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Log into the Thompson Minor Hockey website, or the website you are a member of.  Click on the link below that is of interest to you.  At the top left of the screen beside your name click on "Become a Member".  Once registered, click on the globe to the right of your username at the top to select the site you wish to visit.  

Below is a list of websites that may be of interest to you

Flin Flon Minor Hockey

The Pas Minor Hockey

Norman Northstars

Swan River Minor Hockey

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The TMHA will be kicking off the
2020/2021 Season

October 2, 3, 4, 2020.

Players will not be permitted on ice pending 
Registration & Fees paid in full to the TMHA.




Based on the recommendation by the Province of Manitoba, Hockey Manitoba and its Board of Directors have made the decision to not allow sanctioned tournaments or events to take place prior to November 1, 2020.  The decision also includes the cancellation of Hockey Manitoba's U15 AAA Male and Female Showcase event that was scheduled for October 2 - 4, 2020, which will not be rescheduled.

As previously indicated in Hockey Manitoba's Return to Play Plan (Version 1), travel permit applications will not be accepted for out of province travel until October 15, 2020 and will only be granted for travel occurring after November 1, 2020.

Over the past several months, Hockey Manitoba has been working closely with Hockey Canada, Sport Manitoba and the Provincial Health Authorities to develop a Return to Play (RTP) plan that will allow the best opportunity for our members to return to play in a safe, healthy and structured environment.  

On August 12, 2020, Hockey Manitoba received approval from the Provincial Health Authorities to launch Phase 2 of our RTP document.  This was a significant step, which was welcomed by Hockey Manitoba and confirmed the support of Sport Manitoba and the Provincial Health Authorities as we worked in unison to ensure our organization installed the necessary steps and protocols for a safe and healthy return to hockey.

The past month Manitoba has witnessed a significant spike in the reported cases of COVID-19 and without the concerted effort of our entire membership to support our existing plan we run the risk of exposure and possible transmission of the virus that could force the Health Authorities to take the appropriate action that may include shutting down our program.  This is certainly something our entire organization wants to avoid and to alleviate this possibility we need your support.
Yes, hockey will be returning but please do not underestimate the importance of compliance, accepting the new normal, and the steps we will all be required to implement to apply extra layers of safety for our members. Your support, effort and contribution are appreciated as we collectively work together in the safe return to hockey.

For more information on Hockey Manitoba's Return to Play plan, please visit

Thank you.

- Hockey Manitoba


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The Province of Manitoba has approved Phase 2 of Hockey Manitoba’s Return to Play (RTP) Plan – Version 1 for the 2020 – 2021 season.  The approval of Phase 2 will allow sanctioned programs to safely resume, following the protocols set by Hockey Manitoba beginning September 1, 2020.

Any programs wishing to begin prior to this date are required to submit a request in writing to Hockey Manitoba.

We continue to work closely with Hockey Canada, Sport Manitoba, and the Province of Manitoba with the anticipation that Phase 3 will be approved in the near future.

Hockey Canada's Return to Hockey



CALGARY, Alta. – The following is a statement on behalf of Hockey Canada from Tom Renney, chief executive officer, and Scott Smith, president and chief operating officer, on the return-to-hockey process in Canada.  (Read more)

“On March 12, the decision was made to cancel all Hockey Canada-sanctioned activities across the country. This was a difficult decision, but one made to maintain the health and safety of all participants and the general public amid growing concerns around the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Currently there are no Hockey Canada-sanctioned activities being conducted, and we are working with our Members on their return-to-hockey plans. After ongoing discussions with the board of directors, our chief medical officer, the 13 Members and public health authorities across the country, it has been determined that the best approach for a return to hockey in Canada is to allow each Member the opportunity to work with authorities in their respective regions to determine when it is safe to return to the ice in areas that fall under their jurisdiction. We expect the timing of each Member’s return to hockey will be different, but will be based on the advice of their government and public health authority. 
It is imperative to note that we are not ready to return to the game across the country. As we have seen in respect to flattening the curve, the impact of the pandemic varies from region to region. Permitting our Members the opportunity to decide on an appropriate return-to-hockey timeline will allow them to work directly with public health authorities to determine when it is safe to return while also implementing specific safety measures and rules within their associations and leagues.
Hockey Canada knows the game will look quite different, and the return will happen at different speeds and at different times across the country. Be assured, we continue to work on our multi-faceted return-to-hockey plan that includes health and safety regulations, communications and seasonal structure. As with so many people across the country, we look forward to returning to the game when it is safe to do so, and we will support our 13 Members as we continue to work towards getting back on the ice.”

