Nepean Girls Hockey Association               


Welcome to the NGHA Website
Home of the 2014 Bantam A Provincial Champions - Click here for photos.
Home of the 2014 Bantam B Provincial Champions - Click here for photos.
Home of the 2013 Peewee C Provincial Champions - Click here for photos.
Home of the 2012 Peewee C Provincial Champions - Click here for photos.
Home of the 2011 Novice B Provincial Champions - Click here for photos.
Revised: October 24, 2014


Tournament
Fri. Jan 30 to Sun. Feb 1, 2015

HL Stats

Coach Development

Molly Robillard

One of our own Peewee Wildcats has passed away at Roger’s House on Wednesday, October 15, 2014, surrounded by the love of her family and friends after a lengthy battle with cancer. In her 12 short years, Molly touched many people with her good humour, unbelievable determination and courage. Molly will be dearly missed by her family, friends, team mates and community at large.
As an expression of sympathy, donations to CHEO would be appreciated. A Celebration of Molly’s life will be held Friday, November 7th at 7:00 pm at Parkdale United Church (429 Parkdale Ave @ Gladstone). The family thanks all of you for your continued support.
Click here for Ottawa Citizen article


Picture Day

Monday Oct. 27th at Walter Baker for Comp - Cafeteria upstairs
Sunday Nov. 2nd at Sportsplex for HL and make up for Comp - Hall F


Players Wanted

NGHA currently has spaces available in Novice, Atom, Peewee and Bantam House League. If interested please send an email to registration@ngha.ca


Development Skills Program

(ideal for players looking for DS tryout preparation)

The NGHA has made arrangements with CSM to run a development skills program specifically designed for players planning to tryout for one of the DS teams. These skills sessions will take place on Sunday evenings starting Sunday September 28th at the Bell Sensplex. 

DS teams will not be formed until November, but all players planning to tryout for DS are strongly encouraged to attend these sessions being run by the expert staff from CSM for the NGHA.

The DS program is open only to NGHA House League players who are looking for more development and an option to play more hockey with the potential to stream toward competitive hockey in the future. All ice times can be found under the scheduling tab.

Novice          
Sun 28-Sep-14 Bell Sensplex Scotiabank 5:15 PM 1 NDS1 NDS2
Sun 5-Oct-14 Bell Sensplex Scotiabank 4:15 PM 1 NDS1 NDS2
Sun 26-Oct 14 Bell Sensplex Scotiabank 5:15 PM 1 NDS1 NDS2
         
Atom          
Sun 28-Sep-14 Bell Sensplex Scotiabank 6:15 PM 1 ADS  
Sun 5-Oct-14 Bell Sensplex Scotiabank 5:15 PM 1 ADS  
Sun 26-Oct 14 Bell Sensplex Scotiabank 6:15 PM 1 ADS  
         
Peewee          
Sun 28-Sep-14 Bell Sensplex Scotiabank 7:15 PM 1 PDS  
Sun 5-Oct-14 Bell Sensplex Scotiabank 6:15 PM 1.5 PDS  
Sun 26-Oct 14 Bell Sensplex Scotiabank 7:15 PM 1 PDS  
         
Bantam          
Sun 28-Sep-14 Bell Sensplex Scotiabank 8:15 PM 1 BDS  
Sun 5-Oct-14 Bell Sensplex Scotiabank 7:45 PM 1.5 BDS  
Sun 26-Oct 14 Bell Sensplex Scotiabank 8:15 PM 1 BDS  

Nepean Jr. Wildcats-Comedy Night

Saturday, November 1st 2014 @5-9p.m. Don Cherry’s Kanata location next to Hazel Dean Mall. Comedians from Absolute and Yuk Yuk’s comedy Clubs. There will be Live and Silent Auctions ,door prizes,50/50 and Tickets are only $15.00 each. The Ottawa Senators are playing in Boston so if you want to stay later you can watch on the big Screens at Don Cherry’s. Also of note the girls play a home game prior to this event at the Carleton University Ice House Rink ‘B’ 1:30-3:30p.m. vs. Cambridge Jr. Rivulettes. Click here.


