• Minor Atom A and Atom A teams both won the Humberview Huskies Tournament this last weekend
  • 2016-2017 FHHA PRE-SEASON SKILLS PROGRAM In response to popular demand, the pre-season skills program will be offered again this year at the Larry Grossman Forest Hill Memorial Arena for Learn To Play (but only for those born in 2011), Squirt (2009-2010), Novice (2007-2008) and Atom (2005-2006) age children registered with the Forest Hill Hockey Association House League.

    The objective of the program is to give children with minimal hockey experience the opportunity to learn or enhance their skills in skating, puck handling, passing, and shooting. Participation in the program will assist in preparing young players for the upcoming season, which begins Saturday, September 17, 2016. The pre-season skills program facilitates a spirit of fun and excitement that will carry over throughout the year. The instructors are experienced in conducting skills sessions as they also run our popular “Sunday Skills” program during the regular season.

    The program consists of four hours of on-ice instruction to players born in 2004 to 2010 inclusive. Please note: this is not a “learn to skate” program for beginners who have not skated before; participants must be able to at least skate somewhat on their own. We regret we must restrict the sessions to children in these age groups only, and we can only accommodate an enrollment of 40 players per 60-minute session. The schedule is planned as follows:

    Group A- (Born in 2010-2011)
    Sat. Sept. 17, 10am-11amSun. Sept. 18, 10am-11am
    Sat. Sept. 24, 10am-11amSun. Sept. 25, 10am-11am

    Group B- (Born in 2008-2009)
    Sat. Sept. 17, 11am-12pmSun. Sept. 18, 11am-12pm
    Sat. Sept. 24, 11am-12pmSun. Sept. 25, 11am-12pm

    Group C- (Born in 2005-2007)
    Sat. Sept. 17, 12pm-1pmSun. Sept. 18, 12pm-1pm
    Sat. Sept. 24, 12pm-1pmSun. Sept. 25, 12pm-1pm

    We may need to balance the number of participants in each session based on our estimate of their skill levels and/or the overall enrollment numbers. Therefore, it is possible that some players may be moved between groups to meet this need.

    You will be notified by e-mail regarding the particular session in which your child has been placed.

    The cost of the four sessions is $135.00. Due to limited space, if we are over-subscribed, participants will be accepted on a first come first served basis.

    The registration deadline is September 9, 2016 but please note the sessions fill quickly and early registration is strongly recommended in order to ensure a spot. A wait list will be in place once the sessions are full.

    Registration is only available online via credit card payment through our web site:
    https://www.quickenrollment.com/league/prelogin.aspx?org_keyword=FHHA

    Safety is a pre-requisite of the program. Children must wear a full set of complete protective hockey equipment while on the ice, including a CSA-approved neck guard and helmet with full face mask.

    Inquiries may be directed to registrar@fhha.org. We look forward to your child's participation.

    Before you know it, the hockey season will be upon us!



  • Mandatory Completion Of The Respect In Sport Program For Parents

    Mandatory Completion Of The Respect In Sport Program For Parents

    Dear FHHA Parents:

    Hockey Canada, the Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) and the Greater Toronto Hockey League (GTHL) have mandated that all families of registered players must complete the Respect in Sport Program before the 2016 season starts.

    Please note that only players whose parents have completed the program will be allowed to take the ice as we are not allowed to have any players on the ice whose parents are not certified with Respect in Sport.

    This means that your child will not be able to play if you have not completed this requirement.

    Prior to September 1, 2016, at least one parent/guardian of every minor hockey player in Ontario will need to complete Hockey Canada's on-line Respect in Sport course for parents prior to a player being permitted to participate in any Hockey Canada program. This requirement applies to all levels of hockey at Forest Hill including House League, Select and Competitive (GTHL).

    The Respect in Sport (RIS) Parent Program complements the Respect in Sport Activity Leader/Coach Program that is already mandatory for all team officials registered in Ontario minor hockey associations. The RIS Parent Program helps define a model of behaviour for all parents and creates a more rewarding, safe and respectful environment for everyone involved.

    The course costs $12 plus tax, only has to be taken once and is valid for life. The FHHA will be able to track compliance with this new requirement through the Hockey Canada Registry (HCR) since each player's profile is updated when the parent completes the RIS course.

    To read more about program on the GTHL web site, click here: www.gthlcanada.com/article/respect-in-sport-program-roll-out.

    To go directly to the registration page (you will need to know your Hockey Canada Registry [HCR] login info) click here: https://gthlparent.respectgroupinc.com.