Below are links to Hockey Canada's Return to Hockey Safety Guidelines document and FAQ in support of the Return to Hockey statement.

Hockey Canada Return to Hockey Safety Guidelines
Hockey Canada Return to Hockey Safety Guidelines FAQ
For more information on the Return to Hockey plan, please visit

Please note: Hockey Manitoba's office remains closed to the public.  All Hockey Manitoba staff can be reached via email. Click here for the Hockey Manitoba staff directory.

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SPORT MANITOBA 2020/2021 Regional Sport Development Grants Manual.  Grants are available to help you & those in your community defray the costs associated with sports.

KidSport Canada

For information on how to apply for assistance to cover the TMHA registration fee, please visit the KidSport website

TMHA 2019-2020 Year-End Award Recipients

Matthew Steeves - TMHA President presenting Kaleigh McNish with the Elaine Dymeterko Memorial Award - Most improved defenseman in Peewee House League.

Mathew Steeves - TMHA President presenting Reed Scaddan with the Clifford Duchesne Memorial Award - MVP at Peewee "AA" Provincials.

Matthew Steeves - TMHA President presenting Reed Scaddan with the Clifford Duchesne Memorial Award - MVP at Peewee "AA" Provincials.

Matthew Steeves- TMHA President presenting Lynden Bartram with the Ted Larson Memorial Award - Most sportsmanlike in Bantam House League.

Mike Scaddan presenting Nathan M'Lot with the Kevin Scaddan Memorial Award - Best display of skill, sportsmanship & academics in Thompson Minor Hockey.






2019 - 2020

Year End Awards

Thompson Minor Hockey Association

Matthew Steeves - TMHA President presenting Levi White with the Ken Burak Memorial Award - Most Sportsmanlike in Atom House League.

Matthew Steeves - TMHA President presenting Dion Ryan with the Blaine Prince Memorial Award - Scholastic achievement for grade 8 student (1st year Bantam)

Matthew Steeves - TMHA President presenting Aiden Hickey with the Earl Thomas Dolyniuk Memorial Award - Best goaltender in Peewee House League.

Matthew Steeves - TMHA President presenting Darren Dumas with the TMHA Midget League Award - Exemplary display of sportsmanship & leadership through respect for their fellow players.


Respect in Sport - Parent

Please click here to complete the Parent Respect in Sport Program.

More information can be found at the Hockey Manitoba website.

Certification for the Respect in Sport for Parents program must be obtained by at least one parent or legal guardian of any minor hockey player on a Hockey Manitoba roster by November 1st.  Should certification not be obtained by November 1st, the minor hockey player will be ineligible to participate in any Hockey Manitoba sanctioned activity until one parent or legal guardian is certified.


RIS Link



Have you ever thought about playing hockey?
How about playing with just girls?

The Thompson Minor Hockey Association offers the Tigers Female program.  The program is open to players registered in our house league programs, AND … TMHA is excited to continue our GIRLS ONLY registration.  This new registration will give you access to the female hockey program without having to play in the regular house league.  You choose which option works best for you!

The girls only registration is geared towards female players aged 9 - 17 looking to have fun in a non-competitive environment.  Joining our Tigers program gives you access to one guaranteed ice time per week, with the opportunity to pick up additional ice times as they become available, and the opportunity to play in ALL-GIRL GAMES!

For more information contact TMHA Female Coordinator.




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