Submitted By EGMHA Webmaster (JM) on Tuesday, September 27, 2016 (50 views)THERE ARE MANY BENEFITS FROM REDUCING THE ICE SIZE IN PRACTICE
By Ontario Minor Hockey Association, 09/12/16, 3:00PM EDT
It’s tough to imagine yourself on the ice as a Tyke or Novice player, but try to remember what it was like. From their point of view, standing on one end of the rink and looking down to the other can feel like the distance is almost miles away. Younger players become exhausted easier because the ice surface they play on is too big for where they are in their development. Some solutions to fix this are by using small-area games during practices, and there are many unique ways for coaches to implement these new elements. Read More
Submitted By EGMHA Webmaster (JM) on Wednesday, September 07, 2016 (186 views)
Always at the start of a new season, we have many messages to share with all our families, to try and make it easier to find all the important information we have created our first edition of News from the Eagle's Nest!
Submitted By EGMHA Webmaster (JM) on Wednesday, August 17, 2016 (633 views)
With the hockey season approaching, Holland Landing Health Centre
would like to extend an offer for preseason baseline concussion testing using the Sports Concussion Assessment Tool – 3rd Edition (SCAT 3) for players with the East Gwillimibury Minor Hockey Association.
What is the SCAT 3?
The SCAT 3 is a standardized tool for evaluating injured athletes for concussion. Preseason baseline testing with the SCAT 3 can be helpful for interpreting post-injury test scores. Read More