News and Announcements

The Timmins Minor Hockey Board of Directors is pleased to welcome Steve Meger as the new TMHA Administrator. Steve will begin his position on Monday, August 17th. Please help us in welcoming Steve to our Association.

Steve will be working remotely as our downtown location will be closed as of September 1st. Steve can be reached beginning Monday at admin@timminsminorhockey,com or by calling 705-363-8633.

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Please find the TMHA skills clinic list of participants and times. Certain restrictions are being imposed by Hockey Canada, the Ontario Hockey Federation and the Northern Ontario Hockey Association due to the present COVID-19 pandemic; therefore, the Pre-Season Skills Sessions for the month of August are only being offered to those players that were registered/carded with TMHA during the 2019/20 hockey season (last season).

The fee for the Skills Sessions will be $20 per player, per session. There are 2 sessions per week totaling $40. ($80 per player if they choose to attend all 4 sessions, both weeks). The fee is payable by cash on the day of your session. Please bring the exact amount. No cheques please. Unfortunately, our online payment services is not yet ready.

Please be advised that at this time, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many new restrictions with regards to facility use, are being imposed by the Ontario Government and the City of Timmins. Please note the following:

-players are to arrive at the arena fifteen (15) minutes before their scheduled ice time (no earlier).
-players must arrive at the arena fully dressed in their hockey gear (knee pads/socks through to shoulder pads/jersey).
-while practicing social distancing, skates/helmet/gloves can be donned at the arena.
-dressing rooms will not be open for use by anyone.
-water fountains will not be open for use by anyone.
-players must bring their own personal water bottle clearly marked with their name.
-a TMHA representative (i.e.: coaching staff or TMHA representative) will usher ‘players only’ into the rink (there will be separate entry and exit points to the arena).
-parents are ask to remain outside the rink (as much as possible).
-players are being asked to vacate the arena (using the assigned exit point) not later than twenty (20) minutes after the ice session has ended.
-other restrictions will apply while players are on the ice and will be communicated to everyone at the rink.

On behalf of the TMHA we would like to thank you in advance for taking advantage of this exciting new initiative.

List below updated Aug 11,

The document Registration_List_-_Skills_Clinic_Aug_2020.pdf was attached to this post.

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NOHA Board 2nd Vice Ted Zajak (far left) and TMHA Board President Laurent Gilbert (far right) were on hand today to present Jeff Rimmer, coach, TMHA Minor Peewee team and Steve Vachon, coach, TMHA Major Peewee team with their 2019-2020 NOHA championship banners. Congrats to these two teams on a stellar season.

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Hello TMHA family,

In an effort to expand on the Hockey Development opportunities offered to our young athletes and in preparation for the upcoming hockey season, the Timmins Minor Hockey Association is pleased to announce that we will be offering Pre-Season Drills & Skills Sessions during the month of August. The Pre-Season Drills & Skills Sessions are being hosted by TMHA and will be staffed by qualified TMHA coaching staff.

Certain restrictions are being imposed by Hockey Canada, the Ontario Hockey Federation and the Northern Ontario Hockey Association due to the present COVID-19 pandemic; therefore, the Pre-Season Drills & Skills Sessions for the month of August are only being offered to those players that were registered/carded with TMHA during the 2019/20 hockey season (last season).

A maximum of twenty (20) skaters and two (2) goalies, in each of the following age categories, will be allowed on the ice during each Pre-Season Drills & Skills Session. Registration for the Pre-Season Drills & Skills Sessions will be on a first come, first served basis. The following age groups (player’s age for 2020/21 – this season) are eligible to register for the Pre-Season Drills & Skills Sessions:

U8/U9 (Formerly Novice)
U10 (Formerly Minor Atom)
U11 (Formerly Atom)
U12 (Formerly Minor Peewee)
U13 (Formerly Peewee)
U14 (Formerly Minor Bantam)
U15 (Formerly Bantam)

