Submitted By webmaster on Thursday, April 20, 2017 (223 views)
Bantam Minor and older:
Any player requiring a waiver to go to another centre after April 21, 2017 please attend the Windsor AAA Zone Boardroom Saturday morning April 22, 2017 between 10:00am to 12:00 noon.
The parent and player must attend at the same time.
There will not be any other time for these waivers to be picked up.
Submitted By webmaster on Monday, April 17, 2017 (565 views)
When a player is released from their respective team during tryouts, a waiver is required for that player to go to another AAA Zone. This waiver MUST be signed by the player and parent.
If requesting a waiver, please bring the player and parent to the AAA Zone boardroom, otherwise no waiver will be issued.
Submitted By webmaster on Sunday, April 16, 2017 (417 views)
Participants must try out in the Centre or Zone to which they reside and will not be granted a release upon request. All Zone AAA tryouts require a permission to skate from a Zone participants Home Centre. All Participants must try out and be released in accordance with each Member Association Centre/Zone Tryout Policy. The only release applicable for movement with Alliance AAA Hockey Competition is an OHF AAA Hockey Waiver. Once released and in possession of an OHF AAA Waiver any ALLIANCE Hockey participant may try out with any of the other ALLIANCE Hockey Centre or Zone Member Associations. Read More
Submitted By webmaster on Sunday, April 16, 2017 (125 views)
The Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) Bursary Program was introduced in 1997 to recognize and reward dedication in education and hockey. The program provides financial assistance to registered OHF participants to offset the cost of post-secondary education. In the past 20 years, the OHF has distributed more than $390,000 to over 360 post-secondary students. Read More
Submitted By webmaster on Friday, April 14, 2017 (418 views)
Congratulations to the Midget Major Spitfires who were selected in the 2017 Under 18 Priority Selection.
This event is really going to bring greater awareness to the high level of talent we have at the Midget AAA level here in Ontario,” said OHL Senior Director of Hockey Development and Special Events Joe Birch. “In the long term our hope is that this initiative will not only bring accomplished players to the Ontario Hockey League, but will also improve the development of players, goaltenders, coaches and the game as a whole province-wide.” Read More