2017 Under-15 Program of Excellence Camp Announcement

The NOHA, OHF and OHL have announced the details of the 2017 OHF/OHL Under-15 Program of Excellence as part of the 2017 NOHA Development Weekend. This program is the only Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) and Ontario Hockey League (OHL) combined sanctioned event for the 2002 age group within the NOHA. The program will be held over a three-day weekend – August 11-13, 2017 in Sudbury, ON. Players will participate in intense, high performance on and off ice sessions and seminars. On-ice sessions will be ran by OHL personnel and will include, two practices (Individual Skills and Team Tactics), On-Ice Testing and three games. Off-ice sessions include seminars on Mental Health, Sports Psychology, Nu

ParticipACTION 150

LET'S CELEBRATE HOCKEY In support of ParticipACTION 150, Hockey Canada is encouraging all Canadians to get out and enjoy Canada’s national winter sport. All Canadians are invited to celebrate hockey in all its forms on Jan. 28 and post their photos on social media; whether it’s pond hockey, sledge hockey, street hockey, mini-stick hockey or floorball – show Canada through social media by using the following #150PlayList and #HockeyCanada. Be active and play hockey! "BRING A FRIEND" TO THE RINK From Jan. 23-29, minor hockey associations from coast to coast to coast are encouraged to have Initiation, Novice and Atom players “bring a friend” to the rink and give the opportunity for friends not

New Head Contact Rule

Beginning the 2011/2012 season, Hockey Canada introduced a new rule for head contact; see Hockey Canada rule 6.5 for further information. These rules were implemented to help curb hits to the head, which are the leading cause of concussions. While the NOHA Board does feel that these rules have helped, they also feel that more can be done to further send a message that contact to the head area will not be tolerated. See letter below for full information. Letter to Membership - Head Contact

Free Developing Skilled Defensemen Clinic in Haileybury on January 29, 2017

The NOHA is offering a free Developing Skills Defensemen Level 1 Clinic on January 29, 2017 at the Haileybury Arena. The Clinic runs from 2:00 PM to 5:30 PM. The clinic is 3 hours in length spread out over one day. Throughout the day, coaches will review interactive Clinic Modules on the following topics: Skating: Defensemen specific Breakouts basics: Individual defenseman skills Regroup: Basic skills Neutral zone play Defensive zone: 1-1 play Shooting: Individual skills All participants that are attending this Developing Skilled Defensemen Level 1 Clinic will receive five (5) points towards their Development 1/High Performance 1 Re-Certification. Please note that this Clinic is open to thos

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