Providing mentorship to all Canadians, on and off the ice.
“What can we do to give back?” To answer their own challenge, the National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) launched the NHLPA All-Canadians program in 2010 to reinvest in the grassroots of Canadian hockey. The program is a platform for National Hockey League (NHL) players to mentor young talent by sharing skills and drills, training exercises, nutritional tips and advice with minor hockey players, their parents and coaches.
Supported by an extensive collection of online videos – the NHLPA All-Canadians program extends 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 best bantam aged players. These programs deliver life changing experiences that teach young hockey players how to become an “All-Canadian” – which is a true leader both on the ice, and in everyday life.// Visit AllCanadians.com
Video: 2012 NHLPA All-Canadians National Mentorship Camp
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