Category: Rocky Mountain Female Hockey League

U15 Wildcats – gift back

The U15 Wildcats and their parents spent an evening wrapping gifts for the Christmas to Remember campaign. Providing gifts to over 500 Seniors in our community.
Way to go, Wildcats! 🥰🏒🏒

U15 Wildcats Ice

Tue19-Sep-236:00 PM7:15 PMKinplex IU15 WildcatsPractice
Thu21-Sep-238:15 PM9:30 PMCo-op PlaceU15 WildcatsPractice
Wed27-Sep-237:30 PM8:45 PMKinplex IU15 WildcatsPractice
Mon2-Oct-238:45 PM9:45 PMBig Marble Go CentreU15 WildcatsPractice
Wed4-Oct-238:15 PM9:30 PMKinplex IU15 WildcatsPractice


*Alumni Alert*

Alumni Alert!

It has been an exciting summer in the female hockey world and MHMHA would like to take this time to recognize some of our MHMHA and Wildcat alumni for their amazing accomplishments!

The summer started off with U18 and U16 Team Alberta invitations to the summer selection camps.

Congratulations to the following alumni for their selection to the U18 and U16 Team Alberta summer selection camp:

Taya Christie

Maddy Ferguson

Jayda Becker

Keyana Bert

Brianna Finke

Kiera Grant

Myla Motz (U16)

MHMHA and our Wildcats program are very proud of these athletes as they continue to represent our association with dedication, hard-work, and character. We wish Taya Christie and Keira Grant all the best as they carry on to Fall selection camp for U18 Team Alberta!

MHMHA would also like to congratulate Riley Gramlich for being invited to the fall camp for U18 Sask First.  Although Riley gets her mail delivered to Saskatchewan, we have be blessed to have her develop her skills as a MHMHA/Wildcat Alumni. “

MHMHA/Wildcats would also like to wish the following alumni good luck and congratulations as they head down to the US to continue their hockey careers, playing collegiate hockey this fall.

Congratulations to Brooklynne Painter, Ryan Harvey-Zenk and Devyn Admundson. Brooklyne Painter played in our city boys league until transitioning to the Female stream at the Bantam Elite level to play for the Southern Express. She will be attending McKendree University in St. Louis for the upcoming ACHA D1 hockey season. Her former teammate, Ryan Harvey-Zenk, was an alumnus of our Wildcats program. Following different paths to the same end, these ladies joined at the Bantam Elite level to play for the Southern Express and later in the CSSHL. Ryan will be attending Indiana Tech University in Fort Wayne this fall and the ladies will continue to play together – this time as opponents at the ACHA D1 level.

We would also like to congratulate local goaltender and Southern Express Alum Devyn Admundson for recently committing to Post University NCAA D1 this week!

MHMHA/Wildcats are very proud of all these athletes, who have developed their skills through our MHMHA minor hockey program, our Wildcats (female stream) program or have represented Medicine Hat at the zone level with the Express Hockey Program. These athletes have demonstrated the characteristics and qualities, that make MHMHA proud. Well done and again congratulations to all of our alumni for their achievements and we wish you luck on your promising futures.

Southern Express Coaching applications

Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association (LMHA) is accepting applications for an Elite Head Coach for the 2023/2024 season.

Closing date for resume is April 3, 2023

Send application in the form of a resume to


Elite teams include:


U13AA (AFHL- Alberta Female Hockey League)

U15AA (AFHL- Alberta Female Hockey League)

U18AA (AFHL- Alberta Female Hockey League)


LMHA is looking for a dynamic, enthusiastic, and motivated person to work with a group of young athletes to foster good sportsmanship, work ethic, and healthy competition.

The candidate should have demonstrated coaching experience, knowledge of the age group needs and requirements, demonstrated hockey knowledge and the ability to travel with the team when required.

For more information or to submit your coaching resume, contact Keith Hitchcock at



Strong hockey background in playing, coaching, evaluating athletes

Strong interest and commitment to child/athlete development

Ability to collaborate with fellow coaching personnel

Ability to clearly and professionally communicate on and off-ice requirements to players and parents

Available to meet time commitments outlined below

Meet or exceed NCCP coaching requirements as per Hockey Alberta Requirements


Job Responsibilities:

Serve as the official spokesperson on behalf of the team

Coordinate the delegation of responsibilities to the assistant coaches, manager, and team staff

Plan on and off-ice activities in consultation with the assistant coaches

Coordinate player evaluation and selection in conjunction with the association

Plan, implement, and control pre-game preparation and communication with the team

Design practice plans in consultation with the assistant coaches

Coach the team in all games and practices

Establish rules for the team and oversee the supervision of the players

Complete year-end report as required by the association

Outline practice plans, game strategy, and recommendations on how the program can be improved

Report to the association through the assigned mentor or designate



Time Commitment:

Weekly practices and/or games

Off-ice training

Weekly game/practice preparation

Tournaments (home and away)

Attend meetings as required by the association at the start of the season

Check emails and answer any enquires in a timely fashion