The George Bell Hockey Association prides itself on providing a safe and fun hockey experience for players, families, and officials. In fact, it is the responsibility of this entire George Bell community to ensure this remains so. For a hockey association the size of George Bell (second largest House League program in Toronto), it is…

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The GBHA is ahead of the game when it comes to implementing Hockey Canada’s move to cross-ice hockey for its youngest players. This weekend was the first using our new Cross Ice Board System for our Novice Division House League. The boards allow two cross ice games to be played simultaneously – or to have…

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http://www.hockeycanada.ca/en-ca/news/2017-coach-policy-puts-emphasis-on-development   New policy mandates cross-ice and half-ice hockey for Initiation-aged players March 27, 2017 Hockey Canada wants all of Canada on the same page when it comes to the delivery of its Initiation Program – traditionally a player’s first brush with organized hockey at the ages of five and six. Although the Initiation Program…

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Our George Bell Tykes recently took to the ice at the ACC.  The group skated between periods at the Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Montreal Canadiens game on January 7, 2017.  Highlight attached!  Tykes at ACC.    

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Under a new ruling by the Ontario Hockey Federation, one parent of every minor hockey player is required to take the Respect in Sport Parent Program before September 1, 2016.  This course is mandatory to have the Player’s registration approved. The cost of taking the program is $12 plus tax and is paid directly on-line when…

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The GBHA was named the NYHL 2015-2016 GRAND CHAMPION with the most Select Team Tier Championship Wins! There’s a shiny new Gold Banner for us to hang at the arena.  The 2015-2016 season saw 18 of our Select Teams make the Semi-Final Round with 8 of those teams making the Finals and 5 winning their…

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As a parent or spectator: 1. I will not force my child to participate in sports. 2. I will remember that children participate to have fun and that the game is for youth, not adults. 3. I will inform the coach of any physical disability or ailment that may affect the safety of my child…

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