While Covid continues to make organizing any type of event challenging we are determined to once again deliver the Halifax

Minor Ball Hockey League in the Spring of 2022. Our intention is to follow a similar format to last year when we are able to safely play.

One game on the weekend, and possibly a second game on a week night. All games will be played at the Gorsebrook Ball Hockey court.
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January 20, 2024

Our Age groups!!!

U8 (2016, 2017, 2018) U10 (2014, 2015) u12 (2012, 2013) U15 (2009, 2010, 2011)

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January 20, 2024

U18 Division only – Checking for interest!

U18 Ball Hockey – 3 on 3 Join the Nova Scotia Minor Ball Hockey League U18 (NSMBHL) U18 (2006, 2007, 2008) division only! Players can recruit their buddies and form their own teams! We will play 3 on 3.  Similar to the “Play On” Tournament Minimum 7 players – Maximum 10 players per Team First teams to register will be

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January 20, 2024

We need coaches! Please step up and volunteer.

Volunteer Coaches As with all minor hockey we rely on parents or older siblings ( 14 or older) to serve as volunteer coaches. A coach clinic will be held in early April and you will be supported throughout the season. It is essential that we recruit 2-3 coaches per team. That will make it comfortable should a coach need to

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January 20, 2024

Become a referee – Earn good money!

Referees: We will train and hire young hockey players to referee the younger divisions. Reliability, hockey experience an ability to work with younger players is required. This is a great leadership opportunity and all refs will be paid per game. Send all questions to: admin@nsmbhl.ca .

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January 20, 2024

Become a Goaltender!

Did you know that Sidney Crosby was once the best ball hockey goalie in his entire neighbourhood? Yes, that is correct…Nova Scotia’s greatest athlete developed his skill and love for the game by playing between the pipes. The truth is many great athletes enjoyed play street hockey goalie as a youth! Playing nets in Ball Hockey is also a great

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