Saturday, 02 February 2019 00:00

Spring Registration is OPEN

Registration for the 2019 Spring season is open online, we are tentatively scheduled to start last weekend in April and run til last weekend in June, LTP(squirt) will have 10 floor times and play Saturday mornings with a few Sundays added in.

Tyke-Peewee will play Saturday and Sunday games, times and arenas wont be known until we get our final arenas and numbers confirmed.

Bantam play Monday and Wednesday night and Juniors play Tuesday and Thursday nights.


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Yours in sport

Dave Leitch

Eric Maltby OBHF International POY award

KWMBHL player Eric Maltby, 2 time Gold medal winner for Team Canada at the ISBHF World Championships was awarded the 2018 OBHF International Player of the Year award. Congats Eric, a well deserved honour, good Luck trying to make it 3 Golds. 

Wednesday, 06 September 2017 00:00

2018-19 Fall-Winter Ball Hockey Season

Registration for the 2018-19 Fall-Winter  ball hockey season is now available on our website.

All games will be played indoors at the Queensmount Arena. U12 will play Saturday afternoons, max of 90 players and Peewee and U18 will play Sunday afternoons.

All registered players will receive a jersey, year-end award and pizza party.

The season will consist of 11 games 
Cost per player is $200

To register online please go to the following link:

Thursday, 16 March 2017 18:54

Provincial Government Recognizes OBHF

It is with great pleasure to announce that on March 8, 2017, the Ontario Ball Hockey Federation (OBHF) achieved “full recognition” as the Provincial Sport Organization for ball hockey in Ontario.

Through this recognition the OBHF is now recognized by the Government of Ontario and is able to apply for funding through the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture & Sport's new Ontario Amateur Sport Fund (OASF). The program has been designed to support three priorities for amateur sport in the province as outlined in Game ON including:

- Participation – so that athletes (para and able bodied) are better able to participate in safe, organized sport.

- Development – to ensure that athletes receive the right support, including access to trained coaches and officials to develop their skills and progress through the development pathway overseen by Provincial Sport Organizations (PSOs) and Multi-Sport Organizations (MSOs).

- Excellence – so that athletes can do their best in high performance sport by having competitive training and development opportunities and access to the latest high performance programs, services, facilities and technologies led by sport experts.

"The opportunities to grow the sport of ball hockey in Ontario are incredible", says Shelley Callaghan, President, Ontario Ball Hockey Federation, "being recognized as the Provincial Sport Organization for ball hockey in Ontario is a major milestone for the OBHF and we are looking very forward to working closely with the Ministry to further develop this great sport throughout the province."

“One of the worst things to happen to the game, in my opinion, has been year-round hockey and, in particular, summer hockey. All it does for kids, as far as I can tell, is keep them out of sports they should be doing in the warmer weather.”

Monday, 09 September 2013 15:47

Spring Registration NOW OPEN

Registration for 2014 spring season is now open you can register online at  or by any of the other methods listed on the registration form in the forms section at top of website.

Hockey Canada announced Thursday, December 13 the 23 players selected for Canada’s National Junior U20 Team during the 2013 IIHF Ice Hockey Junior World Championship, taking place December 26-January 5 in Ufa, Russia.