NGHA Volunteers

ALL NGHA volunteers (coach, assistant coach, on ice help, trainer, den mom, etc.) working directly with our girls require a current (less than 2 years) Police Records Check and have either attended a Speak Out session or completed the online Respect in Sport.  

All NGHA volunteers who have NO interaction with the girls but handle NGHA team money must provide a current (within 2 years) Criminal Records Check.

If your PRC has expired (you can check here) and you want to renew it for free, please attend this event with a completed form (Police Record Check (PRC) form), 2 valid pieces of i.d., and clean photocopies of the i.d.

For more information on the PRC – visit the Ottawa Police website.

 Food Drive

On Friday October 24th, 8:30 pm at Walter Baker Arena “A” the Nepean Wildcats 2 Midget A teams will face off for the first time this season. In the spirit of goodwill and sportsmanship, we invite all who wish to witness Nepean Wildcats hockey at its finest to please bring a non-perishable food item for the Ottawa Food Bank. Donations will also be accepted should you prefer. We look forward to seeing you and helping support a very worthy cause.
NOTE: If your team cannot attend and you wish to make a donation, perhaps one representative from your team can deliver whatever contribution you are able/willing to collect? Thank you for your efforts.


VOLUNTEERS REQUIRED

The NGHA is looking for volunteers to fill the roles of ODWHA Convenor and ODWHA Statistician. For a job description click on the link below:
Convenor Responsibilities
Statistician Responsibilities


Equipment Exchange - click here


NGHA GOALIE PROGRAM

The NGHA is pleased to announce the return of the weekly goalie development training program for the 2014-2015 season.  The goal of the program is to further develop the key fundamentals of the modern goalie position while breaking down each repetition into pre-save, save, and post-save movements.  Each goalie will be registered for at least 10x 1-hour clinics beginning around 24 September 2014 and running until 18 February 2015 such that they are on the ice approximately once every two weeks.

This year we will be offering three different training streams:

1) EXPOSURE TRAINING GROUP:(SOLD OUT)  The EXPOSURE LEVEL is open to Novice (All) and Atom House League goalies/teams only.  For teams without a designated goalie, coaches or a team representative can purchase a "Team Package" wherein targeted players can be rotated through the sessions at the discretion of the team.  Please make note of this within the comments section of the online registration.  Total Cost: $175 (+HST) per goalie

EXPOSURE GROUP REGISTRATION LINK: https://tms.ezfacility.com/OnlineRegistrations/Register.aspx?CompanyID=2475&GroupID=1119971

2) REGULAR TRAINING GROUP:(SOLD OUT)  The REGULAR LEVEL is open to all remaining goalies who are NOT competing at the Novice (All) or Atom House League level.  This is a substantially large group requiring registrants to be separated into two Groups that will train on alternating weeks.  Total Cost: $225 (+HST) per goalie

REGULAR GROUP REGISTRATION LINK: https://tms.ezfacility.com/OnlineRegistrations/Register.aspx?CompanyID=2475&GroupID=1119783

3) ELITE TRAINING GROUP:(SOLD OUT)  The ELITE LEVEL will be initially offered to AA athletes and then subsequently extended to A-level athletes bases on availability.  This group will train every week for a total of 20 sessions and is a perfect complement for a team looking for a steady dose of goaltending instruction.  Total Cost: $450 (+HST) per goalie

ELITE GROUP REGISTRATION LINK: https://tms.ezfacility.com/OnlineRegistrations/Register.aspx?CompanyID=2475&GroupID=1120433

Each group will be further divided into subgroups based on age and level of play at the discretion of the instructor to best suit the needs of each individual and the dynamics of the overall program. All sessions will be provided by Complete Goaltending Development and will be held at the Complete Hockey Development Centre (CHDC) located at 145 Iber Road.  Specific group assignments and any related information will be formally communicated to each individual NO LATER THAN Saturday, 13 September 2014.

