Submitted By Rick McGlone on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 (66 views)
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Submitted By Rick McGlone on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 (108 views)
The East Gwillimbury Minor Bantam ‘A’ Eagles travelled to
Niagara Falls, New York over the weekend of October 24th – 26th
for the Gene Harrington Niagara Showdown Hockey Tournament. We were undefeated
through the round robin, facing Vaughan Panthers, Baltimore Stars and Schomberg
Cougars. We went up against Whitby Wildcats in the final and came away with a
decisive 3-1 victory.
Congratulations to the team – Adam, Reagan, Ryan T.,
Jacob K, Dalton, Lucas, Alastair, Liam, Jacob C., Shane, Michael M., Bradley,
Ryan M., Nolan, Declan, Brayden and Michael B. and our coaches – Mark, Will,
Mike and Rob. Thanks for such an exciting weekend.
Submitted By Rick McGlone on Monday, September 08, 2014 (1344 views)
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Submitted By Rick McGlone on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 (448 views)
‘Respect in Hockey’ is a concept that receives considerable attention in both minor hockey and in community sport. The Ontario Minor Hockey Association is committed to the prevention of abuse, bullying and harassment, and the education of our membership. At the 2013 Ontario Minor Hockey Association’s Annual General Meeting, the OMHA Board of Directors announced the OMHA will move to become a complete ‘Respect’ integrated association effective the 2014-2015 season. Effective August 31, 2014, 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 tools to ensure the game is enjoyable and respectful for themselves, their children and all other stakeholders in the game.
To find instructions for talking this required course please click here.