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Designed by Alexis, a proud CUDA player

Designed by Alexis, a proud CUDA player


Welcome to Burlington Girls Hockey Club

The Burlington Girls Hockey Club has been offering a safe and fun place for young athletes to play hockey since 1996.  We currently have over 700 girls (and growing) playing Canada's favourite sport. We offer programs for girls ages 4 to 18 at both the house league and competitive (rep) levels.  We are a not for profit corporation managed by an executive board and run by hundreds of volunteers.  

For members arriving on our new website, you will find familiar sections so you can easily navigate to your favourites pages and also new functions and capabilities with more to come.

Any feedback on our new site can be directed here.

 Go CUDAS!!


CUDAS Celebrate 100th Anniversary of Hockey Canada!

With glowing hearts, some of our Peewee and Atom CUDAS players participated in Century Tour to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Hockey Canada.

The 20,000-square-foot interactive hockey experience caravan, that is travelling across Canada, stopped by the ACC during the World Junior Championships. While Team Canada booked its spot in the Gold Medal Game, our players were skating under the night sky at Maple Leaf Square in an on-ice skills instruction with certified Hockey Canada coaches!

"We all play for Canada!"


CUDAS Hard at Play

CUDAS In the Community!


BGHC Announces Elite Program Head Coaches for 2015-16

The Board of Directors of the Burlington Girls Hockey Club is pleased to announce the following individuals as our elite program head coaches for the 2015-16 season.  The BGHC Board, working with these coaches as well as an anticipated support group of other individuals within the Burlington hockey community wants to create the best opportunity for our girls to accomplish all they wish to get out of the sport of hockey.   The Board has selected individuals that share our objective of a co-operative, integrated program experience for our players.  Our AA coaches and confirmed key staff for 2015-16 are:

 

Intermediate AA (Jr)

Steve Langdon

Intermediate AA - Head Coach

Jennie Greenlee

Intermediate AA - Assistant Coach

Jackie Parker

Intermediate AA - Assistant Coach / Skating Coach

Jessica Pemberton - CAT

Intermediate AA - Certified Athletic Thearpist

Pat Gaughan - C.Y.W.

Intermediate AA - Player Development/Mentoring Coach

Midget

Dave Schurman

Midget AA - Head Coach

Adrian MacDonald

Midget AA - Assistant Coach

Jana Harrigan

Midget AA - Skills Instructor


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Midget A - Head Coach


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Midget BB - Head Coach

Bantam

Fred Koocher

Bantam AA - Head Coach


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Bantam A - Head Coach


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Bantam BB - Head Coac


Peewee

Kevin Greco

Peewee AA - Head Coach


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Peewee A - Head Coach


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Peewee BB - Head Coach

Atom

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Atom AA - Head Coach


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Atom 2 - Head Coach


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Atom 3 - Head Coach

Novice

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Novice A - Head Coach


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Novice B - Head Coach


Cudas Brighten the Holidays at Mississauga Christmas Classic!

This holiday season, five Cudas teams proudly represented Burlington at the 34th Annual Mississauga Christmas Classic Hockey Tournament.

Our BGHC Midget AA were big sisters to our Atom DS players who together, teamed-up for the Opening Ceremonies at the annual holiday hockey tournament.

Congratulations to our Midget AA (Silver) and Peewee DS (Bronze) teams who brightened up the holidays and brought home medals!



Thank you to all participating Cudas teams!!


Canada's Fran Rider to be inducted into IIHF Hall of Fame

Trailblazer, Fran Rider, will be the first person recognized for their contributions to building the sport of hockey for women.  The BGHC congratulates Rider on this well-deserved recognition and her commitment to advancing women's hockey!

Please click here for more information.

 

 


Link to OWHA website


Link to Hockey Canada website


Inclement Weather

To:  All Facility Users:

As you have rentals in City of Burlington facilities this upcoming month, this e-mail is a reminder to visit our web site www.burlington.ca or call (905) 335-7738 in case of inclement weather.

The City of Burlington will be updating these communication links when a decision has been made to close city facilities due to weather conditions.

Have a great season!


The BGHC would like to thank our sponsors and encourage our membership to support them as you can. See our LINK page for sponsor list.