Hockey Camps

The Chilliwack Chiefs, proud members of the BCHL will be holding their Spring Prospects Camp on June 1st to June 3rd at Prospera Centre, home of the Chilliwack Chiefs Junior A Hockey Club.  Only 80 players including 8 goalies throughout North America will be selected to attend our camp.  The Chilliwack Chiefs average 12 division one commitments or more each season.  In the last 4 seasons the Chiefs have won 3 Mainland Playoff Division Championships and have appeared in the league finals on two occasions.  The Chiefs are looking for players that will continue to strive for academic, athletic, and community excellence. If you feel you can carry on the traditions of the Chilliwack Chiefs please register for our camp.

Players click here to register.
Goalies by invite only

Dates: June 1 to 3
Where: Prospera Centre (45323 Hodgins Ave. Chilliwack BC, V2P8G1)
Cost: $275 plus tax
Email Inquiries:
Phone Inquiries: 604-392-4433  ext. 103

Spring Training Camp June 4 – 29, 2018
Prospera Centre, Chilliwack

For Birth Years 2004-2009

Cost: $375

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The Chilliwack Chiefs Spring Hockey Training Camp offers a specific development program for each of the Atom, Peewee, and Bantam age groups in order to prepare boys and girls for success as they advance in their individual hockey careers.  Hockey success requires more than talent alone, it takes hard work on and off the ice and this camp is designed to push them to their limits.

Camps are designed for players and goalies playing or striving to play at the Rep hockey level.  Players will participate in 8 on-ice sessions and 8 off-ice sessions with the Chilliwack Chiefs coaching staff at Prospera Centre and Club XO training facility.  Goalies will participate in the 8 players sessions, as well as having 6 hours of goalie only training on Fridays. This program is designed to concentrate on the individual skills that are necessary to play at the higher Rep, Junior, and NCAA levels.

We want to share our hockey knowledge and prepare youth to make it to the next level. Our High-Level Spring Training Camp is based on individual skill development to help you succeed.

The on-ice program:


  • 1-hour sessions of intense on-ice instruction (8 sessions total)
    • Advanced power skating sessions with specialized power techniques to enhance stride length, balance, speed, and agility
    • Focus on puck control at top speed
    • Focus on proper shooting techniques
    • Testing for skating speed and shooting power on the ice
    • Instructional small-area games to reinforce skating, passing, and shooting


  • 90 minutes of on-ice instruction (4 sessions total)
    • Angles and crease depth / Lateral and crease movement
    • Stopping skills and rebound control
    • Butterfly style, slides, pushes, recovery
    • Puck Handling

The off-ice program:

  • 1 hour of off-ice instruction (8 sessions total)
    • Focus on strength, speed, and conditioning
    • Hockey specific training held at Club XO – the Prospera Centre Training facility used by the Chiefs and other high-level athletes.
    • Club XO will push each individual athlete in a high energy and positive environment -challenging each participant in all aspects of performance – Agility, speed, strength, power, conditioning, flexibility, and recovery (emphasizing proper technique and safety)
    • Spin classes
    • Up-tempo boxing
    • TRX classes
    • Rapid-Shot

Camp Details:

The total investment for the camp is $375. All participants will receive a BCHL jersey, a summer dryland workout T-shirt, and their very own rapid-shot card that will track all of their data. This card will also be theirs to keep and to use in the future.  We look forward to seeing you in May and June!

For Birth Years 2004-2009
Camp dates:    June 4 – 29

The Chiefs are pleased to offer a Goalie Training Camp for Hockey 4, Atom, Pee Wee, and Bantam goaltenders. Cost is $275 plus tax and includes 8 – 1 hour sessions. To register please follow this link.

Brian Maloney: Maloney is a former captain of the Chilliwack Chiefs and has joined the Chilliwack Chiefs as the Head Coach and General Manager. After Chilliwack, Brian played his collegiate hockey for the Michigan State Spartans. After university Brian signed a NHL contract with the Atlanta Thrashers and went on to play 13 years professionally in North America and in Europe.

Grant Rollheiser: Rollheiser is the Chiefs goalie coach. Grant grew up in Chilliwack playing through the minor hockey ranks. He went on to play Jr A in Trail BC in the BCHL. He then received a scholarship to Boston University, and was selected in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft by the Toronto Maple Leafs after his first year in the BCHL. After four years at BU he pursued a career playing professionally for 5 years in the ECHL.

Stacy Suttie: Stacy is a power skating coach with 10 years of competitive skating experience up to the Junior Ladies Level. She received the Regional Bronze Medalist at the age of 13. To add to her impressive background, she owns the Triple Gold Medal Achievement in Freeskate, Figures and Skills. The Gold Testing Level is the highest level of skating testing that you can achieve. She also holds the Skate Canada Can/Power Certification.

Shannon Lynn: Shannon is the CEO and Athletic Director of Club XO. Shannon comes from an impressive athletic background, playing at a high level of soccer which earned her the role as Amanda Bynes’ soccer double in the DreamWorks movie “She’s the Man”.

Shannon moved to Nashville and released an album under the stage name “Shanna Lynn” she recorded and toured Canada and the USA as a country singer for many years. Her passion and love for fitness brought her back to Canada to obtain her Reebok cycle instructor certification where she taught at The Olympic Oval for many years before opening her own fitness studio in Richmond BC.

Paul NicollsPaul runs Club XOs Junior skill and strength development sessions. Paul’s professional experience in hockey includes 7 years as both a player and referee. Paul also has 14 years of experience working as a personal sports trainer for numerous professional and amateur hockey players. Paul’s career as a player took him through Canadian Under 18 Program, the BCHL including the Chiefs, WHL, CIAU, RHI, and NCAA, where he signed a Letter of Intent to Northern Michigan.

A collection of current and former Chilliwack Chiefs will also be making appearances throughout the camps to assist the Chiefs coaching staff. Just to name a few….

  • Powell Connor– Current Chief, future Michigan State University
  • Jordon Kawaguchi – North Dakota University
  • Kohen Olischefski -Denver University
  • Mathieu Tibbet -Merrimack University

Chiefs History of Development:

The BCHL Chilliwack Chiefs are proud of our long history of developing players that earn commitments to major US and Canadian Universities.  We currently have twelve Chiefs players with Division 1 NCAA commitments and the Chiefs average thirteen or more post-secondary commitments per year.