The Kanata Blazers Major Novice A team came home the winners of the Pickering “Bring Your AA Game” tournament. After some challenging round robin games, Kanata moved on to the semi-finals seeded in first place. In a very tight semi-final game, Kanata managed to hang on for a 3-1 win over Nepean and moved on […]
After a very challenging round robin, Kanata came out with 2-0-2 record to claim the 4th seed in the semi’s. In a very tight semi-final game, Kanata was able to beat the top seed team and move onto the finals. Catching an early lead in the final game, Kanata was able to get the job […]
REGISTRATON IS NOW FULL AND CLOSED FOR THE 2016/17 SEASON PLS CHECK BACK IN MID MAY FOR DETAILS ABOUT THE 2017/18 SEASON REGISTRATION
One parent of all new IP and Novice level players must complete the online version of
Respect in Sport for parents by September 1st, 2016.
If it is not completed by September 1st, the player will not be able to go on the ice.
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 […]
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 […]
POLICE CHECK FOLLOW UP It will take 6-8 weeks to receive your police check completed police check in the mail. Once you receive it, please email a copy (you keep the original for your records) to risk and safety firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org For those who require a police check Download the Ottawa Police Form […]
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 […]