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The hockey tradition at Stanstead College goes back to the very early days of the sport. Today, Stanstead hockey serves as a gateway for young boys and girls looking to improve their skills, academic success and opportunities for playing beyond high school. At Stanstead College, we take hockey seriously.
"Arriving at Stanstead I knew it was the right fit for me as a person and as a hockey player. I was pushed academically, developed study habits and became a more independent person."
- Ryan Hopkins, Class of '21
2020 QMJHL, 2nd round draft, 23rd overall, Moncton Wildcats; 2021-22, BCHL Penticton Vees; committed to University of Maine
Stanstead College hockey is recognized as one of the finest prep school programs in Eastern Canada, with top-notch training and an intensive schedule against highly competitive prep teams in New England and beyond. Over the years, Spartan alumni have gone on to play elite junior and college hockey and attend quality North American universities.

Varsity boys and girls hockey teams at Stanstead College benefit from a two-term schedule that begins in September and finishes in March. Both varsity teams practice 5 times per week with 3-4 off-ice sessions as well throughout the year. Our prep boys and girls teams practice 2-3 times per week in the fall and compete full-time during the winter term ending in March/April. The thirds team competes in the winter term and practices 3-4 times per week with 2-3 off-ice sessions.

Our teams are proud to boast wonderful state-of-the-art locker rooms in one of the finest new ice hockey facilities in Canada, the Pat Burns Arena.

Latest Hockey News

List of 3 news stories.

  • Congratulation to Coach Pimm on his 100th win as varsity girls coach.

    Hockey Weekend Recap – November 19-21 

    Varsity Boys
    This Sunday’s game was the sole game for the varsity boys this weekend. They faced off against Kimball Union Academy at the Pat Burns Arena 
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  • Athlete of the Week: Benoit Forget

    This varsity boys goaltender from Ange-Gardien, Quebec played one of his best games of his life on Thursday night in Minnesota. Although his team was outshot 53 to 17, Benoit was able to preserve the shutout and help his team to a 2-0 victory. This wasn’t against just any opponent; this was the third-ranked independent high school in the United States. Head coach Tom Serratore of Bemidji State University said after the game, “That was the best goalie performance I have seen in my 25 years of recruiting college hockey players.” Congratulations to this week’s Athlete of the Week, the gardien from Ange-Gardien, Benoit Forget.
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  • Hockey Weekend Recap – November 4-7

    The varsity boys headed to Minnesota to compete in one exhibition game and the 2021 Upper Midwest HS International Invitational Tournament. Also on the road, the prep girls headed to Port Hope to face Trinity College School for a double-header. The prep boys stayed home to host John Rennie in a pair of games.
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