The Forest Hill Hockey Association has been a proud supporter of community hockey, and a provider of a safe and nurturing hockey environment since 1960.
The founding members would be proud to see how the Association has grown significantly, with over 800 players participating in our Learn to Play, House League, Select (North York Hockey League) and GTHL (Greater Toronto Hockey League) "A" and "AA" level programs. SEE MORE
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CONFIDENTIALITY – PHONES
Thank you for helping to make FHHA a safe and friendly environment for everyone.
As we begin the process of registering for our next hockey season, the Forest Hill Hockey Association is announcing that we will be transitioning our program to align ourselves with Hockey Canada, and the Ontario Hockey Federation in the introduction and adoption of a new Modified Ice program for children under 8 years of age.
After many meetings, with the aforementioned sanctioning bodies, and ALL of our peer Associations, the FHHA board would like to assure our community that all concerns were discussed and addressed. We would like to also stress that this new program will be adopted by ALL associations.
This program, which will start in the 2018/19 season has already been implemented globally by other hockey nations with great success, which led Hockey Canada to do its own extensive research into the program. The objective is not about making our teams or our nation more competitive, but rather about growing the game of hockey and our children enjoying themselves. The net result is strong healthy hockey communities. We emphatically support this new program and believe it will help fill our arena with children and families who enjoy being part of the game of hockey.
While the final structure of our program is still being fine-tuned, the modified surfaces will allow for greater skill development, balancing, more puck touches and we hope, a greater enjoyment and love for the game.
I am sure there will be many questions, concerns and opinions, all of which we can assure you we have already asked, but feel free to send us yours.
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Initiation Program 6 (2012) and Minor Novice (2011) Competitive Development Stream
For players entering their Initiation Program 6 (formerly known as Tyke) (2012) and Minor Novice (2011) years, FHHA will be offering a Competitive Development Stream program focusing on long term player development in accordance with the Hockey Canada and Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) Player Development Model and the GTHL Initiation Program.
The Competitive Development Stream program is an extension of FHHA’s house league and will be available to players registered in FHHA in these age groups on a tryout basis. Information on the OHF Player Development Model and the game play structure discussed below may be found here. Information on the GTHL Initiation Program and the benefits of modified ice hockey may be found here.
In addition to the FHHA house league program, players in the Competitive Development Stream will participate in one or two additional practices per week and will play approximately one weekly development game (20-25 games per season) against Competitive Development Stream teams from three neighbouring hockey associations: Leaside, North Toronto and North York Knights. In addition, Competitive Development Stream teams may participate in tournaments or festivals throughout the season.
Competitive Development Stream development games will follow the game play structure of the OHF Player Development Model. An overview is set out below and more detail on specific game formats will be provided prior to the start of the season.
Competitive Development Stream development games will begin in October after Thanksgiving, and will not be scheduled over holidays or during the public school system March Break.
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Larry Grossman Forest Hill Memorial Arena
340 Chaplin Crescent. Toronto, Ontario
416 - 488 - 1800