The 16th Annual Northern Hockey School in Smithers is running this year for two weeks, Aug 6-10th and Aug 12-16th. Players can participate in one or both weeks. It is split into 3 groups for kids born between 2005-2012. It has been at capacity over the past 5+ years.

Speciality camps focusing on power skating, defense, and goal scoring will run each week.

Registrations can be completed through our
Following completion of the form, your responses will be emailed to you (may be in junk mail). In order to reserve your child’s spot, the registration form needs to be completed and submitted online, and accompanied by a $100 dollar deposit.

Looking forward to seeing you at the 16th Annual Northern Hockey School. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.

Isaac Davies
(250) 877-9498

A message from our President:
This year I have had very limited personal time and in the past very limited participation when putting on the yearly meeting for sportsmanship in the stands.
Therefore I am doing it via email and hopefully everyone can read it at their leisure.
BC Hockey has mandated that every parent is aware of their program and that our MHA has locker room policies etc.
BC Hockey has a whole presentation available on their webpage in power point and also video that you can access.  Please follow the link provided:  Sportsmanship in the stands
In short BC hockey wants to let every parent and spectator know that we are to remember these are children playing and many times children refereeing the games.  Please let them have fun and play the game.  A child must be the one wanting to play this sport… Continue reading

Good Day Volunteers,


Who’s excited to get back on the ice with the kids?!


Please see attached link to BC Hockey in regards to the Respect in Sport (RIS), Concussion awareness (CATT) and Safety Clinic (HCSP). Just to clarify all volunteers require RIS and CATT.   Just safety representatives are required to do the HCSP course.  Please submit your receipts to Mike Forward KMHA Treasurer –


BC Hockey website for courses:


To further your certification on becoming a KMHA volunteer, you must complete a criminal record check. Criminal record checks are now available online. We are asking that all volunteers get their Criminal Record Checks done every season, again no cost to you!


See link below




All your efforts are greatly appreciated. If you have any questions or concerns… Continue reading