Under 11 (U11) Rec


Name Position Contact
Jessica Singer U11 Rec Coordinator U11@fsjminorhockey.ca


U11 Recreation Program: 9 and 10 year olds.



Season Start Up:

  • TBD, previous seasons September for full ice skate (not mandatory)
  • Female players will participate in the integrated program.
  • Interested parties for coaches and volunteers can go to Be a Coach | BC Hockey
  • Volunteer/coach application is on the FSJ Minor hockey website
  • All ice times will be posted on the website


Practice Times                  

  • If ice time is available 2 shared ice practices between Monday and Friday
  • Additional weekend ice times for those coaches who are interested are available
  • Possible drop in ice once a week


Games and Tournaments

  • All games will be full ice and U11 teams will be part of the NERHL and will participate with teams in the District, Taylor, Fort Nelson, Dawson Creek, Tumbler Ridge, Chetwynd, Clearview
  • Each team will be allowed to attend two out of town tournament per season



  • Atomic jersey will be provided once Groups have been determined
  • FSJ Minor Hockey will have a donation table with free gear
    • located outside the Minor Hockey office which is in the Pomeroy Sports Centre
    • Questions about hockey gear - Ernie’s Sports and Canadian Tire can outfit all players


U11 Development Tryouts

  • Go to FSJ website and click on U11 Dev for more information


About the U11 Program Delivery

The U11 Pathway is a progressive, learn to play teaching curriculum. This pathway is an important component in the transition from the U9 Pathway and serves as preparation into the U13 Pathway. The U11 Pathway consists of four (4) phases of instruction, designed for players graduating from U9 hockey and for entry level hockey players who may start playing hockey at this age level. The U11 Pathway curriculum introduces, develops and refines the skills of skating, passing, puck control and shooting in a progressive step by step manner.

The U11 pathway affects players aged 9 and 10 years old.  All hockey coaches coaching U11 community sport streams require at a minimum Coach 2 - Coach Level Training.



  • Volunteer opportunities include: Coach, Team Manager, and HCSP (Safety Person)
  • If you're interested in volunteering for one of these positions:
    • Register online through your Spordle Account (add yourself as a participant and register as bench staff then list the volunteer position you're interested in)
    • Go to Be a Coach | BC Hockey to complete the required courses
  • Required courses for each position:
        Coaches Certification
HU-Online Coach 1/Coach 2
Coach 1 - Intro to Coach
Respect In Sport - Activity Leaders Edition
CATT (Concussion Awareness Training Tool)
A current criminal record check
HCSP Certification
Respect in Sport - Activity Leaders Edition
CATT (Concussion Awareness Training Tool)
Hockey Canada Safety Program (HCSP) Certification
A current criminal record check
Team Managers
Respect In Sport - Activity Leader Edition
CATT (Concussion Awareness Training Tool)
A current criminal record check


For further information contact your Division Coordinator.


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