ALEXANDRIA DISTRICT MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION

 

AGM is May/12/2014 at 7pm upstairs at the arena

If you are interested in attending or have any questions, please contact kevtincraig@gmail.com 

Have a fun and Safe summer, see you all in the fall 

Sponsors 

Novice B LSLMH 2013-14 

CHAMPIONS 

 Novice B LSLMH Champion 2013-2014 

Goalie Amelie Brunet

1st row :Mikael Lampron, Braeden Hay, Donavin Levert, Marc-Olivier McCarthy, Derek Larocque, Maxime Ménard

2nd row: Alexandre McDonald, Zacharie Lafrance, Jack Suter, Zeph Lajoie, Kael Cameron

Coach Eric McCarthy

Assistant Coach Daniel Brunet

Trainer Alain Larocque

 Missing from picture Assistant Coach Anik Hagen-Menard

Juvenile Glens Win Season

(22-2-0) 

Novice C1 "A" CHAMPS in Vankleek HIll Tournament  

The Novice C1 were  the Vankleek Hill tournament Champions on Feb. 2nd.  They defeated Vankleek Hill, Nepean and in then Embrun C2 in the'A' finals.

Congratulations Novice C1 

Minor Hockey Night in Alexandria 

Annual Bantam-Midget Tournament 

A Great Success

 This past weekend the bantam and midget Glens house teams hosted their annual tournament. The ADMHA would like to thank all teams for entering and for giving us three great days of hockey. We would also like to thank all the volunteers who made this weekend possible.

      

Novice Hockey takes over Alexandria this Past weekend 

This past weekend the Novice B, C1 and C2 hosted two tournaments. On Saturday December 7th The Novice C1 and C2 held their home tournament. It was a great success the Glens C1 and Glens C2 met in the "B" finals with the C1 Glens winning the match up, The "A" champions of the day where the Clarence Novice Castors.

On Sunday the Novice B Glens hosted there annual home tournament with a day full of great hockey, The Novice B Glens made it all the way to to the Finals where they faced of against the Embrun Novice Panthers, unfortunately the Panthers prevailed in that game making them the "A" champs of the tournament. On the "B" side of the tournament the Hawkesbury Novice Hawks beat Russel to be named the "B" champs of the tournament.

The ADMHA would like to thank all teams for participating in this weekend of great hockey and fun, and would also like to thank all the volunteers for making this possible.

 Glengarry Product gets traded from London Knights to Belleville Bulls

Glengarrian Remi Elie has been traded to the Belleville bulls on Wednesday October 9th, for overeager Brady Austin, AMHA is very proud of Remi's achievement and wishes him best of luck in Belleville.

                     Is ADMHA’s future in peril?

 A shortage of volunteers for board positions of the Alexandria District Minor Hockey Association has left two current officials worried about the future.

President Kevin Craig and treasurer Dan Brunet told The News on Monday that boh of them will be leaving the ADMHA board at the end of the 2013-14 season, as they will have served four and seven years respectively. They say that likely the board will lose several others as well, with those terms up too.

As it stands now, however, there are no individuals who have expressed interest in joining the ADMHA board, and that is what is most worrisome for Craig and Brunet.

As they put it, there is an urgent need for community volunteers to step up, particularly parents of the younger hockey players just starting out as they are more likely to be able to stay involved for some years ahead.

Ideally, candidates will come on board now, perhaps shadowing the current president and treasurer to learn the ropes before taking on the positions for the following season.

Brunet is determined to see the association continue strong, providing “a safe place for kids to play hockey.”

The next meeting of the ADMHA board is scheduled for Aug. 6. The board consists of 15 members in all, and is bolstered by other volunteers on sub-committees.

There is work to do year-round, including a monthly board meeting and the spring AGM, in addition to the duties of the position.

A need also exists for volunteers to help with projects such as fundraising.

Some boards have resorted to paid positions to get work done. In the case of the ADMHA, there are two such paid job: ice scheduler and webmaster.

For a small association with 225 children registered (based on 2012-13 numbers), “we are not in position to pay any more board members,” notes treasurer Brunet.

The bottom line for the ADMHA is the need for more volunteers; the very survival of the association could be at stake otherwise.

To get enquire further and get involved, go online to www.alexandriaminorhockey.com and contact president Craig or treasurer Brunet.

Registration reminder

There is still time to register your child to play in the ADMHA for the 2013-14 season.

The early-bird deadline is Aug. 1, and all registrations received by that date will be entered into a draw to receive one of four prizes of a free registration.


Sean Bray

The Glengarry News 

This year winners of free registration are:

IP-Jacob Castonguay

Atom- Rowan McPherson

Peewee- Aiden Papps

Bantam- Craig Van Loon

Congratulations 

House league coaching applications will be accepted until 6pm Wednesday September 18th. Please send an email to:

nathtiloup@hotmail.com

Former ADMHA Player Gets Selected in NHL Draft 40th Overall by the Dallas Stars

Way to go Remi on your hard work and good luck in your hockey career!!

WANTED

ADMHA is looking for responsible, mature, Referees who have great hockey knowledge and are willing to put in alot of refereeing hours this season

If interested please e-mail RIC jay_leafs15@hotmail.com

AMHA wraps up another successful year   

The Alexandria Minor Hockey would like to thank all of the volunteers that helped contribute to this years success. All Coaches and players represented the Association with class both on and off the ice. A big thanks goes out to our new ice scheduler, Lori Sabourin, for all of the hard work she put into this season along with The Glengarry Sports Palace arena staff for making each game both fair and equal with quality ice. Additionally, a big thanks goes out to the Associations Board for all of the time and volunteering that made it such a successful year.The awards night date will be posted shortly.

