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Coach of the Week

Congratulations to Pierre Groulx, coach of the Carleton Place Kings U13 B team.
Pierre is our HEO Coach of the Week.

HEO Statement

HEO Statement on the return to Step 2 of the Reopening Plan

Coach of the Week

Does your team have a volunteer coach deserving of the “Coach of the Week” honours?
Nominate your coach below and tell us why they should be considered for the honour.

*NEW* HCR 3.0

The new HCR 3.0 is now here and online. Click below for information and links on how to create your profile and link your old account.

HEO Vaccination Policy

Please visit the link below to view the HEO Vaccination Policy and related documents.

Hockey Canada Assist Fund

Applications are now being accepted for the Hockey Canada Assist Fund.

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Clinic Schedule & Information

All Level 1, 2, and 3 officials must register and attend a Re-Certification clinic within Hockey Eastern Ontario every year. This clinic will be held either in-person or online. Officials in the High Performance Program (formely Level IV and Level V) and the National High Performance Program (formely Level VI) must register each season and will be required to attend a Re-Certification clinic bi-annually in a rule change year. This clinic will either be held in-person or online. More information about the requirements, roles, etc. for each level can be found in the Hockey Canada Officiating Pathway.

By attending the clinic, learning the rule book, gaining experience by actually officiating games, and by learning more about the procedures involved in officiating, along with being coached by senior officials, you should be able to earn a higher level, and also work a higher calibre of hockey. Practical on-ice coaching is a key step in allowing you to learn about the strengths you have as an official, and to know the areas of your game you need to develop before you can advance to the next level.

Certification at all levels (except brand new officials) requires an official complete an online certification program, which needs to be completed before September 30th at 11:59pm.

Once certified, it is essential that an official continue to update and be completely familiar with new rule interpretations and officiating techniques. To maintain one's present level of certification, an individual must attend a Hockey Canada officiating program clinic and write a national examination every year with appropriate passing mark

An individual will not be eligible to advance more than one level of the Hockey Canada officiating program per season.
Please click the Referee Clinics link in the left side bar to register for a clinic.


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