2021-22 SEASON - U7  is for players born in 2015, 2016 and 2017.

 

Please keep in mind should another arena become available it will be our intention to move one weekend slot to during the week.

U7 ICE TIMES

Date Day Arena Start End Group Group
16-Oct Sat Brock 8:00 AM 8:45 AM 3 4
16-Oct Sat Brock 8:45 AM 9:30 AM 5 6
16-Oct Sat Brock 9:30 AM 10:15 AM 1 2
17-Oct Sun Brock 7:30 AM 8:15 AM 1 2
17-Oct Sun Brock 8:15 AM 9:00 AM 3 4
17-Oct Sun Brock 9:15 AM 10:00 AM 5 6

Groups are subject to change.

 

U7 Team 1 - Carnelley
Maximus Carnelley
Lincoln Mcdonald
Luca Kinaschuk
Weston Leis
Adam Murphy
Kolten Kwantes
Emmett Carpenter
Hawkins Hiebert
Tripp Palazzo
Myles Walde
Liam Gelowitz
Nicolas Pezel
Collins Pierro Zabotel
Peyton Savoie
Addison English
Maycie Howes
Austin Hilton
 

 

U7 Team 2 - Lund
Maddox Lund
Fynn Doherty
Griffin Brown
Cohen Carlson
Colton Karwandy
Heath Patterson
Xavier Symes
Beau Reddeman
Seryn Paul
Nixon Kerr
Carter Sanbrooks
Alexander Nali
Pace Davidson
Brooklyn Cox
Skyelah Francois
Ava Caissie
Anna Bartlett
 

 

U7 Team 3 - Shishido
Austin Shishido
Mason Giddens
Milo Wood
Stella Cyr
Lucy Lau
Cylas Wardell
Leyton Vicars
Quinn Parker
Jase Priestlay
Patrik Pezel
Gus Schmlaz
Luke Robinson
Grady Scheffer
Owen Fenrich
Tucker Hartling
Austin Smith
 

 

U7 Team 4 - Dorais
Asher Dorais
Ryland Cox
Owen Curtis
Windsor Pastoor
Tyson Ruby
Everett Colman
Jackson Pulice
Everett Quewezance
Hudson Powell
Carter Irvine
Mick Norwood
Teagan Mcmillan
Colton Murphy
Wyatt Miller
Philip Jon Goodman
 

 

U7 Team 5 - Cassidy
Weston Cassidy
Bennett Gruber
Zachary Macdonald
Logan Macdonald
Huck Stephen
Ethan Cranwell
Eli Bennett
Carson Mcintyre
Nixon Sinclair
Max Skene
Lennox Stretch
Isabel Lindsey
Hazel Lindsey
Maddox Wayne Wittal
Joseph Alain
 

 

U7 Team 6 - Phillips
Fynnigan Phillips
Conrad Scorrar
Ethan Sunder
Ronin Sunder
Macklin Olthuis
Jacob Vandermeulen
Cole London
Jordan Ghuman
Lukas Kriek
Erik Hoffman
Hunter Campen
Charles Hunter
Walker Alphonse
Chase Heppner
Conner Golos


Under-7 (U7) PROGRAM

Hockey Canada developed the U7 program to make children's first contact with hockey a safe and positive experience. It's a structured, learn-to-play hockey program designed to introduce beginners to the game's basic skills. It enables participants to become contributing members of a team effort, develop self-confidence, and experience a sense of personal achievement. These goals are achieved in an atmosphere of fun and fair play.

The goals of the program are the following:
• to have fun while playing hockey and engaging in physical activity
• to learn the basic skills required to play the game of hockey
• to develop an understanding of basic teamwork through participation in a variety of activitiesand adapted game situations
• to create and refine basic motor patterns
• to be introduced to the concepts of cooperation and fair play

Program focus:
• developing basic hockey skills:  skating/puck handling/stopping/passing/turning/shooting

UNDER 7 YEARS OF AGE AS OF DECEMBER 31ST OF THE CURRENT SEASON
The age and skill level of the players defines the seasonal plan. The Hockey Canada skills development programs are based on progressive steps and follow the appropriate allocation of time illustrated in the skill development pyramid.

Goals for the U7 age category are:
• fun
• introduction of basic skills
• reviewing of basic skills
• refining of basic skills

The Initiation program recommends the following practice time allotment.
• 85% technical skills/15% individual tactics/ 0% team tactics/team play/strategy

Hockey Canada's Initiation Program has four levels of instruction designed for beginning hockey players. Each level represents a different set of skill progression. At the beginning of the program, players are evaluated according to ability and placed in the appropriate program level.

The program emphasizes the basic hockey skills: skating, puck handling, passing and shooting.

Each skill is introduced and refined in a progressive one step at a time manner.

Children learn and develop through participating in practice drills and informal and modified games (such as shinny, freeze-tag and obstacle courses).

Although the emphasis is on fun and progressive skill development, the U7 Program also allows youngsters to experience:

• Fitness
• Fair Play
• Cooperation