Hockey Canada Network - 2019-20 Discount Code

The Hockey Canada Network is a mobile application available on Android and IOS devices. It is the ultimate drill resource for coaches, including all drills that Hockey Canada has produced all in one spot. Premium access gives coaches, even more, resources with weekly articles on fitness, nutrition, off-ice training, etc. The application to date has been accessed by 3,050 teams, and 17,900 Coaches, reaching over 100,000 Players. It includes: 3,250+ Articles 1,400+ Drills 430+ Series 200+ Game Clips 100+ Practice Plans Minor Hockey Associations that would like to purchase the Hockey Canada Network Application Premium content for their coaches may do so by using the Promo Code below: HCCERT2019

2019 Timekeeper Clinics

The NOHA will be hosting five Timekeeper Clinics via Webinar over three nights during the month of September. The clinics will be hosted by Sudbury’s own Randy Pascal. Dates for the clinics are provided below and divided into Junior (Beginner) and Senior (Advanced) sessions. Please register for the clinic you wish to attend by accessing the links below. The clinics are being offered at a cost of $5 per session. Be sure to check with your local hockey association for age restrictions and the need for timekeepers in your area. This clinic does not guarantee you a spot as a timekeeper. Wednesday, September 4, 2019 Junior session – 6:00 PM Senior session – 8:00 PM Thursday, September 12, 2019 Ju

The First Shift

Registration is NOW OPEN for Fall and Winter NHL/NHLPA First Shift Programs near you! For children aged 6-10, receive 6 on-ice sessions and full Bauer equipment for only $199. To begin your hockey journey, visit Full listing of programs offered across the OHF:…/getting-s…/the-nhl-nhlpa-first-shift

Team NOHA Staff Applications - 2019/2020 Season

The Northern Ontario Hockey Association (NOHA), in conjunction with the Great North Midget League (GNML), is seeking applications for the positions of Head Coach (one position available), Assistant Coach (two positions available), and Trainer (two positions available) for Team NOHA in the 2019/2020 Season. They are volunteer positions. The term for these positions run until the completion of the 2020 OHL Gold Cup. Purpose The purpose of Team NOHA is to help showcase the top OHL Priority Selection Eligible Players (2004-born) in Northern Ontario at showcase events during the 2019/2020 season. Events The current events Team NOHA will be attending are the following: OHL Cup on March 15 to 23, 2

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