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Thursday, 14 July 2016 20:54

Team Canada U20's Win On & Off the Floor

Team Canada Wins on and Off the Floor

 

Prague, Czech Republic - Well, once again, the NBHAC led the way in 2016 as the Team Canada Juniors travelled to Prague, Czech Republic in June.  There were no less than twenty players and administrators from the NBHAC representing our country in Europe. 

 

In a beautifully picturesque city of Prague, the world came to see the World Ball Hockey Federation Championships to gather and crown a World Junior Ball Hockey Champion, emblematic of ball hockey supremacy in the World.

 

How the team came together…

 

The team was selected after scouting major events during 2015 which included the Provincial Championships, the High school Tournaments and the Maple Leaf Cup.  The original list of 50 players were identified as prospects and list was dwindled down to a 20 player roster.  Canada’s Under 20 team was a collection of young men that traveled abroad for a tournament they will not soon forget.  The boys gathered for a mini-camp in Penetanguishene before departure which was vital for team building and where the team could work on systems and strategies.

 

Canada is located in the Northwestern Hemisphere about half-a-dozen time zones from Prague, Czech Republic.  However, despite it’s geographical position, The Great White North has become the proverbial centre of the ball hockey world after winning it’s fifth consecutive U-20 global championship and sixth gold medal since the tournament’s inception in 2000.

 

Team Canada would go 6-0 en route to the championship and were crowned the 2016 World U-20 Ball Hockey Federation Champions. 

 

Canada are to be allotted full marks for their performance in Prague because the highly skilled and speedy roster amassed by the staff and used the size of the floor to their advantage.  This consequently gave their opponents mismatch issue’s and forced them to play a different style that many weren't used to.  The result was golden.

 

 

Yes, the Canucks prevailed.  However, lost in the translation was the fact that there is more to winning than meets the eye.  The process, which theoretically should expose the product, was true to form once again in 2016.  It revealed it’s true colours in the previous global championships as well, which ultimately adds up to five.  Coincidence?  Nay another thought of chance in anyone’s mind. This is more accurately an organized, structured and well executed plan that has continued to foster the growth and development of a ball hockey program that continues to reap it’s rewards.  Though, this is not so much about winning the prize as it is about a winning program.

 

It would be hard to imagine for Team Canada to play a more flawless game than it did against the opposition, but Canada proved to be much quicker and more opportunistic.

 

 

It was going to be small things that determined the outcome of this championship. Who controlled the tempo? who would be more disciplined? who would capitalize on opportunities? who would get that big save? there wasn't much separating the teams but those small, little details that would be the difference.

 

Team Canada's offence was well chronicled throughout the tournament getting balanced scoring from all of the forwards which was complemented well with a group of athletic ball moving defensemen and the backbone of every championship team would be solid goaltending. This team seemed to be able to play any style of game, but it was ball possession and team defence which propelled the team to the 2016 World Ball Hockey Federation Championship with a convincing victory.

 

It was a moment that was a long time coming for this group of hard working Canadians. The biggest thing this year was the hard work and our hunger to win. This team was built around teamwork and everyone came together, and that's why it happened.

 

 

Moments after the conclusion of the game this tight-knit dressing room that seemingly spent every minute of the day together realized they had just accomplished their goal.

 

Therefore, congratulations are in order for the National Ball Hockey Association of Canada’s administrators, coaches, officials, support staff, volunteers and players who have all played an integral role in putting together such a program and helping to make it all possible.  The association’s Junior program led by the High Performance Director, Stephen Dockerty who has done an outstanding job in affording players the chance of a life time to play a game that they love at such an elite level in different countries around the world.  The ongoing scouting and player evaluations conducted at various events in addition to the regional camps that lead up to the final national selections, have given everyone the opportunity and the dream to hopefully one day proudly adorn the Red Maple Leaf on their chest.

 

Nonetheless, such a process along with the quest for ‘The Golden Fleece’ is rarely an easy feat given the political, economic and social challenges that often face the sport and it’s participants each year.  It is indeed a very long and arduous journey that truly reflects the nature of those who ultimately arrive at the prize.  Simply ask those who have attended a camp or have been lucky enough to have part of the Canadian freight train and played a handle full of games in as many days against the best the world has to offer in the sport.  They will be happy to share their thoughts with you.

