Who is this applicable to?
Our U11 A team is applicable to all U11 (2012 & 2013 born) players registered in VMH wishing to tryout
Tryout Icetimes - Thursday Oct.6th 8:00pm-8:50pm & Friday Oct.7th 5:00pm-6:00pm
Jerseys will be provided
Deadline to Register Oct.3rd 11:59pm
Please use the link above to contact VMH for more information.
November 20 2022 U7
November 26/27 2022 U9
December 10/11 2022 U11
October 22/23 2022 U13
November 12/13 2022 U15
VMH clothing store is now open!!! Please click the link to visit the online store.
Deadline: Monday, October 3, 2022 (11:59 PM CDT
If your child has reffed in the past or is interested in reffing, please see the link to register for a clinic to get recertified for the upcoming season.
The 4v4 Warmups is open to all Virden Minor Hockey Families
Ages U7, U9, U11, U13, and U15
Must be able to skate unassisted
Registration costs $60 / participant
Only 20 spots available for each age group
(If a certain age group is not showing as an option, that particular session is full)
September 10th and 11th
September 17th and 18th
September 24th and 25th
Deadline to register is September 2nd
Icetimes and other details will follow registration
Early registration for the upcoming 2022/2023 season ended on July 25th at midnight. Late registrations will be accepted, so please use the link above to get your player(s) registered as soon as possible. Thank you.
One parent of every child in Virden Minor Hockey must have Respect in sport for parents. We have provided the link above if you currently don't have it or are new to minor hockey.
Beginning in the 2017-18 hockey season, Sport Manitoba initiated a 5-year re-certification policy which applied to all coaches, managers and safety people who take the Respect in Sport – Coaches and Activity leaders online course. This means that for the 2021 – 2022 season any team staff that completed their Respect in Sport prior to 2016 – 2017 are required to retake the Respect in Sport – Coaches and Activity Leaders online course. The policy has been put in place as a result of multiple changes that have been made to the Respect in Sport course designed to reflect the current climate. The course now includes more material regarding online harassment and cyber bullying as well as other needed updates.
We've put together a new section of our site dedicated to helping our players stay focused and in shape. No matter if you're at the rink, at home inside, or on the backyard rink there's all kinds of on and off ice drills to keep you busy.