Quickcard Minor Hockey Week is just around the corner! Things officially kick off on Friday, January 12th. Fort Saskatchewan Minor Hockey has 26 teams participating in this ten-day tournament.

All teams can find their game schedule and results on the Quickcard Minor Hockey Week website

Quickcard Minor Hockey Week Arena Abbreviation Guide


Adult spectators must pay admission to attend Minor Hockey Week games. Adult Admission (18-65 years) is $5 for a tournament access button.

Purchasing a button gives you access to all Minor Hockey Week games and a small premium-roast coffee at participating McDonald’s Restaurants.

Please stop at the entrance to the arena and buy your button.



If you are interested in volunteering for this event please contact gm@fsmhockey.com



The rules of play during Minor Hockey Week are different than league play.

Some key differences are:

  • Games are shorter
  • Games are straight-time/running-time
  • Penalties are straight-time from the drop of the puck (2, 5 or 10 minutes)
  • If you are a coach or volunteer, please familiarize yourself with the Tournament Rules.

Social Media 

Stories from Quikcard Edmonton Minor Hockey Week have been shared between families for decades ever since the event started in 1964. If your team is sharing QEMHW stories on social media, please tag Hockey Edmonton, FSMH and use the hashtag #QEMHW. This is the easiest way for us to see the post and share it.


Did you know? 

Referees who participate in Minor Hockey Week volunteer 100% of their time; this helps keep the cost of this tournament low.

Minor Hockey Week is one of the largest and longest-running hockey tournaments in the world! This year, there will be close to 10,000 players participating in Minor Hockey Week, U9-U18.



Participation in MHW has been part of our hockey community since 1964. Please embrace this experience and enjoy the opportunity to be part of this unique event.

Participating FSMH teams are expected to uphold the tournament rules and abide by the Code of Conduct. Additionally, all coaches are expected to maintain the highest standards of personal conduct and support the principles of fair play.