    

Helen Keller (A blind and a deaf mute woman) summed up her feelings on the subject of overcoming obstacles and perseverance in life quite eloquently when she stated the following.

 

“Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet.  Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, vision cleared, ambition inspired and success achieved.”

 

Fortunate enough for Canadians, however, the road to gold is smoother now than it has ever been before.  It has been built on a solid foundation and well maintained by the finest practitioners in the game today.  Hence, it is time for future generations to seize the opportunities that lie ahead.  They should not simply reap what others before them have sown, but more importantly make that which is great today, that much greater tomorrow.

 

There is no time like the present and the present is now.  The NBHAC JTC program, their administrative staff and players across the country cannot afford to rest on their laurels.  Canada stands proudly atop the championship podium for many reasons, unfortunately it is lonely at the top.  Canada must work far more diligently now than ever before to prepare yet another team in 2018 because the world waits for no one.  Only the champion, of course.

 

Go Canada Go!

The Canadian contingent was comprised of the following:

 

General Manager, Mauro Cugini, and Head Coach Barry Greer, Assistant Coach Tyler McClure

 

Goalies: Collin Charbula, Matt Loveys

 

Defence: Liam Hayes, Nick Heins, Brendan Moore, Ty Traynor, Zach Treen, Baily Watkins

 

Forwards: Zachary Archer, Josh Borland, Benoit Chin, Callan Heins, Andrew Kelly, Keegan Leal, Mckenzee MacQueen, Matthew Magliozzi, Ryan Ngan, Jack Scanlan, Reid Syrydiuk, Quinn Syrydiuk

 

Canadians D – Liam Hayes, F – Jack Scanlan, Quinn Syrydiuk captured individual all star team honours.  The balance of the tournament all stars were, G – Martin Juricek (Slovakia), D – Tom Wagner, Nick Kilcourne (USA).  Canada’s Benoit Chin would lead the tournament in scoring and Jack Scanlan was named Tournament MVP

 

 

#wbhf2016prague #jtcworlds #jtcballhockey #BeTheStandard #WeAreTeamCanada

 

Wednesday, 13 July 2016 22:25

Peak Performance in Prague by U18's

A Peak Performance In Prague as the U-18’s win the Championship  

Prague, Czech Republic - Once again, the National Ball Hockey Association of Canada (NBHAC) leads the way.

 

Formal street and ball hockey competition on the international stage dates back to the early 1990’s, when then OBHA President Pat McEvoy (2002 Builders Hall of Fame) helped to bring teams from Slovakia and the Czech Republic to our country for a series of exhibition games against representative clubs from Ontario.  The Europeans, who thoroughly enjoyed the Canadian game and our hospitality, continued to return to participate in the infamous Can-Am Challenge Tournament in Oshawa each year thereafter.  It was this competitive exchange that led to the very first World Ball Hockey Championships in Bratislava, Slovakia in 1996 where Canada captured the inaugural gold medal in our sport on the global stage. 

  

The Ontario Ball Hockey Association was instrumental in spearheading the Men’s World Championships in 1996 and subsequently led the way in not only making the Junior World tournament a reality, but setting the standard for the competition by winning the Under-20 title in the Czech Republic in 2000.

 

Well, once again, the NBHAC led the way in 2016 as the Team Canada Juniors travelled to Prague, Czech Republic in June.  There were no less than twenty players and administrators from the NBHAC representing our country in Europe.  

 

In a beautifully picturesque city of Prague, the world came to see the World Ball Hockey Federation Championships to gather and crown a World Junior Ball Hockey Champion, emblematic of ball hockey supremacy in the World.

 

How the team came together…

 

The team was selected after scouting major events during 2015, from which an original list of 44 players was dwindled down to a 20 player roster in the fall of 2015.  Canada’s Under 18 team was a collection of young men that traveled abroad for a tournament they will not soon forget.  The boys gathered for exhibition games in Penetanguishene and Oshawa for team building and games versus U19 select teams where they could work on systems and strategies.

 

Canada’s 4-0 round robin record was not easy as they came from behind in two games.  Both Hungary and Slovakia were dispatched with little effort. Their most physical contest was against Team Europe, which featured many big forwards that seem to win battles along the boards and the Czech Republic who played a tough defensive system.

 

The game against the Team Europe seemed to take a little starch out of the Canadian side as they were very sluggish early in the semi final game versus the Czech Republic before snapping out of it in the second period en route to a 6-4 victory.

