The game of female hockey has been played for more than 100 years and has been growing exponentially since 1990, the year of the first official women’s world championship. Today, it is one of the fastest-growing sports in the world.
At Nanaimo Minor Hockey our mission statement is to promote sportsmanship, fair competition, development and safety for minor hockey players of all skill levels.
The Nanaimo Minor Hockey Association is proud to support a recreational female division. Currently, the all-female teams have players in atom/peewee and bantam/midget. Here is your opportunity to play a great sport with your peers where you will develop your skills, play competitive hockey, make friends for life, and have fun!
For registration information please check out our website: https://hockeynanaimo.com/parents-players/registration/
Any questions or inquiries can be directed the female director at email@example.com or by phone at 250-754-5010
VIAHA has announced changes to the Tier 1 program for the Midget, Bantam & Peewee Competitive Teams.
Please see attached information regarding these changes.
If you are already registered for tryouts in NMHA you do not need to do anything, this is information for you.
If you wish to be registered for tryouts and are from Nanaimo, please contact the office by Aug. 1!
Bodychecking clinic will be July 22 &/or Aug. 18, please contact this office if you plan on attending.
Nanaimo tryouts will begin on Aug. 18th…
Female players/goaltenders wishing to try out you can only try out for 1 team, either a Tier 1 Competitive team or a Female Regional A team, not both.
Players/goaltenders wishing to only tryout for the Tier 2 or Tier 3(see note**) teams should contact the office to let us know you will not attend the Tier 1 tryouts.
** Tier 3 teams will be based on numbers and skill and may not be available this season.
Looking forward to a great season.
Glenn Cook, Competitive Director
Please fill in our Recreational Coach form found on our Coach/Manager page:
Please note that ALL bench staff including managers & safety persons, must have completed Respect in Sport – Volunteer, Concussion Awareness Training, and a Criminal Record Check, prior to stepping out on the ice or in the dressing room or helping with the team. If you are uncertain how to obtain this, please contact the office.