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Port Colborne Girls Hockey Association

Port Colborne Girls Hockey Association was formed in 2013 with the help of Port Colborne Minor Hockey Association to give more opportunities for female hockey development within Port Colborne, Wainfleet, Welland, Pelham, Fenwick, Fort Erie, Ridgeway, and other areas of the Niagara Region. We are members of the Ontario Women's Hockey Association. We play within the Greater Hamilton Girls Hockey League as the Port Colborne Wave.   Our inaugural year involved a perfect season. Check out our Trophy Case page for some of the amazing accomplishments that our teams have achieved.  It doesn't matter if you have been playing for years, or thinking about just starting.  We welcome any young woman interested in playing hockey.  Our devoted coaching team is more than willing to teach you how to play.  Let's Go Wave!

Wave News

OWHA Cancels All Programs

By Ken Breitenbach 03/12/2020, 9:15pm EDT

To: OWHA Member Teams, Presidents, Voters, Contacts, Statisticians, Leagues, Tournament Convenors and Officials
Please circulate this bulletin as widely as possible
Hockey Canada, as a result of Covid-19, and in support of player and participant safety has cancelled all Hockey Canada sanctioned activities, including
National Championships until further notice, effective Friday, March 13, 2020.
All OWHA games, practices, tryouts and sanctioned activities have been cancelled until further notice effective 12:01am on Friday March 13, 2020.
The 2020 OWHA provincial championships have been cancelled.
League playoffs have been cancelled.
OWHA Sanctioned Tournaments have been cancelled.
Exhibition games and practices have been cancelled.
Tryouts are not to take place until such time as approval is posted on the OWHA web site.
The OWHA appreciates the magnitude of this situation and sincerely thanks the many stakeholders for their support as we all work through the logistics
of this cancellation. We encourage everyone to keep themselves informed of information available through the various health departments as the
medical community works diligently to manage the Coronavirus. We thank you for your attention to this bulletin and sincerely wish you well.

New Changes From Hockey Canada 2020-21 Season

Please refer to the chart below for age, division name changes and birth years for the 2020-2021 season.

Current Name Birth Year New Name

 Initiation - 2014 & Younger U7

 Novice - 2012 & Younger U9

 Atom - 2010 & Younger U11

 Peewee - 2008 & Younger U13

 Bantam - 2006 & Younger U15

 Midget - 2003 & Younger U18

Intermediate - 1999 & Younger U22

  *ALL AGES AS OF DECEMBER 31st*

Interested in the Women's SR FUNdamentals, or any of our other programs? Please register below for updates, and for when registrations go live for next season.  Due to popularity of some of our programs we will be taking those on a first come, first serve basis.  Those over maximums will be placed on a wait list for cancellations and/or expansion of the program.  

Regsiter for Information on next season

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Port Intermediate White Wave Bring Home Gold!!!

With only 9 skaters for each game, a lot of hard work and determination, this group of ladies fought a very hard battle to bring home the gold medal at the North Halton Twisters Tournament!

Game 1 was a 4-0 win against Tecumseh Tigercats where we had the assistance of a Bantam Wave player, Avaia Echlin who even got an assist.

Game 2 was a tough come from behind battle against Niagara Falls, where we pulled the goalie with over three minutes to go in the third period to tie it at 2, then scored with less than a minute in the game, and finally put the icing on the cake with an empty net to win 4-2.

Game 3 was a tough battle with Stoney Creek and we came out with a 3-3 tie 

The championship game brought Niagara Falls back to us as opponents. Once again, down going into the third period by a goal, we battled hard to tie it with ten minutes to go in the game. With less than two minutes left in period three, we scored to pull ahead 4-3. The last 100 seconds of the game was a hard-fought battle where the team worked together as a complete unit to hold on for the win to bring home the gold medal. 

This weekend was about hard work, bonding as a team and true determination to bring home a win in a sport these ladies all love!