 

The Championship Final would be offence vs defence and it would be crucial for Canada to score early as Slovakia had a big physical defence and strong goaltending.   This would not be the story in the final as Canada would score 4 first period goals and dominated.

 

The offensive units that the coaches had been patient with all week finally started to come together as the balls began to bulge the twine.  Andrew Snowden would score two goals in the first ten minutes.   The final result was a 7-2 victory for Canada over Slovakia in a game that was dominated by Canada that produced standing ovations from those in attendance throughout the contest.

 

Ironically, Team Canada’s performance at the World Championships was relatively unexpected because the team was in a building pattern off the 2014 win in Hungary which had a mix U16/U18 group of players.

 

The Team Canada administration was faced with the task of adding several new players to the team for 2014, many of whom would be their first international competition.  The coaching staff did a great job in having the team peak at the right time, while the support staff were instrumental in keeping the players healthy, cool, and properly hydrated.

 

This back-to-back win is the first time any nation has accomplished this, and Canada remains the only multiple gold medal winner.

 

In the bronze medal game, Team Europe would fall behind 4-1 after two periods and stormed back to tie the game in the final minute of play and win in overtime versus Slovakia.

 

The Canadian contingent was comprised of the following:

GM & Head Coach, Scott Jacobi, Assistant Coach, Nicolas Tedesco, Goalies: Bradley Dobson, Jake Fleming, Defence: Curtis Anderson, Teddy Christou, Dylan Connors, Carter Forget, Mac McHugh, Casey Scanlan, Forwards: Stephen Bell, William Calverley, Philipe Chin, Tyson Gilmour, Kyle Hunter, Kyle Latter, Kelby Martin, Tyler Moser, Jason Pineo, Aidan Robitaille and Andrew Snowden

 

Canadians G - Jake Fleming, D- Teddy Cristou captured individual all star team honours.  The balance of the tournament all stars were, D – Maros Boudis (Hungary), F – Tomas Kratky (Team Europe), Bara Patockova (Czech Republic), F – Filip Krivashi (Slovakia), Dominik Celleniuk was the top scorer and William Calverley was the Tournement MVP.

 

 

#wbhf2016prague #jtcworlds #jtcballhockey #BeTheStandard #WeAreTeamCanada

 

Tuesday, 12 July 2016 22:33

Golden Effort by Canada U16's

Golden Effort as Canada Captures the Junior U16 World Championship

with a 3-1 win over the Americans

 

Prague, Czech Republic - Once again, the National Ball Hockey Association of Canada (NBHAC) leads the way.

 

 

Formal street and ball hockey competition on the international stage dates back to the early 1990’s, when then OBHA President Pat McEvoy (2002 Builders Hall of Fame) helped to bring teams from Slovakia and the Czech Republic to our country for a series of exhibition games against representative clubs from Ontario.  The Europeans, who thoroughly enjoyed the Canadian game and our hospitality, continued to return to participate in the infamous Can-Am Challenge Tournament in Oshawa each year thereafter.  It was this competitive exchange that led to the very first World Ball Hockey Championships in Bratislava, Slovakia in 1996 where Canada captured the inaugural gold medal in our sport on the global stage.

 

The Ontario Ball Hockey Association was instrumental in spearheading the Men’s World Championships in 1996 and subsequently led the way in not only making the Junior World tournament a reality, but setting the standard for the competition by winning the Under-20 title in the Czech Republic in 2000.

 

Well, once again, the NBHAC led the way in 2016 as the Team Canada Juniors travelled to Prague, Czech Republic in June.  There were no less than twenty players and administrators from the NBHAC representing our country in Europe.

 

 

In a beautifully picturesque city of Prague, the world came to see the World Ball Hockey Federation Championships to gather and crown a World Junior Ball Hockey Champion, emblematic of ball hockey supremacy in the World.

 

How the team came together…

 

The team was selected after scouting major events during 2015, from which an original list of 44 players was dwindled down to a 20 player roster in the fall of 2015.  Canada’s Under 16 team was a collection of young men that traveled abroad for a tournament they will not soon forget.  The boys gathered for exhibition games in Penetanguishene and Oshawa for team building and games versus U17 select teams where they could work on systems and strategies.

