Recent Events

September 9th, 2016
The Warner Hockey School will be operating for the 2017-18 season. We will be operating as the Southern Alberta Xtreme. If you are interested in more information about the program please contact Mike Carlsen at 403-389-1299 or email carlsen3@shaw.caThere is also a FREE identification and development camp that the Extreme will ...
Warriors Welcome a New Head Coach
March 16th, 2016


The Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the appointment of Bruce Bell to the position of Head Coach / Director of Hockey Operations for the Warner Hockey School effective March 17, 2016. Marie Logan, Chair of the Horizon Board of Trustees, comments, “Following what literally turned out to be a world-wide recruitment endeavour, we are thrilled to have Bruce join our extended team of committed individuals at Warner Hockey School. We believe that Mr. Bell’s experience as a professional hockey player, coach and ‘teacher’ of the game will be integral to the continued success of our program.” Bruce was drafted in the 52nd overall by the Quebec Nordiques in 1984. Following his inaugural season, Bruce was named to the NHL All Rookie Team along with goaltender Steve Penney, fellow defenseman Chris Chelios, and forwards, Tomas Sandstrom, Warren Young and Mario Lemieux. 
During his 17 years in professional hockey, he played in 850 games, scored 124 goals, and collected 457 assists for a total of 581 points. He played in 243 NHL games scoring 15 goals and collecting 69 assists. In 1991 Bruce was named the Cape Breton Oilers President Trophy winner. He was also recognized as an OHL, AHL, and CHL All-Star. Louis Blues, New York Rangers, and Edmonton Oilers, for the Quebec Nordiques, St. As significant as his on-ice success as a player is Bruce’s commitment to the development of young people as hockey players and citizens. He has operated the Bruce Bell Hockey School for 16 years and has served as
he Hockey Academy Director for Kate Andrews High School and R.I. Baker Middle School since 2007. He is also the Program Director for the AAA Foothills Elite Summer Hockey Program and serves as a coach / mentor with the Taber Golden Suns organization in Taber, Alberta.
Bruce has coached at many levels of hockey including the European League, numerous minor leagues, the Alberta Junior Hockey league, Canadian University, as well as AA, and AAA levels of Minor Hockey. Bruce has also played for 5 different Stanley Cup winning coaches. Bruce states, “I look forward to working hand in hand with the student athletes, their families, Warner School and the Division while representing each of them in a professional manner. I have the utmost respect for the Village of Warner and greater rural community that surrounds the school. I am well aware how much the town has done for this program to be a success and I want all to know I realise it takes a collaborative partnership to succeed.” Bruce and his wife Darby have three children.

Please join us in welcoming Bruce Bell to the Warner Hockey School, Warner School and the Horizon School Division.

Marie Logan, Board Chair
Warner Hockey School joins the CSSHL
March 22nd, 2016

The Warner Hockey School is proud to announce that they will compete in the Canadian Sport School Hockey League (CSSHL) Female Division for the 2016 - 2017 season.
Other teams in this league include Pusuit of Excellence, Edge, Okanagan Hockey Academy, Banff Hockey Acadmey and St FX Hockey Academy.

Click on the CSSHL press realease link for more details

CSSHL press release
March 23rd, 2016
Warner Hockey School is proud to announce that Warrior defensman #8 Lindsay Weech has committed to the University of Alberta for next year. Lindsay was a Warrior for 3 years coming to us from Fernie BC. As a Warrior Lindsay played in 148 games with a total of 13 goals and ...
March 23rd, 2016
Warner Hockey School is proud to announce that Warner Warriors' goaltender #31 Morgan Lindstein has committed to the Norwich Univeristy for next year. Morgan joined the Warriors in 2014 and in her rookie season she was named JWHL goaltender of the year and was named a first team all star. Morgan joins fellow ...
Check out our new Facebook page!
April 28th, 2016

Check out Warner Hockey School's new facebook page. Please follow us for details regarding upcoming events, pictures and game results and more. While your at it follow us on twitter @WarnerWarriors.



Warner Hockey School Status
July 28th, 2016

Welcome to the Warner Hockey School 2016/1017

Warner Hockey School will not have a team in the Canadian Sports School League this year.  We are currently regrouping and look forward to the fall of 2017 when Warner will once again resume their place in the hockey league.

Warner Hockey School has a successful history in both the Alberta Major Midget Female Hockey League and in the Junior Women’s Hockey League.  The hockey program in Warner has been used as a model by many other hockey schools in Canada. Tough economic times make every business restructure and reflect and in this growth year that is just what we will do.  You can be assured that the Warner Hockey program will be back and will continue to provide high calibre hockey training to young athletes.

We look forward to the opportunity to re-build our hockey program. Applications for the fall 2017 season are being accepted now and will continue to be until the team is full.

If you have questions about the Warner Hockey School they may be directed to

Bruce Bell Hockey Program Director



Dave LeGrandeur  Principal  Warner School

Phone 403 642-3931


2016 Identification Camp a success
July 25th, 2016

As another season is quickly coming to a start the Warner Hockey School held their annual Identification camp July 22nd to 24th. This year's camp was a great success and we would like to thank everyone who attended as well as all of the volunteers who helped to make this camp possible. The Warriors were very proud to have 4 alumni come and represent the program and demonstrate the quality of people and athletes that this program is known for. We are very proud of all that they have accomiplished since graduating and cannot thank them enough for taking the time out of their summers to help teach a future generation of Warriors.