LAVAL UNIVERSITY’S SPORTS PAVILION
A PLACE FOR ACTION!
A prized sports facility since 1970, Laval University’s physical education and sports pavilion (PEPS) is Canada’s largest athletic centre.
Home to the Rouge et Or football team—six-time Canadian champions—PEPS offers young EHC players exceptional facilities and a place to meet other athletes.
- Two ice rinks, skate sharpening booth, hockey equipment shop;
- Indoor and outdoor soccer stadiums, 400-metre track, volleyball courts, pool;
- Gymnasium, weight room, tennis courts, softball fields, relaxation and viewing areas;
- Private and semi-private rooms on campus;
- Laval University’s medical clinic and 24/7 hospital centre;
- Video camera, radar to measure skating and slapshot speed, big screen, reference videos.
SUPER PEPS, THE PEPS OF TOMORROW
Olympic-sized swimming pool, with stands for 1,600 spectators;
Gymnasium for basketball, volleyball and badminton, with amphitheatre seating for 3,500 spectators;
- Indoor soccer/football centre;
- Multi-room weight training and exercise centre.
with the activities supervised by our team of pros !
Daily activities at EHC are closely supervised by our specialized personnel. Staff members include :
- Monitors and coordinators
- Physical education instructors
- Professionals from the NHL and other leagues
Monitors are on hand for all activities to supervise students and provide individual tips and assistance. A ratio of one monitor for 15 students is maintained at all times.
- Pre-Mite and Mite: 4 monitors
- Squirt: 3 monitors
- Pee-wee, Bantam, Midget: 2 monitors
All our physical education instructors are university graduates. They are responsible for the teaching and development of EHC hockey programs. An on-ice ratio of 1 instructor to 6 students is maintained at all times (1 to 5 for goaltenders). No more than 30 students and 20 goaltenders may be on the ice together at one time.
At EHC, teacher-players from the NHL and other leagues are hand-picked by management. Only those with a knack for teaching and a genuine interest in working with young players are invited to EHC.