The 2001 Can West Mustangs will be holding an open tryout skate on Sunday Feb. 1, 2015 at 1:00 PM at Grand Trunk Arena.
You can either register online (preferred) or at the arena. This is an open tryout and any player from Edmonton and surrounding area is welcome. The cost is $20 payable at the … [Read More...]
The 2007 Mavericks have openings for 1 forward, 1 defenseman and a goalie. Our is looking good for the upcoming season. If you are interested in having your son play you can contact us through the contact form on this website.
The team will participate in 3 Alberta Tournaments. The team will … [Read More...]
The 2002 AAA Canwest Bearcats are looking for 2 players to fill out their spring roster. The Bearcats are a gold level team and would like to have you join them. For further details please contact their Head Coach at email@example.com … [Read More...]
By David Kalan - NHL.com Staff Writer
Rare is the talent so great that a sports franchise would buy an entire league to secure his services. Jean Beliveau of the Montreal Canadiens was such a talent.
Beliveau died Tuesday at the age of 83.
Despite being born in Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, … [Read More...]
About Can West AAA Hockey
The Canada West All-stars were formed intthe fall of 2000 to provide a fresh and new alternative in the AAA hockey scene. The teams played there first games in the Spring of 2001. Right from day one Can West AAA Hockey was front and centre in the hockey scene in Canada. Our organization is based in Edmonton, Alberta and averages an enrollment of 300 players per year.
The guiding philosophies are:
1. To allow the elite Hockey player to develop his or her talents, by playing with andagainst the top AAA hockey players in their age category. Our teams attend hockey tournaments across North America and Europe.
2. To focus on team development as well as individual growth and character enrichment on and off the ice. We provide opportunities for the Elite hockey players, and a development program for the potential elite players. We understand that not all hockey players develop at the same rate.
3. To develop progressive leadership within our organization so our mission is successful and carried on long into the future.