IT’S CONTEST TIME!!!
We have an awesome prize pack to give away which includes a Flexfit CHE hat, a Buttendz hat, a pair of CCM Hockey gloves, a Bauer Vapor X70 stick and a free tuition to next year’s CHE Summer Camp!!!
Prize pack is valued at over $850.00
Our past CHE campers include, BARRETT HAYTON, MIKE FISHER, NATALIE SPOONER, CORY PERRY and many, many more who went on to have great hockey careers!!
1) Like us and Follow us on Facebook
2) Share the following post: https://bit.ly/2FjZ1bP
3) And, in the spirit of giving, tag 2 other people who you think would also love this gift!!
4) THE MOST IMPORTANT RULE OF ALL: TO OFFICIALLY QUALIFY, YOU MUST BE REGISTERED FOR OUR CHRISTMAS CAMP!!!
If you’re not already registered, sign up online at http://www.chehockey.com/christmas-hockey-school-camp
That’s it! Once you follow those steps your name will be entered into our draw which will take place, Live in Facebook, on Monday, December 3rd.
**Contest closes on December 1st at midnight**
The OHL season opened up last night, and though there was a lot of hype surrounding Mississauga Steelheads exceptional player Sean Day, it was the Kingston Frontenacs Darcy Greenway that started the season with a bang. The Frontenacs were in my hometown of Peterborough last night and they held nothing back as they romped the Petes 11 – 4, with Greenway netting 3 along the way to take an early lead in this seasons scoring race.
Darcy was a long time CHE camper, attending our Elite and Jr./College programs in Peterborough every summer for at least 6 years. You could tell from an early age that he was very skilled, but it was his attitude and work ethic that always made him stand out. After a couple of great seasons averaging just under a point a game, it looks like he’s been working hard during the off season and is on pace for his best season yet. Keep up the good work Darcy, we’ll be keeping tabs on you as the season continues.
Canadian Hockey Enterprises
Its spring again in Canada and with the anticipation of exchanging our jackets and boots for shorts and sandals it’s always a great time of year for us as Canadians. The snow is melting, the neighbourhood streets are full of people and although the hockey season might be over, there are plenty of sports on TV to keep us occupied. The NCAA March Madness and NHL playoffs are action packed, baseball is back and the Masters always reminds us that golf season is just around the corner. But there’s one sport that caught my eye this spring like never before; The Women’s World Hockey Championships, and the future of women’s hockey is bright.
In front of a crowd of over 18,000 screaming fans in Ottawa, the US and Canadian Women’s national teams put on the most exciting hockey game I’ve watched all year. Continue reading
Greetings hockey players, parents, coaches, managers and fans, and welcome to the brand new blog from Canadian Hockey Enterprises.
We’re planning to have at least one new post each week and the staff here at CHE are excited to present and discuss a wide variety of topics relating to hockey and travel. Since we offer hockey camps and tournaments for boy’s, girls’s, men and women there’s no corner of the hockey world we won’t touch upon at one point or another.
CHE encourages everyone to participate in this forum no matter their opinion and look forward to discussing and debating in the weeks and months to come.
Photo taken in December 2012, at the head office in Peterborough, Ontario