Ottawa Senators Coach Clinic

Over the past eleven seasons over 7500 coaches have participated in the Tim Hortons Coaches Clinic at no cost, making it a great opportunity to further develop your skills as a coach and ultimately make a difference to your minor hockey team.  The Ottawa Senators and Tim Hortons, along with the ODMHA, Hockey Outaouais and the ODWHA believe that we need to continue to educate our coaches, allowing them access to more information and resources to ensure a level of comfort delivering a variety of drills that focus on skill development while emphasizing fun.

The Tim Hortons Coaches Clinic offers a morning full of advice and instruction from some of the top hockey minds in the business.

Whether you are a first-time coach, a seasoned veteran, or somewhere in between, the Tim Hortons Coaches Clinic is the perfect opportunity to learn some fresh ideas that can be implemented into your practices immediately, enriching the minor hockey season for you and your players.

Help shape the future of minor hockey today!

For further information regarding the Tim Hortons Coaches Clinic, please contact Matthew Wason by email at wasonm@ottawasenators.com or call 613-599-0156.

Register Here  http://senators.nhl.com/club/page.htm?id=92512

 

Canada Under 17 teams

Three ODMHA players have been chosen to the three Canadian U17  teams that will complete in the U17 World Challenge

William Bitten – From Gloucester Ontario- Ottawa 67’s AAA

Tye Felhaber – From Pembroke Ontario – Ottawa Valley Titans AAA

Zach Poirier – From Mountain Ontario – Upper Canada Cyclones AAA

 

Congratulations to these players and the Associations that helped with their development.

Barrie Davis Award

The Hockey Development Centre of Ontario held their annual meeting on the weekend of September 20th.  At the meeting they presented the Barrie Davis award.

The Barrie Davis Memorial Award is presented annually by the Hockey Development Centre for Ontario (HDCO) Board of Directors to a volunteer who has contributed to the development of amateur hockey in the Province of Ontario. 

Background:

The Barrie Davis memorial award has been created to honour the past Chairman of the HDCO and President of the ODMHA for his commitment and spirit towards making the game of hockey a positive and safe experience for all participants.  The award also recognizes Barrie for his fairness and ability to bring people together to solve issues within the game of hockey.

Eligibility & Selection Criteria:

The nominee must be an individual who has made significant contribution in Amateur hockey in one or more of the following categories over a 10-year period:

1.    Promoting the sport;
2.    Promoting fair play values;
3.    Involvement as an athlete, coach, official or administrator;
4.    Builder or developer in the sport of ice hockey

The Recipient of this years award is ODMHA's First Vice-President  Les Matthews, shown here accepting his award.