ODMHA Christmas Holiday Office Hours

The ODMHA office hours for the Christmas season are as follows:

Monday December 22 and Tuesday December 23 3:30pm to 7:30pm

Wednesday December 24 12 noon to 4pm

Thursday December 25 - closed

Saturday December 27 - 8:30am to 12 noon

Monday December 29m and Tuesday December 30 3:30pm to 7:30pm

Wednesday December 31 12 noon to 4pm

Thursday  January 1 - closed

Saturday January 3rd 8:30am to 12 noon

Monday January 5th - resumption of regular hours

 

Support for Neil Doef

Neil Doef of the Smiths Falls Bears underwent surgery on Sunday in Saskatoon after an on-ice collision with a Swiss player while playing for Canada East.

Neil Doef of the Smiths Falls Bears underwent surgery on Sunday in Saskatoon after an on-ice collision with a Swiss player while playing for Canada East.

Doef, 17, was playing for Team Canada East when he was seriously injured Sunday after a collision with a Swiss defenceman at the World Junior A Challenge in Kindersley, Sask. He remains in hospital in Saskatoon, surrounded by his parents, Bruce and Bobbi-Jean, and three siblings.

There’s still no official word on the exact nature of Doef’s injury, though he is believed to have suffered significant spinal trauma.

Tom Renney, Hockey Canada’s president and CEO, released a statement Thursday saying that, at the Doef family’s request, “we are not able to provide any further details and will when it is deemed most appropriate.”

Renney thanked “the hockey family” for its support “that has come from across Canada and around the world” and asked the media and public to continue to respect the Doef family’s privacy.

Members of the public and businesses have responded with instant generosity to the young hockey star’s misfortune.

A trust fund established Wednesday by friends of the Doef family has already raised $8,500, including a $5,000 pledge Thursday from Shopper’s Drug Mart in Smiths Falls.

Donations to the trust fund can be made at any Scotiabank branch to the account “Doefstrong in trust.”

World Juniors pre tournament game

Hockey Country Insider

memorable experiences in Hockey Country this season

Special price for minor hockey teams in the 300-level ends and corners (upper).

See Canada’s best junior hockey players and Sweden’s young talent go head-to-head at Canadian Tire Centre.

Sunday, Dec. 21, at 7 p.m.

  • 300-level ends and corners (upper) - $18
  • 300-level ends and corners (lower) - $23
  • 300-level centre - $27
  • 200-level ends and corners - $29
  • 200-level centre - $35
  • 100-level ends and corners - $35
  • 100-level centre Club Seats - $38

Group leader rewards:

Buy/sell 20 tickets: Receive two complimentary tickets
Buy/sell 50 tickets: Receive four complimentary tickets
Buy/sell 100 tickets: Receive six complimentary tickets

As a group leader, you would receive complimentary tickets to both games if you purchase the Ottawa Senators and World Junior combination package.

For more information or to place your order, please contact:

Brock Gibson
Account manager, group sales
(613) 599-0247
gibsonb@ottawasenators.com