Want to add competitive tryouts? Email info@kmha.ca to add tryouts . Deadline to add competitive tryouts is July 31st-NO TRYOUTS WILL BE ADDED AFTER THAT DATE,NO EXCEPTIONS.     NOVICE - ATOM-PEEWEE-MIDGET ARE NOW WAIT LISTED, YOU CANNOT REGISTER ANY NOVICE - ATOM-PEEWEE OR MIDGET PLAYER ONLINE .. TO ADD YOUR PLAYER TO THE NOVICE/ATOM/PEEWEE OR MIDGET WAIT LIST. EMAIL YOUR PLAYERS FULL NAME AND DATE OF BIRTH TO THE REGISTRAR AT registrar.kmha@gmail.com     We hope you had a great season. Have a safe and fun summer

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Arena Maps

Arena Maps

List of ice-rinks and arenas in Ontario http://www.arenamaps.com/

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KMHA News

Clinic Reimbursement for Team Officials

Clinic Reimbursement for Team Officials

If you are on an official team list and had to take a clinic as part of being on a team a coach, assistant coach, goalie coach, on ice helper, trainer or manager for example respect in sport, or a coach clinic or a trainer clinic. Then you can get reimbursed for the cost of […]

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Non Sanctioned Leagues

Non Sanctioned Leagues

Click here to view original document. Non-Sanctioned Leagues LEAGUES OPERATING OUTSIDE THE AUSPICES OF HOCKEY CANADA Calgary, AB -: – Hockey Canada, its member Branches, Major Junior and registered Junior Hockey Leagues in Canada are concerned with the proliferation of leagues that operate outside the auspices of Hockey Canada. Hockey Canada offers the best development programs worldwide. It has invested significant resources in the development of […]

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Sensplex Programs

2015-2016 Complete Player Development Program:

2015-2016 Complete Player Development Program:

Become a great all-around player with the Ottawa Senators Complete Player Development Program. For more information, visit Sensplex.ca or click here.

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2015-2016 Performance & Power Skating Program:

2015-2016 Performance & Power Skating Program:

Get on the ice this fall and develop the perfect stride with the Ottawa Senators Performance & Power Skating Program.For more information, please visit:http://www.sensplex.ca/performance-power-skating

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Important

Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct

All coaches, officials, parents and players must sign a “Code of Conduct” pledge before being allowed to participate in hockey and must continue to observe the principles of Fair Play. Read More

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KMHA Police Records- Now what?

KMHA Police Records- Now what?

September 18, 2015

POLICE CHECK FOLLOW UP Anyone who attended , thank you for your patience, it was a busy night. It will take 6-8 weeks to receive your police check in the mail. Once you receive it, please email a copy(you keep the original for your records) to risk and safety riskandsafety@kmha.ca   For those who did […]

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Mouth Guard Policy Update 2014

Mouth Guard Policy Update 2014

February 14, 2014

ODMHA mouth guard rule. The ODMHA has now replaced its mandatory mouth guard rule for all players in the Ottawa area. Where it previously stated that mouth guards were mandatory during all on ice activities, the word mandatory has now been replaced with recommended. Therefore, effective Immediately, mouth guards are no longer a required piece […]

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Carleton University Parking

Carleton University Parking

August 21, 2013

Carleton University Parking If your team has ice scheduled at the Carleton University Ice House, parking passes are no longer required for those parking in the ice house parking lot on evenings and weekends.

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Know KMHA Injury Reporting Procedures

Know KMHA Injury Reporting Procedures

October 26, 2012

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 […]

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