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  • 04
    Aug
    Organization
    With the Government of Ontario’s implementation of Stage 3 within regions of the province, the Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) has developed a Return to Hockey Stage 3 that is compliant with and aligned to public health guidelines that will guide a ...
  • 10
    Jun
    Organization
    As parts of Ontario begin phase two of reopening, I know we are all eagerly anticipating news on our upcoming hockey season
  • 10
    Jun
    Organization
    Novice AA (U9) - Mark Lynch Minor Atom AA (U10) - Matt Catherwood Atom AA (U11) - Brandon Boone Minor Peewee AA (U12) - Don Shantz Peewee AA (U13) - Pat Sica Minor Bantam AA (U14) - Tony DiCarlo Bantam AA (U15) - Justin York Minor Midget AA ...
  • 14
    May
    Organization
    An Open Letter to All Canadians from Hockey Canada: As provinces and territories phase in a plan to reopen in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are questions about when hockey will return, and how it will look when it does.  Hockey Canada ...
  • 06
    May
    Organization
    Dear Hockey Families, Registration for the 2020-2021 season is now open!  Over the coming months we will be sending out communication, along with updating the website regarding tryouts and seasonal start dates as they become ...
  • 01
    May
    Organization
    If you are registering your child for the first time with the OMHA, please make sure you complete the required Respect in Sport Parent Certification.  This course is required before NFMHA can roster your child to a team.  To access this course, ...
  • 20
    Apr
    Organization
    As we continue to monitor the situation with COVID-19 (coronavirus) closely, our main priority is the safety and well being of everyone involved in our game. A resource page (OMHA.net/COVID-19) has been created that will be continually be updated ...
  • 13
    Mar
    Organization
    The Ontario Minor Hockey Association’s foremost priority is the health and safety of our participants, volunteers and hockey families. We have been proactively working alongside Health Canada, Hockey Canada and local public health officials in ...
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