Logan Salamondra (Flin Flon, MB) is this week's FFMHA Player of the Week. Logan plays on the AtoMc Yellow team in the Atom Division along with the Flin Flon Northland Ford Bombers. The 9 year old goaltender loves making saves and protecting the net. His favorite team is the Toronto Maple Leafs and his favorite players are LA Kings goalie Jonathan Quick, and his billet Simon Hofley of the Flin Flon Bombers.
The final FFMHA Game of the Week takes place in the Atom Division on the very last day of the Atom House League schedule before the league takes their Christmas Break, when Team Yellow takes on Team Blue, tonight at 7:00 pm at the Whitney Forum. Team Yellow, lead by FFMHA's Player of the Week in goal, Logan Salamondra, and the league's second leading point getter Jacob Kuzmiak, sits four points behind the first place Blue team. Blue, lead by the league's top point getter Evan Reid, lost the last meeting between these two teams, 5-3 on December 1st.
Flin Flon Minor Hockey Association is instituting Codes of Conducts for all members of FFMHA, players, parents, team officials and board of directors involved in Association activities and events.
The Codes of Conducts are standards that FFMHA has outlined the behaviour with which we wish all members act during such events.
FFMHA is committed to providing an environment in which all individuals are treated with respect.
We request that all members of FFMHA read and sign the document and have it returned by registration.
Visit the Constitution and Pollicies page for all of the Code of Conducts.
In conjunction with Hockey Canada and Hockey Manitoba rules, all cell phone use in dressing rooms is prohibited. This means that cell phones, cameras and any other recording devices are not to be used unless used as a music device. In this case, it must be visible and plugged in on a dock or on a speaker.
If needed to attend to a call, please do so outside the dressing room.
Failure to comply will result in a hearing with the FFMHA Discipline Committee.
For more information please refer to Hockey Manitoba’s Social Media Policy located on the side.
FFMHA has made some changes this season and one of them is introducing new programs and the offering of free equipment for new hockey players this season. FFMHA is fortunate enough to have a hard working board that has applied and received grants and funds from outside of registration fees to pay for these programs. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the following...
Royal Bank Cup Fund - 100% of the equipment purchased for 5/6 year olds
Canadian Tire - Hockey Equipment
Flin Flon Neighbourhood Revitalization Corporation - On Ice training aids and equipment
RBC Learn To Skate Grant - Power Skating Program