Hockey Canada and its Members want to ensure that we have a safe space for raising concerns.
To help with that, Hockey Canada has established a new, fully independent, and confidential reporting mechanism for all individuals regarding any incidents involving Hockey Canada sanctioned programming. This reporting mechanism is known as the Independent Third Party led by Brian Ward and Erin Durant.
The role of the independent third party is to:
- receive all hockey related maltreatment, sexual violence, harassment, abuse or discrimination complaints against someone affiliated with Hockey Canada
- analyze complaints in light of Hockey Canada and Member policies and determine how they are to be managed and the proper jurisdiction;
- where applicable, ensure matters are properly reported to law enforcement or child protection services;
- retain investigators and dispute resolution panels who are also independent of Hockey Canada;
- work with Canada’s Office of the Sport Integrity Commissioner and the Member associations to ensure no gaps in complaint coverage and that all complaints are handled in accordance with applicable policies and that decisions are documented in writing.
REP team apparel is now ready to order.
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Certification for the Respect in Sport for Parents program must be obtained by at least one parent or legal guardian of any minor hockey player on a Hockey Manitoba roster by November 1st.
Should certification not be obtained by November 1st, the minor hockey player will be ineligible to participate in any Hockey Manitoba sanctioned activity until one parent or legal guardian is certified.
Now Accepting Coach applications for the U9 Northland Ford Bombers
Due Date is Nov 2nd, 2022.
See application below
New officials need to do "Hockey University" before they can sign up for a clinic. Once complete they need to register online for a course there is a Flin Flon option.
Costs will be reimbursed to new officials once certified.
Click the link to hockey Manitoba site for clinic registration. Clinics (hockeymanitoba.ca)
Below is a screen shot of the page to access HU.
Referee Clinic Level 1 & 2
October 15, 2022 1pm-4pm
You must be 12 as of Dec 31, 2022
For more details contact Matt Morrison Referee in Chief
Without Officials there is NO GAME!
U13 Rep team
Remember to pre register for Skill development
U9 to U15
The Registration "Home of Flin Flon Minor Hockey" is not currently available.
Congratulations to the players that have made the U15 2022/2023 Combined Rep Team:
First practice Thursday October 6th 8:00pm @ The Pas
**Parent meeting @ 6:45pm in the Lobby**
Make every effort to attend!
Minor Hockey Season Starts September 6, 2022
Early Bird Registration till September 13th, 2022, after this date there will be an additional $100 charge.
All NEW parents will be required to create an account.
August application deadline (August 15th). This information has already been circulated to families who have received funding from KidSport in 2022. Please note that this funding is not available for seasons that have already ended. The changes have been reflected on both our paper and online applications, which can be found at https://kidsportcanada.ca/manitoba/provincial-fund/.
Please update this info wherever you may have it listed. Should you have any questions regarding this change, please contact us at email@example.com or (204) 925-5911.
Have a safe and enjoyable season of sport!
Please email Mike Reagan (firstname.lastname@example.org) if interested in attending the Hockey School. Dryland and classroom sessions for the Junior and Intermediate programs will return this year.
Looking for Timekeepers
Must turn 12 prior to Dec 31, 2022.
If you are interested in timekeeping, please email email@example.com.
Please email your interest by September 6, 2022
August 29, 2022
U7 - Lil' Prospects Cup - Jan 14th 2023
U9 - Mel Pearson Tournament - Dec 2nd - 4th 2022
U11 - Jason Morran Tournament - Jan 6th - 8th 2023
U13 - No Tournament for 2022-2023
U15 - No Tournament for 2022-2023
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.
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