Future Stars Hockey Tournament Halifax;

Future Stars Hockey Tournament Halifax;

Future Stars Hockey Tournament Halifax


The Future Stars Hockey Tournament is taking place in Halifax Doors open with players casting their season-long net. Ages 9 to 14, the Future Stars Tournament is a high-quality, local, affordable and fun hockey experience for kids into the New Year.


Andrews Hockey is very excited about the development of our new spring hockey programs in Nova Scotia! The Andrews Spring Hockey Program has a long-standing tradition of helping Elite Players take their game to the next level. With a strong development emphasis on skating, passing, individual puck skills, and individual and team tactics, the program exposes players to the on and off-ice training methods required to become a high-level player. The Andrews Hockey teams play a game system that is designed to have a long-term outlook with the player’s future in mind. We emphasize playing with speed and pressure, team passing, short shifts, and a hunger to score goals.

Andrews Hockey Growth Programs is thrilled to host the 1st Annual 2Line Hockey Takedown in Halifax! 2Line Hockey was established in 2014 with the understanding that more ice time = more development and more fun for those involved. The 2020 2Line Hockey Takedown is a great way to Get in the Game before the winter hockey season kicks into full gear! The unique and exciting feature of this tournament is that players have the ability to create their own teams. Players get together a team of 10 skaters (2 lines) and 1 goalie and enter the tournament as a team. Each team will have an opportunity to play a minimum of 4 games with lots of ice time for all of those players involved! (Source: andrewshockey.ca)


Develop the Championship Habits required to be an elite athlete through our Atom & Peewee Summer Training Program. Everyone knows how important it is to be in Elite Shape to excel in today’s high-speed game. The ceiling for your athletic development is determined by the habits you have and the proper mechanics you develop at a young age. The hockey specific Atom & Peewee Summer Training program focuses on teaching you proper mechanics both in the gym and on the ice so you have a solid base to build on in the coming years.

During the season MacKinnon's role increased, as he was placed on the top two offensive lines. He claimed his first NHL record in becoming the youngest player to record back-to-back two-goal games from January 4–6, 2014, beating Dale Hawerchuk's of the original Winnipeg Jets from 1981. MacKinnon later compiled a 13-game point streak from January 25 to March 6, surpassing Wayne Gretzky (who turned 19 during his first season) to have the longest scoring streak by an 18-year-old in NHL history. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)


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