News and Announcements

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KidSport Tri-Cities is holding their highly anticipated and Amazing Used Sporting Goods Sale:

Saturday, August 20th, from 10am until 1pm
Coquitlam Main Arena
Poirier Sport and Leisure Complex
633 Poirier Ave.
Admission is by donation or item for the SHARE Food Bank

*Open to everyone! * If you or your family is in to sports, we will save you money! A huge variety of High Quality used sporting goods at incredible prices. Everything from bikes and hockey gear to fitness equipment and wetsuits and everything in between. You can outfit a child for hockey (including skates and a helmet) for $100. Lacrosse (including a stick and helmet) for $90. Plus, there’s no tax. All proceeds go to subsidize registration fees for kids from lower income families. More than 1,400 people attended last year…YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS THIS SALE!

To make this event a huge success KidSport needs equipment! Families are encouraged to donate and drop off their used sporting goods of any kind from August 10 – 19 at the following locations:

  • _Port Coquitlam Rec Centre
  • Port Moody Rec Centre
  • Poirier Sport and Leisure Complex_

If you have used equipment taking up space in your garage or basement, this is a great opportunity to free up some space, donate the equipment (including bikes) and make a great contribution to our community. Please remember to also come by the sale for some amazing deals!

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Chris Wilson, KidSport Tri-Cities
Phone: 604-341-0241
Email: cwilson630@gmail.com
www.kidsporttricities.ca

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PMAHA has been selected to host The First Shift – a program put on by Hockey Canada and Bauer (http://www.thefirstshift.ca/), wherein children in the H2-H4 age range (6-10 yrs old) who have never registered with an amateur hockey association before (new to minor hockey) are eligible to be outfitted in all new Bauer hockey gear (helmets, skates, etc.) and partake in 6 ice sessions for one cost of $199. The welcome event is scheduled for Oct. 6th and should atttract kids from Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge as well as kids in PoMo locally. Ice times will need to be provided by PMAHA but is subsidized by the program. Volunteers both on-ice and off will be required. Coordination of the program will be handled by PMAHA second VP, Allen Wales. More details will be posted and shared as the planning of the event develops.

PMAHA has also been selected to host a program put on by the NHLPA and the Vancouver Canucks, wherein children in the H1 age range (4-6 yrs old) are eligible to be outfitted in ALL new hockey gear (helmets, skates, etc.) from a local SportChek store free of cost. Eligible player must be registered with PMAHA. Contact Sharron Tulk for more details.

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A second in-person registration session has been scheduled for 7:30pm on June 27th at the Hockey Office in Port Moody Arena.

As always, players will need to provide:

  • birth certificate
  • two primary proofs of Port Moody residence (i.e. hydro bill, property tax, home phone)

If you are applying as a player transferring from another association, you will also need this form signed by your previous association registrar.
Payment can be made by credit card (MasterCard or Visa) or cheque (made Payable to “PMAHA”). Members of the PMAHA executive will be on hand to answer questions. If you have questions that you need answered prior to registration night, you can email the Registrar, Steph Naqvi at registrar@pmaha.com. Please keep in mind this is a very busy time of year – the Registrar will endeavor to reply as soon as possible.
For more info, go to the REGISTRATION page.

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Fingers crossed….
Sorry for the inconveniences that many of you have been experiencing. I believe Hockey Canada has resolved the issue. Please click on the link below or the links from the website ONLY. There was an error in the links previously provided which led to various errors. Ignore previous email links.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Please note that registration for returning players will now end on June 12th, not 10th giving everyone roughly 10 days to register. When the count down reaches zero, your time is still up. Late registrants will be assessed our standard $50 administrative fee and be placed on the wait list. Please email Stephanie Naqvi at pomoregistrar@gmail.com if your registration woes persist. Good luck and again, we thank you for your patience.
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In an effort to keep fee increases to a minimum, we have created an exciting association-wide fundraiser. Every registered player will be asked to sell ten 50/50 tickets. These tickets will be priced at $10 per ticket, giving us approximately $20,000 in prizes with the other half going back to the association.

Tickets will be distributed by your team manager at the beginning of the season, and the draw will be at our charity game in December. To keep things simple, and avoid having to ask managers to collect the money, we will be asking you to purchase these tickets at the time of your registration.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Sharron Tulk at president@pmaha.com.

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We need volunteers to step up and assume the role of divisional coordinator for each of the Initiation, Atom, Peewee, Bantam and Midget divisions. If you are interested in getting involved, contact Sharron Tulk directly.