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2017 Alberta Challenge Regional Camp registration now open

RED DEER - Registration is now open for 2002 and 2003-born female athletes to take part in regional selection camps for the 2017 Alberta Challenge. Hockey Alberta is also pleased to announce the staff for each of the eight teams competing in the Alberta Challenge.

The 2017 Alberta Challenge runs May 3-7 in Olds.

The North Regional Camp runs April 7-9 in Fort Saskatchewan, while the South Regional Camp runs April 14-16 in Olds (dates and locations subject to change).

Register for North Regional Camp > | Register for South Regional Camp >

Not sure of your region? Click here for the Alberta Challenge Boundaries.

Space at each Regional Camp is limited, and registration is on a first come, first served basis. The deadline to register for a Regional Camp is Friday, March 17.

Each camp has limited space for goaltenders.


Hockey Alberta is pleased to announce the staff for each team competing in the 2017 Alberta Challenge. A Director of Operations, Coach Mentor, Head Coach, Two Assistant Coaches, and one Trainer were selected for each of the six regional teams.

2017 Team Staff >


About the Alberta Challenge

The Alberta Challenge is a core Hockey Alberta Female Development program, providing players, coaches, therapists, equipment managers, administrators and referees an equal opportunity to discover the great qualities of competitive hockey.

The Alberta Challenge is held alternating years when the Alberta Winter Games are not held. The Alberta Challenge process begins in April, with players trying out at their respective regional camps. The province is divided into North and South regions, with three teams selected from each region. The six teams compete in the Alberta Challenge tournament in May.

The Alberta Challenge aids in the preparation, evaluation and identification of potential players for Hockey Alberta’s Team Alberta program, and is a grassroots program.Through the camps, the players are able to measure themselves against other players of the same age and receive instruction from some of the best coaches in the province. For those selected to the regional teams, the Alberta Challenge is a taste of top level competition.

Click here for more information on the 2017 Alberta Challenge.


For more information, contact Mathieu Provencher, Coordinator, Team Alberta Female.

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