Winnipeg East Female Hockey

Female Midget AA

Hockey Winnipeg will be having centralized tryouts for the Female Midget AA teams. These tryouts will be held the week of September 21st, after the Winnipeg High School showcase tournament.

There will be 4 teams at Female Midget AA: Twins, Vics, Titans, and Predators.

Saints will not be hosting this year due to ice availability being uncertain at this time.

Players will be evaluated and assigned to the team closest to their area association. Teams will be formed with the best players available, trying to ensure that we have the four most competitive teams.

Registrations will be done through the home area associations. Players need to be registered for Female Midget hockey through SBMHA or TMHA before they will be allowed to skate in tryouts.

Players will be attending 3 nights of drills and scrimmages. Players will be advised of their ice times the week before tryouts.

Cost of 1st round is $75.

 

First Round Registraion for Midget AA Tryouts is online -> REGISTER NOW!

 

There may be releases after the first three skates. An email will be sent to all players after the first skates indicating if they have moved on to the exhibition games.

The second round of tryouts will be 3 exhibition games.

There will be an additional cost for those moving on which will be collected by Hockey Winnipeg.

 

2018 Important Dates

Circle your calendar for these important upcoming dates...

  • AA Saints Tryouts (Peewee, Bantam), Sept 9th - 19th
  • Stars Pre-season Skates, Sept 15th - 21st
  • Stars Evaluations, Sept 22nd, Sept 23rd and Sept 29th

More details to follow.

Need help with funding hockey?

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MISSION

The Grindstone Award Foundation is an official Canadian Registered Charity that enables young female players to participate and improve their skill development in the sport of hockey. The intent is to provide support to the community and address the needs of players who have a desire to play, but are unable to for financial reasons.

APPLICATION DEADLINE AUGUST 1ST

https://grindstoneaward.com/

Saints Coaching Selections 2018/2019 Season

The Winnipeg East Female Hockey Board is happy to announce our head coach selections for the upcoming 2018-2019 season.

We look forward to another great season of Saints hockey!

 

Peewee Saints

Julian Moffatt

Bantam Saints

Trent Heintz

Midget Saints

Details are being finalized but keep checking back for news of some exciting changes to Female Midget AA hockey!

 

Jacquie Sippola

WEFH Vice Chair and Head of Coach Selection Committee

WEFH Teams Still in Playoffs

Come out and cheer on our teams!

 

Peewee AA

March 19th 6:15 PM Notre Dame

SAINTS vs TWINS

3rd game of 5 game FINAL series

Saints lead series 2-0

 

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PeeWee A2 Purple Stars win Canada 150 contest and trip to Ottawa

Congratulations to the PeeWee A2 Purple Stars for winning the HOCKEY on the HILL contest and a trip to Ottawa to play hockey over the holidays in the Bell Capital Cup hockey tournament in a special Canada 150 Division!

The link to their video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Egm-HLRojBk&feature=youtu.be

The essay they submitted:

We are the Winnipeg East Stars PeeWee A2 Purple team, and we are a team as diverse as the city we represent!  We are of Black, Norwegian, Inuit, Metis, French, Ukrainian, Irish, Polish, Greek, Swedish and Scottish descent…..but most importantly…we are all Canadians and we are all, Stars!

We are a female hockey team from the great City of Winnipeg.  We play hockey for the love of the game, for the community activities we do as a team, for the lifelong friendships and of course, for the dressing room dance parties!  Not only do we work hard on the ice playing the game we love, we are also out representing in our community.  As a team, this season we gathered at the Manitoba Parliament to remember and honour those who served and continue to serve so that we can live in peace and freedom. Additionally, as a team, we collected used sporting equipment in order to provide opportunities for those who want to play the great game of hockey, but who otherwise would not be able to afford to play.  We are not only Stars on the rink, we are Stars in our community! Leading, learning, caring!

Whether on the ice, in the community or in school, we are working to become tomorrow’s scientists, teachers, police officers, military personnel and leaders. We’re not just working to become great hockey players, we’re working to become great team players – on the ice, in our schools and our community…we are working on becoming GREAT CANADIANS!

Great job ladies!

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