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Hockey at Roblin Park Community Centre

Roblin Park Community Centre has a vibrant hockey program and is a member club of the Assiniboine Park Hockey Association (APHA).

The club is home to three outdoor rinks and a clubhouse. We offer hockey programs to girls and boys ages 5-17. 
All hockey programming is administered by our hockey convenor Derek Sokalski.

Roblin Park is hosting the following teams for 2019 / 2020

Roblin Park Raiders Timbits 5/6
Roblin Park Raiders 7/8
Polar Bears Atom A1 
Polar Bears Atom A2 (Blue)
Polar Bears Atom A2 (Red)
Winter Hawks Minor Atom A2
Winter Hawks Pee Wee A1 (Black)
Winter Hawks Pee Wee A2  (Blue)
Winter Hawks Pee Wee A3  (Black)

2019/20 Hockey Season

New for this season: Hockey Winnipeg has combined age groups for most ages
Novice A1 is now a combined age category (age 7-8)
Peewee A1-A3 is now a combined age category (age 11-12)
Bantam A1-A3 is now a combined age category (age 13-14)
Midget A1-A3 is now a combined age category (ages 15-17)
Minor Atom (9) and Atom Atom (10) A1-A3 remain separate for 2019/20.

Female Hockey

The APHA (Assiniboine Park Hockey Association) provides girls of all ages with a place to experience the great Canadian game of hockey. We have a competitive tiered program for all ages from Novice (8 and under) through Midget, including AA/AAA teams. APHA female teams are created on an area wide basis (our area includes Phoenix, Westdale, Roblin Park, Varsity View, and C4) and play out of one home rink that will be determined after tryouts, which are held near the end of September. 

All levels of skill are welcome – new female players of all ages take up this fun sport every year!

Volunteer requirements at RPCC

We'll also be looking to fill volunteer shifts for various programs and events throughout the season. Roblin Park Community Centre relies on volunteers to keep programs running. We need your support!

To complete youth hockey, all participating families that live in the Roblin Park CC catchment must post a $200 volunteer commitment bond (one per family) and commit to 3 volunteer shifts total, of which at least two need to be either Rob/West Tournament or Winter Carnival Carnival, plus a canteen shift in the winter.

Jackrabbits Hockey Program

Jackrabbits registration is now OPEN!

Please click the here to fill out a registration form online.

Roblin Park Jackrabbits Hockey is a beginner hockey program. It provides the basics for skating and hockey skills in a fun, non competitive environment. It is held on the outdoor rinks at Roblin Park Community Centre each Saturdays from 1:00-2:00 p.m.

Each week players participate in drills to improve their basic hockey skills.  A scrimmage or “shinny” component is also an important part of each session. No organized teams are formed as groups change each week with attendance.  Sessions are 1 hour and are divided with 30 minutes of basic skills and drills for their development and 30 minutes of scrimmage time.

Roblin Park Jackrabbits is for players between the ages 4-9 years old. Please note: Jackrabbits is not a learn to skate program. Participants should possess basic skating skills and have some prior experience with a stick and puck.

Jackrabbits gives players and families a chance to experience the game of hockey and develop basic hockey skills. The commitment involves meeting once a week in a practice type of environment. Players and families may be choosing Jackrabbits as an alternative as it is less of a commitment than regular hockey. Parents may also want to gauge their child’s interest / commitment in the game of hockey for future years of play.

Equipment for Jackrabbits hockey would include a minimum of stick, skates, helmet / cage, neck guard and elbow pads. Other optional equipment would include shin pads. Players could also choose to dress in full hockey gear.  Jackrabbits hockey is non contact. Practice jerseys can be borrowed from the club and then returned washed at season end. One jersey per child only. 

The cost for the Roblin Park Jackrabbits Hockey Program is $80.00. Sessions cancelled due to cold / warm weather will not be given a partial refund. Our program typically runs from the end of November / early December to March.