Hockey Season is about to start and we are kicking it off with a PARTY!!
MCB is hosting a Season Kickoff Party on Friday, September 7th, 8:00pm at Long Island RCMP Camp (Nicolls Island Rd).
Open to ALL! Invite your hockey parents, friends, neighbours!
Tickets $10 each, available from:
Congratulations to the Bantam C Wildcats who capped off a fantastic year with a bronze medal finish at Provincials.
We are calling them “Rose Gold Champions!”
The team bounced back from a tough double-overtime loss in the semi finals to play a dominating bronze medal game. The effort was even more impressive because they played short handed after losing two players to concussions during the tournament.
Kudos to these Wildcats who never quit :
Tanya Arora, Asia Bernabo, Sarah Bianconi, Bea Bosik, Evan Cecchetto, Tara Derksen, Sarah Devine, Brooke Dodd, Olivia Forzley, Susie Fox, Lindsay Gorman, Jasmyne Rivers, Kyra Salmon, Alexie Snedden, Maura Walsh, Valerie Wilkins and Megan Winger.
Congrats also to Ernie Cecchetto and the coaching staff for motivating the girls to work hard and lift each other – up on and off the ice.
Congratulations to the Peewee C team for winning SILVER at the Provincials this year!
It was the perfect end to a wonderful year for this hardworking team and staff. They came together as a team almost immediately and went to the semi-finals at their first (B level) tournament. T
hey kept up that momentum throughout the year, ending the regular season in first place. Coach Peter’s motto: “Passing Creates Chances” got them to the semi-finals at three tournaments and the finals at two, one of which got them the gold. A grand total of 46 wins! We are so proud of our girls!
Congratulations to Coach Peter and staff, and players Charlie, Charlotte, Gracie, Izzy H, Izzy T, Kate, Kirsten, Laura, Lauren, Olivia, Mabel, Nikki, Reegan, Sarah H, Sarah P, Siarra and Sophie!
Congratulations to the Atom AA team on winning GOLD medal at Provincials this year.
They played a 3-0 tough game against the Stoney Creek Sabres, which started off with both teams joining together for a circle of silence to pay their respects to the Humbolt Broncos community. Congratulations to the team on an amazing 55-1-1 season, ending on a high note winning all 6 games at Provincials.
This team had a season they will always cherish !
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The Healthful Hockey camp includes:
8 weeks of off ice strength and power training
Concussion management and prevention workshop
Injury prevention assessment
Sports nutrition workshop
Mental sport performance workshop
All training, presentations and workshops are delivered by registered health and sport professionals. Visit our website for more information!
Dates: July 3, 2018 to August 23, 2018
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Cost: $550 after June 1
NGHA Board of Directors
The NGHA Annual General Meeting will be held prior to the middle of June 2018.
As per the NGHA Constitution, this meeting will include elections for positions on the NGHA Board of Directors. NGHA Board positions are elected for a term of two years and those currently in the position can run for a second consecutive two-year term in the same position.
No Officer or Director shall hold the same position for more than four years, unless an extension is approved by resolution at the AGM or a General Meeting.
Officers and Directors are elected under staggered terms.
The following positions are elected in even number years with those seeking a second consecutive term in their current positions indicated as such :
President* – Jarrett Thompson (running for second consecutive term)
Vice President (Programs)* – Dana Mulvihill (running for second consecutive term)
Registrar – Vacant
House League Director – Tracey Gillies (running for second consecutive term)
Policy, Risk and Safety Director – Vacant
Director at Large (one position) – Vacant
Ice Director** – Vacant
*NB: Nominees for the positions of President and Vice-President (Programs) must have served on the Board of Directors for at least one year prior to taking office as President or Vice President.
** Though the Ice Director position is elected in odd number years, the current Ice Director is resigning at the end of the 2017-2018 season. As a result, this position will be vacant and be voted on at the AGM for a one year term.
For more details re: position roles and responsibilities and the nomination process, please see Section 3 of the NGHA Constitution or contact Michelle.
Other NGHA Volunteer Positions
The NGHA is also looking for members to fill many other key volunteer roles.
These volunteers are not members of the Board of Directors and are appointed to their positions by the NGHA Board :
Ice Scheduler – vacant
Certification (Police Record Checks and Speakout/Respect in Sport) – Vacant
Our dream season is over, but not before culminating in the greatest success of the season.
Proud of the girls’ and parents’ efforts to put together a wonderful morning with the Rez Girls 64 team from the Eabamatoong First Nation.
Despite the girls’ differences, they had a wonderful time sharing our love of hockey and learning about each other.
Thanks to the NGHA and the Nepean hockey community for your generous donations of used equipment.
Amazing season of friendship, community involvement and fun off the ice.
Terrific season on the ice, including:
Silver medal – NGHA House League Tournament
Gold medal – Carleton Place Support the Troops Tournament
Gold medal – Kingston Kids4Kids Tournament
Gold medal – NGHA Pee Wee House League Champions.
Thank you Eulalie, Lauren, Addison, Dena, Erin, Melinda, Victoria, Toryn, Emma, Janelle, Ava, Holly, Natalia, Alyssa and Mikyla.
After battling through wins against Mississauga and Stoney Creek, the PWHL Team went into the Final Four weekend won the bronze medal game.
Congratulations on the win and hard work!
More information and stats can be found on the PWHL website.
Team and player stats :
The NGHA is looking for volunteers to help support the growth and operations of our Associations. We always have a need for dedicated volunteers who are able to donate their time and skills to help make our association the best in the region.