Submitted By Karie McDougall on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 (132 views)
IT'S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN!!
The UMHA will be hosting its Annual house league 3 on 3 Mini Tourney for
all players registered in the Tyke to Mid/Juv, divisions on March 11/12th weekend.
Games will take place at UMHA arenas (Angus Glen and Crosby) during UMHA ice times.
If you are interested in participating in this mini tourney, please register by completing this online form. Click here to view the online form. Read More
Submitted By Karie McDougall on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 (29 views)
The UMHA is an organization powered by its
volunteers. Each year, many wonderful people selflessly give of their
time and energy into creating a great hockey program for the youth
within our community.
The UMHA is looking for nominations for this year's Alan Pang Memorial Coach of the Year Award and the UMHA Volunteer of the Year Award.
Click on this link for more information on the Alan Pang Memorial Coach of the Year Award
Click on this link for more information on the UMHA Volunteer of the Year Award
Submitted By Karie McDougall on Wednesday, February 8, 2017 (388 views)
The UMHA Board of
Directors would like to take this opportunity to update our membership on a matter
that we have been working on since the beginning of the 2016-2017 hockey season.
In September 2016, the Ontario Minor Hockey
Association (OMHA) sent a letter to the UMHA informing us that our Select teams
(Novice and above) were no longer eligible to participate in the North York
Hockey League (NYHL). As a result
of this decision, the UMHA organized a membership meeting in early December to discuss
impact this would
have on our house league program and to discuss go-forward alternatives.
Submitted By Karie McDougall on Saturday, December 17, 2016 (534 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