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Officials Course

Registration is now open for Hockey Manitoba's online officiating clinics.

If you are interested in officiating this year, make sure you click on the link below to learn more about the new officials clinic being offered for the 2021 - 2022 season.

Minor Hockey Registration is now OPEN!!

Minor Hockey Season Starts September 7, 2021

Early Bird Registration till September 13, after this date there will be an additional $100 charge.

All parents will be required to create a new account: 

Please watch see this link:

https://spordle.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/HCR/pages/2077687853/Creating+Your+Account+Coaches+Parents

Registration Link:

https://page.hockeycanada.ca/page/hc/hm/regional-hockey/norman/flin-flon-minor-hockey/participant/1ebebda9-2bfc-696c-9b66-06d07a919fd4

Timekeepers Needed!!

Looking for Timekeepers 

Must turn 12 prior to Dec 31, 2021.

If you are interested in timekeeping, please email timekeeperffmh@gmail.com.

Please email your interest by September 6, 2021

NHL First Shift

REGISTER NOW!!!

https://www.firstshift.ca/locations/mb/

Are you interested in trying hockey for the first time and are between the ages of 6-10, join our first shift program!!!

Vacant Board Positions

Flin Flon Minor Hockey Board positions are vacant and we need you!

Player Development Sessions

Hello Players and Parents, 

We are very excited to continue to offer online sessions for players to continue to work on specific areas of their game.

 

This next week’s sessions are aimed at keeping players progressing through a combination of shooting, cardio, and stickhandling sessions.  The dryland session focused on Strength for Skating will be run by AJ Zeglen of Focus Fitness and will help players push their cardio through an intense off ice training session.  The skill based sessions will be lead by our JHD coaching staff to ensure players are getting repetition as well as instruction from the multiple coaches on the call (one leading and other coaches sending private instruction through the chat feature). 

 

Session 1 (June 8 - 5:00-6:00 pm) – SHOOTING SESSION – WORKING ON WRIST AND SNAP SHOTS

This session will give players areas to focus on while shooting pucks at home.  Building on concepts we have done through stickhandling from puck placement, quick hands, and loading the puck, now players will work on the release of their shot.  Players will need a place to shoot, and we recommend that players have 20-25 pucks to get the repetition needed.  We will recommend to the players that the distance they shoot from will be roughly the distance from the hashmark to the net.

*This is a physical session where players will be able to work on their shot.

  1. Link to register -  Shooting Session - Working on Wrist and Snap Shots

 

Session 2 (JUNE 2 - 5:00-6:00 pm) – DRYLAND TRAINING SESSION – CARDIO FOR CONDITIONING

Hockey is a game of repetitive high intensity intervals. In order to play at a high level over the course of a complete game it is important that both energy systems, aerobic and anaerobic are developed.  This can be done off ice by performing conditioning drills and exercises with high intensity for varied intervals with progressions being made to work and rest times.  

*This is an off-ice workout aimed at helping players focus on their off-ice conditioning.

  1. Link to register - Dryland Training Session - Cardio for Conditioning

 

Session 3 (JUNE 3 - 5:00-6:00 pm) – STICKHANDLING SESSION – HOMEWORK FOR YOUR HANDS

This session will work through patterns and drills that can help players continually improve their stickhandling and build confidence with the puck.  As players get the hang of the pattern, they can then focus on adding speed to the movement. This session will give players an extensive list of drills to focus on while they are practicing on their own without the help of a coach.

*This is a physical stickhandling session and players will need a space to stickhandle with gloves and stick and a ball.

  1. Link to register - Stickhandling Session - Homework For Your Hands

 

An email will be sent out each day of the call with a separate ZOOM link for each day.  The link will also be emailed out 30 min prior to each call as a second email.

Scholarship opportunities for all our graduating Players and Officials

 

https://www.hockeymanitoba.ca/members/scholarships/

Sport Life Introduction - Long Term Development In Sport and Activity

To Sport for Life champions, Sport for Life aims to develop physical literacy and improve the quality of sport by creating, sharing, and mobilizing knowledge. This acts as a catalyst for governments, institutions, and organizations to improve programs and services. In the spirit of continuous improvement, Sport for Life is proud to release the revised Long-Term Development in Sport and Physical Activity e-learning course to support the new resource. From now until July 31, 2019, Sport for Life is offering this course at 50% off (normally $24.95 + tax). Use coupon code 004F78 for the English version or 9DB694 for the French version. Our aim is to make it accessible to as many leaders and organizations as possible to deliver quality sport and physical activity in your region. Also, if you had previously purchased the old version of this course, you now have automatic free access to this new version through your Sport for Life campus account. To take the refreshed LTD course, click here: https://sportforlife-sportpourlavie.ca/catalog.php By the end of the course, you will: · Be familiar with the Long-Term Development in Sport and Physical Activity Framework and the primary objectives of each stage of development. · Recognize the characteristics of quality sport and physical activity programs that support the development of physical literacy, strive for excellence, and empower people to be active for life. · Know how to find additional resources to analyze gaps in current programs. This course is presented in four sections. When you have completed the entire course and passed each learning assessment, you will be able to download/print a Certificate of Completion and obtain NCCP professional development points (worth 1 credit).

Flin Flon Minor Hockey Spirit Wear Orders

Flin Flin Minor Hockey Spirit Wear Orders

Get your orders in by Christmas!

All orders need to be placed by November 30 in order to receive your order by December 21, 2020.

You can order online:

https://www.pedsthreads.com/collections/flin-flon-minor-hockey

FFMHA

PO Box 862
Flin Flon, MB
R8A 1N6
communicationsffmh@gmail.com

Next Board Meeting

September 13, 2021
7:00 pm
Victoria Inn


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2021 - 2022 FFMHA Tournament Dates

Novice Tournament: Mel Pearson

Dec 3-5, 2021

Hockey Manitoba Social Media Policy

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FFMHA Code of Conduct

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.

Cell Phone Use

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.

Thank You

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...

Northern Neighbours Foundation and the Moffat Family - Water Stations and both the Whitney Forum and the Sportex

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

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