NOHA Grassroots Festivals 2017-2018

Apply to Host an NOHA Grassroots Festival 2017-18 Interested in offering a free day of skills development, and fun for the players, coaches, and referees in your area? Apply to host a Grassroots Festival in the 2017-2018 season today! More Information

NOHA Official Selected to Skate RBC Cup

Congratulations to NOHA official Kyle Lekun who was selected to officiate the nationally televised RBC Cup Championship Game in Cobourg, ON. The 24-year old Sudbury native wrapped up his fifth season as an on-ice official Sunday night. Lekun recently lined the Gold Medal Game at the 2017 Midget AAA Central Region Championship and was also selected as a linesman for the 2016 Dudley-Hewitt Cup in Kirkland Lake.

NOHA AGM Summary & Awards 2017

The NOHA hosted its 98th Annual General Meeting and 64th Annual Minor Meeting May 6th, 2017. NOHA AGM Summary 2017 2017 Awards Winners

Team NOHA falls to GTHL Blue

KITCHENER – Ethan Keppen scored the game winner midway through the first period and assisted on an insurance goal late in the third, to lead Team GTHL Blue past Team NOHA 6-1, in the first consolation semifinal at the 2017 OHL Gold Cup. The first two goals from GTHL Blue developed much the same way, coming off offensive zone pressure and quick passing to open up lanes. Phil Tomasino, Nicolas Porco, and Daniel D’Amico combined on the first goal of the game 3:22 into the opening frame, with D’Amico’s first of the OHL Gold Cup. Just over four minutes later, Robert Calisti, Tomasino, and Keppen worked the puck tic-tac-toe around the NOHA zone to put GTHL Blue ahead 2-0. Tomasino would finish off

Team NOHA Drops Third Straight

KITCHENER – Graeme Clarke’s three-point performance in Team GTHL Red’s 7-3 win over Team NOHA at the 2017 OHL Gold Cup will best be remembered his second goal of the afternoon. With GTHL Red ahead 5-2 and on a powerplay, Clarke picked up a pass and set up behind the NOHA net. In a flash, he flipped the puck up onto his stick and reached around the post, lacrosse style. “I’ve done it a few times this year, it’s a fun one it just makes the game more fun and doing stuff like that is obviously pretty cool, so I like doing it,” Clarke says of his memorable goal. It was the NOHA that opened the scoring in the first, working low in the GTHL Red zone on the powerplay. Kobe Seguin found a lane and se

Team NOHA falls to OMHA Black

KITCHENER – Spenzer Hazell broke the scoreless deadlock 15:41 into the first period, picking up his first of two goals for Team OMHA Black as they opened Day 2 at the 2017 OHL Gold Cup with a 7-1 win over Team NOHA. Late in the first, NOHA goaltender Jake McGuire got a hold of an initial shot and rebound, but that rebound bounced right to Hazell who found the back of the net. It would be the only goal of the opening frame, with Team OMHA Black carrying the 1-0 lead into the second. Early in the middle period, Hayden Fowler and Blake Murray broke in on a two-on-one for OMHA Black. Fowler passed to Murray, who finished off the play with an easy flip into the open net. About eight minutes later

Team NOHA Drops OHL Gold Cup Opener

KITCHENER – Justin McCombs scored once in the first and added two more in the third, to help Team Alliance to a 6-0 win over Team NOHA in the third game of the OHL Gold Cup. The scoring started with a tap-in for McCombs, who was sitting at the edge of Joel Rainville’s crease. The Team NOHA goaltender made the initial save off the point shot and rebound, but couldn’t get across to stop McCombs. “We had been working hard throughout the game putting pressure on them and the pressure paid off, just scramble in front of the net and I was able to find the rebound and put it in,” McCombs said of his first goal of the game. Cole Schwindt added a goal in the second, before McCombs would be back at it

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