Check out the attachjment below.
One of our ODMHA teams got 4th place overall in this national contest.
OTTAWA TO HOST HOCKEY CANADA FOUNDATION GALA AND GOLF TOURNAMENT JUNE 27-28;
EVENT TO PROVIDE RINK OF DREAMS LEGACY PROJECT THROUGH SENS FOUNDATION
OTTAWA, Ont. - Hockey Canada and the Ottawa Senators announced today that the nation’s capital will play host to the eighth annual Hockey Canada Foundation gala and golf tournament on Monday, June 27, and Tuesday, June 28. The event will provide a Rink of Dreams legacy fund to build a refrigerated outdoor community rink in Ottawa.
The foundation’s annual gala and golf tournament celebrates the on-ice accomplishments of Hockey Canada’s national teams at world championships and Olympic Games.
“Hockey Canada is very excited about coming back to Ottawa for our foundation’s gala and golf tournament in June 2011,” said Bob Nicholson, president and CEO of Hockey Canada. “We look forward to this tremendous event and to raising funds for a rink project through the Sens Foundation.”
TO: ODMHA Council, ODMHA District Chairs, Association Presidents, Risk and Safety Coordinators, All Teams and Parents
FR: Jeff Steele, Director of Risk and Safety Management, ODMHA
Brent Dick, V.P. Risk, Safety and Conduct Management, ODHA
DT: December 9th, 2010
RE: Online Safety Tips
The web is a wonderful place for kids, so long as they are aware of the risks. While the Internet is an open door to a world of great information, communication and entertainment, it can also be a direct passageway to danger. We’re committed to helping our team officials as well as parents keep their kids safe while they explore and enjoy the door that’s not locked.
See the rest of the memo by opening the attachment
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (TORONTO, Ontario – November 22, 2010) The Hockey Development Centre for Ontario, in partnership with its member associations and program sponsors, is pleased to announce the official launch of the 2011 Penalty Free Sweepstakes contest. The Sweepstakes is a provincial safety initiative created to foster fair play, skills, safety and sportsmanship in amateur hockey throughout Ontario. The Penalty Free Sweepstakes encourages and rewards amateur hockey teams for staying out of the penalty box and has generated a positive response from all ages and levels of amateur hockey in Ontario. Statistics indicate that sixty-two percent of the teams who have entered the contest have either won or tied their games, demonstrating that fair play and good sportsmanship is not only rewarding but can substantially increase the chance of being successful on the ice. As an added incentive, the program also features a Penalty Free MVP award that recognizes individual players who exemplify the values of the Penalty Free Sweepstakes – skills, safety and sportsmanship.
CBC and Scotiabank have teamed up once again for the Scotiabank Hockey Tonight Kids contest, giving teams across Canada a chance at introducing Canada's #1 hockey program, CBC's Hockey Night in Canada!
What's the prize? Winning teams will be featured on the pre-game show Scotiabank Hockey Tonight before introducing CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada to millions of hockey fans across the country. Winning teams will be videotaped and photographed announcing CBC's Hockey Night in Canada at their local rink. Teams will also receive a pizza party hosted by Scotiabank as well as an official CBC's Hockey Night in Canada team towel!
Entering couldn't be easier. Adults, Parents/Guardians, Coaches, Team Managers associated with Kids Minor Hockey teams can enter on behalf of the team by visiting cbcsports.ca/hockey. All teams ages 8 to 16 can enter. BUT - time is running out - the contest closes on January 17, 2011!
TO: ODMHA Council, District Chairs, Minor Hockey Association Presidents and Team
FR: Brent Dick, V.P. Risk, Safety and Conduct Management, ODHA
Jeff Steele, Director Risk and Safety Management, ODMHA
DT: September 23rd, 2010
RE: Supervision of Players
Please check the link for the full memo.