Hockey Schools and Training (Belleville Minor Hockey Association)

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Checking Skills Clinic
Brighton Arena
March 11, 2020 6-7 pm
$25 per person
Instructor: Kris Newbury

This course covers player positioning, checking safety, checking skills
drills, roles and responsibilities.
An emphasis is placed on the basic checking skills, and the
importance of having players develop confidence, respect and an
awareness of the checking process.
To secure your spot, please send full payment via email money
transfer to: [email protected]
Password: hockey123
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Belleville and Quinte Area Ball Hockey League

The objective of the B.Q.M.B.H.L. is to foster the growth of the sport and we are committed to;

Provide a fun, safe recreational activity for all forms of competition
Creating and implementing leadership opportunities for officials, coaches
volunteers and administrates
Establishing standards of play and for quality of equipment to ensure good sport and safety for all participants
To maintain, distribute and uphold the rules and regulations of ball hockey in Belleville.

Location : House league games will be played at the Quinte Sports Centre

Season : From the last part of April until to the end of June. -

Divisions : IP,Squirt, Tyke, Novice, Atom. Peewee, Bantam

Ages : Boys and girls, 3 to 18 years old

Time : Weekday Evenings (once per week)

Cost : $140.00 per player. Early bird sign up in January and February

Rules : Non-contact, Similar to ice hockey



C.S.A .helmet with cage, "normal" hockey Stick, athletic support, hockey gloves, shin guards (soccer style, must be covered by socks) and running shoes are mandatory, some goalie equipment supplied and team shirts are provided.


Referee's Information
All O.B.H.A. referees must attend a certification clinic and pass a written exam in order to officiate within the O.B.H.A. These clinics are offered in March and April every year prior to the start of the season. Certification is valid for one year, and referees are required to register annually. Upon successful completion of a clinic, referees receive a Rule-book, Manual, Crest and Card. They will also receive copies of the O.B.H.A Newsletter and Official's Update called "Technically Speaking".


Coach's Corner
Please consider offering your talents and enthusiasm to coach one of our teams. If you are willing to give some of your time to provide a valuable service to our children by coaching, please let us know on the Registration Form.

Provincial Championships
Held in July, member leagues send their best "All Star" team(s) to compete for the title of Provincial Champion for their division/tier. These events are hosted by leagues at various sites across the Province.

Insurance Coverage
Included with Membership with the O.B.H.A., is limited medical and dental insurance coverage for injuries that may occur while playing the sport.

Ontario Elite Hockey League 2020 season

Novice Atom 8am to 10, 10am to 12 and 12 to 2pm

PW Bantam 2pm to 4, 4 to 6 and 6 to 8pm

For more details and the registration form please click here Ontario Elite Hockey Leaque

Individual player fee is $350, full teams teams is $5250

The goal of the Ontario Elite Hockey League is to offer the players the best competition
Full ice games - 2 refs
Hockey play "body contact" permitted
All familiar hockey rules will apply
2020 season, 14 games, April 4th-May 17th 2020
Games played at Frankford Arena Saturdays and Sundays
2 hour time slots
Novice-Atom mix games start at 8am, 10am and noon
PW-Bantam mix games start 2pm, 4 and 6pm
Individual registrations and full teams accepted
$350 per player
Team minimum 13 players and 2 goalies $5250
Reversible jerseys and socks provided
Individual players can click here to register
Full teams please click here to register
Once the etransfer to [email protected] password "neverg1veup" is accepted
you or the team will be added.
please click here to pay online using a Visa.
For insurance reasons all players must be registered before stepping on the ice (No
exceptions please).
Any team or player that ignores this rule will be removed from the leaque without
Thanks OEHL


Summer Camps

Keep an eye out for our week long camp in July and August for Atom & Peewee age groups with Nicole Coons, Owen Polan, Jordan Courchesane and guests.

Day will consist of skate training, drills & development, dryland training, footsal, nutrition, and swimming.

The day will be from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Cost $500.

Inside Edge Hockey

Mike McKeown and John Boultbee are running a Pre Tryout Conditioning Camp from Apr 6 - 10 at the Napanee Arena . Ice is from 6 - 8 pm each night . Cost is $ 220 + HST for the 10 hours of on ice instruction . First hour of ice will be a cardio skate , while second hour will be "Small Ice 3 on 3 ". Group # 1 will be players entering Minor , Major Pee wee , while Group # 2 will be players entering Min , Maj Bantam and Min Midget . Each group will be limited to "18" skaters.

Any interested participants can contact us on FB at Inside Edge Hockey School . If looking to register , can e transfer funds to [email protected] Please include name and level of play participant will be trying out for in the notes section .

We will also be hosting 2 weeks of Hockey School during the Month of August . Camps will be held the first two weeks of August .

Hockey Skills and Multi-Sports Day Camp

The ESC Marie-Rivier in Kingston, proud Hockey Canada Skills Academy partner, will be hosting a summer hockey skills and multi-sports camp in August!
Where: École secondaire catholique Marie-Rivier
When: August 17-21 & 24-28
What: Hockey Skills and Multi-Sports Day Camp
Who: Students Grades 3-8
Why: Qualified Hockey Canada Coaches and Experienced Camp Staff for All Levels
Cost: $250/Week

To all BMHA members,
Hockey is winding down with some teams in playoff action, but it isn't too early to start thinking about how you can improve your hockey skills in the off season?  Quinte Bayhawks Lacrosse is a not-for-profit offering youth aged 3-15, the opportunity to play lacrosse. Try something new this spring/summer and give lacrosse a try and see for yourself.  The season runs April - June, registration is now open, please visit our website: for all the details (costs, days of play, equipment, etc.).

Hockey players benefit from lacrosse by developing (to name a few):

  • Stick handling creativity
  • Ability to read the play offensively
  • Strong defensive tactics
  • Strength and endurance
  • Increased hand-eye coordination 

From Gretzky to Tavares, Shanahan to Stamkos, Canadian-born NHLers recommend playing lacrosse in the summer to improve hockey skills.

“It’s lacrosse that helped teach me to spin off checks, take shots and protect the puck under pressure. My stick skills, the way to read the play quickly comes from lacrosse. The hand-eye coordination, is just one of the little things that helps you in hockey.”
—John Tavares, two-time World Junior Hockey Champion

“I couldn’t wait for hockey season to end so I could pick up a lacrosse stick again.”
—Wayne Gretzky

Quinte Bayhawks Lacrosse

Facebook: @quintelacrosse

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