Nepean Minor Hockey Association



50% Off Headwarmer from ODR - Fits under the helmet for outdoor hockey!

Here is the latest deal on Community Engage for minor hockey parents. As usual, you will save 50% and 12.5% goes back to your team.

50% off Blockheater from ODR - hat for under kids helmet for outdoor hockey. They ship it right to your home. Regular price is $30, this offer is $15 and includes taxes, shipping, etc. Minor/current-deal

Please use your team link.

We have now saved Eastern Ontario parents over $60,000 and generated $7,500 in fundraising!

50% off deals - Play It Again Sports, Peak Centre, Barley Mow - from Community Engage

Below are the latest deals from Community Engage. 1. Pay $20 for $45 off a composite hockey stick purchase at any of the Ottawa area Play It Again Sports locations. You can buy up to 2 vouchers. One… read full article

Light up the Night for Kids and the Community

This is Canada´s first 5km Night Skate in support of the Sens Foundation to be held on Friday, January 27, 2012 at 7:00 PM on the Rideau Canal. Join us in the first ever 5km Energizer® Night Skate and become a part of NHL® All-Star Weekend as thousands of skaters wearing Energizer® LED Headlights light up the historic Rideau Canal. You will be skating for the children and youth of our community as proceeds from the event will benefit the Sens Foundation.

For more details please click the link below...

Energizer Night Skate

Latest Community Engage Deal From The Barley Mow Restaurant

If you have been following Community Engage we have helped you; buy new equipment and gear at Sports Experts and Barrhaven Source for Sports, go to a Sens game, get your old equipment smelling clean a… read full article

Atom B Godzillas Toy Drive

Congratulations to the Atom B Godzillas for raising $160 worth of donations in a toy drive for Nelson House. The boys celebrated at their team holiday party this past weekend at West Park Bowling Lanes.

Latest Deals From Community Engage

1. Half price for 3 one hour training sessions on the Endless Ice Skate Treadmill by Family Physio Centre on Thurston Drive in Ottawa. Regular $100. Offered at $50. Sessions are focused on improvi… read full article

Raiders Major Bantam AA Food Drive for the Barrhaven Food Cupboard

The Major Bantam AA team did an outstanding job and did the NMHA very proud with the work they accomplished going door to door in the Half Moon Bay area for the Barrhaven Food Cupboard. The coaching staff and parents are very proud of the young men that volunteered their Friday evening for such a great cause. They were very courteous and polite young men who were very appreciative at every home they visited.

Hats off to the boys, great job! From left to right: Ben, Jacob, Dylan, Kevin, Alex, Nolan, Matt A, Nick

Missing are Joseph and Matt C

Food Drive at Nepean Raiders JR A Game

The Minor Atom B - White team has partnered with the Nepean Raiders Junior A club for a food drive at the Jr A Raiders Sunday, Dec 11 home game against the Gloucester Rangers. All fans attending are encouraged to bring a non-perishable food item to the game at the Nepean Sportsplex. The Minor Atom B players, who will be wearing their Nepean Raider Home White jerseys will be collecting the food items at the door for the Barrhaven Food Cupboard. Any Nepean Raider minor hockey player and sibling(s) attending the game wearing their Nepean jersey will get in for free with a food donation.

It´s a Spirit-Raiser!

Everyone is aware of Fundraisers. How about a Spirit-Raiser? You have been requested by your friend, colleague, family member and or an acquaintance to support a Spirit-Raiser for the Nepean Raiders… read full article

Atom A Team C in the Barrhaven Lions Club Christmas Parade

This year the Nepean Atom A Team C participated in the Barrhaven Lions Club Christmas Parade. We thought we would show this picture as you see the team had a blast!

Happy Holidays everyone from the NMHA!

Christmas Spirit

On Saturday November 19, 2011, 4 teams of hockey players and their siblings from the Nepean Minor Hockey Association went on a shopping spree at Toys R Us. Their goal was to help kick start the Help S… read full article

Nepean Raiders and Kanata Blazers honour Daron Richardson

On Wednesday November 16, 2011 the Nepean Raiders Peewee AA team played the Kanata Blazers in a regular season game. In honour of Daron Richardson, both teams used purple tape for their sticks and pictures were taken in front of a Do It For Daron Banner.

November 13, 2011 marked the one year anniversary of Daron's passing.

Hockey Eastern Ontario Concussion Seminar

The Hockey Eastern Ontario will be holding a concussion seminar on December 10, 2011 from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM at the Scotiabank Place. See the poster below for more details.

Nepean Raiders and Ottawa Sting Work Together for the Food Bank

They may be rivals on the ice but off the ice the Nepean Raiders and Ottawa Sting worked together on November 8, 2011 to collect hundreds of non-perishable food items for the food bank. The boys along with family and friends in attendance at the game all donated to the cause.

This group of Minor PeeWee boys realize the importance of giving back to their community and would like to encourage all the PeeWee teams to start their own Food Drive collections.

The NMHA will continue their food drive throughout the month of November until Christmas. All donations are welcome at the hockey office.

The NMHA is hoping other teams will try to match the Minor Peewee A team with donations. We are very proud of our boys! The food bank is in great need and asks especially for Peanut Butter and Cereal. As we all know the price of Peanut Butter is expected to double or triple very soon.

Photo taken by Dawn Carle.

Team Fundraising Program For All Nepean Teams

Attention Parents, Coaches, and Team Managers; We would like to make you aware of a new Team fundraising program that is launching later this week from a local company called Community Engage. It wi… read full article

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