*** Registration link is located at the bottom of this page ***

Date:  August 22-26, 2016
Location:  Winkler Recreation Complex
Cost:  $250 / player
Ages:  Birth years 2002 – 2009


We have added a fourth age division to our hockey school.  Below is the updated number of registrants in each division.  If the division you wish to register in is full, you may add your child to a waiting list by going through the registration process.  PLEASE DO NOT PAY if you are joining a waiting list.

MAXIMUM – 21 Skaters / 4 Goalies per group

Novice skaters (’08-’09) – FULL
Atom skaters (’06-’07) – 5 spots remaining
Atom goalies – FULL
Pee Wee / Bantam skaters (’04-’05) – FULL
Pee Wee goalies – FULL
Female group (’02-’09) – 12 spots remaining


Steve Mullin will be spending his 2nd year as director of the Winkler Flyers Hockey School.  Steve has spent a total of six seasons with the Winkler Flyers organization, two as a player and four as an assistant coach.  Should you have any questions or concerns regarding the Hockey School, you are encouraged to contact steve by e-mailing:  [email protected]



This year we will be featuring a full staff of instructors that have been long standing members of the Winkler Flyers organization.  Harry Mahesh, who was a member of the Flyers organization from 2006-2009, and Mike Sofillas, 2013-2014, will be taking over as head instructors.  It will be Harry’s 7th year as part of the program, while Mike returns for his 3rd.  Having played professionally in North America, Europe and at the collegiate level in Canada, they have a wealth of knowledge to share with minor hockey players.



A popular addition to the Hockey School last year was the addition of a dedicated goaltending instructor.  Goaltenders will be able to get excellent focused feedback as space is limited to only 4 goaltenders per session.    

As in past seasons, current members of the Winkler Flyers Jr. A Hockey Club will be assisting with the hockey school as assistants and in supervising roles.  This will include assisting the head instructors during on ice sessions to ensure an excellent ratio of instructors to players, leading a newly revamped dryland session, as well as supervising in dressing rooms and during lunch breaks. 



Morgan Mullin will have the pleasure of instructing the first all girls session at the hockey school this year.  Morgan is an accomplished high performance player, having played four years with the University of Maine NCAA Div 1.  She helped develop the Pembina Valley AAA model for Girls Hockey.  As an educator, Morgan provides the school with a professional level of instruction and motivation.  Morgan will be assisted by other high quality female assistants who have had success playing hockey in the Pembina Valley



The Winkler Flyer Hockey School offers instruction for improvement on the basics of hockey.  Skating, shooting, passing, puck handling as well as giving and receiving checks (for the appropriate ages) are all skills that will be covered, in addition to many others.  On the final day of the Hockey School there will be skills stations set up where participants can test the various skills they have acquired.

Supervisors will be available prior to ice sessions for limited help with equipment fitting and tightening. 



**A confirmed schedule has been posted on our Facebook page and has / will be emailed to all registered participants

The Winkler Flyers Hockey School is a FULLY SUPERVISED program.  Parents or guardians need only drop off participants prior to the first ice session and be available for pick up following the last ice session.  While the schedule is subject to change based on registration, a sample of the daily schedule can be found below (start time dependant on group):

On Ice Instruction              45 minutes
Snack                                   15 minutes
Dryland                               45 minutes – 1 hour
Lunch Break                       45 minutes
Team Sports                       45 minutes – 1 hour
On Ice Instruction             1 hour



To participate in the on ice session at the Winkler Flyers Hockey School, athletes are required to have all necessary hockey equipment.  For dryland, a good pair of running shoes and athletic clothing should be worn.  The Hockey School will provide allergen free snacks to all participants.  Athletes are required to provide their own lunch.