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Owen Sound Hockeyfest
November 17 @ 8:00 am - November 18 @ 5:00 pm
Friday, November 17
9:30 a.m. – Keppel Sarawak Elementary School
11:00 a.m. – Hillcrest Elementary School
East vs. West High School Games
10:00 a.m. – Girls
12:15 p.m. – Boys
Games are free to attend and played at the Bayshore Community Centre. Games will be live-streamed on Rogers TV. For those wishing to come to watch please bring an item for the food bank or a donation for the Toy Drive. The students are supporting these 2 initiatives at their games.
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. in the Christie Hare Room at the Bayshore Community Centre.
The Coaching Clinic is free to attend. Hosted by Fred Wallace, the clinic is off-ice and is OHF-sanctioned.
Coaching Clinic Guests:
Mark O’Leary – Head Coach, Moose Jaw Warriors of the Western Hockey League.
Mark held titles as both an Assistant and Associate Coach for 8 seasons, and now enters his 4th season as Head Coach. Mark has worked with Hockey Canada at the World U17 Championship as an Assistant Coach in 2018, and as the Head Coach in 2022. Originally born and raised in Owen Sound, Mark played his Junior hockey in the OHL for both Mississauga and Guelph. Mark currently lives in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan with his wife Steph.
Shaun Reagan, Head Coach of the University of Waterloo Warriors
(Waterloo, Ont.) is in his 13th season as Head Coach of the women’s program. Over the past 12 seasons, Reagan has led the Warriors to a 138-96-28 record while guiding Waterloo to the post-season eight of the last nine seasons. Last year, the Warriors finished with a 21-5-1 record, claiming top spot in the OUA West division. Reagan was named the 2021-22 OUA West Coach of the Year, the second time he has been named the top coach in the OUA after winning the award in his first season back in 2011.
Dollee Meigs, Assistant Coach of the University of Waterloo Warriors
(Owen Sound, Ont.) is in her fifth year as the Associate Coach of the women’s hockey program. Meigs has worked with the Ontario Women’s Hockey Association (OWHA) coaching the highest achieving young female hockey players in Ontario at the Team Ontario Identification and Selection Camps for both U18 and U16 levels. She has also coached at competitions including two Summer Games and at the 2019 Nationals, where Team Ontario were National Champions.
Amanda Smith – Assistant Coach
(Burlington, Ont.) is in her third year as an assistant coach of the Warriors. While working with the Ontario Women’s Hockey Association, Smith coached the Team Ontario Identification and Selection Camps for both U18 and U16 levels, working with the highest-achieving young women in the province. Smith was also a member of the coaching staff with the u18 Team Ontario Red during their Nationals gold medal win in 2019-2020. his past March, Amanda was chosen as one of the 18 participants for the U SPORTS Female Apprentice Coach Program.
Dan Church, Head Coach, York University Lions
Dan Church was named the head coach of the Lions women’s hockey program in 2004 and is the longest-serving active head coach at York. The 2019-20 season saw York qualify for the U SPORTS national championship for the first time in program history and the McCaw Cup final for the first time under his guidance. He was named York’s coach of the year at the end of the season. In addition to his work with the Lions, Church is a coach mentor for the Ontario Women’s Hockey Association (OWHA). He also has extensive national and international experience with Canadian women’s teams at a number of different age levels. He has been the head coach of the senior national women’s team at the world championships, leading the squad to a gold medal in 2012 with a 5-4 overtime victory over the United States and a silver medal in 2013.
Teresa Hutchinson – Assistant Coach, York University Lions
Teresa joined the Lions coaching staff in 2017 and brings plenty of experience at a variety of levels in hockey. Her coaching career has spanned many different levels and has led to various accomplishments, most recently qualifying for the 2019-20 U SPORTS Cavendish Farms national championship along with the women’s hockey team. On an individual level, Teresa earned Hockey Canada’s BFL Female Coach of the Year award in 2019-20. She has been coaching since 1992 and has won several provincial medals with many different teams. Most recently, she was the head coach of the U18 Team Ontario Blue at the 2016 U18 national championships and the assistant coach with the same team the previous year.
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On-ice Hockey Clinics
5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. – for Girls and Boys Hockey, held at the Bayshore Community Centre. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday, November 18
Girls Hockey Showcase Games
Tickets are now on sale for $10 each, with proceeds supporting Owen Sound Girls Hockey. One ticket grants access to all five games listed below.
9:00 a.m. – U13 C – Blue vs Mount Forest Rams C
10:00 a.m. – U13 C – Black vs Kincardine Kinucks
11:00 a.m. – U15 C/HL vs Huron-Bruce 86ers
12:00 p.m. – U11 HL vs TCDMHA Rebel