Welcome to the St. James Assiniboia Minor Hockey Association
SJAMHA is dedicated to leading the advancement of minor hockey for all individuals, by ensuring
meaningful opportunities and enjoyable experiences in a safe, sportsperson-like environment.
News & Events
Find your community club store link below for clothing and accessories for kids playing U7 and U9 house league hockey. The stores will close Sunday, November 14 at midnight. Orders will be delivered approximately December 20th. Assiniboia West Deer Lodge Heritage Victoria Kirkfield-Westwood RA Steen Note: there is no store for Sturgeon Heights at this…Read More
New this season, all SJAMHA coaches, managers and safety representatives will need to complete a Child Abuse Registry check (CARC). There is no cost for coaches, managers and safety reps to obtain a CARC. SJAMHA members must only use this Child Abuse Registry check form; please complete thoroughly. All three pages must be submitted, signed…Read More
Need Canucks gear? Here’s your chance to see what’s available and try sizes on in-person before buying items online. Note: Pro Hockey Life Weekly flyer offers will be available for attendees. For any regular priced item not featured, MHA will receive 15% off with their player pass cards. For all clearance items, MHA will receive…Read More
As we begin the 2021-22 hockey season, we would like to thank all of our volunteer coaches for your generosity and dedication to minor hockey. Coaching hockey is rewarding, but we do recognize all of the time and hard work that it takes. Please read below for some important season start-up information: Coaches Startup Checklist and Timeline For a coach…Read More
(these dates may change depending on Hockey Canada delays)
October 26 – SJAMHA coaches meeting, Sturgeon Heights CC. 7:30 pm for all U11, U9 and U7 teams including house league teams and at 8:30 pm for U13, U15 and U18 teams.
October 28 – SJAMHA first half virtual ice draft. 7:00 pm. A Microsoft Teams invite has been emailed to coaches.
October 31 – U7 Initiation Program and U9 Development Program ends