In what is turning out to be a very good stretch for ODMHA based teams, the Gloucester Rangers PeeWee AA team has emerged as the silver medal winners in the All Ontario Major PeeWee Championships.
Congratulations to the Rangers and their parents and supporters as well as all of those working in the background to make for such a successful season.
We would like to offer a hearty Congratulations to the Junior 67's who made it into the final game for the Regional Telus Cup AAA Midget Tournament and took home the Silver Medal.
We would like to remind everyone that our AAA program is only in its 3rd year and this accomplishment shows just how important the AAA program is in the development of our players.
Once again Congratulations to the Jr 67's for representing the ODMHA so well.
The past two weekends the ODMHA B League Tournament of Champions has been taking place. The Tournament of Champions is the long standing end of season Tournament for the five different B Leagues within the ODMHA. Traditionally the top two teams from each Division of each League enter the Tournament to see who will hold the coveted trophy and the inter league rivalries can be intense.
The winners of this years Divisions are:
Atom: Renfrew Timberwolves
PeeWee: Osgoode Richmond Romans
Bantam: Russell River Rats
Minor Midget: Russell River Rats
Midget: Pembroke Lumber Kings
The Nepean Minor Hockey Association is soliciting proposals for a Technical Director for the Nepean Minor Hockey Association Competitive Program. This position is offered with a base salary and performance bonuses as stipulated in the statement of work. The amount of the base salary will be negotiated when the successful candidate is chosen. A copy of the Statement of Work is available on the Nepeam Minor Hockey Association website linked below.
Any questions regarding the statement of Work should be directed to Greg Clarke, Competitive Chair at 613-226-7953 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome to the 2010-2011 hockey season.
As I enter my first season as President, I would like to thank the members of the ODMHA for entrusting me with this position.
As your new President, I will continue to work in the same manner as I did as your Risk and Safety Director. I will do my utmost to create positive working relationships with those I come in contact with, to draw on the knowledge and experience of those around me, and to respond to issues in a timely and appropriate manner.
I have always believed that playing hockey, or participating as a volunteer or a spectator is a privilege and not a right and that we should enjoy the game to the fullest. By respecting the game and everyone involved, I believe this can be achieved and that by doing so, everyone wins.
To the players, parents and guardians, volunteers, game officials and office staff, I wish to express my gratitude and to pledge my support. Without you, hockey would not be possible!