CHARLOTTETOWN | Registration is now open for our 2020 High Performance Program spring camps.

This year’s spring camps will run from April 9th-12th 2020 at the Bell Aliant Centre in Charlottetown. Camps will be offered at the following levels:


U14 Male (Born in 2007)

U15 Male (Born in 2006)

U16 Female (Born in 2005, 2006, 2007)

U18 Female (Born in 2003, 2004)

Hockey Prince Edward Island’s High Performance Program is designed to attract the best players and coaches in PEI who come together with the goal of challenging themselves to become better in a High-Performance environment. Players are expected to be in attendance for all camp ice times, off-ice sessions and team events.

The Program offers a strong commitment to player development while being while focused on preparing and identifying the very best players in our province for future national program opportunities. The program will concentrate on exposing players to high-level training programs including a focus on skill development, off-ice training and conditioning, and class sessions on many topics relevant to High Performance Athletes.

The High Performance Program is also the pathway to Hockey Canada’s national programs both in the male and female programs for both players and coaches.

Hockey PEI looks forward to seeing all players who will be in attendance at this year’s spring camps and wishes all athletes the best of luck.


The deadline to submit forms and send payment is Monday, February 24th 2020. 


2020 HPP Player Registration > Register HERE



Following the Spring Camp from April 9th-12th, players will have the chance to once again showcase their abilities at the High Performance Program Summer Camp with the ultimate goal to compete at the Atlantic Challenge Cup. (Dates are below)

  • 2020 U14 & U15 Male Summer Camp (July 30th-August 2nd, APM Centre, Cornwall)
  • 2020 U16 & U18 Female Summer Camp (July 30th-August 2nd, APM Centre, Cornwall)

If you have any questions about the player registration process or the Hockey Prince Edward Island High Performance Program, please contact Technical Director, Connor Cameron (


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