December 19, 2014
Thompson Minor Hockey Association would like to thank the Thompson Community Foundation, who provided us with the grant money through the Moffat Fund in the amount of $1582.00 for the purchase of two new hockey nets. We would also like to thank Doug’s Source For Sports for ordering the nets and covering the shipping costs. These new nets will assist TMHA in providing a fun, and competitive experience with emphasis on player development, good sportsmanship and fair play. The additional nets are available to all who use the Thompson Regional Community Center so all user groups of the facility can benefit.
Thompson Minor Hockey
In the photo from left to right, Randy Mckay, Dave Moore, Thompson Community Foundation, Brad Williment Thompson MInor Hockey
Hockey Canada is now accepting nominations for the 2015 Hockey Canada Awards in the following categories.
Please click on the link below for the forms for these Hockey Canada Awards.
The deadline for all nominations is January 9th.
GOALIE CAMP BEING OFFERED IN OAKVILLE
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Please ensure your PCR is either on file or that you have completed this process and are bringing the PCR with you to the Coaching Interview.
The following coaching positions still need to be filled:
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Thank You to Billy Keane who was out this weekend with all the teams, he did a great job.
TMHA WOULD LIKE TO THANK LAMBERTS FOR THE GENEROUS DONATIONS OF THE PEEWEE HOUSE LEAGUE JERSEYS.
Congrats to the Bantam A on winning the bronze medal in the at home Don Maclean tournament
Breakfast Club is cancelled until further notice!
TMHA requires a coach to run the on-ice portion of the Breakfast Club.
Please contact TMHA Hockey Develoment Coordinator Kathy Valentino at firstname.lastname@example.org or (204) 677-4388 if you are interested in running the on-ice portion of this program.
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