Hockey Canada Century Tour

Hockey Canada celebrates the launch of the Century Tour to commemorate its 100th anniversary. A 20,000-square-foot interactive hockey experience caravan will visit approximately 100 communities across Canada.

The Russell Fair is scheduled to host this amazing event on Friday September 5th-Sunday September 7th on the grounds near the North Ball Diamond. Fans visiting the #CenturyTour will be immersed in the excitement, history and energy that is Canadian hockey, including a state-of-the-art interactive timeline of milestone hockey moments and artifacts, on-ice experiences on a one-third scale synthetic ice rink, programs and activities specifically developed for kids, families and newcomers to the game, and a celebration of both Team Canada and local community hockey leaders. For more information on Hockey Canada and the Century Tour, please visit www.hockeycanada.ca, or follow the tour via social media hashtags at #CenturyTour, #CanadasGame or on www.facebook.com/hockeycanada and www.twitter.com/hockeycanada.

Bring your skates for the synthetic ice rink – a schedule of FREE Hockey Skills and Drills by Hockey Canada Instructors will be available soon.

The #CenturyTour is made possible with the support of Canadian Heritage, Canadian Tire, TELUS, Samsung and Respect Group.

 

Website Updates and new website.

The ODMHA information on the website will be updated this week to reflect the changes made at the AGM on the weekend. Keep in mind that the changes do not take effect until July 1st but our website will be shutting down in the next couple of weeks to be totally revamped.

The office will also be closed for one week beginning June 13th and reopening on June 23. During the following two weeks the office will be packed up to move to the new office location and the phones and email will be attended to until the move but the website will not be live until we are informed that the new one is ready to go online.

Summer Office Hours

The ODMHA office will be closed on Saturday June 7th as it is our AGM.
Summer Hours will start on Monday June 9th. From June 9th until September 8th our hours will be:
Monday to Thursday 3:00pm until 7:00pm.
The office will be closed on Saturdays.

Tournament of Champions 2014

The Tournament of Champions Divisions have been completed for the year.
The winners this year are:

ATOM:
Cornwall Colts (Champions)
Casselman-Embrun Ice Dogs (Finalists)

PEEWEE:
Ottawa West Golden Knights (Champions)
Ottawa Sting (Finalists)

BANTAM:
Mississippi Thunder Kings (Champions)
Kanata Blazers (Finalists)

MINOR MIDGET:
Metcalfe River Rats (Champions)
Casselman-Embrun Ice Dogs (Finalists)

MIDGET:
Kanata Blazers (Champions)
Nepean Raiders (Finalists)

The Tournament of Champions is the oldest continuous event in the Branch and historically brings the top performing teams from each of the 3 currently operating ODMHA 'B' Competitive Leagues at the Five Divisions.
The running of this tournament rotates annually to different municipalities as the various Associations bid on hosting each Division.

Championship Season

The Provincial Bantam and PeeWee and Regional Midget Championships are complete.

The PeeWee Championships werere hosted this year by the Ottawa Jr. 67's. The Ottawa Senators represented ODMHA and the Jr. 67's were the host team.
The tournament ran very well. Congratulations to the organizers!

The Bantam Championships saw ODMHA represented by Ottawa Jr. 67's.
Jr. 67's player Greg Meireles was picked as the Tournament MVP and he and fellow teammate Erik Ross were selected to the Tournament All-Star team. Congratulations to both players.
The Jr 67's win the Bronze Medal game 6 to 3. Congratulations team!

The Midget Regional Championships had ODMHA represented by the Ottawa Senators.
The Ottawa Senators won the Silver medal. Congratulations team!

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