House League (Acton Houseleague Hockey Association)

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House League provides the opportunity hundreds of players to play the game we all love.  Acton House League Season will commence in September.  A detailed schedule of evaluation skates, season games and practices will be available on the website.  The season concludes with Championship Weekend in March.

Our Association could not exist without a devoted and enthusiastic group of volunteer parents and non-parents.  Our hope is that through the players experience our youth will discover the warm fellowship of team play, the friendly rivalry of competition, leadership and athletic skills, and a vision for their future. We work to provide a fun and comfortable environment, where players are taught the knowledge and skills required to play the game. 

Every House League division has a Convenor and each team is assigned a bench consisting of a Head Coach, Assistant Coach (es) and a Trainer.  All bench staff are subject to a mandatory Police Records Check and are required to complete the designated OMHA coaching certification programs pertaining to the division in which they are participating. 

Together we will strive to work with a clear commitment to excellence, with the very best interests of our youth foremost in our minds and with a vivid attitude of pride in our association, our city, our country and the game of hockey.

Work hard, have fun and enjoy the season.

House League:

Our house league program in all divisions is non body contact, and all games and practices are in Acton.

Each player receives a team jersey, pair of team socks along with an individual player and team picture.
Teams are selected by the division Coaches and the Convenor after a pre-session evaluation of all players and further team balancing decision are made by the Convenor where required. Players will be notified around the middle of September as to a start time. 
You are then drafted to your HL team, for the season to begin end of Sept/early Oct.
All players and rostered bench staff are covered under Hockey Canada Insurance policy as the AHHA is a sanctioned member of this association. Team are eligible to participate in all Hockey Canada sanctioned tournaments for extra game/team building experience.