APHA REGISTRATION OPENS AUGUST 1st!!
Timekeepers and On-Ice Officials are needed for the upcoming season
If your child is interested, please contact Mitchell @ email@example.com
Heros Hockey will be running their SuperHEROS program in Winnipeg this upcoming season at Seven Oaks Arena. Kevin Hodgson, the Executive Director, has kindly asked if we could spread the word, as this is a new program being offered in Winnipeg. If you can share the information below on your association’s website/social media channels, that would be greatly appreciated.
“SuperHEROS is an adapted hockey program expressly designed to provide young people living with cognitive and/or physical challenges a place to play hockey. SuperHEROS is for players between the ages of 7 & 17 living with a disability that makes the traditional hockey structure not a viable path for them. There is no cost to play and ice times will take place every Saturday morning from October to March at Seven Oaks Arena. SuperHEROS is not a drop-in program, it is intended to be a team and community for the player and their family, allowing the player to be able to proudly say I’m A Hockey Player. This season, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, and Red Deer will join Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, and Regina giving us a total of 9 teams across Western Canada. Funding for this program will come from Rogers, as well as local supporters- The Platinum Jets and the St James U13 Canucks. The St. James U13 Canucks were named regional finalists as part of the 2022 Good Deeds Cup for their efforts to raise funds for Heros Hockey. For more information about the program or if you are interested in getting involved, please see www.heroshockey.com or contact Kevin Hodgson at firstname.lastname@example.org.”
Registration is now open at Corydon CC for the Recreational Hockey Program (known as CHIF)
See below for further information
Registration opens for a new Hockey Winnipeg U11 recreational program on August 16th!
See below for further details
The APHA Rangers AA Hockey Program is currently looking to fill coaching positions at the Female U18 level for the 2022/23 season.
The Ranger program strives to attract and retain the finest coaches available for the program and make every effort to look for independent, non-parent coaches.
These positions include both the heading coaching and assistant coaching rolls. If you are interested in a coaching position within the Rangers organization we invite you to reach out to our Coaches Committee at the following link:
As we wrap up the 2021-22 hockey season APHA extends a huge
to our coaches, assistant coaches, managers, safety and communication officers for the many hours put in this winter.
Despite some challenges the kids were able to complete the year and return to some form of ‘normal’.
Thank you for your time, energy and hard work to ensure that happened.
We couldn’t do it without you!!
APHA extends congratulations to all APHA teams but recognizes those who reached the city finals on the Champions page.
Many thanks to Pro Hockey Life for their generous donation.
It is greatly appreciated.
Many thanks to Scotiabank for their generous donation to APHA!
It is greatly appreciated.
The mission of the APHA hockey program is to make sure that our children have fun while learning skills that will help them enjoy a lifetime of hockey and develop into complete individuals. Our reward for taking on this challenge is more children playing and staying in hockey.
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