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Free Youth Hockey Helmet from Chevrolet

In the last three seasons, Chevrolet handed out over 35,000 free hockey helmets to parents of 5-year-olds in Canada. This season all players born in 2009, who register to play hockey with Hockey Canada, are eligible to receive a free Bauer Hockey helmet.

Get started by registering your player for a free Bauer Youth Hockey Helmet from Chevrolet.

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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. http://www.odha.com/
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 evan@moorhousehome.ca

2014-2015 RWC Crusaders Tryouts

 

RWC - Now Accepting Tryout Registrations 2014/2015 Season

RWC is now accepting tryout registration online via our Online Tryout Registration menu which can access it by clicking here.

For more information, please contact Tim Johnson, Director of Competitive at 613-838-3525 or ttjohn@rogers.com

 


Summer Ice Conditioning Schedule - Updated 4 Aug 2014


RMMHA SUMMER CONDITIONING ICE 2014

 

Novice: $180 (8 sessions)
Atom: $180 (8 sessions)
PeeWee: $180 (8 sessions)
Bantam: $160 (7 sessions)
*See attachment below for scheduling of each level.
 
We will take a maximum of 25 players per level.
Registration will be opened up to other associations on June 16, 2014.
To register contact Shawn Boudreau at: stboudreau@rogers.com

Canteen Registration 2014-2015

 

To sign up for Canteen registration or to view the schedule, CLICK HERE


Richmond Royals Peewee B -Playoff CHAMPIONS!

 

Richmond Royals Peewee B - Playoff CHAMPIONS!


Royals Minor Midget B - LCMHL Play Off Champions

 

RICHMOND ROYALS MINOR MIDGET B TEAM

LCMHL PLAY OFF CHAMPIONS

 

Rising up from second last place, the Richmond Royals Minor Midget team won the league playoff banner. They played Stittsville 1 in the final playoff round. Congratulations to the team and coaching staff for a job well done.


Novice B "Blueline division" Champs

 

Novice B " Blueline division" Champs--Richmond Black B2 Bombers
Front row (L-R) Tyler Osborne, Daniel Grant, Connor McKellar, Jaden Veige, Ian Goddard, Kinsley Best, Emilea Kavanagh, Cameron Robillard
Back row (L-R: Standing)  Tristan Easton, Coach Gary Kavanagh, Coach Gabriel Godard, Joe Leveque, Coach Eric Leveque, Will Godard
 
Well what can I say about the little team that could. There were only 11 of them and they were a pleasure to coach. Tyler learned to use his shot throughout the year, Daniel  handled the puck well this year, improved his deke and learned to pass, Connor discovered that he is a fabulous defencemen, Jaden learned that he is a great goalie, Ian has an infectious attitude, is a fast skater and can put the puck where Mom keeps the peanut butter, Kinsley is a pit bull disguised as a girl who loves hockey, Emilea carries the team with her positive attitude on the bench, Cameron is passionate about hockey and it shows in his defensive skills, Joe is the poke check king standing/protecting the blue line, Tristan is a quiet defencemen who always played his position well and Will scored some key goals in the playoffs, stood in front of the net and absorbed some cross checks and slashes to help his team win. Gary and Eric were great on the bench, constantly teaching the game and cheering on their players. That's what it takes to win a championship.
 
They all played their hearts out for the team stick (a painted white hockey stick) that everyone signed at the beginning of the year as a promise to be a team player and a good sportsman. The winner of the team stick was announced in the dressing room after each game. They made coaching an adventure that I would gladly do again.
 
Coach Gabe

A Proud Coach !

 

Over the weekend of March 22 the Pee Wee C Royals entered the Roger's house tournament, a 16 team tourney with an A and B side. Royals went into their first game and fell behind 1-0, but never gave up and won the game 3-1.  Royals knew if they won they would have to face Carleton Place next who they have not defeated this year, but my team took on the challenge and with a full team effort we defeated them 3-1.  It was like winning the Stanley cup to the team and coaches.  We now had momentum and went up against Nepean.   And defeated them 6-3 with Jaxon Kantor getting the hat trick and again the team play was amazing.  Richmond was heading to the finals against another Nepean team.  This game became a goaltenders battle going scoreless for 2 periods.  Finally in the 3rd the Royals were on the board but could not hold it as Nepean tied it up late in the period we were going to overtime.  It went to 4 on 4 where it was end to end action but remained tied after the first overtime period and we off to 3 on 3 double overtime. Royals were tiring having a much smaller bench than Nepean but they kept the pressure on with numerous chances to end it but what usually happens when the puck doesn't go in for you Nepean caught a break and on a controversial goal the game was over. The team played awesome and it was great ending to the season even being runner up . Gracie Kinkade was named tournaments outstanding player. Congratulations Royals you make me a proud coach.

Daryl Kinkade


Peewee B Division Champs ! Way to go!!


Congrats ! Pee Wee A

Pee Wee A wins the Wishbone Tournament in Rochester New York Nov 29th Weekend

Great job team!


Congrats to Peewee B - Bradford 2014 Champs!


Bradford Champs 2014 - Congrats Richmond Royals - Peewee B


2014 Bench Staff Survey

Completed surveys can be placed in the Head Coach box in the canteen or sent to Roger Chapman at roger.chapman@ottawa.ca



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