The Northern Ontario Hockey Association Program of Excellence Development Weekend was held this past weekend, May 27-29, 2022 in Sudbury, Ontario. Ninety 2008-born players participated in the annual three-day event, hosted across Laurentian University, Countryside Arena, and TM Davies Arena. The program featured multiple off-ice fitness and education sessions, including health and nutrition, fitness testing, and mental health and team building activities. On the ice, the play
The NOHA was saddened to hear of the passing of NOHA Past President and Life Member Bryce Kulik. Bryce was a valued member of the NOHA, and his contributions to the hockey community will be sorely missed. For more information and donations: https://timminspress.remembering.ca/obituary/bryce-kulik-1085148330
The NOHA announced the 2021-2022 Award Winners at the NOHA Annual General Meeting in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. Congratulations to this year's deserved award winners! Angus Campbell Merit Award - Greg Lockeyer, Mindemoya The Angus Campbell Merit Award is named after the founder of the NOHA and it is an order of merit awarded by the NOHA to an individual for outstanding service to the game other than as a player. Greg Lockeyer first has dedicated more than 40 consecutive years
To our valued NOHA community, The Northern Ontario Hockey Association (NOHA) has a long history serving Northern Ontario communities, associations, players, and families. As you know, participation in minor hockey across Canada has been in decline over the past several years. The NOHA is committed to promoting a greater understanding of the positives of the sport and to growing our relationships with our participants in order to support the important work of growing the game.