    If your child is playing for a Forest Hill GTHL team (“A” or “AA”), please check off “GTHL&lrquo; in the drop down box when adding your child to your profile. If your child is playing for a Forest Hill House League and/or Select team, please check off “HL - Forest Hill” in the drop down box when adding your child to your profile.

    If you have any questions, please read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) below. We are available to answer any further questions you may have by email at: respect@fhha.org.

    Allen Schacht
    Registrar
    registrar@fhha.org



  • House League and Learn to Play registration begins April 15th

    House League and Learn to Play registration begins April 15th!

    Regular House League and Learn to Play registration begins April 15th!

    The Forest Hill Hockey Association is a non-profit corporation that provides an opportunity for children aged 4 to 18 to play House League, Select and GTHL level ‘A’ and ‘AA’ hockey in their local community. Once again for the 2016-2017 season we will be offering a complete hockey program every weekend from the end of September 2016 to the end of April 2017, excluding the December school break.

    Do not register if you are trying out for a FHHA GTHL ‘A’ or ‘AA’ team. Details of registration for the GTHL teams are available on our web site at: http://www.fhha.org/fh/gthl

    Click here for full information on registration for House League and Learn To Play!



  • IMPORTANT!  NEW FOR 2016/2017 SEASON  -  MANDATORY COMPLETION OF THE RESPECT IN SPORT PROGRAM FOR PARENTS

    Dear FHHA Parents:

    Hockey Canada, the Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) and the Greater Toronto Hockey League (GTHL) have mandated that all families of registered players must complete the Respect in Sport Program before the 2016 season starts.

    Prior to September 1, 2016, at least one parent/guardian of every minor hockey player in Ontario will need to complete Hockey Canada's on-line Respect in Sport course for parents prior to a player being permitted to participate in any Hockey Canada program. This requirement applies to all levels of hockey at Forest Hill including House League, Select and Competitive (GTHL).

    Read more here.

  • Forest Hill's first ever Kraft Cup champion
    On Wed March 2 2016 Ken Smith of the GTHL Board will be on hand with FHHA President Mark Cohen and FHHA GTHL Manager James MacLean to present the Kraft Cup to our Minor Atom A team that went an amazing 30-3-3 this season for 63 points.
    The Kraft Cup is awarded to the GTHL team that has the most points in the regular season in their division.
    Ceremony will take place just prior to game time at Forest Hill Arena, time will be posted on the GTHL website under playoff schedules.
  • It is official. We have planted a seed that has taken off, as our GTHL program that started with one 2001 A team in 2013, became 3 teams in 2014, 7 teams in 2015 to 10 for the 2016/17 season!
    5 of our 7 teams made the playoffs this season, with the Minor Atom A winning 2 tournaments and the Kraft Cup so far!
    Below are the 10 teams for next season. March 15 we can announce the head coaches and tryout dates.
    For rules about tryouts go to gthlcanada.com/rulebook and tryouts.

    Forest Hill GTHL teams for 2016 season:

    • Minor Atom A and AA (2007)
    • Atom A (2006)
    • Minor Peewee A and AA (2005)
    • Peewee A (2004)
    • Minor Bantam A (2003)
    • Bantam A (2002)
    • Minor Midget A and AA (2001)

