SVMHA would like to invite you out for a night on us. There will be beverages, snacks, and awards. Please find the time to come out and let us thank you for the hard work you did this past season and celebrate our achievements.
Please join us April 13th at Windsor C.C. The doors open at 7:00pm, hope to see you all there.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 2, 2017
SVMHA “A” hockey amagamation
Winnipeg, MB, March 2, 2017– Exciting news for SVMHA members! Effective in the fall of 2017 all “A” hockey in St Vital will play under one name, one jersey, one identity. Our 5 community clubs and the SVMHA board have agreed on a new jersey to represent the players of SVMHA as seen below. This will mean great things for both the players and the parents.
This new branding of St. Vital Hockey brings unity to all “A” level co-ed teams in St. Vital. There is now one banner for all players to play under, and to represent our community. Players and families are now able to consider all the community buildings and arenas as their home facilities. Parents now don’t have to buy multiple team jackets or apparel as it is now one standard look incorporating all the original community center logos and names. This step forward is the first in strengthening our hockey program for many years to come.
Rydell Lasko, President of SVMHA
More information regarding Jerseys, Apparel and Registration in the weeks to come. Watch your email!
Feb 17th to 19th, the St. Vital Chill Novice A1 Red Team journeyed to Emo Ontario to play in a tournament against 2 Fort Frances teams, a Kenora Team, and the host Emo team. The Girls brought Manitoba style hockey into Ontario. After a long bus ride, two games Friday night, two games Saturday the girls went into the Championship Final on Sunday in 1st place, not only undefeated but posting a four game shut out. Playing against a strong Fort Frances team and only allowing 1 goal, the girls battled to a championship win. Congratulations to the coaches and the girls on a great representation and even better result!
After almost losing the ice due to warmth, playing through stiff competition, and then braving the freezing cold, the Novice A1 Chill Red team battled a hard fought game to pull off a 1-0 win against the Home team South Winnipeg Storm.
Chill pulled their goalie with 90 seconds left and scored with a minute left to tie the game. Overtime period and 12 rounds of a shootout didn't decide it. The refs, tourney organizers and coaches agreed that a coin toss would have been a disservice to the girls given how well both teams played, so both teams were crowned Co-champions. The coaches used a coin toss was used to decide who got what hardware; the Rockets got the gold trophy and silver medals and Chill got the Silver trophy and gold medals.
Congratulations to the Glenwood Bruins A1 team who won silver at the bantam tournament in Gimli. The boys went undefeated the first day and eventually met the top division team in the gold medal final. It was an exciting game with each team exchanging goals until the end, great effort boys!
Click on the link below to take you to the Respect in Sport Parent Program.
SVMHA in conjunction with the Dakota Community Centre will be hosting a First Shift Program starting in Late January.
The Kick off Event will be hosted by the Dakota Community Center on Jan 31st with ice times to follow over the next seven weeks. 45 new hockey players are scheduled to participate
SVMHA has some available ice times available for rent. Please refer to the Ice for Sale tab on the left.
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