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2019/20 FFMHA Board of Directors

As elected at the FFMHA Annual General Meeting the board members for the upcoming season are:

President - Jason Kabel
Vice President - Chris Wielinga
Treasurer - Travis Enge
Registrar - Kim Nicholson
Development Coordinator - Ron MacKinnon
Webmaster - Adam Scott
Ice Scheduler - Dave Coats
Secretary - Lori Flinders
Referee-in-Chief - Matt Mclellan

Directors - Steve Chown, Shane Bliss, Greg Latter, Paul Nicholson

Please note that we are still looking for two director positions to sit on the board for the upcoming season.  If you are interested please contact an elected board member.



FFMHA is currently seeking nominations for two prestigious awards to be presented at our annual banquet.   

Please read below and submit nominations to by March 3/2019.

1.  John Puchalski Memorial Trophy for Outstanding Contributions to the Fort Frances Minor Hockey Association

2.  HDCO Trainers Award

Selection Criteria

Recipient has completed and is a participant or instructor in the Hockey Trainers’ Certification Program.

Abides by the Hockey Trainers’ Certification Program Code of Ethics.

Advocates safety for all participants and embodies the values of enjoyment, fair play, sportsmanship, education, and integrity in the game of hockey.

Achievements outside of the Hockey Trainers’ Certification Program, i.e., First Aid, CPR, or other educational programs.

Recipient of other recognition awards.

Letters of recommendation – teams, employers, parents, players.


Unclaimed 50/50 Prize Pot

On Saturday January 19th 2019 we ran a 50/50 Raffle during the 2nd day of our Atom A Tournament at the Memorial Sports Centre Ice for Kids Rink in Fort Frances.  The prize pot for that day was $222.50.  The draw was done at 2:10pm with the winning ticket number drawn being 672003.  The prize remains unclaimed.


If you have the winning ticket, please contact Travis Enge, Treasurer FFMHA, at 807-276-4733 or  The prize pot will be kept available to be claimed for 30 calendar days from the date of the draw.  If it is still unclaimed at that time, the proceeds will go to the Fort Frances Minor Hockey Association to help pay for our ice expenses.


Please find below a great link to a Hockey Canada document entitled "Hockey 101". In this document you will find helpful information about equipment requirements, basic rules and respect in the game.

All players will also need a hockey jersey and socks for the evaluations for house league. If you cannot supply these, please contact FFMHA and we will assist you.


Please follow the link below or click on the registration tab above.

You may need to search Fort Frances Minor Hockey as the association or it may auto populate if you are a previous registrant.

Also AA tryout fees must be paid online with registration as no payments will be accepted at tryout camps.

A reminder of divisions and birth years:

IP - 2012,2013,2014
Novice - 2010, 2011
Atom - 2008, 2009
Peewee - 2006, 2007
Bantam - 2004, 2005
Midget - 2001, 2002, 2003


FFMHA 2018-2019 registration will open on Friday July 20/2018. A link will be provided on both the website and Facebook page.

Fees are as follows:


Initiation Program - $375
Novice - $475
Atom - $475
Peewee - $475
Bantam - $475
Midget - $475
Goalie (Novice - Midget) - $300
2nd or more child(ren) - $375

We have had a slight increase in fees due to increases in HNO player fees and insurance, ice rental and officiating costs.

Registrations completed on or after October 1/2018 will be subject to a $50 late fee charge and NO registrations will be accepted after October 14/ 2018 unless approved by the FFMHA Board of Directors.

Please be advised that players will NOT be allowed onto the ice until registration and payment is completed. Thank you for your understanding.


ATTENTION: Call for house league and AA coaches for the 2018/19 season as well as convenors for each division - 6 in total.   Please note May 18/2018 deadline for applications.  

Please submit your coaching qualifications, experience and philosophy in writing by the deadline.   All coaches require the online respect in sport or speak out clinic certification.   Coaches must confirm with FFMHA that they have the level of certification needed to coach in a particular division.

The FFMHA board thanks all applicants in advance as these are crucial roles to the success of our hockey program.

Please submit applications to:

Fort Frances Minor Hockey Association
PO Box 306
Fort Frances, ON
P9A 3M7

or via e-mail in a .doc or PDF to:


Please find the links below for the upcoming Hockey Northwestern Ontario under 15 program of excellence camp.  Dates are August 17-19/2018 in Thunder Bay.  Please notice direct links for the position in which you wish to register your player.



