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Mount Hamilton Minor Hockey Association


2015-2016 SEASON OPEN REGISTRATION

 

Novice to Bantam $410.00

Midget $435.00

 

Novice 2007-2008    open

   Atom 2005-2006      open  

 Peewee 2003-2004 open

Bantam 2001-2002  open

Midget 1998-99-2000  open 

Please Contact our Registrar

mhmhasecretary@gmail.com

 or

You can also print out the registration form by CLICKING HERE or you can find it at the HANDOUTS/FORMS tab on the left side of the page and mail it along with a cheque or cheques (no cash) to:

25 Hester St.
Hamilton, ON, Canada L9A 2N3

The full amount must be paid either by paying in full at time of sign up or a $100 deposit and a cheque postdated for September for $310 for Novice-Bantam and $335 for Midget.

 

Make Cheques Payable to:   M.H.M.H.A

Please note: The $100 deposit is non refundable.

A fee of $25 will be applied to all NSF cheques.

 


 

 

COACHING/TRAINER CLINICS

Clinic Description

Clinic Description
Thank you for supporting our players by stepping up and taking on a Coach or Trainer’s role.
All Coaches, Assistant Coaches, Trainers and Managers within the jurisdiction of the ALLIANCE are required to be certified in Speak Out or Respect in Sports program. Speak Out was a classroom course that was replaced a few years ago by Respect in Sports. If you are Speak Out certified, you do not have to take Respect in Sports. Your coaching/trainer’s card will have an “H” in the number, proving you attended the Speak Out course. Respect in Sports is an on-line 3 hour course broken into 6, 30 minute segments. The course can be found here: https://alliance.respectgroupinc.com/secure/
 
Development Stream (DS) is designed for Select and higher level coaches. This course involves 22 hours of classroom instruction and 2 hours of on-ice instruction, held over a 2 day period. The course outline can be found here: http://www.alliancehockey.com/page.asp?id=25
 
Coach Stream (CS) is designed for House league coaches and other bench staff involved on the ice. Many Associations require their H/L Head coaches to be Coach Stream certified. Check with your own Association for their specific coaching requirements.
This course was redesigned for 2013-14. The changes proved very successful and will continue for the upcoming season.
The course is broken into 2 segments. The first is a 4 hour on-line course which MUST BE COMPLETED before you can apply for the in-class/on-ice session. The on-line course is found at: https://ehockey.hockeycanada.ca/ehockey/ClinicDetail.aspx?cid=81411 .  Once you have completed the on-line course, apply for the 6 hour classroom/on-ice through your own Association’s TDC representative. This one day course includes 5 hours of classroom instruction followed by a 1 hour ice session.
 
Trainer course is a one day course for the Trainer of your team. Associations require each team to have a certified Trainer due to insurance obligations. This is not a first aid course but does instruct you in developing an Emergency Action Plan, Injury Management, removing players from play and co-ordaining their return as well as an in-depth discussion on recognizing and dealing with concussion injuries. NOTE: This course is also available on-line and the link is found here:  http://www.hdcoelearning.com/Store/Cart.aspx?CourseId=2. The major advantage to the in-class session is the amount of information that you will share with the other attendees.
The Trainer’s course must be recertified every 3 years and the recertification course is only available on-line.
 
If you are a member of a Hamilton area Association that falls under the Hamilton Minor Hockey Council umbrella, sign up through your own Association’s TDC Rep. There is no charge to attend these Clinics. If however, you fail to attend a Clinic that you have signed up for, your Association will be charged the costs incurred and you will be responsible for making reimbursement to your Association. Contact your Association TDC representative to sign up for the appropriate Clinic as soon as possible, space is limited and the Clinics fill fast!
 
If you are from outside the Hamilton Minor Hockey Council’s area, you may apply to attend any of the Clinics we sponsor. You are required to apply and, if space is available, you will be responsible for the costs to attend. To apply, open the “Out of Town Application” tab under the Clinic banner. Payment is made through Paypal and payment instructions are found on the application form.
 
For questions, contact Jeff Reynolds, TDC co-ordinator at: hamiltontdcclinics@cogeco.ca
 
Note that all Clinics are held at the F. H. Sherman Recreation Centre, formally called Dofasco Sports Park.

RESPECT IN SPORT

All ALLIANCE Hockey 2004 and younger birth year participants who participate in a League must have one parent/guardian complete the Hockey Canada Respect in Sport Parent Program prior to their child’s/children’s participation in ALLIANCE Hockey.

See tabs on left hand side for more information.

 


 

SUPER SATURDAY 2015

Congratulations to all for a great season this year.  Please check the PHOTO ALBUMS tab at the left of the page for numerous pictures from Super Saturday.  If anyone has any pictures they would like me to post, please email them to

brianf.allen@sympatico.ca


 

Novice Alliance Champs

 

Very proud of the Mount Hamilton Novice Blues who went 5-0 on route to the Alliance Championships!!! We are champions because we committed ourselves to hard work, dedication, team play, respect and fun!  COACH:Matt Gallo

 




2015-2016 Select Team Coaching Applications

Do you have a desire to coach one of the MHMHA's Select teams?  If you do, submit a coaching application (Volunteer Form in the Handouts/Forms on the left) or you can get a form from one of the convenors, and your "hockey" resume by March 15th to the attention of RYAN CAIRNS (mhmhasecretary@gmail.com), stating the division being requested.  All applications will be considered.

Next year there will be teams in all divisions including a Minor Midget team. 


SUMMER 4 ON 4 HOCKEY