Submitted By Gordon Whitehead on Tuesday, October 11, 2016 (71 views)On November 18th; ALLIANCE Hockey encourages all fans to show off their hockey pride by wearing their hockey jerseys to work, school, the rink, etc. Fans are also asked to post photos of themselves in their jerseys to ALLIANCE Hockey’s Facebook page, as well as tweet photos to @ALLIANCE Hockey. Be sure to use #ALLIANCEJERSEYDAY on all social media posts related to ALLIANCE Hockey Weekend.
ALLIANCE Hockey swag and prizes will be awarded to participants we see promoting the initiative throughout social media. We will direct message people who post photos to award prizes.
Submitted By Gordon Whitehead on Tuesday, October 4, 2016 (118 views)WMHA is now holding our second WEBSITE BANNER CONTEST for 2017. Our first winner, Norman Yu, designed the banner now seen on our webpage and has been displayed for the last two years; where he also won free registration for one player for his art work. The winning banner will be displayed on the site for the next two years and the winning designer will win the 2017-2018 hockey season with free registration for one player. Please refer to the link below for contest rules and banner requirements. The winning banner will be unveiled at our House League Championship weekend in March.
Be sure to submit your design and have your art displayed on our website.
WMHA Banner Art Contest Rules 2017
Submitted By Gordon Whitehead on Thursday, September 22, 2016 (260 views)NOTE for the 2016-2017 WMHA Peewee House League Division;
This season WMHA is
faced with a shortfall between expected and actual registrations for the PeeWee
House League division, please find the link below for a note regarding the decisions recently made by the WMHA Board of Directors. If there are any questions please contact the Peewee House League Director or the WMHA Office.
2016-17 PeeWee House League Program Letter
Submitted By Gordon Whitehead on Wednesday, August 17, 2016 (232 views)The Woodstock Minor Hockey Association will take the time and energy required in 2016-2017 to research and plan for the future of minor hockey experiences in Woodstock, Ontario. Minor hockey programming is experiencing challenges in Woodstock and in similar sized communities across Ontario and Canada. WMHA is looking for volunteers to join our Strategic Planning Steering Committee. If you are interested in joining our committee please refer to the link below for further information and requirements.
Minor Hockey 10 Year Planning Announcement
Submitted By Gordon Whitehead on Monday, June 6, 2016 (2420 views)The Alliance REQUIRES that a parent or guardian
from each household MUST complete the online Respect In Sport Parent Program. This
applies to all players up to the Major Peewee age.
When registering for the online course your certification will be linked to
your child(ren)'s Hockey Canada profile(s). Please see below a link to further information
and course registration. This is a mandatory requirement from Alliance Hockey.
Respect in Sport Parent Program - Web