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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 2019-2020 season, the requirement to recertify affects parents who completed their Respect in Sport certification prior to May 1, 2016. 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.
Hello Everyone, MHMHA is excited to get the 2019-20 season started. As an association, we can’t wait to see what our amazing athletes have in store for everyone over the next 7 months. Some changes to the way Hockey Canada mandates Atom evaluations, called the Atom Pathway, have included that anyone trying out for rep […]Read More
LIONS CLUB OF MEDICINE HAT GOODWILL EQUIPMENT PROGRAM The Lions Club of Medicine Hat is once again is proud to be hosting its recycling programme of GENTLY used or outgrown sports equipment for kids 6 to 16 years of age. All of the equipment is donated and is free of charge to those that need […]Read More
The SEAC board would like to thank all registrants thus far for the Fall Development and Conditioning camp run in partnership with the Willie Desjardins South Alberta Hockey Academy for all PeeWee, Bantam, and Midget aged players. We have had a significant response to this camp and are now FULL for Bantam and Midget […]Read More
The following is a list of the teams we will be offering for our female players for the upcoming 2019/20 hockey season: Timbits Wildcats– participate in the Timbits City program Novice Wildcats– participate in the Novice B City League Atom A – participate in the RMFHL Atom B – participate in the Atom B City […]Read More