 

Upon arrival in Europe the team was faced with what would turn out to be its biggest challenge, getting their body and minds ready with the time change.  The team played an exhibition game versus Plzen U17 team on day two in preparation of the tournament.

 

On to the round robin games…

 

In the teams first preliminary round game the Canadians scored early and dominated the over matched Americans.   The Canadians would shake off the pre tournament jitters and jet lag to dominate the encounter with a win 7-2 win.

 

 

Game two would see the team face its first test of adversity against the Czech Republic.  The Czech Republic were a strong disciplined defensive juggernaut with outstanding goaltending.  The seesaw battle would eventually see the Canadians battle to a 2-0.  A win by either team would more than likely send the other into two/three semi final match up.

 

The next day the boys arose knowing a win over Slovakia would guarantee them first place and they would not disappoint with a solid team effort and 9-1 victory.

 

Canada would again face Slovakia in the semi final and outcome was similar with the Red and White machine scoring early and often and prepared for the final with a 9-1 win.

 

The Championship Gold medal would be decided between Canada versus their historical and geographical rivals, United States of America.   We looked to be the class of the tournament, but that is why they play the games and USA wanted to redeem the earlier loss on opening day.  Canada built a 2-0 lead into the second period and would extend the lead to 3-0 early in the third.    Team USA found new life when a fortunate goal brought them to within two.  The moment was Canada’s and giving up the goal seemed to get the team refocused which continued through until the end of the game and to capture the championship 3-1.

 

The Canadian contingent was comprised of the following:

 

Scott Jacobi, General Manager, Head Coach, Nelson Lajeunesse, Assistant Coaches, Mike Porter & Stephen Dockerty, Goalies: Connor Dunford, Michael Josslin, Defence: Christopher Adlys, Nathan Balkwill, Jake Deault, Ryan Mota, Cameron Owens, Clayton Stutt, Forwards: Diego Arreola, Owen Bell, Patrick Brown, Ethan Lajeunesse, Cole Leal, Darcy Lescard, Eric Maltby, Tyson Moore, Daniel Nardi, Cole Schwindt, Jarret Singer and Robert Skolud

 

Canadians Nathan Balkwill and Cole Leal captured individual all start team honours.  The balance of the tournament all stars were

G – Josef Nekecek (Czech Republic), D – Joe Russo (USA), F - Adam Klapka (Czech Republic), F – Jack Kendal (USA) with top scorer from USA, Ryan Peralta and Canada’s Leal, Tournament MVP.

 

 

#wbhf2016prague #jtcworlds #jtcballhockey #BeTheStandard #WeAreTeamCanada

 

Monday, 11 April 2016 20:31

JTC Jerseys Revealed

 TORONTO – April 11 - The National Ball Hockey Association of Canada (NBHAC) today revealed their jerseys for the 2016 Junior U20 World Ball Hockey Federation Championships being hosted in Prague, Czech Republic, June 26-July 3 and the team will carry the VINTAGE Home Red and the CLASSIC Away Black.

 

-20 leafs/one per player (6 on the front and 6 on the back with 4 on each sleeve) with the NBHAC logo in the upper right corner

-JTC logo on the shoulders

-5 leafs above the number and along the shoulders is for the five World Championships the U20 program has won in 2000, 2008, 2010, 2012 & 2014

-the front has the TC leaf with CANADA across the top in ATHLETIC style font and player number below in the centre of the leaf which represents our country from sea to shining sea

-the back player number will appear over the TC leaf symbolic of our great nation

-the numbers on the sleeves will appear between the lines which signify the CN railroad which runs across our great nation

-there will be a string collar which ties OUR team and OUR nation together from the support of your family and friends whom will be cheering on OUR team

Every member of this TEAM is an ambassador for the sport, locally, provincially and nationally. WE are what others measure their success after and WE will set the standard by which all others are measured.

 

 

 

20 leafs/one per player (6 on the front and 6 on the back with 4 on each sleeve) with the NBHAC logo in the upper right corner

-JTC logo on the shoulders

-5 leafs above the number and along the shoulders is for the five World Championships the U20 program has won in 2000, 2008, 2010, 2012 & 2014

-CANADA across the top in ATHLETIC style font and player number below to the left

-there is a box (red with white trim) which runs across the chest, over the shoulders and across the back which binds the team

-the back player number will appear over the two lines which are symbolic of the CN railroad which runs across our great nation

-JTC logo on the lower centre back

-there will be a string collar is what ties OUR team and OUR nation together from the support of your family and friends whom will be cheering on OUR team

Every member of this TEAM is an ambassador for the sport, locally, provincially and nationally. WE are what others measure their success after and WE will set the standard by which all others are measured.

