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  •  2006 ONTARIO WINTER GAMES - posted March 6, 2006

March 8th to 12th, 2006 Results posted

WEBSITE AND INFORMATION . . .

 
  • - posted March 6, 2006
PWHL (Provincial Women’s Hockey League) Championship Weekend. The event is being hosted by Windsor Wildcats with games being played Thursday March 16th through Sunday March 19th at Forest Glade Arena (All Days) and South Windsor Arena (Thursday only).

U18 CAMP ROUND ROBIN SCHEDULE

The Ontario Women's Hockey Association is pleased to post the schedule of games for the August 12, 13 and 14th Under 18 Camp. Six teams of players will participate in a round robin schedule with all games played at Tomken Arena in Mississauga. All sessions are open to the public. Please note that the schedule is subject to change.

Schedule . . .

2004-2005

   - posted January 30, 2005

AEROS to HOST FUNDRAISING GAME FOR WINDSOR WILDCATS
The Toronto Aeros are hosting a special tribute game for members of the Windsor Wildcats Team and families.
Toronto Aeros vs Oakville Ice
Monday, February 21st
7:45pm   York Ice Gardens
$5.00 per person

All proceeds from the game will be donated to the Windsor Wildcats Trust Fund.

 MORE TRIBUTE GAME DETAILS . . .

 
   - posted August 12, 2004
The Ontario Women's Hockey Association (OWHA) plans to send two teams to the 2005 Women’s Under 18 National Championship. Games will take place in Salmon Arm, British Columbia from January 26 to 30, 2005. Player Application Form / Coaching Criteria/Application

   - posted November 10, 2004
Wayne Gretsky FoundationTHE WAYNE GRETZKY FOUNDATION / CANADIAN HOCKEY FOUNDATION LAUNCH THE “FUTURE TEAM CANADA PROGRAM”
13 Minor Hockey Teams in Canada will be recognized and chosen to share over $50,000 of equipment and financial support for their team
LA FONDATION WAYNE GRETZKY ET LA FONDATION DU HOCKEY CANADIEN LANCENT LE « PROGRAMME DE LA FUTURE ÉQUIPE CANADA »
13 équipes canadiennes de hockey mineur seront reconnues et choisies pour se partager plus de 50 000 $ en équipement et en appui financier pour leur équipe
  NEWS RELEASE . . .

   - posted November 10, 2004
Canadian Hockey AssocationNATIONAL WOMEN’S TEAM HEAD TO LAKE PLACID FOR 2004 FOUR NATIONS CUP
Team Canada is preparing for the upcoming 2004 Four Nations Cup in Lake Placid, NY/Burlington, VT from November 10-14, 2004.
L’ÉQUIPE NATIONALE FÉMININE EN ROUTE VERS LAKE PLACID POUR LA COUPE DES QUATRE NATIONS 2004
Équipe Canada se prépare à la Coupe des quatre nations 2004 qui se tiendra à Lake Placid, New York et à Burlington, Vermont, du 10 au 14 novembre 2004.
  NEWS RELEASE . . .

   - posted October 13, 2004
Honouring the Longboat Legacy. Do you know an outstanding Aboriginal athlete?
For more information on The Tom Longboat Awards, contact the Aboriginal Sport Circle at 1-866-938-1176 / www.aboriginalsportcircle.ca
 MORE INFORMATION . . .

Canadian Hockey Assocation- posted September 15, 2004

Coach Stream Pre-Task Workbook.
National Coaching Certicate
Program Pre-Task.

Coaching clinics participants open this document prior to attending a clinic.

Coach Stream Pre-Task Workbkook -

STOP PROGRAM

- posted October 17, 2004STOP Contest

Safety Towards Other Players (STOP) Program Contest
From October to 11:59 PM (ET) on January 1, 2005, residents of Ontario between the ages of five to sixteen years who are participants of the STOP; should complete the STOP Contest Entry Form
CONTEST RULES & ENTRY FORM. . .

NHL LOCKOUT/HOCKEY

Canadian Hockey Assocation- posted October 16, 2004

With the recent lockout of National Hockey League players, Hockey Canada is aware of the participation of NHL players in varying capacities in Hockey Canada programs across the country.  It is i ncumbent upon us to remind you, your teams, leagues and associations that participation in Hockey Canada programs are restricted to members only.
  MEMORANDUM . . .

 

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