News and Announcements
The Mission A1 stars went a Perfect 5-0 to be crowned champions of the Tournament of Fallen Stars. Over the remembrance day weekend, Mission Minor Hockey hosted the tournament of Fallen stars to remember the Veterans on November 11th but also to remember the Players of Mission Minor hockey whom lives were cut short in a variety of tragedies but there legacy in Hockey and the community burns strong. Hockey is not just about winning, stink hockey gear and early morning practices. Hockey is about family, community, comradery and friendships and doing it in a structure where each player is celebrated for there strength and encouraged to develop in their areas of improvement.
The Mission Atom A1 Stars went a perfect 3-0 in round-robing play, demonstrating sportsmanship and teamwork as they found success. The team was acknowledged by their opponents for the professionalism add respect of the coaching staff and players. In the Playoff rounds the team defeated North Shore winter club 5-3 setting up a Gold medal game against Squamish Eagles. Prior to the start of the Gold medal game there was a ceremonial face off in which Mike Lago dropped the puck in Memory of his son Scotty Lago whom 4 years ago lost his life in a tragic car accident, leaving behind his girlfriend and 2 young children. Scotty will always be remembered as a good teammate whom made his teammates smile at the rink, through his humour he always made each and every player on his team feel good about themselves and want to be part of the culture in Hockey.
The Mission Atom A1 stars jumped out to a 4-0 lead and controlled the game despite a great effort by Squamish to make a comeback. In the end, The Mission Atom A1 stars won their first championship game of the season by the score of 6-3
Members of the Mission Atom A1 stars include:
Coaches: Kosie Galos, Stephen Wall, Rob Candy, Bryce Phenix and Lindsey Hickmott
Players: Tyson Osterberg (G), Aiden Gould (G), Clayton Candy (D), Rocklen Stordy (D), Braxton Bradley (D), Avery Boscariol (D), Atticus Wall (F), Clark Galos (F), James Raffan (F), Kyler Clark (F), Ashton Howe (F), Mason Cvitkovich, Noah Gasparik (F), Chase Lawless (F), Liam Mowat (F)
Attention all athletes!
Dryland training available with this drop in style youth camp.
3 groups for all ages running during the week with no commitment. Improve all around fitness to better your game. Gain speed and endurance while building strength with these proven programs.
Ages 8 to 10 Thursday 3:30 to 4:30pm
Ages 10 to 12 Monday Wednesday 4:45 to 5:45pm
Ages 13 to 17 Monday Wednesday Friday 3:15 to 4:30
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Attention new and returning officials,
Officiating clinics have now been posted on eHockey!
Be sure to sign-up to the appropriate clinic to your level as soon as possible, spots fill up quickly!
BC Hockey hosts Super Clinics all across the lower mainland. The closest location to attend such Super Clinic is in Abbotsford, hosted at the UFV Campus.
All RETURNING officials ranging in all levels must attend a Super Clinic.
You are to attend a first-time official clinic, hosted within an MHA.
Keep an eye on eHockey for posted Level 1 First Time Clinics posted; do NOT attend a returning official clinic.
Mission Minor Hockey will NOT be hosting a Level 1 HCOP Clinic this season! If you’re a first time official, you must attend a clinic outside of Mission. Any MHA’s clinic is acceptable.
If you’re over the age of 18, you must ensure that your criminal record check is valid and up to date.
If you have any questions regarding signing up for a clinic, your referee level, or anything at all, contact our Referee in Chief, Owen Harvey.
Attention future referees!
Hockey Canada & BC Hockey have published their Hockey University Online Modules Course on eHockey!
This certification is for all NEW Level 1 and 2 Officials. All NEW Officials are required to complete the Hockey University “Officiating 1/2” eLearning course in its entirety prior to registering for an HCOP face to face clinic.
It is estimated that the Hockey University course will take approximately three hours to complete. This course will cost $25.20 including tax – MMHA covers this cost if you’re registered for the next hockey season!
A link to access this clinic can be found here:
If you have any further questions regarding signing up for a referee clinic, please contact Owen, our Referee in Chief:
Mission Minor Hockey has put in some new website additions!
Within this new update, we have added in an Officiating tab; here you’ll find all the information you’ll need in order to become a referee, and how to re-certify yourself if you’re a returning official!
Coaches and Managers: we have created an Official Sign-In Sheet for you and your team to use at all Exhibition, League, Tournament and Playoff game. This will allow your team to keep track of payments towards officials easily.
For the next hockey season, MMHA Officiating will be bringing in a new development team that will be working hard with our newer officials on their progression; confidence, courage, commitment.
MMHA strives to heavily focus on the development of younger, brand new officials, along with the more experienced referees seeking additional knowledge and skills to become successful officials.
If you have any questions regarding officiating for the next hockey season, please feel free to bring in any questions you may have to our Referee in Chief, Owe Harvey: firstname.lastname@example.org