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
This year the OHL and GTHL have introduced a new requirement, that ALL Players, Parents and Coaching Staff participating in hockey governed by the OHF and GTHL must read and share with their respective players, a Concussion Awareness brief and submit an acknowledgement that they have read it.
THIS IS MANDATORY FOR EVERYONE.
IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER AND SUBMIT, YOU OR YOUR PLAYER WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO COMPETE IN THE 2019-2020 SEASON UNTIL IT IS COMPLETED.
Please go onto the following link, register your child and or yourself. If you have more than one child they both can be registered during one session.
The FHHA is being held responsible for fulfilling this requirement that is an important step in protecting our players from concussion injury that is serious and claimed the life Rowan Stringer.
Congratulations for winning the Gene Harrington Tournament in Buffalo.
Congratulations for winning the MD Memorial Tournament!
Congratulations x2! At the same tournament the Forest Hill Atom Gold Select brought home the MD Memorial Championship.
The Forest Hill Hockey Association is fully committed to ensuring that all of our participants respect the rights of each individual, and it is our responsibility as staff and an organization to ensure a safe and fun environment for all participants.
We fully support and respect the human rights code and law of Ontario and Canada.
Is when a person experiences negative treatment or impact because of an actual or perceived connection to one of the 17 grounds that are protected under the Ontario Human Rights code.
The Dressing Room Policy states that players, parents/guardians and staff/volunteers have the right to...
All staff/volunteers of the MHA have the responsibility to:
Players have the responsibility to:
CONFIDENTIALITY – PHONES
Thank you for helping to make FHHA a safe and friendly environment for everyone.
|Forest Hill Hockey Association|
Larry Grossman Forest Hill Memorial Arena
340 Chaplin Crescent. Toronto, Ontario
416 - 488 - 1800