Parents and caregivers…
Check out the links below to see how they can support the growth and development of your child. Apply for an assist.
The new Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund is making one million dollars in subsidies available to assist with registration fees for Canadian youth.
100% of the funds donated to your local Jumpstart chapter stay in your community, giving kids aged 4-18 equal access to sports and physical activity.
Together with our network of 18 local chapters, KidSport Ontario provides grants to help cover the costs of enrolment so that all kids aged 18 and under in Ontario can play a season of sport.
Hockey is back!
Starting Monday October 19, teams took to the ice.
The U7 program was the 1st team to touch the ice. Following all rules, the smiles on their faces has been so worth the effort. Thank you to the coaches and manager for your efforts in keeping this a safe environment for all children.
Refer to our Practice Schedule for the U7, U9, U11, & U13 program practice times. The U15 & U18 practice times are slotted but there are NO Teams for these programs.
The Town of Mattawa COVID protocols will be in place. Please ensure your registered player is paid before their first practice.
Call for more participants:
We currently have space for the following:
- U7 (Hockey for Beginners) – 7 participants (expanding to 15)
- U9 – 3 participants
- U11 – 1 participant
- U13 – Team is full
- U15 – Possibly January
- U18 – Possibly January
Should there be significant interest, we could add additional teams. This is to due to max participants per team being 9 players plus 1 goalie. Special approval can be sought if teams land on 11 total but at this moment, these are the available spaces. If you are not registered and intended on registering, please do so at your earliest convenience.
Welcome back Mattawa Rockets!
We sure missed you…
GO Rockets GO!
After lengthy discussion, consultation, and coordination, the Mattawa Minor Hockey Association has decided to Return to Hockey for the 2020-2021 Season. Understanding the worldly circumstances we have in front of us and continue to face, this hockey season will be different. But rest assured, we feel that different doesn’t mean less.
Parents and players will be able to safely return to hockey based on recommendations and a framework set forward by Hockey Canada, the Ontario Hockey Federation, the Northern Ontario Hockey Association, and our local health unit. This decision has not been easy to make and we will continue to monitor our environment to ensure everyone’s safety.
At this point in time, we cannot share every single detail with you, but what we can share will be added to a COVID-19 resources section on our website. Parents, coaches and Board Members will be required to complete an online “Safety Return to Hockey module”. MMHA will ensure our local rink is prepared for the arrival of our players and family members. MMHA will also ensure we are aware of the expectations of the rinks we will attend.
Please keep an eye on our website for developments regarding our 2020-2021 season, the resources available to everyone, and how we will proceed with a Safe Return to Hockey.
Registration fees will remain the same as 2019-2020 and the season will be broken into 2 sessions. October-January & January-March. Everyone will be required to pay their first session fees before stepping on the ice. With COVID-19 determining our path forward, we will have parents pay for their 2nd session when the time comes.
This year, all parents will be able to complete their registration on-line at the link below. Payments SHOULD be made via Interac e-transfer to [email protected] with the password mmhahockey or can be accepted at our in-person registration Sept 21 & 22 – 6pm-8pm at Mike Rodden Arena and cash or cheque can be accepted.
If you have any questions or concerns, please visit the pages of this website for additional information or contact
Mattawa Minor Hockey President
Thank you all in advance for your patience as we bring back hockey in 2020-2021.
Mattawa Minor Hockey Association