3|Nolans Website

The 3|Nolans website has now launched. Please be sure to check it out.

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WHERE IT ALL STARTED

3|NOLANS was co-founded in 2013 by Ted Nolan, Brandon Nolan, and Jordan Nolan as a way to offer a hockey skills development camp for First Nation youth in First Nation communities across Canada. This is how the 3|NOLANS First Nation Hockey School was born.

WHY WE DECIDED TO START 3|NOLANS

The program was developed to specifically work with First Nation youth to further develop their hockey skills and knowledge, but more importantly, teach them the importance of living healthy active lifestyles, how to be positive role models, and how to become future leaders in their communities. The 3|NOLANS came up with the idea to host their own hockey schools as a way to reach and impact the lives of First Nation youth across Canada. After years of being contracted to work for other First Nation and non-First Nation owned and operated hockey schools, the 3|NOLANS decided to create their own hockey school as a way to use their names to attract First Nation youth to the hockey rink, then more importantly, teach them life skills outside of the hockey rink that will take them to great places as they embark on their lives into adulthood.

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Opportunity and hard work

Article by: Dave LaForce 

PARIS – The 3-NOLANS First Nation Hockey School came to the Brant Sports Complex in Paris last week to pass on not only two generations of NHL-level hockey knowledge, but also a message about the power of hard work and determination in life as well.

Dozens of young Onkwehon:we future stars hung on their every word as Buffalo Sables coach and NHL Coach-of-the-Year winner, Ted Noland and his two sons, former Carolina Hurricane, Brandon, and two time Stanley Cup winner with the L.A. Kings, Jordan Nolan, encouraged Onkwehon:we youth to shoot for their dreams, no matter what they might be.

The 3 NOLANS Hockey Camp is a 5-day skills development camp for boys and girls between the ages of 7 and 14 years. Nolan, joined by his two sons Brandon and Jordan, have developed a program that works with First Nation youth to further develop their hockey skills and knowledge. Read more

3|NOLANS on APTN

NATIONAL NEWS | 14. JUL, 2014 BY APTN NATIONAL NEWS

Ted Nolan’s hockey camp about more than shooting pucks. In New Brunswick, young hockey players have just wrapped up a week picking up tips from the pros.

The Ted Nolan Foundation held a hockey camp in the province for First Nations youth and the camp’s lessons went much farther than how to move the puck.

APTN’s Trina Roache has this story.

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