SouthEnd Minor Hockey hosted 67's Day at the Jim Durrell Arena on Saturday November 4th.
Pictured above with 67's community representative, Riley Racoon and members of the 67's Cheer Team are SEMHA President Fabio Onesi and HEO Minor President Denis Dumais.
Canada’s National Men’s Team continues to evaluate national talent in lead-up to PyeongChang
CALGARY, Alta. – The management and coaching staff of Canada’s National Men’s Team – led by general manager Sean Burke (Windsor, Ont./Montreal, NHL) and head coach Willie Desjardins (Climax, Sask.) – continue to cast a wide net in their evaluation of Canadian talent in the lead-up to the 2018 Olympic Winter Games.
Following two week-long competitions in Russia last August, the management and coaching staff embark on the next phase of their evaluation of Olympic hopefuls in November as part of Canada’s National Men’s Team’s participation at the Karjala Cup Nov. 8-12 in Helsinki, Finland, and Biel, Switzerland. Hockey Canada has unveiled a 26-player roster for the event, which will see the red-and-white face off against Switzerland, Sweden, and Finland.
Attached are the new Hockey Canada Concussion documents as well as an HEO bulletin with active links to the Hockey Canada concussion site.
The HEO Minor Executive wishes to express our profound sympathy to the families of the two Renfrew Timberwolves players,Brandon Thomas Hanniman and Alex Paquette, who were killed in the car accident on Friday morning. We wish the other two players a speedy and complete recovery.
Hockey Canada has announced the three Canadian rosters – Team Canada Black, Team Canada Red and Team Canada White – competing at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge, Nov. 5-11 in Dawson Creek and Fort St. John, B.C.
Special congratulation to the two players from our Branch, Goaltender Luke Cavallin from Greely and Forward Graeme Clarke from Ottawa