|Novembers 21-23, 2014||Wescana Inn PeeWee||The Pas, MB||3-1-0||Bronze Medal|
|December 5-7, 2014||PeeWee Tier 2||Melfort, SK||1-2-0||Lost C side final|
|January 16-18, 2015||Hamm/Latrace Arena Tournament||Saskatoon, SK||3-1-0||C side winner|
|January 23-25, 2015||Richardson Pioneer PeeWee Clash||Dauphin, MB||2-3-0||4th place|
|February 6-8, 2015||Eddies Cup||Flin Flon, MB||4-1-0||Bronze Medal|
|February 13-15, 2015||Pee Wee Stampeders Tournament||Swan River, MB||3-1-1||Silver Medal|
|March 6-8, 2015||Provincials||Miami, MB (Morden)||2-3-0||4th Place|
Officials are the third team on the ice, without whom the game would not happen as we know it to be. It is an official’s responsibility to ensure that the rules of hockey are enforced, and that the game is played fairly.
FFMHA's officiating Level I and Level II clinic will be held October 29, 2017. Each official must attend an officiating clinic each year in order to re-certify for the upcoming season.
Purpose – To prepare a young or new official to officiate minor hockey.
Hockey Manitoba pre-requisites for becoming a certified Level I official:
Purpose – To further enhance the training and skills of minor hockey officials. To provide further instruction, training and skills to officials advancing through the HCOP levels and looking to building on the foundation of Level I certification.
Hockey Manitoba pre-requisites for becoming a certified Level II official:
Checking Clinic - TDB
*Mandatory for Head Coaches Atom and up
Coach Development 1 - November 25 and 26, 2017
Coach 2 - TBD
HM Specialty Clinics - October 20-21, 2017 in Flin Flon
All classroom sessions are held at the Northern Manitoba Mining Academy. Ice sessions TBD. Coaches must sign up for their Hockey University http://www.hockeymanitoba.ca/coaches/hockey-university, complete a Criminal record check and Coach Respect in Sport http://www.hockeymanitoba.ca/coaches/respect-in-sport.
If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Game 5 - #16 Brycen Francoeur
Game 4 - #21 Caron Lefoux
Game 3 - #16 Brycen Francoeur
Game 2 - #21 Carson Ledoux
Game 1 - #8 Riley Schwartz
Eddie's Bombers take on the Swan River Stampeders for gold after placing 1st overall in the round robin.
Game 4 - Chayce Busby #10
Game 3 - Tristan Toffan #20
Game 2 - Zach Dorion #2
Game 1 - Brycen Francoeur #16
The Eddie's Bombers continue their winning streak as they hit the ice in La Ronge for a double header exhibition day at the Mel Heglund Arena.
La Ronge Ice Wolves scored early in the game taking the lead until Blake Alexander (#12) tied it up at 13:56 of the first. The Bombers would out shoot the Ice Wolves but the score would be 2-1 for the Ice Wolves at the end of the 1st period.
Alexander would go on to score a hat trick and 2 assists in the first game, Tristan Toffan (#20) would go one to score 2 goals and Eli Plamondon (#7) and Colten Tetoff (#26) would score one goal each and Evan Madarash (#4) scored the game winning goal for a final score of 8-3.
Tetoff would open game 2 with a goal, scoring in both the 1st and 2nd periods. Odin Church (#14) showed off his passing ability, scoring 1 goal and 3 assists. The third period saw a shorthanded goal by Alexander, his second goal of the game, as well as a goal by defenseman Riley Schwartz (#8). Zach Dorion (#2) also put the puck in the net for a final score of 7-0. Goal tenders Korey Benoit (#29) and Brayden Abbott (#48) shared the net and the shut out.