Hockey Canada Taps ASDC SW Centre Coordinator for 2018 World U-17 Hockey Challenge
Oct 29th, 2019
Lethbridge - Hockey Canada has added Alberta Sport Development Centre Southwest (ASDC SW) Centre Coordinator Joshua Hoetmer to the coaching staff of Team Black in the role of mental performance consultant at the 2018 World U-17 Hockey Challenge in New Brunswick.
This will be Hoetmer's second World U-17 Hockey Challenge championship. Last year Hoetmer was a member of Hockey Canada's Team Red that capture a Silver Medal in Dawson Creek, B.C. The 2018 World U-18 Hockey Challenge will be played in Saint John and Quispamsis, N.B. beginning Saturday, November, 3rd with Team Canada Black hitting the ice Sunday, November 4th against Team Canada White.
Along with working with Hockey Canada, Hoetmer is the mental performance consultant for ASDC SW’s Athlete Enhancement Program, Vauxhall Academy of Baseball, University of Lethbridge Pronghorns Men’s Basketball, Saskatoon Blades and individual athletes in multiple sports.
ASDC SW is a program of Alberta Sport Connection that provides youth athletes in the region support with high performance training and sports science sessions. For more information about ASDC SW visit asdcsw.ca.