It is that time of year again…the South Stormont executive had our AGM and we are planning for next year’s season, and the in person registration dates are as follows:
June 4th – from 6pm to 7:30pm at the arena
June 6th – from 10am to noon at the arena
July 9th – from 5pm -8pm
July 30 – from 5pm -8pm
***July 30th will be the last in person registration before the early bird deadline. While the early bird deadline is August 1st, as it has always been, the arena will be closed for the long weekend, from Friday, July 31 to Tuesday morning, August 2. You will not be able to submit registration at the arena during that time.
The South Stormont Selects Novice B1 team won their second gold medal of the season at the Arnprior hockey tournament. “What a way to finish a picture perfect season”, said Coach Ken McLeod. “The boys played their hearts out in the 16 team tourney, playing 5 games in 2 days”, added McLeod.
Hockey Canada recently launched the Century Tour to commemorate its 100th anniversary. A 20,000-square-foot interactive hockey experience caravan will visit approximately 100 communities across Canada. The #CenturyTour launched in Ottawa on July 1, 2014 and has since criss-crossed the country, wrapping up at the end of May 2015. Hockey Canada’s goal is to engage more than one million fans over the course of the year.
On Friday January 23, it arrives at the Long Sault Arena as part of the 2015 Jimmy MacDonell Atom Winter Classic. Hours are as follows:
- Friday January 23, 4-8PM
- Saturday January 24, 11AM-7PM
- Sunday January 25, 10AM-4PM
Click here for more information on the event in Long Sault.
Fans visiting the #CenturyTour will be immersed in the excitement, history and energy that is Canadian hockey, including a state-of-the-art interactive timeline of milestone hockey moments and artifacts, on-ice experiences on a one-third scale synthetic ice rink, programs and activities specifically developed for kids, families and newcomers to the game, and a celebration of both Team Canada and local community hockey leaders.