Players are guaranteed two (2) ice sessions during the weeks of August 10th and August 24th, 2020. The Pre-Season Drills & Skills Sessions have been scheduled from 6-7pm &/or 7-8pm at the Whitney Arena on the dates shown below:

Week of August 10th, 2020

Monday August 10th, 2020 (20 spots available)
Tuesday August 11th, 2020 (20 spots available)
Wednesday August 12th, 2020 (20 spots available)
Thursday August 13th, 2020 (20 spots available)

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Week of August 24th, 2020

Monday August 24th, 2020 (20 spots available)
Tuesday August 25th, 2020 (20 spots available)
Wednesday August 26th, 2020 (20 spots available)
Thursday August 27th, 2020 (20 spots available)

Registration for the Pre-Season Drills & Skills Sessions will open at 9am on Monday, August 3rd, 2020. Registrations will remain open until 5pm on Wednesday, August 5th, 2020.

Registration link can be found in the main menu above.

TMHA asks that all players/parents, that are interested in attending the Pre-Season Drills& Skills Sessions, to please register during the time period mentioned above. The fee for the Drills & Skills Sessions will be $20 per player, per session. There are 2 sessions per week totaling $40. ( $80 per player if they choose to attend all 4 sessions). The fee is payable by cash on the day of your session. Please bring the exact amount. No cheques please. Unfortunately, our online payment services is not yet ready.
Players/parents will be contacted with respect to their exact ice session times once the registration has closed and groupings have been formed.

Please be advised that at this time, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many new restrictions with regards to facility use, are being imposed by the Ontario Government and the City of Timmins. Please note the following:

-players are to arrive at the arena fifteen (15) minutes before their scheduled ice time (no earlier).
-players must arrive at the arena fully dressed in their hockey gear (knee pads/socks through to shoulder pads/jersey).
-while practicing social distancing, skates/helmet/gloves can be donned at the arena.
-dressing rooms will not be open for use by anyone.
-water fountains will not be open for use by anyone.
-players must bring their own personal water bottle clearly marked with their name.
-a TMHA representative (i.e.: coaching staff or TMHA representative) will usher ‘players only’ into the rink (there will be separate entry and exit points to the arena).
-parents are ask to remain outside the rink (as much as possible).
-players are being asked to vacate the arena (using the assigned exit point) not later than twenty (20) minutes after the ice session has ended.
-other restrictions will apply while players are on the ice and will be communicated to everyone at the rink.

On behalf of the TMHA we would like to thank you in advance for taking advantage of this exciting new initiative.

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August 17-21, 2020 Whitney Arena Five 1.5hr sessions Cost is $250/player (18 players +2 goalies per session max)

Interested players must E-mail hphockey@outlook.com or text (705) 288-4752 to register. Registration will only be complete upon receipt of payment and the signed insurance waiver.

Upon full completion, a formal reply will be provided informing you that your child has been accepted into the hockey camp.

Please include the following information in your registration E-mail or text:
First and Last Name of Player
Year born
Email of parent/guardian
Name of parent/guardian
Position (hockey)
Emergency contact #1, name and phone number
Emergency contact #2, name and phone number

Payment/Cost

As advertised the cost of the camp is $250.00 for the five x 1.5 hour sessions.

Registration must be secured via E-mail money transfer to be sent to hphockey@outlook.com. We recommend using the password hphockey so that it makes it easy for everyone including us. The beauty with E-mail money transfer is that it done from the comfort of your computer ahead of time and you get an immediate receipt/record of the payment. We are accepting transfers immediately.

Insurance / Waiver

Finally, please print, sign and return the waiver prior to our first session. Again, this form must be signed by a parent prior to the child stepping on the ice.

Upon receipt of your registration you will receive an email with full details of the camp including the insurance waiver form.

If you have any additional questions, please feel free to E-mail or to text. See you in a couple weeks!

The Staff and Coaches of
High Performance Hockey Camps
(705) 288-4752 (text) hphockey@outlook.com (email)