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Boys Prep Hockey

Proud member of the Midwest Prep Hockey League.


Head Coach - Robb Serviss

- Former OHL/USports Student Athlete (Bachelor of Human Kinetics

- Former European pro player/coach (The Netherlands/Germany)

- Three 30 win seasons as boys prep head coach in 5 years

- 15 IIHF World Championships as head coach (The Netherlands)

- 3 seasons as Olympic Development Coach (Eindhoven, NL)


Associate Coach - Ken Minello

- OHL Captain
- USports All-Canadian
- University of Windsor all-time leading scorer
- 30 years of teaching experience


League - MPHL


The Midwest Prep Hockey League (MPHL) consists of 12 prestigious prep schools from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, Vermont, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Illilnois. The MPHL will consist of 4 weekend showcases throughout the season along with individual home and away games against divisional teams for a total of 25 games.

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Program & Facilities


- 300 hours on-ice training
- 150 hours off-ice training 
- 90 minutes video analysis weekly 
- +50 league, tournament, showcase and exhibition games 
- Access to shooting pad, fitness centre and gymnasium daily
- Nutritional and mental training seminars


- Capri Pizzeria Recreational Complex (Home Rink)
- Indoor Gym 
- Renovated Fitness Centre with Shooting Pad 
- Tennis Courts 
- Soccer Field / 400m track


"Being a part of this new hockey program has given me a lot of opportunities to develop my skills and take my game to a higher level. This is due to the daily ice practices and the workouts in the gym at school. I felt very welcomed from the first day I arrived at Ste. Cecile, not only in my hockey team but in the school and campus as well. I am thankful that I can be a part of this great ASCIS community and I hope the hockey program will continue to grow."


"We are lucky to have a hockey program in such a prestigious school. As a senior in a young team, it was fun to jump on the ice everyday and push myself but also the younger guys to get better. Soon enough, they are going to be the leaders of this team. At the beginning it was important to make sure everybody was feeling like at home because there were a lot of guys that were away from home for the first time in their lives. Of course, once the hockey season, it is not easy with all the injuries, soreness and fatigue, but the objective was to show to the new ones that it is not easy but it pays off."


"Having practice every morning helped me improve a lot this year, in my reaction time, in my stick handling and my edge skill. As a freshman in a new team, it was fun to play with elders that had a lot of advice for me."​


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