Welcome to Temiskaming Shores Minor Hockey Association - Home of the Puckhounds
Posted by Nat Popkie, Posted: Fri May 22, 2020 @ 2:46 PM

A message from the TSMHA President


I hope that everyone is coping and dealing well with the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic and all are healthy. I have a couple of things that I wanted to share with you all from the Association’s perspective.

Firstly, we are currently planning and preparing for a hockey season this upcoming 2020-2021 year.  We are in the process of getting our online registration system up and running and when it’s operational we will let you know via Facebook and on our website.  

Secondly, TSMHA was looking at purchasing new jersey’s for the entire Association from U9 to U18 programs. Unfortunately due to the current state of the economy and the COVID-19 pandemic in relation to all our sponsors and general participants, we felt it would be more responsible to put that project on hold at least for this season.  We have set aside the funds that were previously raised to tackle this exciting purchase and will plan for this in the coming year once the economy is in a bit better position.  This way we can continue to fundraise and seek out potential additional partnerships to assist us with this massive endeavour. 

Coaching applications for travel teams have closed and we will decide as an executive on when we will make those decisions. Thanks to all who submitted their interest in coaching.  Applications for house league coaches will be open at a later date.

I would ask that everyone keep tuning into the Facebook page and website where we will post information received from the NOHA, OHF and Hockey Canada as it becomes available.  

I look forward to seeing everyone at the arena during the coming season, whatever the season will look like. 

Thank you

Derek Shillinglaw 
President - TSMHA

News: Esso Fun Days Are Comming Back To Temiskaming Shores
Posted by Web Administrator, Last Updated: Sat Feb 8, 2020




Temiskaming Shores Minor Hockey is once again excited to partner with ESSO and Hockey Canada to provide a great opportunity to introduce the great game of hockey to females who have not yet tried the sport.

Esso Fun Days is designed to familiarize beginners to female hockey and its basic skills at no cost to the first-time participant. The focus of the program is to introduce hockey in a FUN, POSITIVE and NON-THREATENING environment.

Six FREE ice sessions for beginners:

First ice time will be during the March 21st weekend.

Remaining ice times will be announced soon.

Players are required to have all the proper safety equipment and will be provided with an ESSO hockey jersey.

Please visit the Temiskaming Shores Minor Hockey Facebook page for a link to registration and more information.


News: Puckhound Kaia Kellar Selected to represent OWHA at Women's Global Game
Posted by Web Administrator, Last Updated: Fri Feb 7, 2020

From the NOHA:

Letter to Associations - Discriminatory Slurs.pdf




40 countries. 50 hours. ONE game around the world.

Kaia Kellar from the One Stop for U Bantam B Puckhounds was selected to represent the OWHA during the upcoming IIHFGlobal Girls Game. Players  were asked to submit essay style responses to various questions relating to hockey and how female hockey has impacted their life. 

The IIHF Global Girls’ Game is a celebration connecting countries from all over the world in a single effort to showcase women’s hockey. Over two-and-a-half days, 40 countries will host one-hour games in succession.

Each participating country identifies players that will represent Team Blue and Team White. As the game wraps up in one federation, it picks up in the next with the score continuing to grow. As the game surges on, girls from all over the world are united as teammates!

In Canada, the 2020 IIHF Global Girls Game is scheduled for Feb. 8, 2020 in St. John’s, N.L. Forty U15 players from across Canada will travel to St. John’s for a weekend full of activities including experiencing the unique culture of Newfoundland and Labrador, empowerment activities through sport and the Global Girls’ Game itself.

This is the second year in a row that the bantam Puckhounds have been fortunate enough to have a player selected to the team, in 2019 Kaitlin Thibault was selected to attend the event in Calgary.

Congratulations Kaia, have fun you are are great representative for your team association and the OWHA. 

Posted by Web Administrator, Last Updated: Sun Oct 20, 2019




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Posted by Web Administrator, Last Updated: Thu Feb 7, 2019

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News: Goaltender Coaching Clinic
Posted by Nat Popkie, Posted: Fri Dec 6, 2019

Coaching Clinic for Goaltending! Please see the links below for more information

NOHA Goaltender Coaching Clinic - Background I.pdf

NOHA Goaltender Coaching Clinic - Instructor E.pdf

Letter - NOHA Goaltender Coaching Instructors.pdf

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