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Athletics

Hockey @ SC

The hockey tradition at Stanstead College goes back to the very early days of the sport. Today, Stanstead hockey serves as a gateway for young boys and girls looking to improve their skills, academic success and opportunities for playing beyond high school. At Stanstead College, we take hockey seriously.
"Arriving at Stanstead I knew it was the right fit for me as a person and as a hockey player. I was pushed academically, developed study habits and became a more independent person."
- Ryan Hopkins, Class of '21
2020 QMJHL, 2nd round draft, 23rd overall, Moncton Wildcats; 2021-22, BCHL Penticton Vees; committed to University of Maine
Stanstead College hockey is recognized as one of the finest prep school programs in Eastern Canada, with top-notch training and an intensive schedule against highly competitive prep teams in New England and beyond. Over the years, Spartan alumni have gone on to play elite junior and college hockey and attend quality North American universities.

Varsity boys and girls hockey teams at Stanstead College benefit from a two-term schedule that begins in September and finishes in March. Both varsity teams practice 5 times per week with 3-4 off-ice sessions as well throughout the year. Our prep boys and girls teams practice 2-3 times per week in the fall and compete full-time during the winter term ending in March/April. The thirds team competes in the winter term and practices 3-4 times per week with 2-3 off-ice sessions.

Our teams are proud to boast wonderful state-of-the-art locker rooms in one of the finest new ice hockey facilities in Canada, the Pat Burns Arena.

Facilities & Resources

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  • Pat Burns Arena

    • Team-designated locker rooms
    • Restaurant
    • 360-person capacity seating area plus a “standing area” that can accommodate over 100 spectators
    • A large heated viewing balcony with direct access to the restaurant area
    • VIP Room
    • Fitness and physiotherapy centre
    Visit web-sitemap.akiba-dungeon.com/arena
  • Jankowski Family Training Centre

    • Artificial ice surface
    • Regulation boards and plexiglass
    • Radar gun and readout sign
    • Stick-handling machine
    • Two shooting tarps
    • Resistance machine
  • Weight and Fitness Rooms

    Stanstead College has two weight and fitness rooms located in the Amaron Gynasium and in the Pat Burns Arena, both are highly accessible to all athletes. In addition, all of our elite hockey teams train with strength coach Xavier Roy.
  • Athletic Support Staff

    Christophe Robb-Lavoie
    Athletic Therapist
    819-876-2371, ext. 210
     
    Sonia Perron
    Head School Nurse
    819-876-7891 ext. 264                     
    sperron@akiba-dungeon.com
     
    Dr. Guy Charette
    Team Doctor
     
    Orthopedic Consultant

Latest Hockey News

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  • Co-Athletes of the Week: Laurie Aubin & Zoé Charland

    Athlete of the Week is co-awarded to two linemates from prep girls hockey. Laurie Aubin has been at the top of her game all season and did not disappoint this weekend at the JWHL Challenge Cup. She scored the overtime winner to advance the prep girls to its first championship game in program history. She finished the tournament with 5 goals and 5 assists in 6 games which was good for fourth overall in the tournament. Laurie’s overtime goal was assisted by Zoé Charland, who has been an equal force the entire season. Zoe scored 9 goals and added 3 assists for 12 points in 6 games this weekend and good for second overall in the tournament. Like Gretzky and Messier or Lemieux and Jagr, these two linemates lead on the scoresheet but also with their work ethic and never-quit attitudes. Congratulations, Laurie Aubin and Zoe Charland.
  • Athlete of the Week: Louis Sullivan

    This Grade 9 student-athlete from Singapore played in goal for both his U15 hockey team’s opening games and limited the opposition to 1 goal Saturday and 2 on Sunday. He made huge saves and played big between the pipes. He contributed to a perfect start to the season and was worthy of being the first star in each of the games. For his amazing play, your Athlete of the Week, from U15 hockey, Louis Sullivan.
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Contact Us

James Rioux (819) 876-7891, ext. 289
Director of Hockey Operations
jrioux@akiba-dungeon.com