STMHA Now Accepting Travel Team Coach Applications for the 2022-2023 Season, News (St. Thomas Minor Hockey)

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STMHA Now Accepting Travel Team Coach Applications for the 2022-2023 Season
With only a couple of months left in the 2021-2022 season, the board of STMHA, in anticipation of an season that will be left untouched by COVID-19, is now accepting coaching applications for the following travel/representative teams for the 2022-2023 season:


* U10 Minor Atom A/AA (2013) 
* U11 Atom A/AA (2012) 
* U10-U11 Atom B (2013-2012)
* U12 Minor Peewee A/AA (2011)
* U13 Peewee A/AA (2010)
* U12-U13 Peewee B (2011-2010)
* U14 Minor Bantam A/AA (2009)
* U15 Bantam A/AA (2008)
* U14-U15 Bantam B (2009-2008)
* U16 Minor Midget A/AA (2007)
* U18 Midget A/AA (2005-2006)
* U16-U18 Midget B (2005-2007)


Please follow this link to the Travel Team Coaching Application:
STMHA TRAVEL TEAM Coaching Application


The application will be available online until closing at midnight Thursday March 31, 2022.

Incomplete or late applications will not be accepted.

The board of St. Thomas Minor Hockey would like to thank all that show their interest however submission of an application does not guarantee an interview with the Coach Selection Committee.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions and under direction from the Ontario Hockey Federation, there was no spring tryouts for any level of minor hockey (AAA/AA/A and down etc.) during the current (2021-2022) season.

For the upcoming 2022-2023 season the OHF has authorized the return of spring tryouts for the U14 / U15 / U16 age groups.    AAA tryouts are schedule to run April 25 - Mar 1.   STMHA tryouts for AA/A  U14/U15/U16 Alliance Seeded teams will run May 2 - May 9.

A body checking clinic for U14 registrants to occur prior to April 25,  will be announced on the STMHA website once we have confirmed ice and instructor availability.

The 2022-2023 Seasonal Calendar will be shared with prospective coaches at time of interview and will be published on the STMHA website later this spring.


Direct any questions or concerns on travel team coaching applications by email to [email protected]
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