send pictures to info@hockeystl.com.  Not all pictures sent in…

Welcome to the new Hockey Saint-Laurent website!

By Hockey Saint-Laurent | May 26, 2020

Welcome to the new site! Hockey Saint-Laurent has launched a new website using TeamSnap! TeamSnap is a powerful platform that is widely used across many countries and many sports. The move to the new platform means that you will need to create a new account on the system but the good news is that we…

Best Organization!

Hockey Saint-Laurent is dedicated to making sure our kids love the game of hockey, learn how to play the game and make some friends along the way.

Tournaments

The Hockey Saint-Laurent annual tournament has been postponed until all renovations at Raymond Bourque are complete.

Camps

Hockey Saint-Laurent offers pre-season camps, winter holiday camps and end of season camps.

Raymond Bourque Arena

Raymond Bourque is currently under renovations and is scheduled to reopen in the spring of 2021.

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Objectives & Expected Level Of Play By Division

U7

The U7 division (formerly called Pre-Novice) is for kids who are 5 or 6 years old (as of Dec 31, 2014 or Dec 31, 2015). Hockey Saint-Laurent also offers limited spaces to 4 year old (as of Dec 31, 2016) children provided that a parent accompanies the child on the ice. This program introduces basic hockey skill development and coordination and seeks to build a love for the game. Players do not have to know how to skate to sign up.

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U9

The U9 division (formerly called Novice) is for kids 7 or 8 years old (as of Dec 31, 2012 or Dec 31, 2013). This next level is still designed for beginners and builds on the basic hockey skills they learned in U7. The program is progressive in nature and it is designed to build love for the game, personal and team skills, knowledge of hockey and coordination. Players do not have to know how to skate to sign up.

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U11

The U11 division (formerly called Atom) is for kids who are 9 or 10 years old (as of Dec 31, 2010 or Dec 31, 2011). U11 is designed to build basic hockey skills and is progressively planned by coaches to move players from basic to competitive play. As part of the transition from the U9 level, U11 teams start playing full ice and keep score during games. The U11 division is also the beginning of tiered teams from the competitive "rep" to house levels. There are U11 evaluations or "tryouts" hosted at the start of the year which facilitate player placements.

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U13

The U13 division (formerly called PeeWee) is for kids 11 or 12 years old (as of Dec 31, 2008 or Dec 31, 2009). It is designed to build hockey skills and be progressive in development. This level caters to players who want to play recreationally and competitively. There are U13 evaluations or "tryouts" hosted at the start of the year which facilitate player placements.

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U15

The U15 division (formerly called Bantam) is for kids 13 or 14 years old (as of Dec 31, 2006 or Dec 31, 2007). It is designed to progressively improve personal and team hockey skills for early teen children. This level caters to players who want to play recreationally and competitively. There are U15 evaluations or "tryouts" hosted at the start of the year which facilitate player placements.

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U21

The U21 division (formerly called Junior) is for kids 17 to 21 years old (as of Dec 31, 1999, Dec 31, 2000, Dec 31, Dec 31, 2001 or Dec 31, 2002).

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U18

The U18 division (formerly called Midget) is for kids 15 to 17 years old (as of Dec 31, 2003, Dec 31, 2004 or Dec 31, 2005). It is designed to progressively improve personal and team hockey skills. This level caters to players who want to play recreationally and competitively. There are U18 evaluations or "tryouts" hosted at the start of the year which facilitate player placements.

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