KDMHA News

Summer 4 on 4 Hockey

April 22, 2016

Scott Jeffery will be running a limited 4 on 4 summer hockey program for major PeeWee B and Bantam aged players. The program has limited space and is most likely to run from May 1st to the end of July on Wednesday evenings at 5:00 pm. This program is not run by KDMHA. Those interested in participating can send email to Scott Jeffery



Mandatory "Respect in Sport-Parent Program" 2015–2016 Hockey Season

April 22, 2016

Hockey Canada and its Branches have embarked on an undertaking to enhance the safety and enjoyment of the game of hockey for its participants by introducing an on-line Respect in Sport Parent Program. The Parent Program empowers parents to ensure their child’s safety, encourages positive and effective communication, and creates a standard of respectful behavior for all parents of active participants. This program reinforces a parent’s role by encouraging positive sport behaviors and providing insight into the other roles that others play, such as coaches and on-ice officials.



2015–16 Coaching Requirements for District 1 and KDMHA

April 22, 2016

As there have been many questions regarding coaching requirements, this chart is an easy reference when determining what you require to Coach in KDMHA.

All persons on the ice with IP teams require:

  1. Respect in Sport (On-line)
  2. HU-ONLINE Coach 1/2 (On-line)
  3. Coach 1 course (1 Day)

All coaches (Head Coach & Assistants) for Novice to Midget (House Level) require:

  1. Respect in Sport (On-line)
  2. HU_ONLINE Coach ½ (On-line)
  3. Coach 2 course (1 Day)

All Coaches (Head Coach & Assistants) for Rep B boys & Competitive girls require:

  1. Respect in Sport (On-line)
  2. Make Ethical Decisions (On-line)
  3. Development 1 (2 Days)

The Courses listed above are the REQUIRED courses for the level of hockey being coached. Having attended and completing a different course does not preclude anyone from having to have the REQUIRED course. The courses are set up to teach the coach the required information to coach athletes at the different levels of their growth and development. None of these courses are higher levels of certification; they are simply different areas of knowledge.

Example 1:
A coach already has Development 1 certification but is going to coach an Atom B house team this season. That Coach MUST take the HU–Comm. Coach Stream on-line and the Coach 2 – Coach Level Course in class.



Jersey and Goalie Equipment Return Day

March 31, 2015

Jersey and goalie equipment return day will take place Saturday April 11, 2015 at our storage facility at Ferguson Forestry.

To ensure every return is processed as quickly as possible please ensure the following takes place prior to arriving at the storage facility:

  1. A Jersey assignment list is brought with the jersey if it has not already been submitted. (Jerseys will not be accepted with out an assignment list)
  2. All names bars and sponsors bars have been removed from the jerseys without causing damage to the jerseys.
  3. All jerseys have been washed and air dried prior. Do not dry in the dryer.
  4. Each Jersey is retuned on a hanger do not put multiple jerseys on one hanger
  5. Each set of Home and Away Jerseys should be returned in their respective jersey bags in numerical order 1-20.

Drop off times-please drop off jerseys and Goalie Equipment during your assigned drop off time.

  • IP and Novice Panthers and Storm 10:30am-11:30 am
  • Atom and Peewee Panthers and Storm 11:30am-12:30 pm
  • Bantam and Midget Panthers and Storm 1:00pm-2:00 pm

Goalie Gear must be retuned to the storage locker, please do not pass it along to another player that might be interested in using it. All equipment must be accounted for.

Please also bring with you the pucks and pylons you were given at the beginning of the year.

Please contact the equipment convenor to confirm drop off April 11, 2015.



KDMHA Esso Fun Day Sessions are Back

March 10, 2015

Storm Esso Fun Day

The focus of the program is to introduce players to the basics of hockey, to make new friends, and to try the game without having to make a commitment to sign up for a season.

Sessions are free for all girls interest in trying hockey for the first time. There are five on-ice sessions and 1 off-ice session at the North Grenville Municipal Centre

Esso Sessions Dates

  • Friday, May 22nd at 7:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday, June 3rd at 6:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday, June 10th at 6:00 p.m.
  • Monday, June 15th at 5:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday, June 24th at 6:00 p.m.
  • Dryland Training DATE TBD

To register or for more information please contact Vanessa Grue at stormregistrar@kemptvillehockey.com



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