The NOHA is proud to support our members who are 2017-2018 OHF Award Winners. Dr. Allan Morris Award – John Jamieson, Lively, ON Hockey has been in John Jamieson’s blood for most of his 72 years: as a player, as a coach, an Administrator, and President, before becoming a Director of the Northern Ontario Hockey Association, and later leading the organization as its President. In his 25+ years with Walden Minor Hockey, John has been crucial in the development of all players, hi
Register to Officiate Minor Hockey in 2018-2019! Contact the NOHA Office for more information at 705-474-8851 or email Adam Morell District Referees-in-Chief District 1 - Timmins - Dan Clermont - firstname.lastname@example.org District 2 & 8 - Sudbury & Area - Matt Davie - email@example.com District 3 - Sault Ste. Marie - Scott Raycroft - firstname.lastname@example.org District 4 - Temiskaming Shores - Eric Ouellette - email@example.com District 5 - North Bay - Stacy Jackson - s
The Northern Ontario Hockey Association (NOHA) is seeking applications for the position of National Coach Certification Program (NCCP) Learning Facilitator for the 2018/2019 season and beyond. In order to identify the most qualified individuals, the NOHA has put in place an application process. To apply, please fill out the enclosed Application Form. Keep in mind that by filling out this Application Form, you are not automatically an NCCP Learning Facilitator but rather have
The NOHA is currently looking for Minor Hockey Associations interested in hosting a Grassroots Festival in the 2018-19 season.
Grassroots Festivals are one-day events aimed at the Initiation/Novice age groups, but can be open to Atom/Peewee players as well. Participating players will take part in two on-ice and two off-ice sessions focusing on teamwork, skill development, and fun, and receive a free lunch and gift from the NOHA.
Coaches will have the opportunity to atten
Hockey Eastern Ontario, Hockey Northwestern Ontario and the Ontario Hockey Federation are excited to announce the opportunity for coaches and support staff to apply for a position on Team Ontario for the 2019 Canada Winter Games taking place February 15 until February 22, 2019 in Red Deer, AB.
Held every four years, the Canada Winter Games showcases the top under-16 hockey talent in the country that sees one province or territory emerge as the best in the Nation.
The First Shift program is designed to ensure a positive experience for new-to-hockey families by offering a program that is accessible, affordable, safe and most importantly, fun. At a cost of $199, participants will be fitted for and supplied with head-to-toe BAUER hockey equipment and introduced to Canada’s national winter game during six on-ice sessions facilitated by the minor hockey association. The program is open to both boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 10 yea