Submitted By Mitch Lortie on Thursday, September 22, 2016 (166 views)
GMHA is excited to be offering The Canadian Tire First Shift, designed to help
kids 6-10 years old who have never played hockey fall in love with hockey
before you buy all the gear. Our six-week learn to play program focuses
on having fun while learning basic skills. Registration is only $199, and
includes head to toe Bauer equipment.
AA - PeeWee:
Submitted By Danny Descary on Wednesday, September 21, 2016 (120 views)
Guelph Jr. Gryphons Peewee AA team, participated in the Orangeville Fall
Classic this past weekend taking the Silver medal. With wins against
Newmarket Redmen, LaSalle Sabres and Caledon Hawks, along with a tie against
the host Orangeville Flyers, the Jr. Gryphons finished first in the division
with a 3-0-1 record and an automatic berth to the Finals. The Jr.
Gryphons came out strong in their rematch against Orangeville, but fell a
bit short in the final game. It was a
great weekend and the boys worked extremely hard in completing
a very successful first tournament together. Well done boys!
A - Minor Bantam:
Submitted By Alison Armstrong on Sunday, September 18, 2016 (350 views)
The Guelph Gryphs Minor Bantam As overcame an initial loss and injury to work as a team, bringing the speed, grit and determination required to capture the 2016 Early Bird Tournament! Read More
Submitted By Mitch Lortie on Wednesday, September 14, 2016 (467 views)
With the official puck drop just around the corner, I would
like to welcome all our new and returning families to the 2016 - 2017
season. A great deal of hard work has been put in throughout the summer
to provide a fun and rewarding season for all. Our Rep teams have been
hard at work for a few weeks now; while many of our House League
divisions will begin this weekend. For all teams, please be sure to
check your schedule often as times and rink locations may change. Read More
AA - Minor Bantam:
Submitted By Andy Weiler on Monday, September 12, 2016 (340 views)
With a couple practices under their belts. Our group, consisting of a lot of new players and coaches, headed down to Niagara not knowing quite what to expect. Fortunately, they managed to get the job done. Thanks to all the families, for making this a fun and successful weekend!
Submitted By Mitch Lortie on Saturday, August 20, 2016 (662 views)
the thousands of volunteers that give their time
every seaso, there would be no hockey in Canada. Without
the volunteer support, the association will not be able to run divisions for
each age level.
At this time GMHA needs House League convenors to help run the divisions listed below, all interested people are asked to email April Keating our VP of House League at [email protected]
Submitted By Daryl Holmes on Tuesday, March 29, 2016 (1199 views)
There are many Head coaches looking for non-parent assistant coaches. If you are interested in coaching this season, email [email protected]
and comment on what level and age you would be interested in helping with.