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The S.H.A. Hockey Club (Scarborough Ice Raiders) although not in operation at this time due to the Covid-19 restrictions placed on our Community and Province. We would still like to support the Community of Scarborough by donating the following funds to which were realized by partnership with:

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A $1250.00 donation will be made on behalf of the
Scarborough Ice Raiders (Competitive Program) to Sick Kids Hospital.

 

 

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A $1250.00 donation will be made on behalf of the
S.H.A. Hockey Club (House League Program) to Sick Kids Hospital.

 

Please help support our program and the work we do when both the Dolphin Bingo and Rama East Bingo reopen for business.

League Update

Latest Update

February 5, 2021
Hello Parents / Guardians,

Hopefully everyone is coping as well as possible while we navigate toward a possible end to the COVID-19 pandemic.  This notice is being sent to sadly confirm the obvious. The S.H.A. Hockey Club (Scarborough Ice Raiders) has determined, after consulting with our Governing Bodies (Hockey Canada, Ontario Hockey Federation, and Greater Toronto Hockey League), City of Toronto and the Provincial Government that we no longer have the ability to provide programming for the 2020/2021 season.

It is important to stress that the safety of our playing members and their families certainly supersedes the need or our ability to move forward this season. Hopefully our children return to school shortly and we move forward in a positive direction throughout the spring and summer to help us get back to enjoying the great game of hockey in the fall.

Below are some important dates and timelines as we move toward providing programming for the 2021/2022 season.

COMPETIVE A & AA: Although the Ontario Hockey Federation (O.H.F.) has extended the season to May 31, 2021 it is highly unlikely that we would see any game action. If the Provincial Guidelines return Toronto to the Orange (Restrict) Zone anytime prior to May 31, teams would be allowed to return to the ice and will be required to follow all Provincial and City restrictions. The City of Toronto has removed all ice with the exception of a couple of facilities City wide, therefore returning to any on ice events would certainly be complicated.  All players are released from the 2020/2021 season as of May 31, 2021. This again simply means all players are able to sign with any organization after this date.            

Earliest possible Try-Outs will take place after Monday September 6, 2021 depending as well on Provincial restrictions if COVID-19 is still a dominating factor. Starting with AAA followed by the AA and then A.

THERE WILL BE NO SPRING TRY-OUTS PROVINCE WIDE

All questions can be directed to [email protected] and will be answered to the best of our knowledge at the time of the request.

On behalf of the Board of Directors and myself, we wish you all a healthy and safe spring and summer with hopefully a quick return to our programming and a new normal.

Sincerely,

Ed Wahl
President
SHA Hockey Club / Scarborough Ice Raiders
[email protected]
647-261-7406

House League Program Details

As in any program operated within City facilities game and practice times are subject to change depending on the contracts received in the fall.

Little Raiders: Is a once a week program at the Don Montgomery Community Centre on Saturday mornings that teaches basic skating skills and hockey skills as the season progresses. Program starts in mid October and runs through until the first week in April.

Initiation 5 & 6: Hockey Canada based program that is played “cross ice” during the scrimmages. Players are matched to participate against and with players of the same ability and skill level as much as possible. Program starts the first week of October with “station” practices both on Saturday mornings and Sunday afternoons until the last week in November. At that time, we then change the Saturdays to “cross ice” scrimmages with Sundays remaining “station” practices until the first week in April. We also have an optional free Skating Skills session on Sunday mornings with this program also taking place at the Don Montgomery Community Centre.

Initiation 7: Hockey Canada based program that is played “modified ice” (100-foot length) during the scrimmages. Players are matched to participate against and with players of the same ability and skill level as much as possible. Program starts the first week of October with “station” practices both on Saturday mornings and Sunday afternoons until the last week in November. At that time, we then change the Saturdays to “modified ice” scrimmages with Sundays remaining “station” practices until the first week in April. We also have an optional free Skating Skills session on Sunday mornings with this program also taking place at the Don Montgomery Community Centre.

Initiation 8: Hockey Canada based program that starts on “modified ice” for scrimmages until January 15th and then reverts to “full ice” games. Program begins the first of October and takes place on Saturdays around mid day with practices Sunday afternoons until the first week in April. Scrimmages and games take place at the Don Montgomery Community Centre with practices traditionally at the Agincourt Arena. We also have an optional free Skating Skills session on Sunday mornings with this program also taking place at the Don Montgomery Community Centre.

Atom through Bantam: All games are held at the Don Montgomery Community with weekly practices held at either McGregor Park Community Centre or Agincourt Arena. Program starts at the beginning of October and runs through the first week in April.  Atom and Peewee traditionally practice on Friday evenings with games scheduled for Saturday afternoons. Bantams traditionally practice on Monday evenings at Agincourt Arena. We also have an optional free Skating Skills session on Sunday mornings with this program also taking place at the Don Montgomery Community Centre.

Minor Midget through Juvenile: Weekly games (45 minute “stop time”) with no practices. Program start in the first week of October and runs through the first week in April every outing is at the Don Montgomery Community Centre.

Rowan`s Law - New OHF Requirements for 2019 - 2020 Season

Hello Parents,

We have been advised by the Ontario Government, Ontario Hockey Federation (O.H.F.) and the Greater Toronto Hockey League (G.T.H.L.)  that prior to any players being eligible to play in the upcoming 2019/2020 season, the information found under our Rowan`s Law Information and Resources section MUST be read and shared with your child. Note that there are different documents for each age level so be sure to select and share the appropriate document based on your child's age.

Please sign and return the attached acknowledgement form to [email protected] as soon as possible. Remember that this must be received prior to any player participating in the upcoming season.  

Once we received, we will add the signed authorization form to the player's HCR file (Hockey Canada Registry) to complete the obligation to both the O.H.F. (Ontario Hockey Federation) and the G.T.H.L. (Greater Toronto Hockey League).

Sincerely,  
Ed Wahl
President
SHA Hockey Club / Scarborough Ice Raiders

 

Note to Parents

The S.H.A. Hockey Club (Scarborough Ice Raiders) is a Community based program that is operated on a "not for profit", cost recovery system by volunteer Directors, Coaches, Managers and Trainers.

This organization prides itself as being totally inclusive, respectful and able to give every playing member and their families an equal opportunity to succeed. This includes any gender, race or any visible or non visible disability that a playing member may have.
Should any person need help obtaining or meeting our organization's goals, please do not hesitate to inform a Coach, Manager or a Director of the S.H.A. Hockey Club.

As always, I can be reached directly at [email protected]rs.com and will accommodate any requests regarding these issues.

Ed Wahl
President
S.H.A. Hockey Club
Scarborough Ice Raiders

S.H.A. Hockey Club - Mailing List

Emails and the website are the main line of communication between the League and our playing members.  For those that are interested in joining our mailing list please send an email to [email protected] and we will ensure that you are added to all future communications.

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