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AGM Documentation Posted

With the upcoming AGM meeting on April 24th, 2014, the documentation can be found HERE.

As a reminder: Nominations are no longer taken from the floor unless a position is vacant. 

Roylas Peewee B win 9-3 against Orleans Devils !


The Richmond Peewee B team played the Orleans Devils winning 9-3 at the Canadian Tire Centre on 10 Apr 2014.

Richmond Royals Peewee B -Playoff CHAMPIONS!


Richmond Royals Peewee B - Playoff CHAMPIONS!

Royals Minor Midget B - 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

The 3rd Annual Tyler Kerr Memorial Golf Tournament


The 3rd Annual Tyler Kerr Memorial Golf Tournament will be on Saturday, June 14.  We are asking if possible that every RMMHA team put together a foursome to enter the golf tournament.

Please see information on the Tyler Kerr Memorial Bursary, CLICK HERE.

There will be a total of 120 tickets sold (30 teams), these tickets will go fast!!  Please come out and support the RMMHA as well as the Kerr family!  More details to follow soon...

2014 Bench Staff Survey

Completed surveys can be placed in the Head Coach box in the canteen or sent to Roger Chapman at

Play On! - More Details to Follow.

Hockey Night in Canada's Play On! is Canada's most amazing street hockey tournament and outdoor hockey festival, and this summer, it is coming to a city near you!

Each event involves closing over 1km of street, and involves the operation of 20 to 50 separate "street rinks" with games running on each rink at all times throughout an entire weekend!

Hockey Night in Canada's Play On! tournaments feature hundreds of teams and thousands of participants and include separate divisions for both genders, all skill levels, and all ages.

Each player in the event receives a commemorative Hockey Night in Canada's Play On! t-shirt and an assortment of neat items from national and local sponsors.

So call your friends, put your team together and prepare yourself - because Hockey Night in Canada's Play On! will be one of the most memorable events of your summer!!

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