PO Box 35057
963 Henderson Hwy
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R2K 2M3




















  Nick Slywka Memorial Award
June 6th, 2017

The Nick Slywka Awards were presented this year by Nick's wife: Maureen Slywka, Nick's daughter: Lynn Sabeski, and our Referee-In_Chief: John Macdonald.

Most Promising Official: Randi Kuryk

Most Improved Official: Liam Slukynsky                 Most Deserving Official: Kailee Anderson

 




  Canadian Tire First Shift - Register Now!
June 7th, 2017

Registration is now open for Canadian Tire First Shift Programs in Winnipeg.

The First Shift program is a joint effort between Canadian Tire, Bauer, Hockey Canada and local Hockey Associations to give kids between the ages of 6 and 10 an opportunity to get started in Hockey. The program is focused on skill development and fun. With a coach to player ratio of 1:4, kids will have a great first experience with Hockey. The program includes 6 weeks of on-ice programming and head-to-toe Hockey equipment for the low price of $199.

To find First Shift programs in Winnipeg and to register online, please visit: http://www.firstshift.ca




  Predators AA Program Seeking Applicants for 2017-2018
April 4th, 2017

The North-East Predators organization is now accepting applications for the 2017-18 season for all ages, Peewee, Bantam and Midget.

The deadline  for applications will be June 1st.  Coaching applicants that are considered will be contacted the first week of June for interviews.

When applying, please list your first and second preferences for consideration, as there are no assurances that you will be offered your first preference.

Coaches need to list their potential assistant coaches as they too are subject to the approval of the Coaches Selection Committee.  Coaches should consider what assistants they are bringing to the program as the objective is to develop future coaches, as well.

Coaches applying must have at minimum the Coach Level certification and Respect in Sport or Speak-Out course.  Coaches selected will also require a current Police Check and Child Abuse Registry Check prior to the start of tryouts.

Applications are available here and submitted to our Development Director, Guy Burr or mailed to

River East Minor Hockey Association
963 Henderson Hwy
PO Box 35057
Winnipeg, MB R2K 2M0
Canada

 



  Hockey Winnipeg Lifetime Achievement Award
April 27th, 2017

Hockey Winnipeg is proud to announce Garth Nolan, Past President of River East Minor Hockey Association as our newest Life Member, recognizing an outstanding commitment to the sport of hockey in the city of Winnipeg. Garth (center) is flanked by President, Chris Hall and Life Member, Tom Wilson.

Garth has been a tireless volunteer at both the community club and minor hockey level for over 40 years.  The Executive and the families of River East Minor would like to congratulate Garth on this great achievement and for his service to the community. 




  River East Minor Hockey 2016-17 Season Reports
April 17th, 2017

The REMHA Executive have provided the following Year End reports to recap the 2016-2017 hockey season:

 



REMHA 4x4 Camps for 2017
April 7th, 2017

REMHA is offering a 4x4 Camp this summer for male and female players at Gateway Recreation Centre.

Dates:      Starts August 21/2017
Location: Gateway Recreation Centre

  Male Female
Age 11-14 11-16
Hours 5 5
Fees $140.00 $140.00

**Note: Each player will receive a 4x4 jersey.

Registration forms are available here

Registration and payments must be received by August 15th.  You can mail or drop them off directly at our PO Box in the PharmaCare at P.O. Box 35057, 963 Henderson Hwy.

For further information, please contact our Development Director, Guy Burr.




  Notice To Players and Parents
March 1st, 2017

All “A” Male / Co-ed Hockey Teams will be “ROYALS”

Commencing with the 2017 – 18 season, all A1, A2, and A3 players will play under the Royals banner regardless of which category you play in the “ A “ system. This move by the Association follows a trend in the City of Winnipeg where the majority of the Area Associations have or are implementing similar changes concurrently. As a result of this change the policies relative to the Royals program on our web site will apply across the board for “A” hockey. This will increase the administrative duties falling to the Association and we will be updating the web site over the next few months as we work through all details of the change.

The “House League” programs will remain the responsibility of the Community Centres and of course their involvement in the program and the assignment of teams for outdoor ice remain paramount to the success of the programs at all levels & categories.

REMHA Executive




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2017-18 Coaching Applicants

Applications are available here.

Please visit our Development Section for further information.


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