KMHA News

Please Help This Young Teen Find a Permanent Family

Please Help This Young Teen Find a Permanent Family

In Partnership with the Kanata Minor Hockey Association, and The Children’s Aid Society of Ottawa (CAS), we are looking for a family to adopt a 15 year old male youth, named Paul. An intelligent, funny, athletic, and artistic teen, Paul is succeeding in class, on the ice, and on the stage,    struggling all the while […]

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Checking clinic for players registered for competitive tryouts

Checking clinic for players registered for competitive tryouts

Checking Clinic There will be a mandatory checking clinic for all players registered in Bantam and Midget Competitive tryouts (AA and B) who have not previously played hockey with body checking. Any players who have recently participated in a KMHA sanctioned hitting clinic do not need to attend. If you are unsure, please contact Julie Bell (KMHA Development Coordinator) […]

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Midget AAA Update

Midget AAA Update

HEO Midget AAA League Update As part of our commitment to keep parents informed on the development of this new program, there have been some very recent developments in the new HEO Midget AAA League. The AAA Associations/AAA League appeal to block the new HEO Midget AAA league has been heard by Hockey Canada and […]

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Attention: Goalie Mask Safety Issues and Recall

Attention: Goalie Mask Safety Issues and Recall

Attention all goalies and goalie parents, please see the links below in regards to goalie mask safety issues CBC Story: Goalie Mask Defect Leads to Severe Eye Injury http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/defective-goalie-mask-cage-is-there-a-way-to-improve-the-recall-system-1.3109771 Health Canada Product Recall http://www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/recall-alert-rappel-avis/hc-sc/2015/52703r-eng.php http://www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/recall-alert-rappel-avis/hc-sc/2015/52703r-eng.php  

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Mouth Guard Policy Update 2014

Mouth Guard Policy Update 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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Competitive News

Rep Coach Assignments for 2015-2016 Season

Rep Coach Assignments for 2015-2016 Season

Level   Coach Intro Letters Novice A Todd White Todd White Coach Letter (updated) Minor  Atom A Derek Chartier B Tim Cregan Tim Cregan Coach Letter Major Atom AA Kevin MacTavish Kevin MacTavish Coach Letter A Mike Craven Mike Craven Coach Letter B Sylvain Richer Sylvain Richer Coach Letter Minor PeeWee AA Trevor Peters Trevor […]

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House News

Checking – House League

Checking – House League

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 […]

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Community Engage

Community Engage

October 20, 2013

  Community Engage This program generates fundraising dollars for the Association.  We offer various deals on hockey related businesses/products. There is always a Savings component as well as a Fundraising portion – normally 12.5% of most purchases is given back as Fundraising. There are 2 deals posted now that everyone can check out;   http://communityengage.com/odmha/getdeal/KMHA   1. The Ottawa […]

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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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