FUN is key in OGHA's FUNdamentals program
If your daughter wants to play hockey, the OGHA FUNdamentals girls program is for her! By mixing in FUN and player development, the players learn new skills but also gain friendships along the way. The all-female OGHA coaching staff believes in keeping the FUN in FUNdamentals by motivating the players to be the best that they can be while having fun. Fun matters if they are going to love a sport enough to continue playing for life.
What skills will my daughter learn?
Who are the coaches?
What equipment does my daughter need?
Is this program suitable for girls of any age who are new to hockey?
My daughter has never skated before. Is FUNdamentals right for her?
How has COVID-19 impacted FUNdamentals?
What is the FUNdamentals schedule? - THE OGHA Plan
Do the girls in the FUNdamentals program attend one or both of the Weekend sessions?
How early do I need to arrive at the arena?
How much does the program cost?
REGISTER here: Currently, the OGHA is soliciting families for their Intent to Register (ITR) for all of our programs. This includes FUNdamentals. In order to complete this process, each player must have an account on the Ontario Womens Hockey Association new Registration system. To Access the ITR with the new OWHA system, go to the OGHA login page : https://ogha.info/login.html and click on "+Create New Account" which will redirect to the OWHA site. No $$$ is required...but this is rquired for our own ice allocation process so we can be as accurate as possible and continue to provide female hockey programs at all levels that are affordable and safe.
Our bilingual lead female instructor, Isabel Menard's bio can be found here.
For more information on FUNdamentals, please contact our program coordinator at email@example.com.
“Learning the basic skills in practice at a young age is so important, because it allows the children to skate more, make more passes, take more shots on net and have the puck on their stick more than in any game.” -Paul Kariya, former NHL player and spokesperson for Hockey Canada’s Initiation Program.