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Intructions on getting a release to try out in another association

by Andre Leduc, 2021-09-21T06:37:25.000-07:00September 21 2021, at 06:37 AM PDT

Should your child not be successful in securing a spot on an NCHA team and you’d like a release please do the following.
Send a completed “Permission to skate” form along with the cut letter (from the coach or manager) to
NCHA President

Permisssion_to_skate_form__Release_.pdf was attached to this post.

Past Announcements

2021/2022 Player/Coach/Bench Staff Registration

2021-09-17 04:50 PDT by Andre Leduc (0 Comments)

To all Players / Coaches / Bench Staff this registration is mandatory so that they can be placed on a roster.
Click the link below to register: Please ... [more]

NHCA coaching selection for AA and A

2021-09-11 08:02 PDT by NCHA (0 Comments)

NCHA is pleased to make the following Coaching announcements
U 11 A – Don Campeau
U 12-13 A – Yves Gervais & Steve Anstsey U 12 AA... [more]

NOHA COVID-19 Vaccination Policy

2021-09-08 08:02 PDT by Andre Leduc (0 Comments)

The NOHA Board of Directors has approved a motion that will require proof of COVID-19 immunization for all eligible Participants (12 years of age and above and unless exempted), including Players, Team Officials, On-Ice Officials, Staff and Volunteers, in or... [more]

Tryout Schedule 2021

2021-08-25 09:12 PDT by Andre Leduc (2 Comments)

Please consult the website calendar for the up to date tryout schedule.
- All Tryouts are at Cambrian Arena
- Look... [more]

Discussion Board


No recent activity Release for AAA players
Q-If my child isn’t offered a spot on NCHA’S AAA team will NCHA automatically grant releases? A-Should your child not secure a spot on a NCHA AAA team, a release will be granted upon request. Note: For the release document look under the Media > Document section of this web site.
Last Post: September 07, 2021 at 06:19am pdt Started By: Andre Leduc


No recent activity Remembering NOHA All-Century Team Member Tony Esposito
The NOHA is saddened to learn the news of the passing of NOHA All-Century Team member Tony Esposito. Goaltender Tony Esposito was born Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario where he built his skills playing minor hockey. Tony played one season for the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey Association before attending Michigan Tech University where he had an outstanding three-year career with the Huskies.​ Esposito signed his first NHL contract during the 1968-1969 season where he appeared in thirteen games and captured a Stanley Cup with the Montreal Canadiens. After his time in Montreal, Esposito found himself tending goal in the Madhouse on Madison for the Chicago Blackhawks. In his first season with the Blackhawks, he set a modern-day NHL record with fifteen shutouts and brought home an accolade of awards including the Calder Memorial Trophy as the league’s top rookie, the Vezina Memorial trophy as the league’s top goalie, and first team all-star honours. In 1972, Esposito was presented with the opportunity to play for Canada in the famed Summit Series against the Russians. Tony posted a 2-1-1 record in the series and was the goaltender of record for Canada’s first win.​ Esposito went on to capture two more Vezina Memorial trophies in his career: one in 1972 and the other in 1974. The Hockey Hall of Fame came knocking for Tony in 1988, only three years after he retired from professional hockey. Esposito was named to the NHL’s 100 Greatest Players list in 2017 as part of the NHL’s centennial celebration. We send our thoughts and prayers to Tony's family during this time. He will always be remembered.
Last Post: August 11, 2021 at 09:04am pdt Started By: Andre Leduc


No recent activity Sticky: Tryouts- FAQ
Q- Do you need a release to attend tryouts. A- If a player hasn't registered with NCHA in the past you will need a release from your home Association. Q- How many teams will be formed at each level and will they be iced Geographically or Centrally? A- The number of teams will be based on the number of players who attend the tryouts. This will also play a factor as to whether teams will be formed Centrally or Geographically.
Last Post: August 09, 2021 at 11:09am pdt Started By: Andre Leduc


No recent activity Delta Bingo and Gaming
Great news!! As per our provincial government we will be entering Stage 3 starting July 16th which means Delta Bingo and Gaming can safely open with continued safety protocols. Delta Val Caron will have the Vegas Style machines and POD games ready for our customers. In the meantime we ask that you continue to share on social media the reopening of Delta Bingo & Gaming! Here are some links: 1) Facebook- We are opening: 2) Delta Bingo and Gaming website: 3) Drive In Bingo for Val Caron (July 24th):
Last Post: July 13, 2021 at 05:24am pdt Started By: Andre Leduc


NOHA OFFICIATING INFORMATION SESSIONS FOR NEW OFFICIALS Posted by NCHA at Jun 27, 2021 7:32AM PDT The NOHA will be hosting four information sessions for new NOHA Officials. If you, or someone you know is interested in officiating this season, register at the links below to attend and get your officiating career started. Session #2 – Monday, July 19th – 7pm – Register Session #3 – Thursday, August 19th – 7pm – Register Session #4 – Wednesday, September 15th – 7pm – Register
Last Post: July 06, 2021 at 09:36am pdt Started By: Andre Leduc