Submitted By Voula Bertsoulakis on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 (30 views)
SAVE THE DATE! The UMHA Coach, Convenor and Sponsor Appreciation Night has been scheduled for Tuesday February 21st, 2017! Please be sure to join us!
Details to follow!
Submitted By Voula Bertsoulakis on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 (31 views)
Let’s celebrate the game of hockey with UMHA Hockey Day in
Hockey Day in Canada is just around the corner, where Canada
as a nation celebrates their love of the game. And to show our support for this
celebration, UMHA is holding our own Hockey Day in Canada event.
For our Game Day weekend, Saturday, February 18th
and Sunday, February 19th, we will be giving our kids a PRO-Game
Bring family and friends to fill the stands, wear your
favourite team’s colours, make some noise and cheer for all the Players and
their Team and let’s give our kids a real hockey experience.
After all Hockey is for kids!
Submitted By Karie McDougall on Saturday, December 17, 2016 (314 views)
Last month, the UMHA put out a call for your help in collecting gently used hockey equipment to assist a First Nations community near Thunder Bay on behalf of Emma Tworzyanski, a past UMHA player and now grade 12 student at Bill Crothers Secondary School. Emma had no idea that this project for her Grade 12 sports
management class would land her nearly 2,000 kilometres away from home
and create the foundation for the first-ever girls hockey team in
Eabametoong First Nation in Northern Ontario. Read More
Submitted By Karie McDougall on Thursday, December 15, 2016 (371 views)
Many thanks to all of the UMHA teams who donated generously to our Food Drive this past weekend.
It was a HUGE success! We filled (and I mean FILLED) a car full of food (see photo gallery) along with the Village Grocer truck that was at Angus Glen on Dec. 10th.
Hockey with Heart representative, Vic Steane was thrilled with the number of participants and the spirit of the UMHA hockey teams. "Having the Village Grocer/Hockey with Heart truck at Angus Glen on December 10th was new for us. We were hoping that the people of the UMHA would help us make this our biggest collection year yet, and from the number of items we picked up and took to the Markham Food Bank, the teams certainly met the challenge." Read More