Hockey Schools and Training (Belleville Minor Hockey Association)

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Hockey Schools and Camps

Below are a list of Hockey Schools, Camps and Skill Sessions available in the Quinte Region.  If you have a session you would like listed here, please send the information to [email protected].

Please note the BMHA is simply listing these events as a service to our membership and business community to foster player development.  The BMHA does not endorse any specific provider and those who chose to participate in an event listed do so of their own choosing and assume all risks associated with participation.

Trenton Golden Hawks - Summer Hockey School

August 12 - 16 @ Duncan MacDonald Arena (Trenton)
For youth aged 6 - 12

Click Here for More Information and To Register


Quinte Sports and Wellness Center (Belleville, ON)

Game Ready Hockey Development Day Camps are a continuation of the Belleville Bulls Hockey Day Camps and are still under direction of Jake Grimes (now of Game Ready Hockey Development and the Peterborough Petes, OHL)

Our Day Camps combine it all... 2 great skill development sessions that include powerskating from OHL coaches, an on-ice scrimmage every day and much more...even daily swimming.

Your players are fully supervised all day by an experienced staff who all attend my training seminar prior to camp.

There are 3 separate on ice sessions as well as an off-ice session and swimming every day.

Also included is a pizza party for the 2nd nutrition break on Friday. We allot time for 2 nutrition breaks daily so you can pack your players lunch accordingly.

Finally, day care options to accommodate early drop-offs and late pick-ups are available. Please contact Jake Grimes by e-mail at [email protected] for details.

Their Game Ready Hockey jersey will be here waiting for them.

We hear every year from our players and parents that this is one of the best camps they have ever been to of any kind. The development factor is high...the fun factor is high and parental peace of mind is high...

See you Aug 15 !


Peewee (2004-05) - August 15 to 19 - 9:15am-5:00pm (Early drop off option if needed)

Atom (2006-07) - August 15 to 19 - 8:15am-4:00pm

Novice/Tyke (2008-09) - August 15 to 19  - 7:15-3:00pm (Late pick-up option if needed)


Players - $439.00 (plus HST)

Goaltenders - $219.00 (plus HST)


TYKE/ NOVICE Skaters Click Here to Register:

TYKE/ NOVICE Goaltenders Click Here to Register:


ATOM Skaters Click Here to Register:

ATOM Goaltenders Click Here to Register:


PEEWEE Skaters Click Here to Register:

PEEWEE Goaltenders Click Here to Register:



(Times change according to age group: Atom: 8:15 start, Peewee: 9:15 start)

7:15 - Drop off

8:00 - On-ice

9:00 - Off-ice

10:00 - Lunch 1

11:00 - On-ice

12:15 - Pool

1:00 - Lunch 2

2:00 - Scrimmage

3:00-3:15 - Pick-up

Please notify us if your player cannot attend a session

[email protected]


Looking for a great sports experience for your children during Summer Holidays? 
We are offering 3 Summer Hockey Camps this summer:

July 15th -19th Rhino Hockey camp – Ages 6 and up – $275 + HST

Aug 12th – 16th Elite Hockey Camp Ages 10 to 12 – $350 + HST

Aug 19th – 25th – Learn to Skate – Ages 6 and up

Optional Meal Plan – (AM snack, Lunch, PM snack and drinks) available for $12 a day.

Hours are 8AM to 5PM.  Kids are on the ice from 1pm to 4pm.

Step 1 – Print and fill out the drop off and pick up consent and email it to us prior to the 1st day of camp.

Step 2: – Register for the hockey camp that you would like to attend:

July 15th -19th Rhino Hockey camp

Aug 12th – 16th Elite Hockey Camp

Aug 19th – 25th – Learn to Skate


BP Hockey - Barons Hockey Club Summer Camp  

August 12th-16th  2019

Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre Belleville, Ontario

 Cost $450.00 includes taxes

Parents to supply lunches, water and enough snacks for the day

No PEANUTS due to possible Allergies


Novice and Atom (Approx 4  hours on ice)

8 to 9am (both groups start the day on ice, where they belong)

9am to 10:30 Get undressed - first snack, stretching - hockey talk - Get dressed

10:30 to 11:30 - Back on the ice 

11:30 to 1 - Get undressed - Lunch - supervised outdoor activity - rest - get dressed

1 to 1:45 - Back on the ice

1:45 - 2:20 - Short break, snack while I condtion skate the big kids -  undue skates stay dressed

2:20 - 3:15 - Back on the ice to finish the day 


Pee Wee and Bantam (4 hours on ice)

8 to 9am (both groups start the day on ice, where they belong)

9 to 9:15 - Flood

9:15 to 10:15 - Quick snack back on the ice

10:15 to 10:30 - Flood

10:15 -11:45 - Get undressed - first snack, stretching and hockey talk - Get dressed

11:45 to 12:45 - Back on the ice 

12:45 -1:45 - Get undressed - Lunch please rest - get dressed 

1:45 - 2 Flood 

2 to 2:20 - Pw/Bantam only - hard conditioning skate 

2:20 to 3:15 - Stay on the ice to finish the day 


How to Register

Downloadable forms click here

Download this form to sign up for 2019 camp scan and email it back to me at [email protected] subject line - registration for the 2019 Belleville Camp


How to Pay

E-transfers are accepted to:  [email protected] password "neverg1veup"


Place payment in sealed envelope and drop off in the Quinte Area 4 on 4 Hockey

mail slot located in the Wally Dever lobby next to the Gunpo South Korea banner


Using a Visa credit card Please click here to create an account and pay online  important to note the division is "player development" and the camp name is  “Barons Hockey Club Belleville Summer Camp”


What skills are taught at BP Hockey camps?

BP Hockey hopes to hold power skating clinics throughout the year focusing on forward/backwards skating, edge control, crossovers, power turns and take-offs. These camps will provide an opportunity for the player to improve and be a confident player on the ice.

Skating Passing Shooting Stickhandling 1 on 1 Development Angling Foot transitioning Puck Mobility Mental toughness Puck support Hard work


BP Hockey Mission Statement

Buddies and Pals Hockey is committed to providing an engaging and knowledgeable program, improving hockey skills, shaping leaders and teammates while having fun in a bully free environment.  


Who is BP Hockey

Building relationships with the players to give them confidence to know they can achieve whatever goal they want.  That’s the true key to getting to the next level.




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