2018 OHF/OHL Under-15 Camp Applications Open
Applications are open for the 2018 OHF/OHL Under-15 Program of Excellence Cam, that is being held as part of the 2018 NOHA Development Weekend! This program is the only Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) and Ontario Hockey League (OHL) combined sanctioned event for the 2003 age group within the NOHA. The program will be held over a three-day weekend – August 10-12, 2018 in Sudbury, ON.
Players will participate in intense, high performance on and off ice sessions and seminars. On-ice sessions will be run by Hockey Canada and OHL personnel and will include three practices focusing on individual skills, team tactics, and a position-specific practice. There will also be On-Ice Testing conducted by Hockey Canada and two games. Off-ice sessions will include topics such as Mental Health, Sports Psychology, Nutrition and Fitness.
The program will consist of four teams for a total of 84 players at each program (48 forwards, 24 defencemen and 12 goaltenders). The program is open to all male players who are born in 2003 and are registered to a team within the OHF for the 2017-18 season; priority will be given to players competing at the AAA level. All teams will be coached by certified OHF coaches.
If accepted into the OHF/OHL Under-15 Camp, the cost to attend will be $490 + HST and includes all meals and accommodations for the weekend. To confirm your participation, a $100.00 deposit is required. The online payment option is available after completing the application form.
Note - Please ensure that the application form is completed in the player's name. The email address you list will be the primary form of communication so it is strongly recommended that you list the parent's email address here.
Players born in 2003 are able to apply to the above camps HERE
Registration deadline is April 23, 2018.
Team NOHA will be made up of OHL Draft-eligible players that are permanent residents in Northern Ontario. Team NOHA will compete in different events during the 2018-19 hockey season, including the 2019 OHL Cup and the 2019 OHL Gold Cup. Players who wish to be considered for Team NOHA are encouraged to register to attend the NOHA Development Weekend. If you are unable to attend the NOHA Development Weekend and wish to be considered for Team NOHA you may apply to participate in one of the four other OHF/OHL Under-15 Program of Excellence locations: Kitchener, Toronto, Windsor, and Oshawa.
Please note that you must express interest and justify the reason in which you are unable to attend the Northern program to the NOHA Technical Director Andrew Corradini - email@example.com; requests will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.