Postponed until summer 2021

Beauceville Arena

116, 125e Rue
Beauceville, Quebec

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our Mission

Ouellette & Poulin Hockey Camps are designed to perfect the athlete’s technical and tactical individual skills to enable them to perform at the elite level. Our strategic plan will empower young athletes with tools to execute the fundamentals aptitudes related to hockey at the highest level while enjoying the process.

Guest coaches who have joined Caroline Ouellette and Marie-Philip Poulin in the past include Olympians Julie Chu, Laura Stacey, Charline Labonté, Lauriane Rougeau, Kim St-Pierre, Mélodie Daoust, Noémie Marin, Geneviève Lacasse, Catherine Ward, France St- Louis and several members of the  Canadian and American National Women’s Team.

About Marie-Philip Poulin

Marie-Philip is a four-time Olympic medalist (3 Gold, 1 Silver). She participated in the 2010-2014-2018- Olympic Winter Games. She is the National Women’s Team captain since the 2014-2015 season. Marie-Philip played in 7 IIHF World Championships and 6 Four Nations Cup. She was a member of the CWHL Les Canadiennes de Montreal and has won the Clarkson cup in 2009 and 2017. Marie-Philip received the Jayne Hefford trophy and earned the Angela James Bowl three times in the CWHL. She graduated from Boston University in 2015 with a degree in Psychology. She played in the Frozen Four three times in her university career. She was a finalist twice for the Patty Kazmaier award.


Players having taken part in a Hockey fundamentals or skating program.

Girls and Boys playing in U7, U9, U11.

U13, U15, U18 female hockey players.

about caroline ouellette

Caroline is a Four-time Olympic Gold medalist. She played in the 2002-2006-2010 and 2014 Olympic Games. Caroline participated in twelve IIHF World Championships as an athlete and three as a coach. She was a member of the CWHL Les Canadiennes de Montreal from 2008 to 2017 and has won the Clarkson Cup in 2009, 2011, 2012 and 2017. Caroline graduated with honours from the University of Minnesota Duluth with a degree in Criminology and Women’s Studies. She won the NCAA National Title in 2003 as a player and 2008 as a coach.

Caroline is the founder of the Girls Hockey Celebration, a not for profit organization that welcomes annually over 850 female hockey players aged from 5 to 12. She is the head coach of the All-Star Peewee team that has participated in the Quebec International Peewee Tournament since 2016. Caroline is an assistant coach with the National Senior team and is part of the skill development coaching staff with Hockey Canada. She is currently associate head coach of Les Canadiennes de Montréal and assistant coach with the Concordia University Stingers.

Our coaches

Marie-Philip Poulin

  • Four-time Olympic medalist
  • Clarkson Cup Champion in 2009 and 2017
  • University of Boston Graduate

Caroline Ouellette

  • 4 x Olympic Gold Medalist
  • 4 x Clarkson Cup Champion
  • Assistant-Coach with Hockey Canada
  • Associate Coach of the 2022 USports Women's Hockey Champion Concordia Stingers


Laura Stacey

  • 2x Olympic Medalist
  • 2018 Clarkson Cup Champion
  • 2016 University of Dartmouth Graduate

Julie Chu

  • 4 x Olympic Medalist
  • 4 x Clarkson Cup Champion
  • Head Coach of the Concordia Stingers

Camp features

The players will be divided in stations and groups based on age and caliber.
Includes a hockey jersey, a Gatorade sport bottle and snacks

8 hours of ice

Skating technique (balance, power, agility) Stick handling / Puck carries / Dekes Shooting technique & passing Small areas competitive games.

Goalie Sessions

Minimum of 2.5 hours with our goalie coach, Olympian Charline Labonté.
Focus: Positioning, movements, rebound control and individual tactics.

3 Off-ice Training Sessions

3 sessions of initiation to off-ice training.
Proper warm-up, running technique, agility and speed.

In Class Sessions

Three in class sessions with our coaches. Conference on the journey to the Olympics. Autograph and Photo sessions.

General Information

Preliminary Schedule

Here’s a preliminary version of the schedule. Subject to change.