    For more information please don't hesitate to contact jamesmaclean@fhha.org

  • The 2006A team wins The Motown Tournament in Detroit
  • The 2006A team wins The Motown Tournament in Detroit
  • The OHF announced that beginning for the 2016-17 hockey season, at least one parent/guardian of every minor hockey player in the Ontario Hockey Federation will be required to take the Respect In Sport (RIS) Parent Program prior to a player being permitted to participate in any Hockey Canada programming.
    This has been rolled out in a many of the Branches across Canada and was already in place in the Ontario Minor Hockey Association and Alliance Hockey within the OHF. The roll out in these areas have all been tremendously successful and has yielded positive results.
    This requirement applies to all levels of hockey including House League and Competitive levels.
    The cost of taking the program is $12 and is paid directly on-line when taking the program.
    A participant's parent will only be required to take the program once. There is no requirement for re-taking the program annually.
    Hockey Associations will be able to track compliance with the Hockey Canada Registry (HCR). Each individual players profile is updated when his/her parent completes the RIS Parent Program so each Association will be able to monitor compliance by reviewing the participants profile.
    OHF Media Release - Respect in Sport Roll Out
    Letter to MHA - Respect in Sport Roll Out
    FAQ - Respect in Sport Roll Out
  • Minor Bantam Select Team wins Don Montgomery Scarborough Tourney
  • 1999 Select B team won the Don Montgomery Memorial tournament in Scarborough
  • The 2006A team wins The Motown Tournament in Detroit
  • The Minor Atom Select team won the Motown Cup this past weekend in Detroit, Nov 6-8 Tournament
  • Dear Parents, Players, Volunteers, and Sponsors:
    On behalf of the Board of Directors it is my pleasure to welcome you to the 2015-2016 hockey season at Forest Hill Hockey Association, our 56th year of community hockey. I would like to take this opportunity to welcome back all our returning players and extend an especially warm welcome to those who are joining our Forest Hill family for the first time.
    My own involvement with FHHA goes back to 1968, when we had 5 divisions and 4 select teams (then known as “all star teams”). I have been involved with the league for many of the past 47 years, first as a House League and select player, then as a coach, referee, on the Board as VP Select and now as President. I am pleased to follow in the footsteps of my father, Harold Cohen, Past President and one of the founding members of the league.
    FHHA is a community organization that just happens to be centred around hockey. It's a place where kids come to have fun, get some exercise and learn what it means to be part of a community. It's a place to develop friendships, sometimes which last a lifetime.
    Our enrolment continues to grow with over 750 kids registered to play in our popular Learn to Play program for 4 and 5 year-olds, our foundational House League program (39 teams), our great Select program (14 teams), and our competitive GTHL program, which has grown from a pilot of just 1 team two seasons ago to this year include 5 'A' teams and for the first time in our history, 2 “AA” teams! We will be continuing to grow the GTHL program at a steady pace to meet the demand of those players in our community who want a more competitive experience (subject, of course, to ice time availability and the approval of the GTHL). This will in no way affect our mandate or responsibilities towards our House League and Select programs, which will always be our primary focus. For information on any of our programs please go to our website at www.fhha.org.
    Over the summer, your Board has been hard at work preparing for this upcoming season with many improvements to the League's programs. This year, for the first time, we followed the lead of most NYHL Select organizations and conducted our tryouts in May after the conclusion of last season. This has many advantages for Select teams in terms of getting ready for the season, getting uniforms, booking practice ice and tournaments, etc. We are excited to have new suppliers for both our House League and Select uniforms.
    Once again, Andy Rivers and his great staff from Canadian Pro Hockey will be running our popular weekly Sunday Skills Program for Squirt, Novice and Atom players on a rotating schedule on Sunday mornings at 9:00am and 10:00am on the small ice. Also, for the first time in many years, we will be including a number of team practices on Sundays at 1:15pm on the small ice for our Novice and Atom teams. Our Player Development program is also back for another season run by Gunner Hockey.
    The house league season will begin SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th. Our SUNDAY SKILLS and LEARN TO PLAY programs start SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4th. For House League you should be contacted by your coach after our coaches meeting on Thursday, Sept 24th. If you do not hear from them, please email the appropriate division conveners found at the bottom of the “contact us” page on our website. Our website also contains links to the schedules, standings, rules, and just about everything else you need to know.
    As with any league, our success depends on our volunteers and sponsors and FHHA is fortunate in this regard. Let me extend our gratitude to our generous sponsors. Most of our sponsors are our neighbourhood businesses and the businesses of members of our community and we encourage you to support them as they support us. Check out our list of sponsors at www.fhha.org/fhha/sponsors.aspx.
    Finally, volunteers are the lifeblood of our association and the league couldn't operate without them. From FHHA Board Members who operate largely behind the scenes, to our conveners who supervise from the booth every week, to all our coaches, managers and committee members, each year we receive the benefit of thousands of hours of unpaid volunteer time on behalf of our kids. We are extremely grateful for that most precious of gifts - your time.
    If you are interested in volunteering at any level with our association or would like more information please contact me by email at president@fhha.org.
    Thank you and I look forward to seeing you at the rink!
    Mark Cohen
    President
    Forest Hill Hockey Association
    president@fhha.org


Scroll News
  • House League begins on Sat, Oct 1st
    Coaches will call with team assignments after the coaches meeting on Wednesday, September 28.
    All game schedules will be posted to the website by Sunday, September 25.
  • Minor Peewee 'A' Players Wanted
    Click here to view details.
  • Sunday Skills and Learn to Play schedules have been released for the 2016-2017 season
  • FHHA Announces Publication of its Updated League Constitution
    Click here to view.
  • Two New League Policies
    1. The 24-Hour Rule
    2. Social Media and Networking Policy.
  • House League Rules Reviewed & Updated
    House League Rules reviewed and amended for the 2013-14 season. Please click here to view the latest amendments. Please click here to view the current House League set of rules.
  • Ontario Hockey Federation Removes Body Checking from Recreational Hockey
    Click here for more info.
  • GTHL Announces New Speak Out Certification Mechanism for Bench Staff
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