John Puchalski Memorial Trophy for Outstanding Contributions to the Fort Frances Minor Hockey Association Frank Lockman

Hockey Development Centre Ontario- In Recognition of Outstanding Contributions as a Hockey Trainer in the Province of OntarioTrevor Armstrong 

League Trophies

IP - Presented with Tim Hortons Medals - Tuesday and Thursday Teams - Jets, Blackhawks, Leafs and Canadiens

Novice League: Darrell Webb Memorial Trophy- Taggs Source For Sports

Atom League : David Brockie Trophy - Causeway Cougars

Pee Wee League: Leonard Cadieux Memorial Trophy - Fort Frances Lions

Bantam League: Chamber of Commerce - Bantam Green Predators

Novice League

Most Valuable Goalie- Elezar Andrusco 
Most Valuable Defenseman -Noah Morrisseau 
Most Sportsman like Player -Drake Bodnar
Most Valuable Player - Gavin Hill

Atom League 

Most Dedicated Player- Canadian Tire Trophy Luc Gagne
Most Improved Player - Mark ( Hoppers) Hopkins Trophy -Luc Gagne
Most Valuable Defenseman -Peyton Cousineau
Most Sportsmanlike Player - Linkin Wrolstad
Most Valuable Goalie - David Morrison
Most Valuable Player - Evan Wright 

PeeWee League

Most Sportsmanlike Player- Andy Grynol Memorial TrophyTimea Enge
Most Valuable Player- L.A. "Bud" Hebert Trophy Garrett Paul
Rookie Of the Year- Walter Christianson Trophy Maddy Bliss
Most Valuable Defenseman-Mike Van Jura Memorial Trophy - Trent Wilson
Most Valuable Goalie - Kade Oster

Bantam League

Most Valuable Player- Don Lovisa Sr. Memorial Trophy- Ashton Barnes
Most Valuable Goalie- Joe Bolzan Sr.Memorial Trophy-Cohen Robinson
Most Dedicated Player- Harvey Shute Memorial Trophy-Kaleb Fernadez & Rylie Calder
Rookie Of the Year - Bryce Devoe Memorial AwardJake Mackinnon
Most Valuable Defenseman - Anthony Bruyere
Most Sportsmanlike Player -Chris Williams

Midget League

Most Valuable Player - Cameron Bowles
Most Valuable Goalie- James Morrison
Most Valuable Rookie - Dawson Allan 
Most Gentlemanly Player - Tyler McDonald
Most Valuable Defenseman - Jarvis Esselink

Atom, PeeWee, Bantam & Midget AA Awards

Atom AA - Most Dedicated Player - Hunter Maclean 
Atom AA - Most Valuable Player - Lucas Bailey 
Atom AA  - Arnie Hahkala Memorial Award Alex Booth 

PeeWee AA - Most Dedicated Player- Herb Cridland Memorial Trophy - Evan Kabel
PeeWee AA - Most Valuable Players- Emerson Evans & Noah McPherson
PeeWee AA - Arnie Hahakala Memorial Award -Evan Strain  

Bantam AA - Most Valuable Player- Peyton Avis
Bantam AA Arnie Hahkala Memorial Award Connor Lind

Midget AA - Most Valuable Player- Daymond Morrisseau


To The Humboldt Bronco Hockey Team, Family and Community, Please Know that we are keeping you in our thoughts and Prayers .

Respect in Sports

The Respect in Sport Program for Parents is a unique, in-depth 1 hour online program geared to providing the parent with information on how to evaluate and understand:

  • Parental influence over a child
  • Coach and leader roles in sport
  • Role of the parent and coach in ensuring a child’s enjoyment of a sport
  • Protecting your child when outside of your immediate control
  • Concussion awareness & Return to Play guidelines
  • Long-Term Player Development (LTPD) model

The program is a proactive, educational program that empowers parents with the tools to ensure the game is enjoyable and respectful for themselves, their children and all other stakeholders in the game.

Beginning with the 2016-17 minor hockey season a minimum of 1 parent/guardian from each family with players at the Novice or Atom level will need to take the program along with 1 parent/ guardian from any players entering Hockey Canada programming for the first time in the peewee to midget age groups.

The cost of the one hour online program is $12.00+HST and you can complete the course at the link below:

Please note if you are a coach with the Respect in Sport, than the other parent/spouse must take the Parent Respect in Sport.


Respect in Sports Link Information

If you the information you are looking for is not on the "Home Page" please go to the "News Page" section to see if the information you require has been added to this area of the website. The "Home Page" will be used only for the initial information and updates as they become available and then moved to the "News Page".  

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