This is a reminder that all Travel Permits are now issued directly from HNO and NOT from Judy Bain. To request a travel permit please browse to http://www.hockeyhno.com/default.aspx?p=travel, and follow the instructions on the form. YOU MUST REQUEST AT LEAST 14 DAYS PRIOR TO TRAVEL.
Club Hockey Canada
Date: December 5, 2012 Author: Carla Cranston
Hockey Canada Launches Club Hockey Canada
As the 2012-13 hockey season gets off the ground Hockey Canada and Hockey Northwestern Ontario want to wish you a fantastic hockey season and provide you some information on a great new program.
Below you will find a brief summary of how Hockey Canada would like you to be involved.
What is Club Hockey Canada?
Club Hockey Canada is a program developed by Hockey Canada - with the support of our partner branches - to provide added value to registered hockey players, their parents, coaches and officials. Our ultimate goal is to make the game more accessible to all Canadians by providing program members with exclusive money saving benefits and an online store where members can make everyday purchases and a portion of every dollar spent can be banked and used to help lower the cost of hockey.
Hockey is Canada’s game and it is important to all of us. We want this program to be a big part of our players and their families’ lives. We want to inspire and reward those who share our love for the game and have invested in the sport. Hockey Canada has made significant investments in this program and we need your support to reinforce Club Hockey Canada and to make this program a huge success.
Club Hockey Canada Support from Associations
Association Executives, Managers and Coaches are uniquely positioned with direct access to players and parents and for that reason we would like you to assist us in spreading the message and communicating the benefits of Club Hockey Canada. We are going to be mailing a welcome kit and membership card to approximately 1.4 million players and parents, coaches and officials through the early October to the end of November, beginning on October 12, 2012. The main message and call-to-action for those who receive a package is to activate their cards online at www.clubhockeycanada.ca – plain and simple. Card activation is necessary to take advantage of all of the program’s benefits.
Naturally, players and parents will have questions and you can direct them to www.clubhockeycanada.ca to get answers. We have also established a Club Hockey Canada Member Support Centre that can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
At launch please assist in spreading the message to coaches, players and parents that they should expect their membership cards around the end of November and to make sure to go online to www.clubhockeycanada.ca to activate them.
Hockey Northwestern Ontario | www.hockeyhno.com
216 Red River Road, Suite 100 | Thunder Bay, ON | P7B 1A6
T: (807) 623-1542 ex.2
F: (807) 623-0037
There has been significant interest in an additional registration for Midget 3 on 3. If there is enough interest, and depending on interest and availability of Goalies and coaches, we could create another team. Date for Registration is December 10th from 6:30 to 7:30 PM in the Multi Purpose Room. Cost is $200. If you are interested in coaching a team please contact Mike Dietsch at mike.Dietsch@weyerhaeuser.com
3rd and Final Trainers Course
Date: November 6, 2012 Author: Carla Cranston
Judy Bain will be offering a FINAL Trainers course for this hockey season on November 20th at 645 in the Rotary Room at the Rec Center. Please contact Judy Bain directly at JBain@lwdh.on.ca. Thanks
Trainers Course October 23/2012
Date: October 11, 2012 Author: Carla Cranston
The location of the 2nd Trainers Course (October 30th now at 6:45) has been moved to the Rotary room due to the number of attendees. Please contact Judy Bain directly at email@example.com to register.
See Important Information Regarding Registering a Team
Date: October 2, 2012 Author: Carla Cranston
Attached is important information regarding requirements to register a team with Hockey Canada. All teams must be registered with Hockey Canada in order to qualify for travel permits, and be allowed to play organized games.