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Jumpstart Day - 27 June 11-4pm

June is Jumpstart month! We are having our Jumpstart Day on Saturday June 27 from 11 to 4. There will be games, a  bake sale, dunk tank, fire truck, police car, Paramedic van, hot dogs etc.  etc, etc. All funds raised go back into the community to allow the less fortunate to have an opportunity to play sports of all type. Please consider sending this out to your hockey  teams and let them know about this good cause.
Pam Malcomson
Canadian Tire Store # 457
8181 Campeau Dr.
Kanata, ON K2T 1B7


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The Big Play

“The Big Play” program which assists those families who are financially disadvantaged.  The program is brought to families by the Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities and the Hockey Canada Foundation.  Anyone between the ages of 4-18, fit the financial criteria and are registered with a HEO/ODMHA minor hockey association are eligible for up to $500/child. 

Also it is important that associations are aware that the jumpstart program works with the MHA to reimburse the money directly to the association and not the parent.

We are asking that you please get the word out so those families can apply as it is on a first come first serve basis.

Attached is a sheet with information about the program, and FAQ sheet.

If there are any other questions regarding the program please contact Vanessa Valente at the HEO office and she will be able to answer or get the proper answer for you. or 613-224-7686 ext 205

RMMHA Communications



RMMHA 2015/2016 Coaching Applications

RMMHA 2015/2016 Coaching Applications
If you are thinking of coaching in the upcoming 2015/2016 RMMHA Season (any level including Hockey Development), please make note of the following dates:

Coach Applications
Deadline: June 30th (Please download/complete the attached application form and email it to and

Coach Interviews
To take place between July 2nd and August 15th (We will contact you for an interview time).

Summer Conditioning Ice 2015

Summer Conditioning Ice

The RMMHA will once again be hosting a summer conditioning ice program this August to get players ready for the 2015-2016 season. Next Generation Hockey will again be running the program.

- We will have a maximum of 25 skaters at each session.
- Cost for the 8 sessions is $170.
- To secure your spot please send a cheque made out to "RMMHA" by June 30th to:
        18 Mira Court
        Richmond ON
        K0A 2Z0
- Starting July 1st, registration will be opened up to other associations.

HD and Novice level players (2007 -  2011 birth years) will have the following ice times (all sessions are 50 minutes):
Monday, August 17, 6:15pm, GRC B
Tuesday, August 18, 6:15pm, GRC B
Wednesday, August 19, 5:00pm, GRC A
Friday, August 21, 6:00pm, GRC A
Monday, August 24, 6:00pm, GRC A
Tuesday, August 25, 5:00pm, GRC A
Wednesday, August 26, 6:00pm, GRC A
Friday, August 28, 6:00pm, GRC A

Atom and Peewee level players (2003 -  2006 birth years) will have the following ice times (all sessions are 50 minutes):
Monday, August 17, 7:15pm, GRC B
Tuesday, August 18, 7:15pm, GRC B
Wednesday, August 19, 6:00pm, GRC A
Thursday, August 20, 5:00pm, GRC A
Friday, August 21, 7:00pm, GRC A
Monday, August 24, 5:00pm, GRC A
Tuesday, August 25, 6:00pm, GRC A
Thursday, August 27, 5:00pm, GRC A

Bantam and Midget level players (1998 -  2002 birth years) will have the following ice times (all sessions are 50 minutes):
Monday, August 17, 8:15pm, GRC B
Tuesday, August 18, 8:15pm, GRC B
Wednesday, August 19, 7:15pm, GRC B
Thursday, August 20, 6:00pm, GRC A
Friday, August 21, 8:00pm, GRC A
Tuesday, August 25, 7:15pm, GRC B
Wednesday, August  26, 5:00pm, GRC A
Thursday, August 27, 6:00pm, GRC A

If you have any questions about the program please contact Shawn Boudreau (613-838-5336


To all, 

As you may know, we were unable to secure a position of Canteen Coordinator during the AGM nominations. We are now asking if anyone is able to put in a few hours here and there to help out with the canteen, we would appreciate the help. 

If you or someone you know would be interested, please email our RMMHA Secretary at soonest.  

