NOHA DEVELOPMENT WEEKEND

February 26, 2020

The Northern Ontario Hockey Association (NOHA) is seeking coaches and trainers to attend the second Program of Excellence Under-14 Camp to be hosted as part of the 2020 NOHA Development Weekend on May 22 to 24, 2020 in Sudbury.   

Introduction to the Hockey Canada Program of Excellence

The Program of Excellence (POE) is Hockey Canada’s elite development and competitive program that provides players with exposure to int...

February 18, 2020

The Northern Ontario Hockey Association (NOHA) is pleased to announce the details of the second Program of Excellence Under-14 Camp to be hosted as part of the 2020 NOHA Development Weekend on May 22 to 24, 2020 in Sudbury.   
 
Introduction to the Hockey Canada Program of Excellence
 
The Program of Excellence (POE) is Hockey Canada’s elite development and competitive program that provides players with exposure to i...

January 14, 2020

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...

June 13, 2019

The NOHA wrapped up its eighth annual Officials Development Camp on May 26th in Sudbury in conjunction with the NOHA’s Under-14 Camp and the OHF/OHL Under-15 Camp.

The Officials throughout the weekend took part in on-ice sessions and classroom sessions to better develop themselves as Officials. The weekend was concluded with the opportunity to officiate the games taking place as part of the camps.

The participants were able to l...

May 24, 2019

SUDBURY, ON – The Northern Ontario Hockey Association (NOHA) is very excited to be hosting the Eight Annual NOHA Development Weekend on May 24 to 26, 2019 at Laurentian University and the Gerry McCrory Countryside Sports Complex in Sudbury. 

The NOHA Development Weekend, which will see more than 180 participants from across Northern Ontario, is comprised of four events:

  • Ninth Annual NOHA Officials Development Camp

  • Under...

January 22, 2019

The Northern Ontario Hockey Association (NOHA) is pleased to announce the details of the inaugural Program of Excellence Under-14 Camp to be hosted as part of the 2019 NOHA Development Weekend in Sudbury on May 24 to 26, 2019.    

Introduction to the Hockey Canada Program of Excellence 

The Program of Excellence (POE) is Hockey Canada’s elite development and competitive program that provides players with exposure to in...

August 14, 2018

The NOHA wrapped its seventh annual Officials Development Camp on Sunday in Sudbury in conjunction with the OHF/OHL Under-15 Camp.

Throughout the weekend, Officials took part in fitness testing, on-ice sessions, and classroom sessions to enhance their skills and further their development. The Officials concluded the weekend by officiating the games taking place as part of the camp.

The participants learned from some of the NOHA’...

May 14, 2018

The NOHA will be hosting the fifth annual Advanced Skills Analysis Coaching Seminar at the 2018 NOHA Development Weekend occurring from August 9 to 12, 2018 in Sudbury. The Seminar is designed for all Head Coaches and Assistant Coaches who currently have their Development 1 Certification, or High Performance 1 Certification, who want to advance their skills as a Coach and work with the players who will be attending the OHL/OHF...

March 20, 2018

Applications are open for the 2018 OHF/OHL Under-15 Program of Excellence Cam, that is being held as part of the 2018 NOHA Development Weekend! This program is the only Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) and Ontario Hockey League (OHL) combined sanctioned event for the 2003 age group within the NOHA. The program will be held over a three-day weekend – August 10-12, 2018 in Sudbury, ON.

Players will participate in intense, high per...

August 17, 2017

Giving back to the hockey community was just one of the reasons why NOHA Coach Mitch Hachez began volunteering, but he still holds it up as the most important.

“I played a lot as a kid and wanted to give back to my son and all the kids in Ontario,” he says. Hachez is detail-oriented, and has a strong focus on being up-to-date or ahead of the curve on the latest courses being offered through Hockey Canada.

When he heard about the...

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