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LMHA U7&U9 Little Bolts Winter Skills

Registration now live!!!

LMHA U7&U9 Little Bolts Winter Skills

This new program is 10hrs of on ice skill inspired drills through the season from November to March

Focus will be on skating with and without the puck, passing, shooting, agility, and battles.
Cost - $175
Space is limited to 28 skaters & 4 Goalies
Registration is open on the following Team Snap link:

https://go.teamsnap.com/forms/292318

Registration will be open to all LMHA U7 and U9 players.
Jeff LeBlanc will lead the sessions with the help of surprise guest instructors scattered through the sessions.

All session will start at 4:00pm at the Kay Arena.
1) Thursday, Nov 4th
2) Thursday, Nov 18th
3) Thursday, Dec 2nd
4) Thursday, Dec 16th
5) Thursday, Jan 13th
6) Thursday, Jan. 27th
7) Tuesday, Feb. 8th
8)Thursday, Feb. 10th
9) Thursday, Feb 24th
10)Tuesday, March 8th

2021-2022 Registration

Great news! Lewisville Minor Hockey Registration for the 2021-22 season will open on July 15th.

All registration including payments will be done online via the Team Snap platform. We are also looking for volunteers for the upcoming season. If you’re interested in helping, fill in the volunteer registration form on the same page.

PLEASE NOTE – THERE WILL BE NO IN-PERSON REGISTRATION THIS YEAR.

REGISTRATION FEE BEFORE SEPTEMBER 9th, 2021

U7 $525.00

U9 to U18 $565.00

LATE REGISTRATION FEE AFTER SEPTEMBER 9th, 2021

U7 $575.00

U9 to U18 $615.00

Registration after September 9th will require to be paid in full.

For players wanting to try out for the LMHA Competitive Teams U11, U13, U15, or U18, a $100.00 fee will be added to the registration fee.

***Proof of residency is required****

Accepted methods of payment - Credit card for online payments or cheque payable to LMHA.

For cheque payments, after registering online, please communicate with Jean-Charles Gray, Treasurer at jeancharlesgray@gmail.com. Please note that cheque payments must be received before September 9th to not incur a late fee.

Flexible payment options are available for online payments. Minimum deposit is required for all registrations (200$ plus tryout fee if applicable).

For those requiring financial assistance for registration fees, please apply before registration closes.

For financial assistance programs, please follow links below for Kidsport, Jumpstart, YMCA and Hockey Canada Assist Fund:

http://www.kidsportcanada.ca/new-brunswick/apply-for-assistance/
https://jumpstart.canadiantire.ca/pages/individual-child-grants
https://moncton.ymca.ca/join-the-y/myrap/
Hockey Canada Assist Fund

Enjoy the rest of your summer and we’ll see you in the fall.

Regards,

Jeff Leblanc
Vice President
Lewisville Minor Hockey Association

LMHA is looking for a Goalie Development Coordinator

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL :

GOALIE DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR

The Lewisville Minor Hockey Association (LMHA) invites all interested vendors to
submit a statement of qualifications and fixed price structure for the services of
Goalie Development Coordinator to the Lewisville Minor Hockey Association (LMHA)
for the 2021/22 hockey season.

It is LMHA’s mandate to follow the Hockey Canada model for mentoring and
instructing young goaltenders.

Proposals are to be submitted by Wednesday Sept 22nd at 5pm by email to
admin@lewisvillelightning.ca

Download our Goalie Development Coordinator RFP requirements here

NHLPA, NHL, Bauer Hockey & Hockey Canada launch Hockey Equipment Relief Program to Help Families Most Impacted by COVID-19

The National Hockey League (NHL®), the National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA), Bauer Hockey and Hockey Canada today launched a Hockey Equipment Relief Program. As communities begin to re-open and kids look to re-engage in sports, this program will help families financially impacted by COVID-19 get their kids back on the ice. 
“We’re proud to partner with the NHL, the NHLPA and Hockey Canada to help our game as regions begin to re-open. The Hockey Equipment Relief Program is inspired by the realities that many hockey families are struggling financially. We know research shows that sports are critical for a child’s physical and mental health, and as a result we want to help struggling families get back on the ice without having to consider equipment costs.”
MARY-KAY MESSIERVP OF GLOBAL MARKETINGBAUER HOCKEY
The NHL, NHLPA, Bauer Hockey and Hockey Canada combined resources to launch the Hockey Equipment Relief Program with an equipment donation initiative. This includes $2 million of hockey gear, with upwards of 7,000 sets to be distributed to families and communities most in need in the seven Canadian NHL cities (Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal) and other regions across Canada. In the distribution of this equipment, particular attention will be provided to support minority communities. 

“Children across the country are eager to hit the ice, but given our current environment, families will face many challenges to provide resources for their kids to continue to participate in the game they love,” said Rob Knesaurek, NHL Group Vice President of Youth Hockey and Industry Growth Fund. “We are extremely proud that the Hockey Equipment Relief Program will not only help offset some of these costs but will also continue to prioritize making our game more inclusive and diverse for everyone.”

“As children look forward to returning to the ice with their friends, at the same time, many families are faced with the economic realities of COVID-19,” said Rob Zepp, NHLPA Manager, Special Projects. “It’s with great pride that alongside our First Shift partners, we’ve created a Hockey Equipment Relief Program to offset some of these costs and allow hockey participants to continue to experience their passion for the sport during such uncertain times.” 

“As Hockey Canada and its 13 Members continue to work towards a safe return to hockey, it is important for us to recognize the difficulty faced by many Canadian families during these uncertain times,” said Scott Smith, president and chief operating officer of Hockey Canada. “We are proud to partner with the NHL, NHLPA and Bauer Hockey on the Hockey Equipment Relief Program, and to assist with equipment distribution through our Members and local hockey associations from coast to coast to coast. We know this great initiative will allow a number of children and their families across the country to make an affordable return to hockey as soon as it is deemed safe.” 

The equipment donation program will be administered through the seven Canadian NHL Clubs, Hockey Canada and provincial governing bodies to determine distribution plans. An update on this equipment donation opportunity will be provided in August. 

NHL and the NHL Shield are registered trademarks of the National Hockey League.  All Rights Reserved. 

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