Waterloo Ravens Girls Minor Hockey Association

Hockey Canada, as a result of COVID-19 and in support of player and participant safety, has cancelled all Hockey Canada sanctioned activities until further notice, effective Friday, March 13, 2020. This means that ALL Ravens practices, games, try-outs, dry-land and team activities are cancelled until further notice. Tournaments, playoffs, play downs, Championship Weekend, Provincials and the Waterloo Cup are also cancelled.
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  • Submitted By Ryan Terpstra on Monday, March 30, 2020 (52 views)
    The Waterloo Ravens are now accepting applications for the following:
    - House League Head Coaches (U11 to U21)
    - Development Stream (DS) Head Coaches (U11 to U18)
    - Novice Program staff applications; Coaches, Assistant Coaches, Trainers and On-ice Assistants

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  • Submitted By WGMHA on Wednesday, March 18, 2020 (65 views)
    Please extend a warm Ravens welcome to  Jenn Crawford our new Ice Scheduler!

    Jenn holds a BA in Business Administration and Marketing from State University New York. She held a Hockey Scholarship while pursuing her studies. In addition to working with the Ravens, Jenn is a Customer Service and Event Coordinator at Hockey Tech.  

    Jenn can be reached at [email protected] 
  • Submitted By Sandra Hanmer on Thursday, March 12, 2020 (290 views)
    Dear Ravens Players, Coaches, and Families,

    Hockey Canada and OWHA issued bulletins tonight indicating that effective mid-night tonight all sanctioned hockey activities are CANCELLED until further notice. 

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  • Submitted By LMC on Monday, March 9, 2020 (521 views)
    Please be advised that the League Management Committee (LMC) of the WGMHA has been working towards revisions of some policies that are contained within the Manual of Operations for WGMHA. The Manual of Operations is being updated now, and we expect final policy wording to be posted by the end of March. In the meantime we want to communicate the changes that the WGMHA Board has approved to date:

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  • Submitted By Chris Holdsworth on Monday, March 2, 2020 (194 views)
    The current situation regarding the Coronavirus serves as a reminder that the health and safety of all participants in sport is a priority, and prevention in the hockey environment should be considered by those around the game.

    Please click on the following link to review the recommendations from Hockey Canada:

    www.gthlcanada.com/article/recommendations-from-hockey-canada-regarding-the-coronavirus
  • Submitted By Chris Holdsworth on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 (218 views)
    WGMHA is now receiving applications for the 2019-2020 Robert Hennig Scholarship. The purpose of the scholarship is to provide financial assistance to players in furthering their education at a post-secondary institution of their choice.

    To learn more about the scholarship and to submit an application, please click on the following link:

    Robert Hennig Scholarship
  • Submitted By Webmaster on Wednesday, December 4, 2019 (1042 views)
    WGMHA is the proud recipient of the 2019 UW President’s Community Impact Award

    The Waterloo Girls Minor Hockey Association (the Ravens) has partnered with Warrior hockey programs for the past eight years.  Initially sparked by a connection when a Pee Wee team invited varsity athletes to assist with on-ice skill development, the positive experience led to a strong, long-term partnership involving 16 teams and a number of specialty programs for girls as young as four years old. 

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  • Submitted By Chris Holdsworth on Wednesday, November 6, 2019 (458 views)
    Dear Parents, Coaches, and Trainers,

    There has been some misunderstandings about the Ravens return to play protocols and we would like to get this cleared up to avoid further confusion or frustration by families, players, and teams.

    The return to play protocol for players affected by concussions or suspected concussions is outlined in the following link to MO-O6-20 of the WGMHA Manual of Operations: 

    SafeReturnToPlay


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  • Submitted By Chris Holdsworth on Monday, October 28, 2019 (434 views)
    In partnership with the Coaching Association of Canada, the Parachute Smart Hockey program was designed to keep hockey players safe and prevent brain injuries on the ice. The Smart Hockey Concussion Kit has been created as a tool to guide coaches through important concussion information, help integrate concussion tools and resources within hockey teams, and support your hockey community to prevent, recognize and manage concussions.

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