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News and Upcoming Events

BH Blazer Selected to IIHF U18 High Performance Camp

Ryleigh_headshot_w_bgndBH Blazer Ryleigh Houston’s hockey career is taking her places, and the season hasn’t even started yet! This summer proves to be a busy one, as Ryleigh has been selected to join six other National Team candidates at the IIHF U18 High Performance Camp in Vierumäki, Finland  from July 12-19.

When she gets back, she’ll have only a week or so before she’s off again to Calgary for the Hockey Canada U18 August Selection Camp. These are both impressive, and highly competitive steps on the way to becoming a full-fledged member of Team Canada.

We’ll be following Ryleigh’s progress, and cheering for her every step of the way – and can’t wait to see her suit up for the Blazers again in September!

Read the official Hockey Canada story here.


Progressions will be appropriate for developing the elite athlete at a Midget AAA level. Participants must be at the Midget AAA, Bantam AA level, or equivalent to participate in the camp.

20 on-ice sessions with 10 hours of instruction in addition to 10 hours of high paced 4X4 scrimmage. Click here for full details and registration.


(from Hockey ManitobaMarch 3, 2014)

Hockey Manitoba is pleased to announce that Christine Durham (Winnipeg) has been selected to referee at the CIS Female National Championship in Fredericton, New Brunswick from March 13-16.

Christine is a level 4 official and refs CIS female, MWJHL, MFMHL, along with Midget AAA and Bantam AAA.

The CIS National Championship is a six-team tournament, which includes host St. Thomas University, winners of Canada West, RSEQ (Quebec), OUA (Ontario), Atlantic, and an assigned berth from RSEQ.


Blazers host JWHL North Invitational Weekend in Winnipeg

jwhllogoThe Balmoral Hall School Blazers continue to be the only Manitoba team which plays in the elite Junior Women’s Hockey League (JWHL) which is recognized by the top colleges as the premier league for preparatory teams in North America. Playing in the JWHL allows elite level athletes to thrive and develop into outstanding collegiate athletes.

During our JWHL North Weekend, BH will play host to five of the best teams in North America over the course of the weekend for four regular season games.

This unique weekend provides a unique opportunity to come and watch the next generation of collegiate, professional and Olympic all stars as they go head to head at Winnipeg’s MTS Iceplex Arena.

Admission is free for all JWHL Games.

Click here for game schedule and live streaming video links to all the games.


About the Program

“Balmoral Hall gave me the opportunity to play against an amazing amount of good players and good teams. I was playing against university teams in Grade 10 when I was 14 years old, so I’ve been exposed to this level of hockey since a really young age. That has helped me to step into this level [university hockey] and accomplish some things already.”
~Caitlin MacDonald ’09, Blazers Prep Team

action_2013The BH Blazers Hockey program offers female hockey players high calibre training and development opportunities, along with a rigorous academic curriculum delivered in small class settings. The BH Blazers program includes a high school team, a developmental hockey skills program as well as a skating skills program for Grades 3 – 5. Unique to BH is a high performance hockey program that provides an international platform for promising elite female hockey players to enhance their opportunity to secure collegiate level hockey scholarships.

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