Submitted By Susan Burnett on Wednesday, May 25, 2016 (49 views)
Orillia Minor Hockey is accepting applications for a Midget AE Coach for the 2016-17 season. Interested individuals should complete a Coaching Application found on the Home page of this website by June 7, 2016. Tryouts for the AE Team will take place in August.
Submitted By Susan Burnett on Tuesday, May 24, 2016 (35 views)
Orillia Minor Hockey is holding the following Clinics:
Coach 2 Coach Clinic - September 17, 2016 - Cost: $ 135.00
Dev 1 Clinic (Trained) - August 20 & 21, 2016 - Cost : $ 160.00
To register please visit www.omha.net
and click on Team Officials than Clinics.
Participants must be registered and pay in advance to take the Clinics. Bench Staff with Orillia Minor Hockey can than submit the receipt of their registration to the hockey office for reimbursement.
Submitted By Susan Burnett on Tuesday, May 17, 2016 (58 views)
At the 2016 Annual General Meeting there were several changes
made to the Rules of Operation and the By-Laws.
Some of those changes
specifically relate to a Policy Committee being created.
will be tasked with reviewing the Orillia Minor Hockey By-laws and Rules for
Operation. There will be three members of the Association selected to be
on the committee for a two-year term. Read More
Submitted By Susan Burnett on Wednesday, May 11, 2016 (130 views)
Orillia Minor Hockey is looking for individuals for the following positions for the 2016-17 season:
Goalie Skills Instructor
Official/Timekeeper Scheduler Read More
Submitted By Susan Burnett on Thursday, April 14, 2016 (3162 views)
The 'Respect in Hockey' initiative will require all Team Officials On-ice Volunteers, On-Ice Officials and Parents to take the appropriate 'Respect' education. At least one parent or guardian of each player registered in minor hockey in the OMHA will be required to complete the Respect in Sport - Parent Program as a condition of participation. The one hour online course is a proactive, educational program that empowers parents with the tool to ensure the game is enjoyable and respectful for themselves, their children and all other stakeholders in the game. Read More