Due to the popularity of the program, we have reached the maximum number of registrations for skaters. Going forward, any skater registrations received shall be placed on a waitlist in the order they came in. Should a skater slot become available, we will contact the player at the top of the waitlist.

There are still a few goaltender spots available.

The PCAHA Female Hockey Committee is very proud to announce that Whitney Juszkiewicz and Debbie Beaudoin have been appointed as Assistant Coaches for the 2019-2020 Female Bantam Zone Development Program.

Whitney grew up playing hockey in Edmonton, Alberta. She played for the University of Saskatchewan Huskies on scholarship and for Team Alberta at the Senior Women’s Esso Nationals (2005). Currently, Whitney works as the BC Hockey Female Program of Excellence Coordinator and the Coordinator for North Vancouver Hockey, Operations. She has a passion for developing young hockey players and created her own company: Fire and Ice Hockey Development. Whitney coaches Boys AA Hockey during the regular season, Girls in the spring, and trains athletes around the Lower Mainland and throughout BC year-round.

Born in White Rock, BC, Debbie has played 5 years of Professional Women’s ice hockey with the Vancouver Griffins (NWHL), Durham Lightning (NWHL), Quebec Avalanche (NWHL) and BC Breakers (WWHL). She attended and played for the women’s hockey programs at University of New Hampshire and Quinnipiac, both on full-ride scholarships. Debbie has extensive experience coaching at the local MHA-levels, Female Midget AAA, and with the BC Hockey High-Performance program. She has been involved in the Vancouver Canucks First Stride Program and has been a panellist for the NHL and NHLPA Conference on the support of growth in Women’s Hockey. Debbie founded Beaudies House of Hockey, Skating, and Ringette through which she uses her extensive knowledge and experience to provide power skating, skills training, and development to players of all ages and calibre.

We are very exited to have Whitney and Debbie as part of our program and know they will provide excellent coaching, mentorship, and development for the girls.

The PCAHA Female Hockey Committee is very proud to announce John Holyk as the program head coach for the 2019-2020 PCAHA Female Zone Development Program.

John has over 25 years of experience coaching both male and female players at the recreational, competitive, and high performance levels. He is the current PCAHA Coach Coordinator and is a certified coach evaluator for Hockey Canada and BC Hockey. He has been heavily involved in Team BC U18 programs as part of the selection, evaluation, and instructional staff and has been a member of the BC Winter Games Zone 5 team staff. In addition to his coaching background, he has been a Mentorship Scout for Hockey Tech ISS and is a Hockey Canada NCCP Course Facilitator.

With his focus on the importance of player development we are very fortunate to have him involved and we know he will provide an exceptional best experience for the players participating in the program.

The PCAHA Female Hockey Committee is proud to announce the renewal of the Female Zone Development Program for the 2019-2020 season.

This program is designed to allow all female Bantam players the opportunity to receive instruction, development, feedback, and valuable information before the start of the 2019-2020 hockey season as well as extra development throughout the season for the elite Bantam players from highly qualified independent instructors both on and off the ice.

Registration is now open to all female players born in 2005 or 2006 and who will be registered with a PCAHA minor hockey association in the 2019-2020 season. To register, please click here.

Any coaches who are interested in being part of the program should fill out the application form, which you can find here.