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HEO will be running a U14 Program of Excellence camp May 25-27, 2018.

Registration is now open to players that played at the Minor Bantam AA level in the 2017-18 season.

Award Nominations Now Open

Nominations are now open for Volunteer of the Year and the Richard T. Sennott Development Award.
Use the links below to download the nomination forms for each award.

TELUS Cup Regional Champs

Congrats to the Toronto Young Nats on their TELUS Cup Central Regioanl Championship.
Good luck at the National TELUS Cup finals.

TELUS Cup Regional Runner-Up

Congrats to the Ajax Pickering Raiders on a well played final and their Silver Medals.

TELUS Cup Regional Bronze Medalists

Congrats to the Waterloo Wolves on wrapping up their week with a Bronze Medal victory.

HEO U16 Gold Cup Roster

Team Rosters were announced today for the upcoming 2018 OHL Gold Cup.

Let's meet the HEO Team!!

New Canadians Get in the Game!

Check out this CTV News Clip of some young, new Canadians getting into the game of hockey.

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New to Hockey?

The game of hockey is a fast paced, exciting team sport that combines skill, fitness and team work. It is played by both boys and girls at a variety of recreational and competitive levels. Hockey Eastern Ontario realizes that those who are new to the game oftern have many questions to ask and we strive to answer them for you and provide you with all the information you require.

The first step for anybody interested in playing Minor Hockey is to determine what Minor Hockey Association they would belong to and contact that association for details on player registration. All Minor Hockey players must be registered with their local association.
HEO Minor provides an online address lookup tool that will help you locate the association you belong to based on your current address of residency.
Click here to access the lookup tool.

Benefits of Playing Hockey

Due to its fast paced nature the obvious benefits provided by playing hockey come from participation in physical activity. Participants improve their health and well being. Fitness, strength, flexibility, agility and coordination are all impacted and improved in a healthy manner. However, equally important are the life skills that hockey players develop that benefit them and carry over into school, home and eventually the work place. Players learn to work as a team towards common goals, they develop strong communication and listening skills, they learn to be supportive, cooperative and respectful. Hockey players also build self-confidence and self-esteem that help them in all areas of their lives.


Safety is always a priority for hockey players. The game is fast, players use sticks and shoot a hard rubber puck. Being well protected is important for players and goaltenders. Hockey equipment can be expensive but there are economical alternaives. Many Minor Hockey Associations have buy and sell programs for second hand equipment. There are also many sport stores throughout the area that sell second hand equipment.

Player Equipment Goalie Equipment
Helmet w/ Helmet w/
Neck Guard Neck Guard
Shoulder Pads Chest Protector/Body Armour
Elbow pads Trapper Glove
Gloves Blocker
Jock Strap/Jill Strap Jock Strap/ Jill Strap
Pants Pants
Shin Guards Goalie Pads
Socks Socks
Skates Goalie Skates
Hockey Stick Goalie Stick
Jersey Jersey

Guide to Hockey Equipment

Download your free copy of Down at the Rink. A great resource and guide for new hockey parents.

If you have any questions or require further information please contact Jeff Baker, HEO Manager of Hockey Operations at jbaker@hockeyeasternontario.ca or 613-224-7686 (ext 204)

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