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The application process is open for Associations interested in hosting at the respective categories below for the 2025 OHF Championships.

The application process is open for Associations interested in hosting at the respective categories below for the 2025 Championships.


Event dates are as follows:

Hosted by OHF Members across the province:

OHF Championships: April 18 – 20, 2025

U13 A, AA, U15 A, AA, U18 A, AA


Email Bid Packages to Scott Stevens: sstevens@ohf.on.ca


The deadline for submissions is June 30, 2024.


All-Association Call

The OHF will be holding an All-Association call for those interested in hosting an OHF Championship tournament and want more information about the bid package and process.


Please forward the following details for the call: Wednesday, June 5, 2024 7:00 – 8:00 PM ET


Following receipt of all bid applications by the deadline, they will all be examined, and the OHF Directors will make their final judgments in September 2024.


As a reminder:


U13 AAA - April 9-13, 2025 - NOHA

U15 AAA - April 9-13, 2025 - GTHL


U18 AAA will be hosted by an HEO organization and will take place March 31 – April 6, 2025.



The Northern Ontario Hockey Association (NOHA) will host its annual Development Camp for Officials and Level 3 Upgrade Clinic in conjunction with its U14 Development Weekend from August 9-11, 2024. The Camp will be held at Memorial Gardens in North Bay.

Are you looking forward to returning to the ice next season?



This year, we will include a Level 3 Upgrade Clinic for the same fee.


What else is the benefit:

  • 2024-25 registration fee included.

  • You do not have to attend a re-certification clinic if you are successful at the camp.

  • While you are supervised, representation from the NOHA, NOJHL and OHF will be attending.

  • You could be recommended to officiate a higher level of hockey, including AAA, JR A, and OHF championships or invited to participate in the NOHA OPOE camp.


The Northern Ontario Hockey Association (NOHA) will host its annual Development Camp for Officials and Level 3 Upgrade Clinic in conjunction with its U14 Development Weekend from August 9-11, 2024. The Camp will be held at Memorial Gardens in North Bay.

 

While we welcome all applications, acceptance into the Camp will be based on discussion with your District Referee-in-Chief and/or the NOHA Director of Officials as someone who is capable of Officiating in or moving up within the Elite Leagues of the NOHA (i.e., AAA, NOJHL, OHL). Members of these Leagues will attend during the weekend to provide instruction and evaluation during games.

 

The camp will also serve to progress your officiating knowledge and capabilities. Eligible officials can write the Level 3 exam and obtain Level 3 certification. Successful officials can be selected for upcoming Championships during the 2024-2025 season and attend our Officiating Program of Excellence Camp in November.

 

Camp Costs

The NOHA has set the cost of attendance for the Camp at $325; the registration fee includes the following:

 

  • Meals and Snacks throughout the weekend.

  • Classroom and on-ice instruction from Officiating Instructors in Northern Ontario.

  • On-ice session (Positioning and Power Skating).

  • Opportunity to Referee and Line U14 AAA-calibre games.

  • 2024-2025 Registration Fee (@ $100 value)

  • Level 3 Upgrade Clinic (@ $150 value)


Accommodations will not be provided for out-of-town officials. Please get in touch with glove@noha-hockey.ca regarding accommodation needs.

 

Camp Agenda

The camp agenda will be sent out once finalized. However, the topics to be discussed throughout the weekend include the Four-Official System, Maltreatment, Communication, Game Management, Rules Sessions, Refusal to Start Play, Penalty Shots and Awarded Goals. Officials will also participate in Power Skating Drills and Positioning and will have the opportunity to officiate U14 AAA-calibre games.

 

The Camp is tentatively scheduled to begin at 1:00 p.m. at Memorial Gardens on Friday, August 9th and will wrap up after the final game on Sunday, August 11th .

 

Registration Details

The deadline to register is Sunday, June 30th. After this date, a complete Camp Schedule and other important details will be sent by e-mail to all participants.

 

24 Officials will be accepted to the camp. Acceptance to the camp is based on a review of all applicants by the NOHA Director of Officials. You will notified by email around Wednesday, July 19th, if selected to attend.

 

Officials must have a valid record check on file to register; if you require one, please get in touch with me before registering.



For further information or clarification, please contact Grant Love, glove@noha-hockey.ca


The NOHA is excited to announce that we will be hosting a Coaching Symposium in Sudbury on July 12 and 13, 2024. 

The NOHA is excited to announce that we will be hosting a Coaching Symposium in Sudbury on July 12 and 13, 2024. 

 

This event is open to Coaches of all levels and will feature many household hockey names from both the NHL and Major Junior levels.

 

These individuals include, but are not limited to:

 

  • Drew Bannister – Head Coach of the St. Louis Blues (NHL)

  • Joe Bowen – Voice of the Toronto Maple Leafs (NHL)

  • Darryl Moxam – Head Coach of the Sudbury Cubs  (NOJHL)

  • Blaine Smith – OHL Central Scouting & Managing Partner of the Sudbury Cubs (NOJHL)

 

Additional facilitator names will be released as they are confirmed.   

 

Registration cost for this symposium is $200.00 and will include the following:

 

  • At minimum, seven presentations from elite facilitators.

  • An NOHA Coach Symposium-branded golf shirt.

  • Friday evening social. 

  • Buffet dinner & hot-stove session on Saturday evening, being emceed by Sudbury native and Toronto Maple Leafs Play-by Play voice, Joe Bowen.

 

Location

 

A detailed schedule of events will be sent in the coming weeks; however, below are the estimated times:

 

Friday, July 12 – 6:00-10:00 PM, with registration beginning at 5:00 PM

Saturday, July 13 – 9:00 AM-10:00 PM

 

The 2024 NOHA Coaching Symposium will take place at the Holiday Inn located at 1696 Regent St. in Sudbury.

 

Group rates are available for Coaches needing overnight accommodations. Booking link can be found upon completing registration online.

 

2024 NOHA Coach Symposium Registration

 

Associations who wish to register a block for their Coaches can contact Jacob Brown directly. 

 

For more information about this event, please contact NOHA Technical Director Jacob Brown via email – jbrown@noha-hockey.ca

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