Xtreme Hockey Travel Program 2019

Age Groups

Male

2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2004 ('04 is not official at this time)


Female

2009/10, 2005, 2004, U19


Reminder - ALL MALE TEAMS will be selected from players who have participated in X Hockey programming within the past year. Please read below for strategy and selection processes. There will not be a formal try-out process for Male 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, and 2006. Players will be contacted to see if they are interested in evaluation for travel teams, and will be monitored throughout X Hockey/minor hockey programming. The above teams will be selected based on player performance in power skating, two line, and minor hockey.

For all Female teams, Xtreme Hockey will be recruiting players to participate. For more details, please contact ap@xhockey.ca


Coaches (Italics are Confirmed)

Please Note: People's names who are not in italics have not been confirmed to coach their respective teams.


Male Teams

2011 - Jeremy Kavanagh, Justin Budgell (Mike Rudofsky)

2010 - Jeremy Kavanagh, Barry Hudson (Tim Jones)

2009 - Jeremy Kavanagh, Neil Cleary (Steve Kavanagh)

2008 - Andrew McKim, Paul Crane, Chris Earle (Denise Fleet)

2007 - Andrew Pearcey, Jeremy Kavanagh (Marc Cullen)

2006 - Andrew McKim, Scott Knight (PJ Power)

2004 - Andrew Pearcey, TBD (TBD)



Female Teams

Female 19U - Rebecca Babiak, Andrew Pearcey (Marilyn Faulkner)

Female 2004 - Callie Langmead, Andrew Pearcey (n/a)

Female 2005 - Andrew Pearcey, Matthew French (Ian O'Leary)

Female 09/10 - Andrew Pearcey, Chris Beresford (Maria Penney)



Tournaments

Male Teams

2011 - Can Lan May Madness (May 3-5, 2019 Toronto, Canada)

2010 - Can Lan May Madness (May 3-5, 2019 Toronto, Canada)

2009 - Future Stars Cup (May 17-19, 2019 Halifax, Canada)

2008 - Future Stars Cup (May 17-19, 2019 Halifax, Canada)

2007 - Future Stars Cup (May 17-19, 2019 Halifax, Canada)

2006 - Future Stars Cup (May 17-19, 2019 Halifax, Canada)

2004 - N/A



Female Teams

Female 2004 - Beantown Classic (July 18-21, 2019 Boston, USA)

Female 2005 - Beantown Classic (July 18-21, 2019 Boston, USA)

Female 19U - Beantown Classic (July 25-27, 2019 Boston, USA)

Female 09/10 - Ladies Quest for the Cup (May 10-12, Toronto, Canada)




Strategy; Fall '18 and Winter '19

- Contacting potential coaches and managers (November 2018)

- Contacting players to find out who is interested in travel evaluation (November 2018)

- Registering in above tournaments (November 2018)

- Selecting and announcing teams in each age division (January 2019)

- Having a parents meeting with each team to discuss packages, exact program costs, etc (Mid-February)

- Ordering attire, jerseys, and team gear (late February)



Strategy; Spring '19

- Teams will practice and have exhibition games

- Acceptance of team gear and clothing

- Teams will travel on the weekend dates specified in the 'tournaments' section of this page


Cost; 2019 Travel Program

Xtreme Hockey has not announced the cost of the travel program for 2019. In previous years, teams have received the following as part of their travel package (items received vary from year to year):

- 10-12 hours of ice-time

- Attire (hoodie, shorts, t-shirt, track suit, etc)

- Custom jersey (1)

- Custom socks (1)

- Tournament registration (1)

- Team insurance (Canadian tournaments only*)


*** flight, hotel, and transportation costs are the responsibility of the individual player. Due to high costs of US tournaments with a weak exchange rate, packages for teams travelling to the USA will cost slightly more than other teams