Concussion Seminar on December 10th at Scotiabank Place

Please see the attached poster for a Concussion seminar being held on December 10th at Scotiabank Place.
The seminar is open to all parents, trainers, coaches and hockey players over the age of 14.
The panel members are among the foremost experts in the field of Concussions.
Everyone is encouraged to attend.

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Tournament of Champions 2012

The hosts for the ODMHA Tournament of Champions for this season are now set.

Minor Midget and Major Midget is being hosted by North Leeds Minor Hockey.
on the weekend of April 6.

Brockville Minor Hockey Association will host the Bantam division from April 13 to 15th.

North Dundas will host the Atom and the PeeWee divisions. The dates for those divisions are March 30, 31 and April 1st.

All B Leagues please take note and remember that neither travel permits nor other Tournament sanctions will be issued for those dates as the top teams from each of the Leagues are expected to attend. There must also be no League or Playoff games scheduled for these dates within the 5 B Leagues

Minor Hockey Week Volunteer Anne Arnoldi receives her award.

ODMHA President Dodie Malcolm and Ottawa Senators CEO Cyril Leeder present Minor Hockey Week volunteer Anne Arnoldi with a plaque and her own Senator's Sweater at a recent Senators game as a thank you for being chosen as this year's volunteer. Anne has many years of serving Minor Hockey in various positions and continues to do so, presently in the capacities of District Four Registrar as well as President of Perth-Lanark Minor Hockey Association.

Congratulations Anne - well deserved indeed!

OEMHL “AA” Minor / Major Midget Showcase Day

OEMHL “AA” Minor / Major Midget Showcase Day
Come Be With US and Support Some of the Best Minor Hockey in Our Branch

When: October 23RD, 2011
Location: North Grenville Municipal Centre (Kemptville) Pad 1 & Pad 2
Entrance fee: None

Open the attachment to see the game schedule

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