U17 Male Schedule 2023-24
Our schedule allows our student athletes to stay on top of their academic performance, while focusing on developing their athletic career. In partnership with Fredericton Christian Academy (FCA), our student-athletes have the opportunity to enroll in a two-semester program that allows them to complete all required classes, plus a number of elective courses each year. Although they will have a different schedule than an average student, CHA athletes will integrate with the non-athlete student body.
Our student athletes are on the ice every day. During the week, student athletes take part in structural practices and skill development sessions. The team will work closely with their respective programs' strength and conditioning coach, as well as various other off ice seminars such as video work, mental training and nutrition. Outlined below is an overview of our academic schedule for CHA student- athletes in Semesters 1 and 2. CHA student-athletes will earn seven credits over the first two semesters.
U17 Team Schedule
8:15 am - Morning drop off
8:30 - 8:35 am - Morning announcements
8:35 - 9:30 am - Period One: core course (1 credit)
9:35 - 11 am - Period Two: on-ice training
11:10 am - 12:10 pm - Period Three: off-ice training (1 credit)
between 9:35 am - 1 pm we will have one hour for ice, one hour for gym and lunch, combined with travel time
12:10 - 1 pm - Lunch
1:05 - 2 pm - Period Four: core course (1 credit)
2:05 - 3 pm - Period Five: core course (1 credit)
3:05 pm - Dismissal
3:30 - 4:30 p.m. - Study Hall - time for professional development topics, guest speakers, study and extra help
What league does CHA play in?
CHA plays in the CSSHL in Canada, the UT1HL in the US, as well as additional showcases with the NAPHL in Canada.
What about games?
The majority of games take place on weekends in a showcase format. Programs in each division take turns hosting these Showcase weekends, which see multiple teams in one location playing multiple games. This format cuts down on travel time, as well as school days missed. Teams will also play a small number of exhibition games throughout the season on non-showcase weekends.
What happens after the season?
Although the hockey season may be over, the training doesn’t stop. We offer a 10-Week training program designed for our players that runs from April until June.
This program includes: