NHLPA All-Canadians (2010-2013)
The NHLPA All-Canadians Mentorship Program was created by the National Hockey League Players’ Association in association with Allstate Canada. For three years, the program allowed NHL Players to give back to grassroots hockey by sharing their experiences, skills, and insights with the next generation of young hockey players, parents, and coaches. The program consisted of annual national hockey camps for elite players - broadcasted on TSN2 - and a website dedicated to sharing resources with minor hockey associations across Canada. The 360-degree hockey program examined nutrition, off-ice training, on-ice development, and life skills to help players achieve their optimal potential in their lives as well as in the rink.
Supported by an extensive collection of online videos and digital resources at Allcanadians.com – the NHLPA All-Canadians program extended into communities across the country through both regional camps designed for players of all abilities, as well as the National Mentorship Camp designed for Canada’s top bantam aged players. These programs delivered life changing experiences that taught young hockey players how to become an “All-Canadian” –a true leader both on the ice, and in everyday life.
Providing mentorship to all Canadians, on and off the ice.// Visit AllCanadians.com
Video highlight: 2012 NHLPA All-Canadians National Mentorship Camp
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