 

#wbhf2016prague #WeTheGame #WeAreBallHockey #WeAreTeamCanada #BeTheStandard 

The host arena is Zimni Stadium Eden Prague, and built in 1975 and the arena is within a couple kilometers of our hotel, and easily accessible by public transit from both the hotel and the city center. The arena has seating for 5138, and plays on a concrete surface.

HC Slavia Prague is home to the Czech ice hockey team located in Prague playing the Czech 1st National Hockey League.  HC Slavia has played in the building from1994 until present, winning the national championship in 2003 and 2008. The club plays its home games at Zimní Stadium Eden in Prague. 

 

The World Ball Hockey Federation will welcome 16-18 teams from Canada, Hungary, Russia, Slovakia, United States of America, West Indies and hosts Czech Republic and schedule will be posted on June 1.  At this time the WBHF is awaiting confirmation from India, Ireland and Pakistan.

 

#wbhf2016prague

Monday, 06 June 2016 00:00

JTC U20 Team Announcement

On behalf of the National Ball Hockey Associa­tion of Canada and the High Performance Committee we are proud to announce the 2016 Junior U-20 Team Canada roster for the World Junior Championships to be held in Prague, Czech Republic, June 26 to July 3. 

The Junior Team Canada Program will be sending 66 players along with staff members to Prague, Czech Republic to capture the gold in all three divisions of play.

High Performance Director, Steve Dockerty, who was heavily responsible for the restructuring which took place in the international program stated, “our squads will definitely be competing for the gold again. Even though our members were a part of the teams that won double gold in 2014 (U18 & U20), the NBHAC has been working hard to improve the program. We want players that will be part of the Team Canada family for years to come.  The High Performance Program has been established to create continuity consisting of strong individuals across the country with involvement in the various national teams at the adult levels.

Dockerty added, “we have a Mission Statement - To prepare and assemble a team of junior ball hockey players from Canada to compete for gold at the WJC. To field a team that sets extraor­dinary standards for competitiveness, sportsmanship and team continuity.  To create a ‘life experience’ for members of JTC and officials.”  He added, “that truly is our goal, to compete for gold, but also to set exceptional standards for the players and team officials.  

Dockerty continued, ‘all three rosters were selected, not just on high calibre skills, but for their personalities and community backgrounds as well.’  Dockerty concluded with “The ultimate goal is to ensure each player has a life experience that he can take with him for years to come.”

Please join General Manager, Mauro Cugini, and Head Coach Barry Greer, Assistant Coach Tyler McClure and Team Mentor, Hayden Cole in congratulating Canada's best Under 20 ball hockey players and wish them good luck as they compete for gold in 2016 Prague!

Goalies: Collin Charbula, Matt Loveys 

Defence: Liam Hayes, Nick Heins, Brendan Moore, Ty Traynor, Zach Treen, Baily Watkins

Forwards: Zachary Archer, Josh Borland, Benoit Chin, Callan Heins, Andrew Kelly, Keegan Leal, Mckenzee MacQueen, Matthew Magliozzi, Ryan Ngan, Jack Scanlan, Reid Syrydiuk, Quinn Syrydiuk

Your Passion…Your Dedication…Play Like A Champion…Play Like Team Canada…Commit To The Culture of Excellence

#wbhf2016prague #BeTheStandard #WeAreTeamCanada #WeAreCanada

Monday, 06 June 2016 00:00

U18 Junior Team Canada Announced

The National Ball Hockey Association of Canada is proud to announce the roster for the Under 18 Junior Team Canada that will be competing in Prague, Czech Replublic in 2016 at the World Ball Hockey Federation Junior World Championships.

Please join General Manager, Scott Jacobi, and Head Coach Chris Carr in congratulating Canada's best Under 18 ball hockey players and wish them good luck as they seek to repeat as World Champions in 2016 in Prague!