Please do not hesitate to contact Greg Bowles with any comments, question or concerns or to be placed on a waiting list at gbowles@cgdgoalies.com


2014/15 Congratulations...

Oct 24 - Congratulations to the Peewee C team who were finalists in the Etobicoke Pink the Rink tournament (Oct. 17-19). They finished the round robin undefeated and managed a 1-0 overtime win in the semis. The girls played their hearts out in the finals but lost 2-1 against Lambeth which the Wildcats were the only team in the tournament to score on Lambeth. Hats off to the coaching staff for having the girls prepared to compete, and all the parents in making it such a fun and enjoyable weekend.

Oct 24 - Congratulations to our PCB girls for going undefeated and winning the Gold Medal in the Clarington Apple Fest Tournament

Oct 20 - Congrats to the Bantam C team who went undefeated in the Pink the Rink Etobicoke Tournament Oct 17-20, 2014. The girls won 5 straight games to bring home gold. Great Job!

Sep 23 - Congratulations to a well prepared Atom competitive C WildCat team who banged out 5 undefeated games -in round robin and semi final play until they ran into a strong Nepean B team in the Finals, on route to capturing a silver medal this past weekend at the Oshawa Lady Generals Fall Classic Atom B Division tournament. Coaching Staff and parents are very proud of the girls’ resilient and tenacious play to kick off the 2014/15 campaign!

Sep 23 - Congrats to the Novice Competitive B team who were finalists in the Markam Stouffville Starsfest tournament this past weekend. They finished the round robin with 3 wins scoring 28 goals with only 4 against. They managed a 1-0 win in the semis but lost the finals 2-1 to the host team in a closely contested game. They played their hearts out all weekend, and made their coaches and parents proud.

Sep 23 - Congrats to the PCAs for winning the Markham-Stoufville Starsfest tournament to kick off the season. The girls provided plenty of dramatics with two comeback wins, final minute penalty kills and shootout victories in the quarters and the finals. Best of all was the girls desire to rally around a teammate. Great start ladies!

Sep 22 - A great day in Oshawa at the Fall Classic Tournament for the Atom AA team as they brought home gold. It was a hard fought win against a tough Durham team that had beaten the Wildcats the day before. The Wildcats goaltending duo had three tournament shutouts, supported by shutdown defence and a relentless offence. Hats off to the coaching staff in preparing the team for a tough a opponent and proving teamwork overcomes all.

Sep 22 - Nepean Wildcats Atom Competitive B Team Brings Home Gold! Congratulations to Kallie, Macy, Leigh, Ella, Corinne, Kyra, Mia, Skylar, Taylor, Annie, Hannah, Chiara, Avery, Sofia, Alexandra, Emily and Daphnée who competed in the Oshawa Lady Generals 15th Annual Fall Classic Competitive Hockey Tournament on September 19-21, 2014. The Competitive B team went undefeated in the round robin, continued their winning streak in the semi finals and most importantly, won the championship game against their Wildcat Sisters Atom Competitive C Team who also had a great showing in the tournament. The coaches, manager, staff, parents and family are very proud of their hard work and great sportsmanship they demonstrated this past weekend. What a great way to start off the hockey season!

Sep 14 - The Midget AA Nepean Wildcats competed in the 10th Annual Stoney Creek Midget Showcase Tournament from 5-7 Sept 2014. After going 1-1-1 in the round robin, they were undefeated in the playoff rounds, capping the Black Division championship with a 7-0 victory over Durham West LIghtning. Very well done ladies.

Aug 25 - Nepean Jr. Wildcats Lindsay Eastwood ,Josiane Pozzebon and Sam Cogan on Making U18 Team Canada Summer Series vs. USA. The girls helped Canada defeat the USA 2 games to 1.


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