Hockey Canada Initiation Program Policy 2017-2018

Hockey Canada wants all of Canada on the same page when it comes to the delivery of its Initiation Program – traditionally a player’s first brush with organized hockey at the ages of five and six. The New Policy mandates cross-ice and half-ice hockey for Initiation Players. The NOHA will have more information on the Initiation Program to follow. Hockey Canada Initiation Program Policy

Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup - Peewee Teams

Hockey Canada and Chevrolet are excited to announce that there’s a new trophy in hockey. But it isn’t for winning a championship. This trophy is awarded to the team that has the best season off the ice. It’s the Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup, and this year one Peewee hockey team will take it home for performing the most impressive good deed in Canada. To compete for the Cup all your team needs to do is perform at least one good deed within your community. The more impressive the good deed, the better your team’s chances of winning. Good deeds are entered with a YouTube video (1 min. max) submitted by March 15th, 2017 telling us what your team did. Simply fill out the entry form at ChevroletH

2017 Advanced Skills Analysis Coaching Seminar

The NOHA will be hosting the fourth annual Advanced Skills Analysis Coaching Seminar at the 2017 NOHA Development Weekend occurring from August 10 to 13, 2017 in Sudbury. The Advanced Skills Analysis Coaching Seminar consists of Instructional Stream Clinics in Skating, Skills, Developing Defencemen, and Goaltending. There will be a heavy emphasis on the use of video to breakdown and teach skills. All seminars will be instructed by knowledgeable hockey personnel from the American Hockey League, Ontario Hockey League, and Hockey Canada. Coaches who attend the Seminar will have the opportunity to work with players attending the OHF/OHL Under-15 Camp in both practices and games. The OHF/OHL Unde

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