Hockey For Everyone! 

Learn To Play

Leaside Learn To Play Program 2023

U5 to U8

Learn To Play

For players just starting out at hockey and those looking to further develop skills.

$825 for the season, $795 if registered in April 2024

1 hr/wk

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House League

U7 to U18

House League

Recreational hockey for players of any ability. Play against other teams within the LHA.

$825 for the season, $795 if registered in April 2024

1 - 2 hrs/wk

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CDS

U7 to U9

CDS

A competitive extension to House League. Play at your skill level against nearby hockey clubs. 

$825 + $2,500 (approx)

4+ hrs/wk

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Select

U10 to U18

Select

A competitive extension to our House League program for players wanting further development and to compete against other clubs.

$825 + $2,700 (approx)

3+ hrs/wk

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GTHL

Leaside GTHL Players 2023

U10 to U18

GTHL

Our most competitive division with 12 teams in the "A" division and 8 teams in the "AA" division. 

$3,500 (approx)

5+ hrs/wk

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Representing over 1,200+ Families

Offering Five (5) Hockey Programs

Volunteer-Driven and Not-For-Profit

Community Hockey in Leaside Since 1952

Nominations NOW OPEN - LHA Volunteer of the Year Awards

Volunteer Award

Nominations are now open for the Jeff Munn Volunteer of the Year Award and the George Turrell Spirit Award. If you know someone who has made an outstanding contribution as a volunteer or who inspires and connects our LHA community, please send a nomination to Anthony Hammill at vpcommunity@leasidehockey.com before April 21, 2024.

To nominate an individual, find more information on the awards or to see past winners, please click HERE.

2024 - 25 Team Officials & Team Personnel Screening Process

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Members, please note the following release from the OHF:

The process for the Vulnerable Sector Checks will be centralized and conducted by the Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) for all Team Officials and Team Personnel for the 2024-25 season.

Eligibility to Coach

It is imperative for all Team Officials to ensure their Vulnerable Sector Check is complete to be eligible to programs on and off the ice. This includes a valid Vulnerable Sector Check and the OHF Screening Declaration Form.

Before entering the OHF Screening Submission Portal, please ensure you are ready with the necessary documentation. You will need your:

Please Note:

1. All documents must be in PDF format to be accepted.

2. For the 2024-25 season, the OHF will be accepting copies of a Vulnerable Sector Check from 2022-23 or 2023-24 AND OHF Screening Declaration Form (PDF).

Full screening process details are available at https://ohf.on.ca/risk-management/ohf-vulnerable-sector-checks/

Please reach out to Catherine - coordinator@leasidehockey.com or Carlo - president@leasidehockey.com if you have any questions.

LHA Goalie Training

Goalie Training - website version (1)

During the season, the professionals at Direct Motion Goaltending provide weekly goalie training sessions free of charge to all LHA goalies. Offered in two separate sessions, goalies are asked to register in advance and attend in full goalie gear which can be accessed from the LHA if necessary.

Sessions are designed for all levels of goalies from beginners to advanced. Goalies will be grouped by age and skill level and groups will rotate through skill stations with a ratio of 3 goalies per coach.

Please contact Emily at hlcoordinator@leasidehockey.com if you have any questions.

Please Support Our Sponsors

The Leaside Hockey Association, the GTHL, and Hockey Canada stand for a safe sport that is free of maltreatment of any kind. For more information on Hockey Canada's Independent Third Party (ITP) complaint mechanism, or to submit a claim, please click HERE.