Pair of NOJHL Officials to Work CJHL Prospects Game

CALGARY, Alta. – The Canadian Junior Hockey League, in partnership with the National Hockey League and Hockey Canada, as well as in conjunction with NHL Central Scouting, has announced the four officials who have been selected to officiate the CJHL Prospects Game on Tuesday, January 14, at 7 p.m. ET, at Dave Andreychuk Mountain Arena in Hamilton, Ont. Chosen to referee the contest, featuring 40 of the top Jr. A draft eligible prospects from across the CJHL, will be Tyson Stewart and Brendan Kane while Tyler Shaw and Shawn Oliver will serve as the linesmen. Stewart and Oliver presently officiate in the Central Canada Hockey League while Kane and Shaw are members of the Northern Ontario Ju

Applications for Annual Program of Excellence Camps Now Open

CAMBRIDGE, ON – The dates are set for the 13th annual OHF/OHL U15 Program of Excellence Camps. Held in April and May of this year across Ontario, the camps will focus on a variety of on and off-ice sessions, helping to ensure players are provided with the most up-to-date development strategies. The goal of the program is to introduce players, families and staff to high performance hockey, Hockey Canada’s Program of Excellence and the Ontario Hockey League by creating a unique hockey experience for all players and staff involved that develops participants both on and off the ice. “This is truly a unique and special hockey experience that we at the OHF are proud to assist in delivering in part

HTCP Level III Trainer Clinic

The NOHA is pleased to announce that a Hockey Trainers Certification Program (HTCP) Level III Full Course has been scheduled to take place on Saturday, April 25, 2020 in North Bay. The HTCP Level III Clinic is an advanced program providing the participant the opportunity to enhance their skill and knowledge level through group discussions and hands-on experience. The HTCP Level III Trainers Certification is not a requirement at any level within the NOHA, however, it is strongly recommended for trainers who want to work or are working with Bantam AAA, Midget AAA, and Junior-A teams. Topics to be covered include: Practical Nutrition Shoulder and Knee Injuries Head/Neck/Spinal Injuries S

OHF Now Accepting Applications for the OHF Scholarship

Applications due by May 15, 2020 The OHF Scholarship Committee is now accepting applications to receive an OHF Scholarship. Introduced in 1997, the Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) Scholarship recognizes and rewards dedication in education and hockey. The program provides financial assistance to registered OHF participants to offset the cost of post-secondary education. Since its inception, the OHF has distributed more than $450,000 to over 400 post-secondary students. Each year, the OHF awards $1000 scholarships to 30 outstanding young people who display an incredible amount of commitment both at the arena and in the classroom. The scholarship recipients are determined on the basis of academ

Player Pathway Implementation 2020-2021

Effective for the 2020-2021 season, minor hockey associations, including those in the Ontario Hockey Federation’s Member Partners ALLIANCE, GTHL, OMHA, NOHA, and the OWHA will be following the U7 (IP), U9 (Novice), and U11 (Atom) Player Pathways. With the implementation of the U11 (Atom) Player Pathway in the 2020-2021 season, key changes have been made to the Player Pathways at U7 (Initiation) and U9 (Novice). This will create consistency in all programming across the country and a seamless transition for players from U7 (Initiation) through to U11 (Atom) based on the Long Term Player Development model. The Player Pathways provide local minor hockey associations a framework of age-appropria

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