Nepean Minor Hockey Association

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Novice B Team Silver Medalists at Mary Parkinson Memorial Tournament

The Nepean Raiders Major Novice B team proudly brought home Silver medals and a Finalist Cup at the Mary Parkinson Memorial "A" Tournament in Richmond Hill (Sept. 15-17). They were the class of their … read full article


Minor Atom B White Team Golden in Kitchener

The Nepean Minor Atom B White team brought home gold this weekend ( Sept 8-10th) at the Kitchener Early Bird Tournament. They played teams from Orillia, Guleph and Cinncinati by winning all three game… read full article


Belec and Tam 2017-2018 Captains

The Nepean Raiders are pleased to announce returning veterans. Kari Belec (97) and Corey Tam (97) will split duties as team captains. Both Belec and Tam played a big role in the Raiders rebuild … read full article


Young Hockey Player Faces Long, Painful Wait for Hip Surgery at CHEO

When Connor Cose-Manuel turned up ice with the puck last year during a hockey game with the 'AA' Nepean Raiders, he felt something in his right hip go "pop".

Read full story at ottawacitzen.com


Tryout Website Links

The links to the competitive tryout websites are listed below...

MINOR MIDGET: http://www.iplayhockey.ca/nepean-raiders-minor-midget-tryouts

MAJOR MIDGET: http://www.iplayhockey.ca/nepean-raiders-major-midget-tryouts


Free Canada 150 Community Picnic

Hosted by MPP Lisa MacLeod FREE BBQ of hot dogs, hamburgers, and other dishes from our cultural communities Bring your own lawn chair or picnic blanket and water bottle MPP MacLeod will also la… read full article


Registration for players born in 2011, 2012 & 2013 (Timbits Initiation Program)

For players born in 2011 and 2012, registration is on-going throughout the month of August on Wednesday’s from 4 pm to 6 pm at the NMHA hockey office located at the Walter Baker Sports Centre, 100 M… read full article


Required Equipment - Initiation Program

Please insure your child is properly equipped. Below is a listing of the required equipment. To insure their safety, if your child does not have all the equipment listed below they will not be permitted on the ice.

  • Hockey helmet and face mask (Must be CSA approved and properly fitted).
  • Socks and garter belt (or undergarment with Velcro to hold socks – normally holds Protective Cup/Jill as well).
  • Neck guard (BNQ certified) which is neither too loose nor too tight.
  • Shin pads (proper size and length).
  • Shoulder Pads (proper size to protect shoulders and upper arms area).
  • Mouth guard (proper size).
  • Elbow Pads (proper size).
  • Skates – properly fitted and sharpened.
  • Hockey Gloves (proper size – avoid short cuffs as they do not provide proper protection against slashes to the wrist area).
  • Stick - properly measured while on skates – should be at chin level; end of stick (knob) must be thick enough to not fit through any facemask openings.
  • Hockey Pants (proper size and length).
  • Protective Cup/Jill (proper size).

Fidget Spinners in the Hockey Office

Everyone's favourite toy is now available in the Hockey Office! Only $5 each! Black and red available. read full article


Nepean Minor Hockey Association Logo Design Contest

The Nepean Minor Hockey Association was created in 1965 and its first President, Keith Duke, suggested the name “Raiders” for all of its teams, in honour of his hometown Wexford Raiders. T… read full article


Statement from the NMHA Regarding Attending Tournaments in the USA

With the widely-publicized Executive Order on travel signed by President Trump now in partial effect, the NMHA is concerned that this may adversely impact some of our membership traveling to tournamen… read full article


Gender Diversity Training Program

Based on a ruling by the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, all team officials must now complete training modules on Gender Identity and Gender Expression.

The training is mandatory for all team officials. For team officials already assigned to a team, the training must be completed before October 1. For team officials appointed after October 1, they will have 30 days to complete both modules.

The E-modules are available at https://ehockey.hockeycanada.ca/ehockey/ClinicDetail.aspx?cid=111725

There is no fee.

Coaches will receive 3 maintenance points for the completion of the training program.


Hockey Office is Now Open on Wednesdays from 4 PM to 6 PM

The NMHA hockey office is now open for summer hours starting on Wednesday June 7th from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM. Then the office will be open every Wednesday except for August 2nd. Office will be open on… read full article


NMHA Allumni Selected in the Inaugural OHL Under 18 Priority Selection

Congratulations to the following NMHA alumni who were selected in the inaugural OHL Under 18 Priority Selection. Mackenzie White – 1st round, 14th overall – Oshawa Owen Scott – 2nd round, … read full article


Registration Fee Structure

Registration fees include all games and basic team practice ice for House League and Initiation Program players. Practice ice over and above that basic amount will be charged to the teams at the NMHA … read full article

Suspension Reporting

Affiliation Request

Respect in Sport - Parent Program

Gender Identity and Expression Course




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