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NHL Draft Results

Congratulations to NMHA alumni Nick Baptiste (Buffalo Sabres, 3rd round 69th overall) and Mackenzie Weegar (Florida Panthers, 7th round, 206th overall) who were selected in the 2013 NHL entry draft.

The NMHA wishes you the best in your hockey careers.


Change to Affiliation Rules for 2013/2014 Season

In past years, a player could affiliate without limit until Jan. 10. After that, a limit of 5 regular season or playoff games was enforced. Now there is a general 10 game limit for the season, counting only regular season and playoff games. The new wording follows:

E 35. a) A player of a team of a lower Division or category of the same club, or of an affiliated team, or a specially affiliated player, may affiliate to a team or teams of higher Divisions and categories at any time, to a maximum of ten (10) games. However, if the player’s registered team completes its regular season and playoffs before the player’s affiliated team or teams, the player may thereafter affiliate an unlimited number of times. For goaltender exceptions see Regulations B.42, E.36 (b).

E 35. b) Exhibition and/or tournament games, which are not part of regular league games or playoffs, are excluded from the number of games referred to in Regulation E 35. (a).

In order to implement this new rule, all teams must report all affiliations. Teams which do not do so will be subject to disciplinary measures.


HEO Midget AAA League Update

As part of our commitment to keep parents informed on the progress of this new program, there have been some very recent developments in the new HEO Midget AAA League. The AAA Associations/AAA Leag… read full article


Nepean House League Players Give Back

Between the months of April and June a group of House League players get together to keep the skates on, have some fun and raise some money. For five years a group of parents of the boys organize some… read full article


NMHA USED EQUIPMENT SALE

NMHA USED EQUIPMENT SALE IS SUNDAY AUGUST 19, 2018 DROP OFF EQUIPMENT 7 AM TO 10 AM DAY OF SALE ALL EQUIPMENT DROP OFFS MUST INCLUDE THE TAG SHEET  SALE FROM 10:30 TO 12:30 PM EQUIPMENT OR MONEY … read full article


Hockey Eastern Ontario Concussion Seminar

This seminar is being held in Hall A of the Nepean Sportsplex on Saturday September 7, 2013 from 9:00am to 12:00pm. Doors will open at 8:30am. Speaking at this Seminar will be: Dr Jamie Kissick, Sports Medicine specializing in Concussion in Athletes; Dr. Kristian Goulet, Pediatric Sports Medicine and Concussion specialist; Dr. Michael Vassilyadi, Think First Canada, Director Ottawa Chapter, a division of the Parachute Organization and Dr. Blaine Hoshizaki, Professor University of Ottawa.


Date: Saturday, September 7, 2013
Location: Nepean Sportsplex, Hall A
1701 Woodroffe Ave, Nepean ON
Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm
(Doors open at 8:30)


Open To: All Parents, Trainers,
Coaches, & Athletes 14 years old & above


PRE-REGISTER AT:
https://event.hockeycanada.ca/EMS/Event.aspx?eid=1d51aef5-1128-45b3-bf84-fcb5b65bb5b4

NO CHARGE TO PARTICIPANTS!


Ready and Resilient Lunch Sept 26th Centurion

The second annual Resilient & Ready luncheon is presented by Tomlinson, D.I.F.D. and The Royal in response to a growing desire amongst parents in our community for more information about youth mental health. It follows a successful inaugural event, which reached more than 550 parents.

Click here for all the information.


Volunteers Needed

Love hockey? Would you like to be part of an exciting, dynamic hockey team? If so, we would welcome your energy! The Nepean Raiders Junior A Hockey Club are looking for new volunteers. We are looking… read full article


Dressing Room Policy

The Risk and Safety Director of Hockey Eastern Ontario (HEO) has stressed the need for supervision of dressing rooms while players are in attendance before, during and after games or practices. Due to the need to ensure player safety and reduce the potential for player injuries in the dressing room while changing, HEO has adopted the following policy to be followed by all Coaching staff during the hockey season.

Team Officials are responsible for the safety and welfare of their players at ALL times during any sanctioned event. This definitely includes while players are changing in the dressing rooms both prior to and after on-ice activities. HEO covers this repeatedly in all of our clinics, and specifically addresses it in Speak Out, given that supervision is the single most effective method of prevention when it comes to conduct-based issues.

It is stressed to every volunteer to practice the “two-deep” method of supervision which means having at least 2 adults (who have taken Speak Out) providing supervision at all times during the sanctioned event. This not only protects the players, but also the Team Officials.

The NMHA has adopted this policy and will adhere to it for the hockey season. If an incident occurs and proper supervision was not provided, this may result in sanctions against the individuals involved up to and including suspension.


Congrats to the Minor Atom B Black Team

What a weekend! Sun, fun and a Tournament victory in at the St. Catherine's Garden City Early Bird Tournament! The Nepean Raiders Minor Atom B Black team went undefeated for the weekend, played … read full article


Have You Considered Sponsoring A Team?

The NMHA is currently working on the 2016 - 2017 Sponsorship Drive and would like to invite you to consider supporting the NMHA by sponsoring a competitive or house league team. The NMHA and its memb… read full article


NEPEAN RAIDERS, MINOR ATOM B BLACK WINS GOLD!

The Nepean Raiders, Minor Atom B Black team brought home their second Gold medal of the year by winning the CAN/AM Lake Placid hockey tournament this past weekend. (Nov 1-4, 2018). Facing extremely sp… read full article


ATOM A - TEAM DESTROYERS - Winners at the Autumn Classic Tournament-Lindsay On

The team went undefeated in the tournament and won against Dorchester Dragons in the Finals 4-3! Players gave it their all and our goalie played exceptionally well. Coach: Marcel Legault, Assist C… read full article


Nordic Pole Walk

Atom Competitive B Black participated in the Nordic Pole walk in support of the Maplesoft Cancer Survivorship Center Walking 7km and raising close to $2500. The event raised over $120,000 for the charity helping to support the programs and services at Maplesoft which provides a unique and supportive place to go to help those fighting cancer. The coaching staff and parents are extremely proud of these caring young players.

Pictured: L to R Back row: Derek, Derik, Kyle, Tanner, Alex, Ethan Middle row: Brock, Thomas, Tim, Nick, John, James, Adrian Front row: Sophie,


MINOR BANTAM B BLACK WIN the Belleville Shriner’s Charity Tournament.

Winners of the Belleville Shriner’s Charity Tournament.The boys won against 5 out of 6 Ontario teams, ending with a 6-1 win on the finals. Congratulations! read full article

Suspension Reporting

NMHA Officials Compliment/Complaint Form

NMHA New Officials Application Form 2018-2019

Affiliation Request

Respect in Sport - Parent Program

Gender Identity and Expression Course





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