Bathurst Minor Hockey Association
The Bathurst Minor Hockey Association (BMHA) has been organizing minor
hockey in the Bathurst area for over 40 years. Every year hundreds of minor hockey players make up 14 teams in various age groups. The mission of
BMHA is to provide a safe, secure, fun environment, which promotes skill
development, friendship, fair play and respect for the game in all
participants, members and volunteers.
Over the years many players have participated and learned the game of hockey playing in the minor hockey system in Bathurst. The game has changed a lot throughout our history, but the teamwork and life skills learned by the players continues. BMHA is proud of all of the players, coaches and voluteers.
Our Aims and Objectives are:
To foster, encourage and improve all aspects of organized minor hockey in the constituted area by:
a) Organizing and financing developmental, recreational and competitive hockey programs for all age levels through registration fees, sponsors, grants, etc.
b) Teaching basic fundamentals of hockey as defined by the HNB and HC.
c) Providing enjoyment, recreation and competition through organized Programs, which give due consideration to the capabilities of all individuals from the constituted area registered with BMHA.
d) Helping boys and girls, through the above programs, develop and improve their personal skills.
e) Teaching fair play and sportsmanship.
f) Exercising general supervision and direction over players, teams, coaches, managers, executives and officials.
g) To promote safety of all youth, coaches and volunteers who participate in the programs supported by BMHA.
Location and Faciity Information:
The K.C. Irving Regional Centre has two full size ice surfaces, the main ice surface is called the Eddy Rink and the second ice surface is called the Richelieu Rink