The Kanata Blazers Major Atom AA team won the OEMHL playoff championship on March 29th by beating the Gloucester Rangers 7-5 to win their final round series 8 points to 4. After sweeping the first two series of the playoffs, the Blazers got out to a fast start winning the first three games of the [...]
Clinic Reimbursement Policy General Info In order to be reimbursed for any Clinic, a Clinic Reimbursement form must be downloaded from the KMHA website and submitted to the KMHA office with receipt and all documentation required, as per below. All reimbursements requests must be submitted within the timeframes below, and are to be submitted by [...]
The Kanata Blazers Bantam Minor AA are champions of the 9th Annual Capital Winter Classic tournament which was held January 11-13 at the Bell Sensplex.
The Kanata Bantam B Beavers gave Coach ‘Paddy’ the perfect Birthday gift. They gave him 5 hard fought games during the Nepean Raiders Bantam B Tournament. It was an exciting tournament this weekend, the 11,12 & 13 of January, as the ‘Beavers’ managed to fend off a mostly Ottawa based group of teams. The Hawksbury [...]
Kanata Blazers Minor Atom ‘AA’ went undefeated during the Bell Capital Cup all the way to the Finals where they lost a really close game to the OV Silver 7 Black team 4-3. The Coaching staff is very proud of how well the entire team was playing throughout the whole tournament.
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Bullying is a widespread and serious problem that can happen anywhere. It is not a phase children have to go through, it is not “just messing around”, and it is not something to grow out of. Bullying can cause serious and lasting harm. Although definitions of bullying vary, most agree that bullying involves: Imbalance of [...]
PLAY SAFE, PLAY SMART “LEARN MORE ABOUT THE HEAD CONTACT RULE” Resources to understand the head contact rule including great videos Coach tools to support pre-season parent and team meetings Concussion resources including responsible “return to play guidelines” http://hockeycanada.ca/headcontactrule 2011/2012 RULE CHANGE Rule 6.5 Head Contact In Minor and Female, a Minor Penalty shall [...]
Booking a KMHA official for your upcoming exhibition game has never been easier. Just fill out the form on the Exhibition Game – Request Officials page and we will be in contact with you to confirm as soon as possible. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Nik McLean, the KMHA Referee-in-Chief [...]
Congratulations to the following House League award winners for the 2012/13 season. The awards were handed out on Coach Appreciation Night. 2012-2013 Coach of the Year Midget A- Rob Rathwell 2012-2013 Coach of the Year Midget B- Darin Bailey 2012/2013 Midget Volunteer of the Year- Ken McGuirk 2012/2013 Midget Volunteer of the Year- Jon Lovagi [...]
Friday December 21st marked the inaugural Big Brother practice, the pairing of players on the PeeWee A3 Kapitals with the Novice C5 Bolts. The big brothers on the PeeWee team were asked to share their passion, respect and skills with their little buddies, Novice players who in most cases are playing their first season of [...]
Phenomenal final game: The Kanata Kanucks versus the Shawville Lions. Regular time ended with zero-zero tie. Then we went into 5 minutes of 4 on 4 over time and still a tie, that was followed by a best of three shoot out that ended 1:1. Then we went into a sudden death shoot out. On [...]
This is a reminder to all coaches and members of KMHA that we has an Association, decided to go non-checking in House This is binding on all coaches and players and there is no leeway. PeeWee, Bantam and Midget coaches may think a clinic takes care of this requirement, but the answer to that is [...]
Welcome to the KMHA Initiation Program As the upcoming 2011 – 2012 Initiation Program (IP) season is quickly approaching, I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself. My name is Ian Hames, this year’s IP Convenor for KMHA. This is my third season of being involved at the IP level and I absolutely [...]
The Major Atom AA Blazers headed to Kingston the weekend of January 11th to play in the 2013 Limestone City Cup AAA hockey tournament. In round robin play, the Blazers went undefeated registering victories over the Central Ontario Wolves, Kingston Junior Frontenacs, Quinte Red Devils and Seaway Valley Rapids by a combined score of 20-5. [...]
The Midget AA Blazers went 5-0 which included a hard-hitting 4-2 win over North Toronto, an exciting 1-0 win over a talented Deux-Rives team and a 2-0 win over their nemesis, the Sting, in the semi-final. The Major Midgets then met the Sherbrooke Harfangs for the second time in three days and skated away with a 3-1 [...]
The Minor Midget B Kanata Blazers were victorious in Kingston recently, winning the Kingston Canadians tournament. After losing a close one in their first game, the Blazers went on to win their next 4 games, beating their nemesis Stittsville Rams in the final. The team was coached to victory by Amanda Burford and Matt Budd [...]
Kanata Blazers Major Bantam B defeated Leitrim 2-0 to win the Roger Senecal Tournament this weekend. The Blazers showed respect, heart, pride, and determination all weekend long in outscoring the opposition 19-7 in 5 games played. Thanks to the players and coaches for a fun filled weekend.
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The Kanata Blazers Major Peewee B team advanced to the quarter finals at this years Bell Capital Cup, but lost in OT. They then added to their good showing by being awarded The Bill Patterson Trophy for this year’s tournament. The trophy goes to the team that best demonstrates fair play and sportsmanship during the round robin. The parents of the Blazers [...]
The Kanata Blazers Major Atom B team won the Roger Senecal Tournament in Ottawa this past weekend, December 9th. The Blazers put together three solid games in the round robin, finishing 3 and 0 to advance to the finals. They faced a strong challenger in the Tri-City Griffons, who they met in the round robin [...]
The Minor Peewee A Blazers had a surprise visit from Coach Paul MacLean and the Ottawa Senators coaching staff including Dave Cameron, Tim Pattyson and Jordan Silmser. Coach MacLean put the Blazers through their paces at practice. The players were surprised and thrilled when the Senators coaches walked into the dressing room a few minutes [...]
In any case where there is a serious injury, i.e. a player is unable to return to a game/practice vs. missing a shift or two and then returning (ex. just winded), the Hockey Canada Injury Report (HCIR) form must be filled out by the team trainer. If you have, or suspect you have a concussion [...]
All KMHA Coaches, players and on-ice volunteers, including Trainers are to wear helmets, properly fastened whenever they are on the ice surface. For Trainers Specifically; when a team has a injured player on the ice that requires the Trainer to go out onto the ice surface, the Trainer MUST have a helmet on their head, [...]
The Kanata Blazers Minor Atom B team started out their season in spectacular fashion winning the First Annual Eric Leighton Memorial Tournament in Nepean. The Blazers put together three solid games in the round robin finishing 3 and 0 to advance to the semi-finals where they brought their ‘A’ game beating the Leitrim Hawks 5-1. [...]
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Congratulations! You are now a head coach of a competitive hockey team with the KMHA. In this position you will be working with a host of other volunteers that will help and assist you through your season. You are directly responsible to the Director of Competitive Programs (2011-2012, Steve MacLean). You will also get assistance [...]