The following descrption below have been taken from the RMMHA Constitution 2013/2014 , which is aslo located at


Director of Canteen 

Director of Canteen Operations Should monitor and supervise all activities associated with the canteen operation. It is the responsibility of the Director of the Canteen to fill the following positions. (a) Canteen scheduler-will post the available hours for the canteen and organize and arrange the volunteers to work these hours. (b) Person to collect and deposit all canteen revenues weekly. (c) Purchase agent who shall maintain required supplies for the canteen operation and who shall verify that the delivered quantities of supplies are correct. (d) Canteen cleaner who is responsible for cleaning the canteen prior to start up and weekly thereafter. 


RWC Coaches !!!

RWC - Now accepting Coach applications for the 2015 - 2016 hockey season
RWC is now accepting coaching applications for the upcoming 2015 - 2016 hockey season. 

Application Form link below.

Application dealine:  May 31st 2015

Annoucements: June 15th 2015

Please email applications to Tim Johnson

RMMHA Registration 2015-2016

Please note that new documentation for 2015-2016 regsitration has been added to the Regsitration section of the website.

2015 RMMHA Directors Reports

Ottawa Valley Silver Seven

To players in the Minor Novice birth year (2007):

Ottawa Valley Silver Seven will be hosting two (2) teams in the OEMHL A/AA League in the “Novice A” division for the 2015-2016 Hockey Season.

Tryouts will be hosted in August, stay tuned to our website for more information.


Hockey. It is our life.

Bauer First Shift Program

Gil Read Memorial Foundation


Helping less fortunate kids compete in sports across the City of Ottawa.

The foundation’s program is set up to promote, foster and increase access to amateur sport through the provisions of financial assistance and support to children ages 5 to 18 who might not otherwise be able to participate in amateur sport due to the associated costs.

The program assists financially disadvantaged families in getting their individual children, aged 5 to 18 involved in sports and recreational programs

A maximum of $500 would be provided for each child to assist with expenses. The maximum per child is required in order to assist as many children as possible.

Grants will be distributed to youth and children between the ages of 5 and 18, residing in Ottawa and the surrounding area. When distributing grants, preference will be given to individuals who;

o   Have a family income falling within Statistics Canada’s low-income cutoffs.

o   Are applying for an introductory or house league program.

Individuals may apply for grants more than once in a calendar year; however, grants issued will not exceed $500 in a calendar year. Special circumstances will be reviewed on a case by case basis.

Applications will be reviewed by an adjudication committee made of up at least 5 directors of Gil Read Memorial Foundation.

We have the opportunity to sponsor as many as 5 children in your organization. Please visit our website at for an application form.

If you would like to discuss this with us please feel free to contact me at 613-236-0664 ext. 223 or by email at

Thank you for your support.


Robert Read
Gil Read Memorial Foundation

HEO Forms - 2014 / 2015 Season

Becoming a Game Official


To become an Official in Richmond you need to first contact the Referee-in-Chief (RIC) to inquire the officiating needs for the upcoming season. The age that we start to look at accepting officials is 14 years old. The job as an official can be very demanding and a high level of maturity is needed. Newer and entry level officials will start off doing house league novice and atom games. The majority of these games are Saturday and Sunday mornings.
Officiating also requires a high level of commitment. There are many persons counting on you show up, know your rules and act professionally. These include your partner(s), coaching staff, parents, and most importantly the kids.
With acceptance by the RIC, you will now need to get certified by Hockey Canada. Locally it is done through HEO, Hockey Eastern Ontario.
With new officials, certification is a two-step process which the official is required to complete:

  • An online training program through Hockey University
  • Completion of an in-person certification clinic, including obtaining a passing grade on the national certification exam
When you are ready to sign up for your in-person clinic please take the following points into consideration:
  • New Officials must complete the Hockey University program before they can register for an in-person clinic. New Officials must start their certification at Level I or Level II. A new official who is over the age of 16 may go directly to Level II at their discretion. It is worth noting that your level of certification will not play a factor in the amount or level of assignments you receive.
  • New officials must register for an in-person clinic marked for ‘*Official - New Youth Referee Clinics’. The information provided at this clinic is specific to officials who are new. In subsequent years, an official may register for a normal re-certification clinic.
For more information regarding the different levels within the Hockey Canada Officiating Program (HCOP) please visit the Certifications page. For further information about the clinic schedule and registration process please visit the clinic schedule page.

Once you have completed the entire certification process, you should inform your local RIC and he will be able to provide you with instructions on how to get your first set of assignments.

The Referee-in-Chief for Richmond is Evan Moorhouse. Contact email

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