Tim Green, Chief Instructor

Born and raised in Camrose, Alberta, Tim Green played his entire minor hockey in his hometown and made the jump to the Camrose Kodiaks in their inaugural season at the age of 16. He then went on to play four years in the WHL and two years playing in his hometown of Camrose for the Augustana Vikings where he won a scoring title and was named League MVP. In 2004 he played professionally in Columbus, Georgia. In those six years he won a Championship, and currently holds the record for most points in franchise history.  In the first of three seasons coaching Bantam AAA Hockey in Camrose Tim Green was named AMBHL Coach of the Year.  Tim also spent two seasons as an assistant coach with the Camrose Jr.A Kodiaks. Tim continues to regularly participate in Hockey Alberta coaching programs and is a certified High Performance Coach.

Tim Green Hockey Development camps have had numerous high level instructors who have experience ranging from Junior, College and Pro including the NHL. We hold all instructors to the highest standard and ensure that the kids are experiencing the best quality instruction possible.