News and Announcements
Congratulations PWR on winning the fall brawl tournament
From September 2018 through March 2019 atoMc Teams are eligible to enter and win team parties!
All members of SMHA’s atoMc Team are invited to click here and enter to win:
Good Luck both this season, on and off of the ice!
SMHA is currently in search of Sponsors for a variety of programs for the 2018-19 season, and beyond.
If this interests you, please refer to the documents linked below.
If you have questions, please email SMHA VP Justin Martins email@example.com
SMHA Sponsorship Letter: http://www.summerlandminorhockey.org/clubs/4199/documents/191676
SMHA Sponsorship Details: http://www.summerlandminorhockey.org/clubs/4199/documents/191677
On behalf of SMHA – players, parents, and executive – we thank you for any considerations you may have!
Attention team personnel who must enter scores from their respected games:
Please see the following PowerPoint presentation for information as to how you are to enter scores online.
The PowerPoint can be found at http://www.summerlandminorhockey.org/clubs/4199/documents/176322 or by looking under the ‘Helpful Documents’ tab on out Documents page.
Ever wonder how your player’s development plan gets developed? Hockey Canada has provided a framework for hockey associations to follow.
Hockey Canada has developed the Long Term Player Development Programming Framework:
“This model for hockey has been developed based on the following principles:
• doing the right thing for the player at the right stage in their development
• adopting a player-centered approach and not treating the development of all players the same way
• the broader the foundation of players the more successful the game of hockey will be in Canada
• viewing player development as a long term process
• aligning player development resources (skills manuals, DVDs) with coach development and education resources so that coaches are doing the right things at the right time
• a need to better educate parents on the hockey development of their child – it is okay for parents to want their kids to get to the highest levels but they need to know the best way to go about it"
If you’d like more information pertaining to this plan, please check under the Documents tab on the menu bar, or go to https://az184419.vo.msecnd.net/hockey-canada/Hockey-Programs/Coaching/Downloads/long_term_player_development_framework_sept_2013.pdf