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RESPECT IN SPORT FOR PARENTS: Hockey Alberta announced that parents are required to recertify their Respect in Sport every four years. For the 2020-21 season, the requirement to recertify affects parents who completed their Respect in Sport certification prior to May 1, 2017.
Any parent who has not re-certified, their child(ren) will NOT be able to attend any evaluations or try-outs until their certification has been completed.
If you have a child that is new to hockey and you already have a Respect in Sport Certificate number, you will need to add this child to your account. Please click the Respect in Sport link button below.
HOCKEY CANADA ID#: If you are needing to get your child(ren)’s Hockey Canada ID# please click this link below.
Dear MHMHA Members, MHMHA is adapting to every changing situation that Covid-19 creates. At this time, we’ve seen the rules change on a weekly basis and in the last week, the rules have changed daily. As of the date of this email, there are many restrictions which limit the way we can play hockey. […]Read More
Community Connection – The Beej Project Medicine Hat College We are excited to launch our mental health video series. Starting the campaign is a well-known and respected leader in the world of athletics. Drawing on his professional background in sports leadership, Willie Desjardins, head coach and general manager of the Medicine Hat Tigers, talks about […]Read More
Happy New Year! We wanted to share a couple of upcoming opportunities for Players, Parents and Coaches to participate in during the month of January. On January 30 & 31, Hockey Alberta will be hosting our 2021 Female Hockey Day Celebrations online! Hockey Alberta has been hosting Female Hockey Day since 2017 […]Read More
We hope you were able to enjoy the holidays and are as happy as we are to move into a new year! That being said, yesterday’s news from the Government of Alberta and AHS was not what we were hoping to hear. As you probably have heard, the current restrictions have been extended for at […]Read More