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Nickel City is proud to announce our A/AA coaches for the 2022-2023 season.
U9 Shawn Sirman
U9 Jeff Mussen
U11A Tim McBride
U10AA Elliott Richardson
U11AA Jamie Bouchard
U13 A Steve Anstey
U12 AA Scott Bentley
U13AA Kevin O’Shaughnessy
U15 A Wade Maksymchuk
U14AA Corey Lafleche
U15AA Jason Reitze
U16AA Darryl Smith
U18 AA Shawn Barette

The Board of Directors had some very difficult decisions to make . We were very lucky to receive many applications from qualified and dedicated coaches. We thank all applicants for their time and dedication to Nickel City Hockey.

Nickel City Board of Directors

VE Renegades…. Helping Kids Play Sports Since 1981

Format- 4 Person Scramble

Cost-$500.00/Team

The document Teddyshack_-_Renegades_Golf_Tournament.pdf was attached to this post.

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AA and A coaching applicants

Posted by NCHA at Jun 2, 2022 5:20AM PDT ( 0 Comments )

All AA and A coaching applicants will be contacted by June 3rd the latest to set up interviews for early the week of June 6th. The successful applicants will then be announced shortly after our AGM scheduled for June 12th. Thank you for your patience.

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Congratulations to the AAA Coaches.

Posted by Andre Leduc at May 25, 2022 5:49AM PDT ( 0 Comments )

2022-2023 NCHA/SMHA
AAA COACHING ANNOUNCEMENT

Nickel City Hockey Association and Sudbury Minor Hockey Association
are pleased to announce the following coaches:

U12 AAA – Joey Talbot

U13 AAA – Corey Crane

U14 AAA – Andrew Dale

U15 AAA – Dale Lafrance

U16 AAA – Jordan Cheechoo

U18 AAA – Brian Dickinson

The document NCHASMHA_-_Coach_selection.pdf was attached to this post.

Aigles girls complete an undefeated run at Franco Hockey

Randy Pascal
2022-05-23

Capping off their 2021-2022 season in style, the Horizon Aigles girls hockey team walked off with the “A” banner at the 2022 Tournoi Franco-Ontarien in Kingston last weekend.

After cruising through play on day one with victories over the Champlain Requins (7-0) and Cité des Jeunes Cosmos (Kapuskasing – 7-1), the locals were pushed only slightly more in their one and only contest on day two (La Citadelle Patriotes – Cornwall – 5-1).

Moving on to semi-final play, Horizon vanquished Champlain for a second time (3-0) and then mirrored that victory in the final against Père René de Galinée Knights from Cambridge (3-0), as goaltender Kianna Trottier made it back to back shutouts.

Leading the way offensively for the Aigles were the trio of Kianna D’Attilio (7G – 8 pts), Danika Lalonde (6G – 10) and Alexie Olivier (5G – 10). Olivier has committed to the Guelph Gryphons of the OUA for the 2022-2023 while Lalonde will join up with the SUNY Canton Roos (NCAA Div III) in upstate New York.

Rounding out the Horizon roster are Pascale Tremblay, Courtney Smith, Maya Flores, Tessa Ranger, Meghan Paquette, Olivia Pitre, Gabrielle Gallagher, Mackenzie Selk, Mackenzie Cameron, Mika Gravelle and coaches Gus Lescault, Kristine Miron and Chris Hein.

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