ROGERS HOMETOWN HOCKEY EVENTS
- FEBRUARY 12 - Hometown Welcome Rally Prizes List
Last year it was announced that New Westminster was chosen to be the host city for the nationally televised Roger's Hometown Hockey broadcast. Well known sports broadcaster Ron Maclean and the entire crew will be setting up a large temporary studio just south of the Queen's Park Arena front entrance.
On behalf of the NWMHA, I am pleased to invite you and your entire family to participate in three days of fun activities.
We are kicking off the whole event with a big community welcome rally planned at Queen's Park Arena on Friday Feb 12th. Make sure to mark your calendars for the following free events. <more...>
Festival Activities and Giveaways.
REST IN PEACE: AARON LOUGHHEAD (1991-2015)
Sadly, we have learned of the passing of one of our own, Aaron Loughhead (1991): player & asst. coach for NMHA. Rest in peace, Aaron. |
FIRST ANNUAL AARON LOUGHHEAD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
Aaron's impact on hockey, and the hockey community, in New Westminster cannot be overstated. He had many tremendous contributions as a player, and as a coach. In both roles he was creating lifelong friendships and priceless moments of laughter. You could always count on his competitive spirit which added to the joy of the game.
In Aaron's honour, we have established the annual Aaron Loughhead Memorial Scholarship Award in order to recognize a player who contributes to the game in a way that Aaron would be proud of!
Please donate, like, and share this cause!!!
For more information and to donate to the Award click here
Statement on behalf of New Westminster Minor Hockey Association.
New Westminster Secondary Hockey AcademyParents and players interested in supporting a new skills based hockey academy at NWSS please attend the general information meeting on February 16, 2016. See attached for more information.
NEW WESTMINSTER CHOSEN FOR HOMETOWN HOCKEY EVENTOn September 10th it was announced that the spotlight will be on New Westminster as we become the venue city for Rogers Hometown Hockey. The program is hosted by wellknown sports broadcaster Ron MacLean. While all the details have yet to be announced, the two-day event is scheduled to take place in the Royal City on February 13 and 14th.
For more details please refer to this announcement.