to be confirmed


New Brunswick & Newfoundland Camps

At this date, there are restrictions to enter these provinces, which creates uncertainty for the planning of these camps. We will update on those camps status as soon as we know more.

In the case that we are unable to resume our on-ice sessions and unable to travel to another region or province, we will consider offering an entirely virtual camp.

AYR Motor Center

105 Connell Park Road
Woodstock, NB
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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 distinguished athlete with four Olympic medals to her name (3 Gold, 1 Silver), having competed in the Olympic Winter Games of 2010, 2014, 2018, and 2022. As the captain of the National Women’s Team since the 2014-2015 season, she has led her team with distinction. Marie-Philip's international career also includes 11 appearances in the IIHF World Championships and 6 Four Nations Cups. She showcased her talent with the CWHL Les Canadiennes de Montreal, winning the Clarkson Cup in both 2009 and 2017. Recognized for her individual prowess, she received the Jayne Hefford Trophy and claimed the Angela James Bowl thrice in the CWHL. Graduating from Boston University in 2015 with a degree in Psychology, Marie-Philip excelled academically while also making three appearances in the Frozen Four during her university career. A two-time finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Award, she continues to make her mark in the sport, currently playing for Montreal in the PWHL and serving as the team's captain.

about caroline ouellette

Caroline is an illustrious figure in the world of hockey, boasting four Olympic Gold medals from the 2002, 2006, 2010, and 2014 Olympic Games. Her impressive career extends beyond the Olympics, with twelve appearances in the IIHF World Championships as a player and three more as a coach. As a member of the CWHL Les Canadiennes de Montreal from 2008 to 2017, Caroline clinched the Clarkson Cup in 2009, 2011, 2012, and 2017. Graduating with honors from the University of Minnesota Duluth with a degree in Criminology and Women’s Studies, she also achieved NCAA National Titles in 2003 as a player and 2008 as a coach.

In 2023, Caroline's legacy was solidified with her induction into both the IIHF Hall of Fame and the Hockey Hall of Fame, acknowledging her as one of the most outstanding hockey players of all time. Beyond her personal accolades, Caroline is dedicated to advancing the sport for young female players. She founded the Girls Hockey Celebration, a non-profit organization catering to over 850 female hockey players aged 5 to 12 annually. Additionally, she coaches the All-Star Peewee team, which has competed in the Quebec International Peewee Tournament from 2016 to 2022.

Caroline's commitment to coaching extends to the national level, where she serves as an assistant coach with the National Senior team and contributes to skill development coaching staff with Hockey Canada. Currently, she holds the position of associate head coach with the Concordia University Stingers, furthering her impact on the next generation of hockey players.

Our coaches

Marie-Philip Poulin

  • Professional hockey player for Montreal in the PWHL
  • 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 Head Coach of the Concordia Stingers (2022 & 2024 USports Champion)

  • IIHF Hall of Fame inductee

  • Hockey Hall of Fame inductee

More coaches will be confirmed shortly

Camp Features

Open to 5 to 18 years old
The players will be divided in groups based on age and caliber
Includes hockey jersey, snacks and a Gatorade water bottle

7.5 hours of ice

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

Goalie Sessions

Goalies will have goaltender position specific drills for a minimum of 50 minutes each day with our goalie coaches.

3 Off-ice sessions

Emphasis on running technique, speed, agility, power, strength and interval training

3 In Class Sessions

With our coaches on topic related to high performance such as sport psychology, nutrition, training, setting goals and journey to the Olympics.


Due to the current travel restrictions into New Brunswick. Registrations are not open at the moment.