National Hockey League and National Hockey League Players’ Association Partner with Bauer Hockey’s F

New Partnership Aims to Continue Growing Hockey at the Grassroots Level TORONTO (October 30, 2019) – Bauer Hockey announced today that together with founding partner Hockey Canada, they have joined forces with the National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) and National Hockey League (NHL) to continue to advance and strengthen the First Shift program – an innovative and successful learn-to-play initiative designed to welcome new-to-hockey families to the game. The three-year partnership brings together some of the most influential organizations in hockey to further elevate the program experience and continue to grow hockey participation at the grassroots level in Canada. Through this

NOHA Tournament of Champions Hosts 2019-2020

The NOHA Tournament of Champions Hosts are available HERE Team applications and fees are due to the NOHA Office by December 1st. Any teams interested in changing category must also submit their Change of Category application by December 1st. The Criteria for Change of Category can be found HERE Please send applications to the NOHA Office By Mail: 110 Lakeshore Drive North Bay, ON P1A 2A8 By Fax: 1 (705) 474-6019 By Email: lmorell@noha-hockey.com For more information, including Rules & Regulations, please visit the Championships section of the NOHA Website HERE -- Representative Team Application House League Letter of Intent

HOCKEY CANADA NAMES 66-PLAYER ROSTER FOR 2019 WORLD UNDER-17 HOCKEY CHALLENGE

CALGARY, Alta. – Hockey Canada announced Wednesday the 66 players selected to represent Canada at the 2019 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge, set for Nov. 2-9 in Medicine Hat, Alta., and Swift Current, Sask. The 66 players will be divided into three teams – Team Canada Black, Team Canada Red and Team Canada White – and will compete against the Czech Republic, Finland, Russia, Sweden and the United States in their quest for a gold medal. In July, 112 players were invited to participate in Canada’s national under-17 development camp and introduced to the Hockey Canada Program of Excellence. The players chosen to represent Canada at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge were selected by Brad McEwen

Chevy Good Deeds Cup

The Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup seeks to inspire young Canadians to do good by transforming the positive values learned through hockey into Good Deeds within their communities. Along with our partners at Hockey Canada, Chevrolet’s goal is to develop hockey players on and off the ice. To participate in the Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup, you must be a Hockey Canada registered Peewee team that is ready to do good in their community. Entering is simple: Get your Peewee team together and decide on a Good Deed. Good Deed Examples: Volunteer at an animal shelter or food bank Spend time as a team at a retirement home Clean up waste around your community Be creative! Find a Good Deed that is relevant to your

Upcoming NOHA Coaching Clinics

New Coaching Clinics have been scheduled. Please see all clinics below. For information on what you need to be a Coach, Trainer, or Manager, visit the NOHA interactive tool here: https://www.noha-hockey.com/coach-what-do-i-need Note: All Bench Staff must complete Respect-in-Sport Activity Leader/Speakout, Gender Identity & Expression, and have a valid VSS. For more information, contact Andrew Corradini at acorradini@noha-hockey.com District One (Timmins & Area) Coach 1 – Intro to Coach Timmins October 27th, 2019 09:30-14:00 Register Here: https://ehockey.hockeycanada.ca/ehockey/ClinicDetail.aspx?cid=129435 H/U Coach 1/2 Pre-requisite: https://ehockey.hockeycanada.ca/ehockey/ClinicDetail.asp

Happy Anniversary, NOHA!

100 years ago in Cobalt, Ontario, the Northern Ontario Hockey Association was formed. Realizing the unification of the Clubs, Teams, and Associations under one banner in Northern Ontario would benefit all, Angus D. Campbell founded the NOHA with the goal of providing a positive and safe environment for Minor Hockey players in the North. Hockey is a staple of Northern Ontario, and the NOHA has committed itself over the last 100 years to providing its Members the best in quality in Development, Safety, Competition, and Fun. In conjunction with the Ontario Hockey Federation and Hockey Canada, the NOHA has developed countless Coaches, Trainers, Officials, and Players. By offering education and c

Team NOHA Process - 2019-20 Season

The NOHA and the Great North Midget League (GNML) are pleased to announce the details of the Team NOHA Program for the 2019-20 Season. About Team NOHA Team NOHA is a joint effort between the NOHA and the GNML. It is an All-Star team that provides extra exposure for the top OHL Priority Selection eligible prospects (2004-borns) from Northeastern Ontario. Team NOHA will compete at some of Minor Hockey's most prestigious events this season, including the OHL Cup and the OHL Gold Cup. The Team NOHA process has changed in the last two months from past seasons, to view all of these changes and receive more information on the Team NOHA Program, please see the document below. Team NOHA Letter Team N

Dodge Caravan Kids Registration Now Open

What is Dodge Caravan Kids? The goal of Dodge Caravan Kids is to help enrich the game of hockey for participating coaches, players and their families. Dodge Caravan Kids represents one of FCA Canada’s key community endeavours. Each year, participating Novice-level hockey teams receive $500 in funding and access to exclusive hockey benefits. To-date, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep®, Ram, FIAT® retailers and FCA Canada Inc. have provided over $9.6 million to help more than 21,000 teams and 315,000 kids enjoy the game of hockey. Who Is Eligible? Canadian novice hockey teams and associations located within 150 kilometres of a Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep®, Ram and FIAT® retailer. Visit www.dodge.ca to locate yo

2020 OHF Championship Hosts Selected

CAMBRIDGE, ON – Ten associations from across the Ontario Hockey Federation have been selected to host OHF Championships in April 2020. The hosts are nominated by their Minor Member, before being approved by the OHF Minor Committee. The OHF Championships are rotated annually between the Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario (ALLIANCE), Greater Toronto Hockey League (GTHL), Northern Ontario Hockey Association (NOHA), and Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA). The OHF Championships are the pinnacle events for all minor hockey players from Atom through toJuvenile , serving as the only tournaments to crown the best team from each level across the OHF. The hosts will see nearly 100 players take part

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