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OMHA Players Club

The OMHA Players Club presented by Bauer Hockey is all about providing new and exciting challenges to help players celebrate hockey skills and develop their game at home throughout the year!

By joining the club you will gain exclusive access to hockey tips, challenges and awesome prizes courtesy of Bauer Hockey.

The OMHA Player's Club Presented by Bauer Hockey will be comprised of three challenges. Check below for more information on the 5000 Puck Challenge, 10,000 Touches and The Power Hour.

Be sure to keep us in the loop with how the challenges are coming along by staying social; use the hashtag #OMHAPlayersClub 

This is a Total Development program that provides players with lots of repetition, opportunity to be creative and is engaging and fun!

Join the Club - Get Started Today!

Step 1 - Register below for the OMHA Players Club presented by Bauer Hockey
Step 2 – Participate in OMHA Players Club Challenges, events & activities! 
Step 3 – Check your email for weekly tips, special contests and more challenges from the OMHA Players Club
Step 4  - Tell your friends!

Tips

  • Hometown Heros

  • 03/12/2014, 2:15pm EDT, By Ontario Minor Hockey Association
  • Hometown Heroes and Award of Hometown Excellence Nomination Forms Available
  • Read More
  • Behind the Scenes

  • 02/11/2014, 9:00am EST, By Ontario Minor Hockey Association
  • Visit Club Hockey Canada‚Äôs Blog for exclusive Hockey Canada content
  • Read More
  • Rink Rats Wanted

  • 12/08/2013, 4:00pm EST, By Ontario Minor Hockey Association
  • Disney XD Teams Up With Ontario Minor Hockey Association for First Annual Disney XD Rink Rats Hockey Festival
  • Read More
  • Motown Magic

  • 11/21/2013, 10:30am EST, By Ontario Minor Hockey Association
  • Passing Skills on Display in Detroit!
  • Read More

5000 Puck Challenge | Fall

The first challenge in the OMHA Players Club is the 5000 Puck Challenge. Shooting one hundred pucks a day, five days a week for ten weeks will help you develop your shooting & scoring skills at home. 

The GOAL: Increase shot speed, quickness and accuracy
The PLAN: Shoot 5000 pucks in 10 weeks. 
WEEKLY GOAL: 500 shots per week
DAILY GOAL: 100 shots per day (5 days per week)


10,000 Touches | Winter

How well do you think your stick handling would improve if you performed 10,000 Touches, stickhandling over an 8-week period? 

We have created a plan for players of all ages and abilities to follow over 8 weeks to accomplish this goal.

The GOAL: Improved puck control skills through increased hand speed, quickness & coordination
The PLAN: Develop stickhandling skills performing a minimum of 10,000 touches
WEEKLY GOAL: 5 days per week | 75-150 minutes per week
DAILY GOAL:15-30 minutes per day


The Power Hour | Spring

This Spring the OMHA will provide Players Club members with an at-home hockey development program that will develop your skills and athletic ability.

The POWER Hour will provide a weekly plan including elements of stickhandling and passing from 10,000 Touches and shooting and scoring skills from the 5000 Puck Challenge along with an age-appropriate off-ice dryland training program including drills to improve your speed, agility, quickness and power.


Related Programs | National Skills Standards & Testing

Hockey Canada and the OMHA believe in celebrating skill achievement. In Canadian minor hockey, coaches should be encouraged to foster the development of the fundamental skills required to play the game at the minor levels by measuring and providing positive individual feedback on skill development. It is essential that minor hockey associations and parents have a method of measuring success beyond wins and losses 

The National Skills Standards & Testing (NSST) is a series of six (6) individual skill tests for Players and three (3) for Goaltenders have been designed to measure the skill level of players. These tests can be administered by team coaches requiring very little equipment, expense and set up time.