Hello Falcons!

We hope you’re enjoying your summer! Our Rust-Off Camps will be held during the last two weeks of August.  We have finalized our developers and are happy to announce that Kaivo Hockey, LSGC, and Meghan Agosta will be joining us this summer.

Registration will open July 28th at 8am

Registration Requirements
   ~   For Rust-Off – minimum 1 year experience required
   ~   For U11 Rep Prep – Registered to tryout for U11C1
   ~   For Rep Prep – players must have played Rep within the last 2 years (U11C1, U13A1 & A2, U15A1 & A2, U18A1)*Surrey Female players and goalies will be prioritized ahead of external applicants as there is limited space.

*No Refunds*



U13- U18 Recreation Level Rust off  – Kaivo Hockey $125
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SSLCAr – Ice Rink 3 1 23 Aug 2022 Tue 05:45 PM 06:45 PM

SSLCAr – Ice Rink 3 1 24 Aug 2022 Wed 05:45 PM 06:45 PM

SSLCAr – Ice Rink 3 1 25 Aug 2022 Thu 05:45 PM 06:45 PM


U7/U9/U11 Rust off Aug 28-Sept 1  – Kavio Hockey Cost $160
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28 Aug 2022 Sun 01:00 PM 02:00 PM
29 Aug 2022 Mon 04:45 PM 05:45 PM
31 Aug 2022 Wed 05:00 PM 06:00 PM
01 Sep 2022 Thu 06:15 PM 07:15 PM


U11 Rust Off Rep Prep + 2 Dryland Sessions Kaivo Hockey $295
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29 Aug 2022 Mon 06:00 PM 07:00 PM  ICE
29 Aug 2022 Mon 07:45 PM 08:45 PM  ICE
30 Aug 2022 Tue 04:45 PM 05:45 PM ICE
31 Aug 2022 Wed 06:15 PM 07:15 PM  ICE
31 Aug 730-830pm Dryland
01 Sep 2022 Thu 07:30 PM 08:30 PM  ICE

01 Sep 6pm-7pm Dryland


U13 Rust off Rep Prep + 4 Dryland Sessions Meghan Agosta On-ice and Kaivo Strength & Conditioning $325
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29 Aug 545pm-645pm Dryland
29 Aug 2022 Mon 07:15 PM 08:15 PM ICE
30 Aug 2022 Tue 05:45 PM 06:45 PM ICE
30 Aug Tue 7pm-8pm Dryland ICE
31 Aug 2022 Wed 06:00 PM 07:00 PM ICE
01 Sep 6pm-7pm Dryland
01 Sep 2022 Thu 07:45 PM 08:45 PM ICE
02 Sep friday 515-615 Dryland
02 Sep 2022 Fri 06:45 PM 08:00 PM ICE



U15-U18 Rust off Rep Prep + 4 Dryland Session Megan Agosta & Kaivo Hockey Strength & Conditioning $325
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29 Aug Mon 7pm-8pm Dryland
29 Aug 2022 Mon 08:30 PM 09:30 PM
30 Aug Tues 530-630pm Dryland
30 Aug 2022 Tue 07:00 PM 08:00 PM
31 Aug Wed 515-615pm Dryland
31 Aug 2022 Wed 07:15 PM 08:15 PM
01 Sep 2022 Thu 06:30 PM 07:30 PM
02 Sep 2022 Fri 05:15 PM 06:30 PM
02 Sep 2022 Fri 645-745pm Dryland


Goalie Clinic & Sessions
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U11 Goalies Cost $275
U13 Goalies  Cost $300
U15-18 Goalies Cost $300

Goalies can attend the main ice & dryland sessions of their respective age groups, unless their own “goalie only” session is in conflict.

Goalie ONLY sessions U11-U18 Provided by LSGC
SSLCAr – Ice Rink 3 1 30 Aug 2022 Tue 04:30 PM 05:30 PM
SSLCAr – Ice Rink 3 1 01 Sep 2022 Thu 05:15 PM 06:15 PM


About Meghan

Meghan Agosta has been a member of the Canadian Women’s National Hockey Team since 2004. She has played in four Olympic Winter Games, winning gold in Turin 2006, Vancouver 2010, Sochi 2014 and recently winning a silver medal in Pyongchang, South Korea. With nine goals and six assists, she was the top scorer at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games and was voted Most Valuable Player and Best Forward as well as being named to the Media All-Star Team. Agosta has also been a part of eight world championship teams, winning gold in 2007 and 2012 to go with six silver medals.

After Sochi 2014, Agosta took a break from hockey to focus on her career in Law Enforcement. After attending the Police Academy, Agosta is now a full time police constable with the Vancouver Police Department. She returned to the National Team program in the fall of 2015, competing at the World Championships in 2016 and 2017. While playing for the Montreal Stars of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League in 2012-13, Agosta became the first player to win the Angela James Bowl in back-to-back seasons as the CWHL’s leading scorer. In 2011-12 she set the CWHL’s single season scoring record.

Collegiately, Agosta had played for Mercyhurst University where she was named four times as a finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Award as the top women’s NCAA player. Without a CWHL team in Vancouver, Agosta keeps her skills sharp by practicing with a local Midget AAA team (Valley West Hawks), plays for the Vancouver Police hockey team (Centurions), plays on an over 30 team (Devils) and works with a skills coach out of UBC (Mike Sommers).


Kaivo Hockey

Justin Rai is the founder of Kaivo Hockey. He grew up in the lower mainland playing for the North Shore Winter Club for the majority of his minor hockey. He began his junior hockey career playing Junior B for the Richmond Sockeyes. He played the next 3 seasons in Junior A for the Prince George Spruce Kings in the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL). Through his playing career in the BCHL he earned a scholarship to an NCAA Division 1 Hockey East school, the University of Maine. The prestigious Maine hockey program consists of alumni such as Paul Kariya, Ben Hutton, Ben Bishop, Gustav Nyqvist, Devin Shore and Scott Darling.


Jonathan Philley is the Head of Strength/Conditioning and a Head On Ice Skills Coach for Kaivo Hockey.  He began his junior hockey career playing Junior B for the Mission City Outlaws and eventually the Aldergrove Kodiaks  (PJHL). Following Junior B, Jonathan traveled east to play Junior A hockey for the Dryden Ice Dogs where he would finish his junior career.  Through his time in Dryden he earned a scholarship to play at the college level in St. Louis, Missouri (NCAA) where he received awards in both academics and athletics while pursuing his degree in Biomedical Physiology and Health Science.  Jonathan is currently an ACE certified Health Coach and Personal Trainer, providing high-performance development programs for his clients both on the ice and off the ice.




With the game of hockey becoming faster and more dynamic, goaltenders need to adapt, relying on athleticism and technical foundations during a variety of in-game sequences. By focusing on each goaltenders strengths, and refining certain areas of their skill set, goaltenders can cultivate a well-rounded approach to the position and to the game of hockey. Our development philosophy places a strong emphasis on certain foundational aspects and demands a focus on pro-habits that can otherwise be neglected.

We recognize each goaltender is different, and as such, design specifically tailored programs that focus on each goalkeeper’s needs. Our coaching style pushes goaltenders to find what works for them and combine athleticism and hockey intelligence with strong technical ability. Within this philosophy, there is a critical importance that goaltenders take ownership of their game, working in tandem with our highly qualified staff. This, in turn, builds a host of skills that goaltenders can take with them in their hockey career and at each stage of their lives. At the goalie group, we look to develop athletes into elite goaltenders, but at the same time, strive to build our students into better contributors to society as they progress through their careers.



Thank you,

SFHA Executive