Go GLENS Go

 

Novice B win "ANOTHER" tournament 

 


 In Prescott this past weekend (feb. 15-18). The Novice B Glens participated in a 24 team tournament.

The Glens first game was against HRS Hawks defeating them by a score of 10-0. The Glens then went on to play the Smith Falls Bears beating them by a score of 3-1, Next the Glens faced off against the Carleton Place Kings, Keeping with there winning ways that blew past the Kings with a score of 12-0, They were an amazing 25-1 GF/GA in round robin play.

In the quarter-finals a 3-0 win over the Brockville Jr. Braves put the Glens in the semi finals were they played the Smith Falls Bears again this time they managed to score 1 more goal then there last meeting beating them 4-1 which sent the glens to the finals to play against the Embrun Panthers, but the Panthers were no match for the Novice B Glens, The Glens ended up winning there 4th tournament this year with a final score over the Panthers 5-0.
 

ADMHA has great year in season standings! 

 Midget B1             2nd                 Atom Rep            2nd

Midget B2             3rd                  Atom B                  2nd

Bantam Rep        1st                  Atom C                  6th 

Bantam C             4th                 Novice B               1st

Peewee Rep        1st                 Novice C1             1st

Peewee C            1st                  Novice C2            2nd

Congratulations to all teams this year on there success and especially to our five 1st place finishers, good job coaches, players, parents and everyone who made this season a great success, good luck in the playoffs. 

Peewee Rep team takes tournament in Arnprior  

 On Feb 2-3, the Peewee B rep team, coach by Luc Sabourin traveled to Arnprior to take part in a 12 team tournament.

Game 1 vs NGS Glens won 5-0   MVP:  Jérémy Quesnel

Game 2 vs Valley Storm Glens won 8-2  MVP:  Lochlan MacDonald

Game 3 vs Athens Glens won 5-1  MVP:  Maximus Sabourin ''G''

Through the round robin of the tournament the Glens did quite well out scoring there opponents 18-3 winning all 3 games.

Finals: Game 4 vs Renfrew Glens won 5-3  MVP:  Mathieu Sabourin.

It was a very close game, it was 2-0 after the first period for the Glens, Goals coming from  Mathieu Sabourin & Jérémy Quesnel. After the second period it was 3-3, Jérémy Quesnel scored the 3rd goal, then in the third at 5:52 left Alexandre Lalonde scored the winning goal & Jérémy Quesnel scored his 3rd goal and 5th for the glens with 0:31 left.

It was points per period, 2 points per period & a total of 3 points for a win for a total of 9 points per game.


Glens logo spotted in the South Pole 

 This is Brent Este, the father of Peewee C forward Alexander Este, Brent has traveled all the way down to the south pole representing the Glens logo on his touque. Go Glens Go!!

 

Atom B Glens "A" Champs in Russel this past weekend  

The Atom B Glens coached by Allan Boisvenue participated in the Atom B Russell tournament this past week end (Jan 18, 19 & 20) without losing one game. "The kids played very well as a team and worked extremely hard" said coach Boisvenue
 
Game one: Beat Ottawa Centre 6-2;
Game two: Beat Leitrim Hawks 6-1;
Game three: Tied Ottawa South End 1-1;
 
This put the Atom B Glens in 1st place in their pool.
 

On Sunday they played and defeated Dollard des Ormeaux 8-1 (semi finals) and then went on to beat North Dundas 3-2 in the finals to win the "A" championship. 

Coach Sauve victorious in past four tournaments!!

This past weekend Coach Sauve went for tournament win number 4 as Alexandria traveled to Brockville for a Novice B Tournament a weekend  results are as followed:

-first game 6-0 vs south grenville

-second game 9-0 vs smith falls

-third game 4-0 vs embrun

-Semi Finals 4-0 vs long sault

-Finals 11-0 vs rockland

Novice B goaltender Dylan Lauzon earned 5 shutouts as the team had a 32-0 margin over the span of 5 game!

A few weeks back Alexandria hosted a novice tournament. Although all teams played very well the Alexandria Novice B came out victorious again putting Sauve's tournament win column to three

On the weekend of November 16-18 Patrick Sauve and his Peewee "C" team traveled to Russel to participate in the Russel Warriors Peewee C house tournament.

The Peewee "C" team went on to win the tournament, but Sauve wasn't done with his winning ways quite yet. Just 1 week later Patrick and his Novice B team traveled to St.Isidore to win the Novice B tournament.

Congratulation to Patrick, his coaching staffs and his players. 

 Remi Elie: 2013 NHL Draft Prospect                              30/10/12

Green Valley native Remi Elie who has played some of his minor hockey in Alexandria is turning some heads at the professional level says head scout Ryan Yessie of hockeyprospect.com. You can read all about Remi's success at http://www.hockeyprospect.com/2013-nhl-draft/remi-elie-2013-nhl-draft-prospect

Chris Finnerty Hosts Bantam B practice                        26/10/12

On October 13,2012 Chris Frinnerty held a practice for the Bantam B rep team, Chris played professional hockey in the united states and Europe for close to 15 years, Since then he has devotes his life to helping kids succeed not only as a hockey player but as people, Chris has mentored players who've went on to play in the NCAA, OHL CIS Ranks and even the NHL. If anyone is interested in acquiring Chris to run one of there practices please visit his website www.chrisfinnerty.ca


Or Contact Gillis Nadeau