Dear Hockey Saint-Laurent members, This year’s annual AGA will take place on May 8th, 2023 @ 7pm at the Centre de Loisir, Room 136, 1375 rue Grenet. The agenda and proposed by-law changed will be communicated later this week. The positions up for vote this year are listed below. To be considered for any one of the listed positions,…
Congrats Junior B Gladiators – Program for good conduct
Hockey Saint-Laurent would like to congratulate our Junior B Gladiators on winning second place in this new program. The team wins a prize of $500 for being the 2nd least penalized team in their division. Congrats Gladiators! Mémo – Ligues Junior & Senior – Code bonne conduite – Résultats
ÇA SENT LES SÉRIES!
All teams U11 through to Junior will participate in the playoffs. You can go to the regular schedule here: Schedule and change the setting at the top right corner from “saison reguliere” to “series”. Select your age level and you’ll see the dates. The final placement will only be determined once your season is over.
Winter development camp
Keep your kids active over the winter break! Register now for Hockey Saint-Laurent’s Holiday development camp! Hockey Saint-Laurent is pleased to announce the return of our Holiday development camp! Keep your kids active and busy over the break by getting them on the ice to work on their skills / conditioning and have some fun with their friends. The camp will run…
Hockey Sur Mesure Start!
Welcome parents! Hockey Saint-Laurent is very excited to kick off its first ever season of Hockey Sur Mesure! Our first sessions begin on September 27th (U9 & U11 @6PM and U13 & U15 @7pm) and will take place each Tuesday night at the same times at Arena Raymond Bourque. Please check your Team Snap and…
Season start and additional information
Welcome to Hockey Saint-Laurent’s 2022-2023 season! As we shift into fall, we are excited to get the kids back on the ice and get the season going. This year, with the re-opening of Arena Raymond Bourque we are looking forward to providing your children with a full schedule of hockey to develop their skills, keep…
Double letter tryouts
As you already know, our double letter teams next year will be merged with MRO, Cote St-Luc and Montreal West. Concerning U11 and U13, the emails to the invited players will be sent in maximum 1 week. Please pay attention to your junk mail just in case. Concerning U15 and U18, the tryouts are open…
Information sur la situation à Hockey Canada
À la suite des récentes allégations d’agression sexuelle impliquant des joueurs de hockey juniors canadiens et à la lumière des informations dévoilées par les médias ces dernières semaines sur les mesures prises par Hockey Canada, Hockey Québec a témoigné sa préoccupation par rapport aux comportements et actions allégués, sentiments également partagés par plusieurs de nos…
Recruiting referees and scorekeepers
Looking for a new challenge? Looking for a part time job? HSL is presently looking for referees and scorekeepers for the 2022-23 season. If interested, please contact our referee-in-chief. email@example.com
2022-2023 Season Achievements
Objectives & Expected Level Of Play By Division
The U7 division (formerly called Pre-Novice) is for kids who are 5 or 6 years old (as of Dec 31, 2016 or Dec 31, 2017). Hockey Saint-Laurent also offers limited spaces to 4 year old (as of Dec 31, 2018) 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.
The U9 division (formerly called Novice) is for kids 7 or 8 years old (as of Dec 31, 2014 or Dec 31, 2015). 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.
The U11 division (formerly called Atom) is for kids who are 9 or 10 years old (as of Dec 31, 2012 or Dec 31, 2013). 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.
The U13 division (formerly called PeeWee) is for kids 11 or 12 years old (as of Dec 31, 2010 or Dec 31, 2011). 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.
The U15 division (formerly called Bantam) is for kids 13 or 14 years old (as of Dec 31, 2008 or Dec 31, 2009). 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.
The U21 division (formerly called Junior) is for kids 17 to 21 years old (as of Dec 31, 2001, Dec 31 2002, Dec 31, 2003 or Dec 31, 2004).
The U18 division (formerly called Midget) is for kids 15 to 17 years old (as of Dec 31 2005, Dec 31 2006 or Dec 31 2007). 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.