News (Barrie Minor Hockey)


House League is the cornerstone to our Association’s programming. Our priority is to develop our players hockey skills and provide a fun environment for all.

House League Programming: Starts October thru to early March.

U4/U5: runs Saturday mornings. (This group has a set schedule for the season)

U7-U13:  runs Saturday and Sundays (times and locations will vary)

U15/U16: runs mainly on Saturday and Sundays. Some weeknight ice will be scheduled. (times and locations will vary)

U18: runs Sunday nights and a weeknight.

Evaluation Skates:

U9-U16:  Saturday Oct 1/Sunday Oct 2
U18:  tbd  

U7/ U8 skates start on Saturday Sept 24/Sunday Sept 25.  You will receive an email prior to the weekend with your team assignment. Schedules will be posted as early as possible. 

Minor hockey is dependent on volunteers. If you have these qualifications and please consider helping out this season. If you would like to volunteer but need to get your courses completed in order to do so, please visit the OMHA website via the links below for more information:

The OMHA requires the following qualifications For Coaches and Volunteers  for the upcoming season:

All Require 
* Up to date Police record Check (good for 3 years)
* Respect In Sport Activity Leader 
* Gender Identity and expression

*U7, U8 & U9 require ,Must have ,Coach 1-Intro to Coach
*All other teams require Coach 2-Coach Level 2 Trained

*Trainers for all teams require HTCP Level 1

House League Coach:


It is an OMHA requirement that each team have certified bench staff consisting of a head coach, assistant coach(es), and at least one HTCP certified trainer.

The goals of the coach certification programs are to:

  • Provide coaches with the tools to work effectively with young players
  • Provide coaches the training to successfully implement the HC curriculum
  • Introduce coaches to the concepts of fair play and cooperation within the hockey environment

The certification training focuses on:

  • Facilitating parent meetings
  • Delivering effective practices
  • Designing a safety program
  • Teaching individual technical skills
  • Preparing for game day


The Hockey Trainer Certification Program (HTCP) is a risk management and safety education program for the volunteer hockey trainer. The ultimate goal of the program is to have all hockey trainers implement effective risk management on their own teams, where safety is the first priority at all times, both on and off the ice..


Please feel free to reach out to the BMHA office if you have any questions or require any further info.