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 partnership, the NHL® and NHLPA will provide the program with additional resources, marketing/media...
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 community
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 your closest retailer. (NOTE: Atom division teams are ONLY eligible in Atlantic Canada.)...
The Timbits Minor Sports Program is a community-oriented sponsorship program that provides opportunities for kids aged four to nine to play house league sports. The philosophy of the program is not based on winning or losing, but on learning a new sport, making new friends, and just being a kid.
Tim Hortons currently supports more than 300,000 children on teams in hockey, soccer, ringette, lacrosse, softball and baseball leagues in Canada and the United States. Our sponsorship includes jerseys, participation medals and a Timbits player gift for each player.
Adding to the fun, Timbits teams are often invited to attend Canadian Hockey League (CHL), National Hockey League (NHL) and Major League Soccer (MLS) games to catch the action and showcase their skills between periods.
CALGARY, Alta. and CAMBRIDGE, Ont. – Hockey Canada has invited 39 Ontario Hockey Federation participants and 45 OHL Gold Cup attendees to Calgary to participate in Canada’s national under-17 development camp, taking place July 19-26 at the Markin MacPhail Centre at WinSport’s Canada Olympic Park.
During the week-long camp, the players will be split into six teams for on- and off-ice training, fitness testing, intrasquad games and classroom studies.
Brad McEwen (Whitewood, Sask.), head scout for the Program of Excellence, and POE management group representative Martin Mondou (Grand-Mére, Que./Shawinigan, QMJHL) built the roster with assistance from regional scouts Carl Bouchard (Quebec), Rob Simpson (Ontario), Jason Smart (West), Darren Sutherland (Atlantic), Shaun Sutter (West) and Darrell W...
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. Over the past 21 years, the OHF has distributed more than $420,000 to over 390 post-secondary students.
Each year, the OHF awards scholarships to 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 academic achievements, hockey involvement and community involvement.
To be eligible to receive a scholarship, a candidate must be registered for three (3) years within the OHF in any capacity (player, trainer, coach, official), be register...
Good nutrition is important for both athletic performance and maintaining a healthy lifestyle outside of sport. By helping their participants make good nutrition choices, coaches not only empower them to perform their best, they also help them establish positive dietary habits that can last a lifetime.
The NCCP Sport Nutrition module provides coaches with education about basic sport nutrition principles. This 40-60-minute eLearning will provide an understanding of how to support athletes and their parents or caregivers to make effective nutrition choices. Visit the eLearning page in the Locker to get started, or learn more at www.coach.ca/SportNutrition.