Program Details (Georgina Girls Hockey Association)

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Georgina Girls Hockey Program

Welcome to Georgian Girls Hockey Association(GGHA)!  We have been providing hockey programs for girls ages 6-17 in Georgina Ontario since 1994.  As part of Lower Lakes Hockey Association and the Ontario Women's Hockey Association (OWHA) our programs provide girls of different ages and abilities the opportunity to learn, play and compete in Canada’s national sport. 

Players not only learn to master new skills like skating and puck control, they learn about teamwork, make new friendships, improve their fitness, build self-esteem, and most of all, they have FUN!  There is no body checking allowed in girls’ hockey. 

Our House League divisions include Novice (Born 2010 - 2012), Atom (Born 2008-2009), Peewee (Born 2006-2007), Bantam (Born 2004-2005), and Midget (Born 2001-2003).  No previous hockey experience is necessary. 

For the 2018 / 2019 season, we are also offering REP hockey at the Atom, Peewee Bantam and Midget levels.   

The season runs from September to March.  Most house divisions typically have 2 ice times per week which are scheduled on weekends.  There are no before-school ice times.  Special, skill development sessions are also provided to both players and goalies.  Rep. hockey will have a higher level of training and commitment.     

Registration is open from mid-June to August, so please register early to avoid being on a waiting list.  To register, go to the Registration tab at the top of this page.

Divisions

Novice: Born 2010, 2011, 2012

This next level is still designed for beginners. The program is progressive in nature and it is designed to build love for the game, personal and team skills, knowledge of hockey and coordination.

  • Skating forward and backward, stopping starting, turning
  • Stopping starting, turning
  • Puck handling
  • Basic hockey rules
  • Basic hockey strategy
  • Recreational fun games
  • Builds friendships and teamwork
  • Shooting and passing
  • Player does not have to know how to skate
  • Player does not have to have completed Tyke, they can join right in.

Atom: Born 2008, 2009

Atom is designed to build basic hockey skills and is progressively planned by coaches to move players from basic to competitive as they personally improve.  This level builds progressive skills and starts to focus on increased game competition and individual and team skill development.

  • More advanced skating skills, speed, endurance, edge control
  • Puck handling
  • Basic hockey rules
  • Competitive hockey strategy
  • Shooting and passing
  • Fitness
  • Home and away games
  • Builds friendships and teamwork
  • Score keeping
  • Tournaments
  • Players can still join this level if they are beginners as players are placed according to their experience on recreational or more competitive teams (depending on their skills).

Peewee: Born 2006, 2007

Pee Wee is designed to build hockey skills and planned to be progressive in development by coaches.  This level caters to both players who want to play recreationally and those that want to play competitively.

  • More advanced skating skills, speed, endurance, edge control
  • Puck handling
  • Hockey rules
  • Competitive hockey strategies
  • Shooting and passing
  • Fitness
  • Home and away games
  • Builds friendships and teamwork
  • Score keeping
  • Tournaments
  • Players can still join this level if they are beginners as players are placed according to their experience on recreational or more competitive teams (depending on their skills).

Bantam: Born 2004, 2005

Bantam is designed to progressively improve personal and team hockey skills for early teen girls.  This level caters to both players who want to play recreationally and those that want to play competitively.

  • More advanced skating skills, speed, endurance, edge control
  • Puck handling
  • Hockey rules
  • Competitive hockey strategies
  • Shooting and passing
  • Fitness
  • Home and away games
  • Builds friendships and teamwork
  • Tournaments
  • Players can still join this level if they are beginners as players are placed according to their experience on recreational or more competitive teams (depending on their skills).

Midget: Born 2001, 2002, 2003

Midget is designed for improving personal and team hockey skills and strategies and is progressively planned by coaches.  This level is for players who want to play recreationally and those that want to play competitively.

  • Advanced skating skills, speed, endurance, edge control
  • Puck handling
  • Hockey rules
  • Competitive hockey strategies
  • Shooting and passing
  • Fitness
  • Home and away games
  • Builds friendships and teamwork
  • Tournaments
  • Players can still join this level if they are beginners as players are placed according to their experience on recreational or more competitive teams (depending on their skills).
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