Throughout the dog days of summer, the Ottawa Girls Hockey Association (OGHA) has been busily preparing for their upcoming season in the rinks. It is a special year for the OGHA as it marks our 20th anniversary of being a female hockey association. From our inception, the goal of the OGHA has been very simple and it is reflected in our motto “Building confident girls…since 1999”.
The future is bright for Ottawa’s women’s hockey scene, at least if you’re considering the success of the local clubs’ Peewee level teams this season. Ottawa teams reached the podium at every level of Peewee at this year’s OWHA championships.
By Rideau Sports Centre There is 100+ years of sporting history at 1 Donald Street (formerly the members-only Rideau Tennis Club). This summer will mark the second year that this property is open to the public with 10 weeks of Summer Camps across many sports offered by the new Rideau Sports Centre (RSC). “We’re really…
Ottawa native Sam Bitten (above) was 1 of the 6 Ottawa 67’s players put on the hot seat during a Talk Hockey fundraising dinner on Feb. 20 at Rideau Sports Centre.
The young girls looking up at Isabel Ménard probably couldn’t yet understand or even dream of the euphoria their coach experienced in her playing days.
By Gloucester Lacrosse Association Anyone serious about hockey should be playing lacrosse. From Gretzky to Tavares, Shanahan to Stamkos, Canadian-born NHLers recommend playing lacrosse in the summer to improve hockey skills. Take their word for it: “It’s lacrosse that helped teach me to spin off checks, take shots and protect the puck under pressure. My…
Less than a month removed from what she considers the highlight of her hockey career, Maddi Wheeler is back to her normal routine, which for any typical 16-year-old would be anything but.