News and Announcements
Dr. Abe Avender is a sports-focused Chiropractor with many years of experience managing brain trauma injuries including concussions. Dr. Avender will present on the importance of Base Line testing, along with the overall treatment and management of concussions. Those who attend will be presented with a coupon for a discounted Base Line testing session at Dr. Avender’s clinic. His practice is called Island Optimal Health & Performance and is located in Nanaimo.
We encourage all parents, players, and coaches to attend this free important workshop. Our players only have one brain, it’s important to know the signs of brain injury and how to manage them safely.
Any questions can be directed to the new OMHA Risk Manager, at email@example.com
Oceanside Minor Hockey is looking for volunteers to help with organizing home tournaments for the upcoming hockey season! All tournaments must have a main contact person from each division to be the main organizer of that division’s tournament. If you are interested in being that person for your player’s division, could you please submit your name and division to firstname.lastname@example.org by August 31 for rep and September 30 for recreational tournaments. For additional details, please see the attached information sheet.
Via Vancouver Island Amateur Hockey Association (VIAHA): The option for out of draw zone players to attend a T1 MHA tryout is continuing for the 2019 – 2020 season. Players who are interested in attending should complete this form and submit it to their listed applicable T1 Host MHA as soon as possible. The deadline to submit is August 1st. It will be up to the T1 Host to decide if they will give you a little flexibility to this date – so please contact them directly if needed.
(NOTE: The T1 Host for OMHA is Nanaimo.)
Oceanside Minor Hockey is pleased to announce the following coaches for the upcoming season:
Atom Development – Dave Liffiton
Peewee Rep – Troy Newans
Bantam Rep – Joe Snyder
Midget Rep – Paul Green
Attention ALL Peewee, Bantam and Midget Female Players
In preparation for the 2019-2020 hockey season, BC Hockey has created a Female Central Registry for players interested in playing female hockey at the Pee Wee, Bantam and Midget divisions.
In accordance with BC Hockey’s Female Model, the Female Central Registry will be utilized to allow more females to play female hockey.
All females interested in participating in female hockey (including potential exhibition or tournament teams) are encouraged to register. There is no cost to register via the Female Central Registry. All participants are encouraged to register with their home Minor Hockey Association (MHA) first.
MHAs will continue to organize and host female teams. The Female Central Registry will allow BC Hockey’s Female Zone Leads to aid MHAs in finding players from outside their draw zone interested in participating in female hockey.
For the purpose of the registry, each MHA has been assigned to a Female Zone. Each player is to register under the zone of their home MHA. OMHA is listed under Vancouver Island Central.
The deadline to register through the Female Central Registry will be August 25, 2019.
Information and Registration is available through the BC Hockey Website. You can follow the following link below.
Please contact OMHA’s female Coordinator for any additional questions @ email@example.com