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By Ontario Minor Hockey Association, 11/05/13, 10:30AM EST


Pizza Pizza Hockey Festival Registration NOW OPEN!

Registration forms are now being accepted on a first-come-first-served basis for the thirteenth annual Pizza Pizza Hockey Festival. The event will be held the weekend of April 4th – 6th at the Iroquois Park Sports Centre in Whitby, Ontario. 

100 House and Local league teams from the novice, atom and peewee age groups (8-12 years old) will participate.

All teams from will play three games in a round-robin format with no statistics, standings and championships. The purpose of the OMHA Pizza Pizza Hockey Festival is to provide teams and their families an opportunity to attend and participate in an event that is fun, exciting and unlike any event they would have participated in before.

In addition to the hockey games, the Festival has several activities for participants including:

•    Interactive FUN-Zone with hockey games, radar guns, basketball
•    Balloon artists
•    Floorball demonstrations
•    Free skills clinics with NHL Alumni and OMHA
•    Mascots
•    Live DJ

Please register today to secure your teams spot in the 2014 OMHA Pizza Pizza Hockey Festival.

Send completed registration forms to Jason Mahood at [email protected]

About the Ontario Minor Hockey Association
The Ontario Minor Hockey Association, founded in 1935, is the largest minor hockey association in the world and oversees a participant base of 300,000 consisting of players, coaches, trainers, officials, hockey volunteers and parents across the province. The OMHA has 246 active member minor hockey associations and annually coordinates 45 leagues and approximately 600 development clinics throughout Ontario. Current OMHA grads playing in the NHL include 2012 all star game players Steven Stamkos (player-association) Markham, James Neal (Whitby), Corey Perry (Peterborough), Cody Hodgson (Markham), Brian Campbell (Strathroy), Dan Girardi (Welland), Brian Elliott (York Simcoe), Tyler Seguin (Whitby) and Matt Read (Ingersoll).  



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