Goalies: Bradley Dobson, Jake Fleming 

Defence: Curtis Anderson, Teddy Christou, Dylan Connors, Carter Forget, Mac McHugh 

Forwards: Stephen Bell, William Calverley, Philipe Chin, Tyson Gilmour, Kyle Hunter, Kyle Latter, Kelby Martin, Tyler Moser, Jason Pineo, Aidan Robitaille and Andrew Snowden

  

#wbhf2016prague #BeTheStandard #WeAreCanada #WeAreTeamCanada

Monday, 06 June 2016 00:00

U16 Junior Team Canada Announced

The National Ball Hockey Association of Canada is proud to announce the roster for the Under 16 Junior Team Canada that will be competing in Prague, Czech Replublic in 2016 at the World Ball Hockey Federation Junior World Championships.

Please join General Manager, Scott Jacobi, and Head Coach Nelson Lajeunesse in congratulating Canada's best Under 16 ball hockey players and wish them good luck as they compete for gold in 2016 Prague!

Goalies: Connor Dunford, Michael Josslin 

Defence: Christopher Adlys, Nathan Balkwill, Jake Deault, Ryan Mota, Cameron Owens, Clayton Stutt

Forwards: Diego Arreola, Owen Bell, Patrick Brown, Ethan Lajeunesse, Cole Leal, Darcy Lescard, Eric Maltby, Tyson Moore, Daniel Nardi, Cole Schwindt, Jarret Singer and Robert Skolud

#wbhf2016prague #BeTheStandard #WeAreCanada #WeAreTeamCanada

Thursday, 03 September 2015 13:37

JTC - Inaugural Prospects Camp

Brampton, Canada - All roads lead to Brampton for the top U16 & U18 prospects for the JTC program.

The destination of their pilgrimage which took place on a Saturday, July 25 in Brampton attracted 80 players.   The Prospects Camp featured rigorous series of skill assessment drills inserted throughout the four practices followed by four scrimmages.

Scott Jacobi, General Manager, who organized the camp, said, “we have representation from 14 centres which will assist in growing the sport.” He continued, “interest in the camp will grow in future years and expanded as the sport grows.”  Jacobi continued, “it’s a ‘show me what you got’ type of situation.”

“We have always used tournaments for the selection process, but this brings in the best players, as we have one location and all the scouts have been brought in.  We have a captive audience and they can all watch and measure the skills of the players.  This camp was about opportunity.”

“Ball Hockey is a great game but there isn’t enough opportunity for some smaller centre’s” Jacobi said. “These players all think about playing the game they love and the passion level is consistent among all the prospects.  This is the national team, if they can get the opportunity, why not?”

Stephen Dockerty, JTC High Performance Director, “athletes are among the most focused people there are and many do not realize that they are among the next generation of leaders. We see this camp in helping them attain an experience through playing the sport they love and opportunity of helping shape this next generation of leaders. Giving them an opportunity to play somewhere is just part of the building blocks to their future and for our own future generations.”

The teams will be participating at the World Ball Hockey Federation Championships the week of June 26 to July 3 in Prague, Czech Republic along with the U20 team.

#wbhf2016prague #BeTheStandard #WeAreCanada

Thursday, 03 September 2015 13:33

JTC Staff Openings - Equipment Manager

Our goal is to build a program that is recognized as the best in world.  We have a reputation for excellence in our sport coupled with a strong sense of community, which fosters growth.  We will prepare and assemble a Team of Ball Hockey Players from Canada to compete for Gold Medal at the World Championships.

 

The goal is to field teams that set extra-ordinary standards for competitiveness, sportsmanship and team continuity.  To create a “life experience” for members of Team Canada.  

 

Athletic activities are an important part of our youth’s life experiences and this is reflected in our achievement in inter-provincial competition.   We are seeking an outstanding individuals including, General Manager, Head Coach, Team Doctor, Therapist and Equipment Manager to be a part of our Team Canada program for each of our Junior U16, U18 & U20 teams.

 

The National Ball Hockey Association of Canada strives for excellence - in the quality of its players and community leaders and in the long tradition of athletic achievement.  We are currently seeking a qualified candidate for the following contracts in preparation for the 2016 World Junior Championships in the Czech Republic.

Equipment Manager – Deadline to Register October 15


-     Procure team supplies
-     Manage team uniforms and equipment before, during, and after games
-     Provide water and tend to player equipment needs during the mini-camp and JWC

Active participation in the High Performance program

All resumes must be submitted via e-mail no later than the specified deadline

to the attention of the National Ball Hockey Association of Canada

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