High Performance - Male - Under 16
2014 Provincial Camp
July 8 - 13, 2014
Nanaimo Ice Centre
Nanaimo, BC
 
 
 
 
Team BC Takes Silver at 2013 Western Canada U16 Challenge Cup

 

Team BC pushed hard in the gold medal game against Team Alberta, but fell short in their bid for back to back gold medals with a 4 - 2 loss.  Defenseman Dante Fabbro (Surrey, BC) and forward Tyson Jost (Kelowna, BC) were named to the 2013 Western Canada U16 Challenge Cup All-Star Team.

 
 
For the first time in the history of the Western Canada U16 Challenge Cup, Team BC captured gold in 2012 with a win over Team Alberta in the Championship Game.  Team BC finished the tournament with a perfect 4-0 record and two (2) players were named to the U16 Challenge Cup All Star Team.
 
Program Steps

 

1. Region Camp Registration 

 

A pre-camp goaltender identification session will be held prior to the Region Camp, if the District Evaluator deems it necessary. This evaluation will be based on camp registration numbers.

 
2. Region Camps

 

Region Classifications 

Region 1 – Vancouver Island-Central Coast
Region 2 – Kootenay/Okanagan
Region 3 – Lower Mainland
Region 4 – North
 

** Goaltenders that attend the goaltender evaluation session and based on that session are not selected to move on to the zone camp will receive a full refund less a $50 administration/participation fee.

 
3. U16 BC Cup Short List

 

One hundred sixty (160) players are selected based on performance at Region Camps

 
4. U16 BC Cup

 

A jamboree style tournament mixing the players from various regions to make eight (8) teams 

April 17 - 20, 2014

 
5. U16 Provincial Camp

 

Players are selected based on performance at U16 BC Cup and divided into two (2) teams

July 8 - 13, 2014 

 

6. Team BC

 

Team will be announced November 2014

 

Based on performance at the Provincial Camp, 20 players will be named to Team BC and will compete at the 2015 Canada Winter Games in Prince George, BC.

 

U16 Team BC - Western Canada U16 Challenge Cup, presented by the WHL
 
The Western Canada U16 Challenge Cup, presented by the WHL, happens every non Canada Winter Games year on the last weekend of October and the first week of November.  Before heading to the Western Canada U16 Challenge Cup, Team BC participates in a pre-stage camp that is geared towards team systems and team building.
 
Team BC competed at at the 2013 Western Canada U16 Challenge Cup and fell short in the final game against Team Alberta to bring home the silver medal.  Defenseman Dante Fabbro (Surrey, BC) and forward Tyson Jost (Kelowna, BC) were named to the 2013 Western Canada U16 Challnege Cup All-Star Team.
 
For the first time in the history of the Western Canada U16 Challenge Cup, Team BC captured gold in 2012 with a win over Team Alberta in the Championship game.  Team BC finished the tournament with a perfect 4-0 record.  Defenseman Chaz Reddekopp (West Kelowna, BC) and forward Matthew Barzal (Coquitlam, BC) were named to the 2012 Western Canada U16 Challenge Cup All-Star Team.
 
The Challenge Cup is a round robin format tournament consisting of the four (4) western branches: BC Hockey, Hockey Alberta, Saskatchewan Hockey Association and Hockey Manitoba. The final game is determined based on the round robin standings.
 
U16 Team BC - Canada Winter Games
 
The Canada Winter Games is held every four (4) years.  The next winter games will be held February 13, 2015 - March 1, 2015 in Prince George, BC. Before heading to the Canada Winter Games, Team BC will participate in pre-staging camp that is geared towards player development, team systems and team building.
 
Team BC Staff

 

Team BC staff consists of BC's top individuals from across BC that have participated and excelled in the Provincial Male U16 and U17 High Performance programs.  U16 Team BC staff will be selected each Canada Winter Games year by application to the BC Hockey Executive committee.

 

Player Eligibility
  1. Players must be BC Hockey registered.
  2. Players must be born in the appropriate year (1999). 
  3. Player must meet BC Hockey residential qualifications as outlined in HC Regulations or as directed by Hockey Canada program policy.
  4.  Players must be male.
  5. Players must be registered on their respective Minor Hockey Association's top TWO teams in the Bantam Division 

To be eligible, players playing Bantam (forwards and defense) must be registered on one (1) of the top two (2) Bantam teams in their Minor Hockey Association. In the case of Hockey Canada Sports Schools players must play on the top TWO teams in the Bantam division at the institution to be eligible. Should individual questions regarding eligibility arise, please email your question to the BC Hockey office at info@bchockey.net. Applications will be reviewed and should a decision be made that the player is deemed eligible to attend the BC Hockey High Performance Zone Camp, BC Hockey will contact the applicant.

 
Complete High Performance Program policies can be found in the BC Hockey policy manual.
 
Past Team BC Photo's
 
2012 Team BC 2011 Team BC 2009 Team BC 2007 Team BC 2003 Team BC
         
         
 
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