News and Announcements
Parents of DMHA registrants,
It doesn’t seem like it, but the hockey season is only a couple months away. More information regarding
3 on 3 conditioning and our team evaluations will be released in the future as we finalize preparations for the upcoming season.
Dmha held early registration for this season, and it went over very well. Our numbers are strong for the upcoming season. We are looking to ice girls teams in the Novice and Atom divisions and have 2 teams in each boys age group.
In saying this, all of the divisions have room for more players, none are closed. * Peewee* is where DMHA could use some extra support, in particular, 4-5 skaters and a goalie.
Dmha has reached out to some other hockey associations in the area, and are getting limited information from them.
Anyone that knows of players looking for a place to play, please reach out to those players to have them contact Dmha at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank-you in advance, as we head into another great year of hockey.
Please see the attached document.
The COH committee would also like to ask our members to forward the attached Thank You to anyone whom you solicited a silent auction item from, or contributed to our event in any way.
The document COH_Thank-you_poster.pdf was attached to this post.
Jack Norris played pro hockey from 1963-76. He started his career with the Boston Bruins in 1963 when the NHL only had 6 teams and there was only 1 goalie per team and when goaltenders did NOT wear masks. The next year he was at the time part of the biggest trade in NHL history. A trade so big it is still called “The TRADE”. Phil Esposite, Ken Hodge and Fred Stanfield to Boston for Pit Martin, Gilles Marotte and Jack Norris. The reason this trade is so famous is the Boston Bruins became a force after the trade and went on to win a few cups and become a powerhouse in the NHL.
He won the calder cup (AHL championship) with the Dallas Blackhawks – Chicago’s AHL team.
He was the first goaltender for the Edmonton Oilers as the entered there first year in the WHA.
He is infamously known for taking a slapshot from Bobby Hull right in the head, with no mask, and live to tell it. This is one of the main reason’s why he and Bobby are still friends today.
He played in the NHL for Boston, Montreal, Chicago, L.A. Kings and in the WHA for the Edmonton Oilers and Phoenix Roadrunners.
To hear some great NHL stories as told by Jack himself, check out the following podcasts @ http://nccag.ca/the-jack-norris-podcast-jack-unmasked-episode-6-the-1968-chicago-riots/ and http://nccag.ca/the-jack-norris-podcast-jack-unmasked-episode-7-bobby-hulls-slapshot-and-the-london-fog/.
Don’t forget Jack will be our guest speaker at the Celebration of Hockey being held April 21st.
Please find under the Media tab in the documents area the Delisle Minor Hockey TeamPages FAQ.
The document Teampages FAQ was attached to this post.
Please reference the Delisle Centennial Arena scheduling website below to check for ice scheduling at this time. Please note: shinny times, public skating etc are all listed and updated through this website throughout the season. Once teams, coaches & managers are determined the teams individual schedules will be posted on to your team pages.