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    Submitted By webmaster on Thursday, December 13, 2018 (29 views)
    Fast and Female Power Hour presented by Laurier Athletics in Elmira, ON

    Join us for an afternoon of empowerment through sports during the University Challenge Cup in Elmira, ON! This Power Hour includes a Leadership activity, inspirational Chat, and Q&A with our Fast and Female Ambassadors, autographs, and more. Participants will enjoy high-quality face-to-face time with female athlete role models and learn about leadership. This Power Hour is taking place during the University Challenge Cup so we HIGHLY encourage you to stick around after the event to take in a game and cheer on some seriously inspiring female athletes! Keep an eye out for the full tournament schedule – coming soon.

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    Submitted By Shad on Thursday, November 15, 2018 (805 views)
    Follow all the action! Scores, Standings and Schedules.

    Watch the games live and cheer on the Ranger Girls. Fun for the whole family and future Ranger Girls!

    To download the App or to just view the info online click here.
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    Submitted By Shad on Thursday, November 15, 2018 (300 views)
    The key to each player’s success in the highly competitive, skilled and fast-paced world of hockey is separating him or her from the many other talented players out there.  Whether you are competing for a position on a team, competing for ice time when you make the team, or competing against the top players from other teams, you must have an edge and separate yourself from them.  Natural talent alone will not provide you with the separating factor;  our training will.  This principle applies as much, if not more in the academic setting, in which there there is incredible competition among students competing for positions in universities and colleges.

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    Submitted By Webmaster on Friday, October 26, 2018 (498 views)
    2018-19 Waterloo Ravens Hockey Athletic Excellence Awards.

    The awards are given annually to two athletes from each of the  the University of Waterloo  Women’s and Men’s Hockey Teams.

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    Submitted By Webmaster on Monday, September 3, 2018 (789 views)
    The Junior Golden Hawks program is an effort to help develop local athletes by providing new opportunities and connecting youth with varsity role models. Groups can choose between the intermission program or group outing options and will receive a variety of benefits.


    Please Read the PDF for full Details.
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    Submitted By webmaster on Friday, August 24, 2018 (691 views)
    The Athletic Therapy clinic at the University of Waterloo is open to members of the community. 

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    Submitted By President WGMHA on Tuesday, August 21, 2018 (1191 views)
    Welcome to another great year of Waterloo Ravens Hockey !

    This is the 18th year of working in partnership with the City of Waterloo, OWHA, University of Waterloo and many others to provide a female hockey program in Waterloo  Organized sports such as female hockey, offer participants many many benefits  including enhancing passion for the sport,  skill development,  leadership opportunities and friendships that will last a life time.  We are proud to offer or programs again this year. 

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  • Submitted By Scott Heimpel on Tuesday, May 1, 2018 (212 views)
    Hello Parents and Players
    Just as a reminder that our parent team meeting is Thursday May 3rd from 6:30 - 8pm – Room 202 RIM Park 

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  • Submitted By Scott Heimpel on Sunday, April 22, 2018 (545 views)
    Hello Players and Parents
    I just wanted to thank all the players for an excellent tryout! You have made my decisions very difficult. I want to wish everyone a very successful hockey season. 

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  • Submitted By Scott Heimpel on Saturday, April 21, 2018 (439 views)
    Hello Players and Parents
    Thank you to everyone again for a great effort out there. 
      



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  • Submitted By Scott Heimpel on Friday, April 20, 2018 (432 views)
    Hello Players and Parents
    Just wanted say how hard all the girls worked tonight. That was a long ice time and a big ice surface! Well done!
      



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  • Submitted By Scott Heimpel on Thursday, April 19, 2018 (333 views)
    The list below are the players that are in the line up for Fridays Exhibition game against Huron Heat.

    Blue
    3, 4, 7, 20, 22, 26, 34, 35

    Red
    2, 4, 8, 19, 21, 24, 25, 26, 29


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Welcome to 2018-19 Atom Tier 1 !

My name is Scott Heimpel and I am the coach of this year’s Waterloo Ravens Atom Tier 1 team! I am super excited and can’t wait to get started. Tryouts are quickly approaching and I just wanted to take a few moments to introduce myself and to give a brief summary of what you can expect for this upcoming season.

My approach is simple, getting back to the basics. Developing skills and hockey fundamentals. Skating, stick handling, tape to tape passes, power plays, penalty kills and most importantly the positional play.  Allowing the girls to achieve 100% of their ability. I believe as coach it is my responsibility to find out what the individual players need, and develop a plan so they can be successful.

A team is not just made up of one player’s talent. I do believe in individual skill development; however skill alone cannot define a successful team.  A team that supports each other’s unique qualities, is a team that builds lasting relationships, that is how I define success. I am fully dedicated to provide each player with leadership opportunities on and off the ice

I will encourage the girls to never give up, or to be afraid to try something new. To believe in themselves and their goals, so they can strive to be the best they can be. I think it is critical to teach each player how to react from a loss, just as much as it is important to teach each player how to be excited for a win. I do not believe winning is everything although a goal of any competitive team is to compete hard to be successful.

 

I believe it is a privilege and an honour to be a coach. I want to take my experience, knowledge, and passion for player development, to teach the players that hard work is rewarding and that not everything comes easy.

 

I look forward to seeing everyone at the rink, get ready to play hard and give it your all. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me.

 

I can be contacted at

Email [email protected] 

Cell (call or text) 519-404-8750

Looking forward to seeing you at Try-outs!

Scott

 

 

 

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