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2017 Regina “Future” Rebels Fall Preparation Camp

The Regina Rebels hockey club invites you to apply to the 6th annual Regina “Future Rebel” Fall Preparation Camp for your upcoming season. This camp will provide each player with four 75-minute ice sessions to be held at the Cooperators Centre in Regina.  Camp dates & times are as follows:


Pee Wee



Sunday, Aug 13

12:00 – 1:15 PM

1:30 – 2:45 PM

3:00 – 4:15 PM

Monday, Aug 14

5:00 – 6:15 PM

6:30 – 7:45 PM

8:00 – 9:15 PM

Tuesday, Aug 15

5:00 – 6:15 PM

6:30 – 7:45 PM

8:00 – 9:15 PM

Wednesday, Aug 16

5:00 – 6:15 PM

6:30 – 7:45 PM

8:00 – 9:15 PM

The camp will consist of skill development, power skating and small area games. The on-ice instruction will be led by Mike Merk of the Rebels coaching staff, and will also feature former CIS and NCAA players, and local female coaches.

 This camp is geared toward female hockey players born in 2000 through 2006 (PeeWee, Bantam and Midget ages) who aspire to play at the highest level.

 As space is limited, please apply by June 1st, 2017 to ensure your daughter receives full consideration.  

Information Letter/Registration Form 

Rebels AAA Spring Camp Team List April 14 2017- final

Rebels Spring Camp Schedule April 14 2017

Rebels would like to congratulate Miranda Hatt!! We are very proud of you !…/2017…/Conditioning-Camp/Roster

Teams List Spring April 9 2017

Spirng Camp April 7 2017 Schedule

2017 Spring Camp Invitation Letter

2017 Rebels Spring Identification Camp Registration Form

2017-18 Coaching

Hockey Regina is pleased to announce that Mike Merk has been reappointed as Head Coach of the Regina Rebels for the 2017-18 season.  Mike is looking forward to seeing everyone at Spring Camp April 14-16!  

Sask Female AAA league names Kennedy Bobyck to first allstar team and Chantal Burke as goalie to second allstar team.

Article on Kennedy Bobyck by Regina Leader Post.

On Sunday, January 15th Kennedy Bobyck reached the 100 point mark in her 3 years with the Regina Rebels.   Congrats to Kennedy.

 Also 2010 Rebels Legacy Fund is hosting a Shooting Clinic.   Click here to download the registration form..

Merry Christmas from the Regina Rebels and all the best in the New Year.

Home game Sunday, November 20th verses Saskatoon Stars will be broadcasted on Game Time Radio, Saskatchewan’s Sports Network.  You will hear player introductions from Ally Kosteniuk, Brooklyn Stevely, Lauren Focht, Madison Milo, and Elise Morphy.  You will hear a player interview from Brook Pellerin and a coach interview from Mike Merk. .   It is a chance to hear the family name blurted in excitement over the “air waves”.  Family members, friends, and fans can listen all over the globe! 

Go to to listen to Regina Rebels verses Saskatoon Stars, face-off 1:30pm.

Rock the Rink - November 19th!

All female players in Hockey Regina are invited to the Co-operators Centre for the Rebels' home game against the Saskatoon Stars with the faceoff set for 2:15 p.m.  Female hockey is one of the fastest growing and most exciting sports in the world.  Rock the Rink showcases female hockey at an elite level with the hopes that these young girls will aspire to become a Regina Rebel.  All female players who show up wearing a team jersey will be admitted free, along will their parents. The female players and their teams will be eligible for prize draws.

Prize Sponsors:

Boston Pizza

Hockey Regina

 City of Regina

Pat Canadians

 D3H Hotels

Rainbow Theatre

Laser Quest

Regina Rebels Legacy Fund

Peak  Performance

Sask Tel


Scotia Bank

Source for Sports

Sherwood Coop

Sports Exchange


 Globe Tickets


Female Challenge Hockey Tournament

Wascana Golf Course

Get Air


Chantal Burke (Saskatchewan)
Chantal Burke was solid in her team’s clean sheet, as she posted the shutout in Saskatchewan’s 3-0 win over Team Atlantic.  Burke faced 28 shots and was at her strongest in the second period when Team Atlantic sent 15 of their shots her way.  Burke displayed good rebound control, quickness and agility throughout the game

Regina's Miranda Hatt is excited about Canadian women's under-18 hockey championship When the puck drops on Wednesday, Miranda Hatt will be the only Reginan on the ice at the Canadian women’s under-18 hockey championship at Evraz Place.

Congratulations to Santana Gravelle in being selected for one of the World Junior Legacy Scholarships.   She will receive a $1,000.00.

The Regina Rebels travelled to Morden Manitoba this weekend to play in the Pembina Valley AAA Hawks Thanksgiving tournament.  The Rebels defeated Norman Wild 6 -1, St. Mary’s 5-0 and Central Plains Capitals 3-1.   Their only loss was to Pembina Valley Hawks which was 5-1. Our wins could not have happened without the outstanding goal tending of Chantal Burke and Katheryn Neigum.

Goals were scored by Kennedy Bobyck, Jenna Merk, Miranda Hatt, Emilia MacDougall, Ally Kosteniuk, Sam Sichkaruk and Brook Steveley.

The Regina Rebels organization would like to congratulate one of our own, Erica Reider on being selected to the Hockey Canada Team which will compete in the World University Games in Kazakhstan January 29-Feb.8, 2017!   Erica is currently playing at the University of Manitoba and was part of the Regina Rebels 2011- 2014.

Thank you again for your support for Erica! She was overwhelmed with all your messages!

Congrats to Chantal Burke, Miranda Hatt and Emilia McDougall on making U18.


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