UPCOMING ID SKATES
What is the relationship between the Manitoba Junior ICE Spring Hockey Program and the Manitoba Mustangs and Spring Manitoba Hockey Development (SMHD)?
Both the Manitoba Mustangs and SMHD have been combined into the Manitoba Junior ICE Spring Hockey Program. All teams that existed prior - including Team Brick Manitoba and Manitoba Team Xtreme - will continue to operate as part of the Manitoba Junior ICE program.
What level of hockey are the Manitoba Junior ICE teams?
Manitoba Junior ICE has teams for male and female players aged 6-13. Within these teams, there are development opportunities at all levels of hockey.
How do I register for the Manitoba Junior ICE Spring Hockey Program?
What is included in spring hockey registration?
Your fees include tournaments, practice ice, jerseys, an apparel package, insurance, coaching staff and player development.
What benefits exist for Manitoba Junior ICE participants?
As part of the 50 Below Sports + Entertainment family, Manitoba Junior ICE participants will receive a wide variety of benefits and value including:
Discounted skate sharpening at Custom Edge (located in the RINK Training Centre)
RINK player and goalie development programming
Testify Performance training
Ticket offers for Winnipeg ICE, Winnipeg Blues and other events
What is the cost?
Depending on the level of your child’s involvement and the team your child is participating on, the registration fees will vary. There are a variety of options for participants.
Are payment plans available?
Yes, participants will have a variety of options for payment. Please contact for more details.
How many coaches are part of the Manitoba Junior ICE Spring Hockey Program?
Each team will have a head coach, two assistant coaches and access to other development options including skills coaches, goalie coaches, and off-ice training.
How are the teams picked?
The Manitoba Junior ICE will host ID skates, some of which have already started. After the ID skates are completed, coaches and evaluators will form the teams.
If you have already registered, a Manitoba Junior ICE team member will contact you.
If you have not registered, it is not too late but please do so as soon as possible by clicking here.
Where will teams practice?
The location for practices and training will take place throughout the City of Winnipeg, including the new RINK Training Centre at 57 South Landing Drive.
When does the program start?
The Manitoba Junior ICE program officially starts at the beginning of spring, however optional player development sessions will be available year round.
How do I contact the Manitoba Junior ICE Program?
You can contact our staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or by submitting the form below.