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Northern Ontario will be well represented by players from the North Bay area in this year’s version of Team NOHA which will participate in the OHL Cup which takes place March 13th to 19th in Toronto.
The North Bay Minor Midget AAA Trappers, which finished on top in the three-team minor midget division of the Great North Midget League, has eight players including goaltender Reece Proulx, defencemen Ben Brunette, Pacey Schleuting, and Cole Goode, along with forwards Jack Stockfish, Jesse Kirkby, Joe Jordan and David Campbell.
Callander’s Ethan Masson, who plays on the Minor Midget AAA Wolves was also selected as part of the 19-player roster.
Team NOHA is coached by former Nipissing Lakers assistant coach Richard Rochefort and the team itself was assembled by Matt Rabideau, who is the Assistant General Manager and Director of Player Development with the North Bay Battalion.
Rabideau and his team evaluated the northern players through a number of events throughout the season including the Under-15 camp in August, the OMHA Eastern AAA Showcase back in December.
The players were also scouted and evaluated during the Great North Midget League season.
Team NOHA will also compete at the OHL Gold Cup in May, which is the first step in Hockey Canada’s Program of Excellence, the Program that concludes with the World Junior Hockey Championship.
Story courtesy Baytoday.ca
North Bay & District AAA Trappers Hockey Association Accepting Applications For Head Coaching Positions For 2018-19 Season.
The North Bay & District AAA Trappers hockey association is accepting applications for the following head coaching positions for the 2018-19 season:
Minor Peewee AAA
Major Peewee AAA
Minor Bantam AAA
Major Bantam AAA
Minor Midget AAA
Major Midget AAA
All Head Coaches Minor Bantam to Major Midget will be required to take the Hockey Canada High Performance 1 Coaching Certification.
Deadline for applications is Thursday, March 1st, 2018. Spring Tryouts will begin in April with location and times still to be determined.
Coaching applications can be found attached to this notice.
North Bay & District Trappers Hockey Association
225C Fisher St
North Bay, ON
The document 2018-19_Coaching_Application.pdf was attached to this post.
Please note that a Special General Meeting of the Members of the North Bay and District Trappers Hockey Association has been called for Monday, February 12th, 2018 at 7 PM at the West Ferris Arena Auditorium, 42 Gertrude St., E., North Bay ON.
The pupose of the meeting is to amend By-Law No 1, Article 7.6 in accordance with Schedule A (see attached document for official notice of meeting and Schedule A).
Posted by order of the Board of Directors of the North Bay and District Trappers Hockey Associaton
The document SpecialGeneralMeeting_021218.pdf was attached to this post.
City Holding Public Information Session On Replacement Of West Ferris Arena - Thursday, September 28th
The City Of North Bay is hosting a public information session on Thursday, September 28th at 7 pm at the Discovery North Bay Museum, Pacific Room to discuss options regarding the replacement of the West Ferris Arena.
The Board of Directors of the North Bay and District Trappers Hockey Association supports the replacement of the current West Ferris Arena with a multi-pad, multi-sport facility to be located adjacent to Memorial Gardens, and feel use of this site in a multi-pad and sport senario would render efficiencies beneficial to all users and the city,. At the same time, such a facility would create a positive environment to promote the city for regional, provincial and national events.
The Board encourages all parents to attend this meeting to support the development of a new facility, however, the Board would also welcome signed letters of support from parents with children registered with the NBDTHA to be presented by the Association.
The North Bay Nipissing Reader Minor Peewee AAA Trappers came away with a 2-2 record over the weekend during an exhibition series against a pair of AAA teams from Central Ontario.
The Trappers, who hosted the games at Memorial Gardens, opened with a 5-2 loss at the hands of the Central Ontario Wolves and then were dumped 4-1 by the North Central Predators in their two Saturday contests.
The Trappers rebounded on Sunday morning as they beat the Central Ontario Wolves 8-5. Nate Gravelle finished with three goals, while Masen Wray contributed two goals in the win.
Then on Sunday afternoon, the Trappers snuck by the Predators 3-1.
Trappers head coach John Couch was pleased with how the late August event unfolded for the young team which competed in its first AAA games as a team.
“This was a prelude to our AAA tourney in October,” said Couch.
“Everyone at Memorial Gardens was fantastic to deal with, and all the out of town teams were very impressed.”