About ALLIANCE Hockey
Since being founded in 1993, the ALLIANCE has always positioned the organization as a leader in Canada in the administration and development of the game of hockey for all player and adult volunteer participants. As a result, the ALLIANCE offers a number of programs designed to enhance the performance, organization and safety of our participants. This innovative thinking has led to the ALLIANCE being one of the most recognized and original organizations in amateur sport.
- The ALLIANCE Membership is larger than eight (8) Hockey Canada (HC) Branches (Provincial Governing Bodies)
- During mid-season, ALLIANCE teams will participate in approximately 2,500 games in one week or 10,000 in a month!
- The ALLIANCE is highly regarded for effective and efficient communication administrative procedures in amateur sport!
- The ALLIANCE has relationships with international hockey contacts in Sweden, Finland, Norway, the United States, Japan and Denmark... just to name a few!
Structure of ALLIANCE Hockey
ALLIANCE Hockey is a member of Hockey Canada (HC) and the Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF). Additionally, the ALLIANCE is a member of the Hockey Development Centre for Ontario (HDCO) and works in conjunction with these groups on several programs for ALLIANCE Hockey participants.
The ALLIANCE membership consists of twenty-three (23) Member Associations with over thirty thousand members.
ALLIANCE Hockey Mission Statement
To provide a rewarding hockey experience for all players and participants through exceptional programming with a broad appeal, a positive environment, and supportive leadership.
To protect and serve the mutual interest of Members and participants and to place the players and the game in the forefront.
To enhance the positive value of our hockey programs by providing leadership and initiatives to develop better citizens, to encourage and direct the fostering of a strong sense of community pride and participation for all communities large and small.
To develop coaches, officials and volunteers to carry out the expressed goals of our Members.5
To work with Provincial (OHF) and National (HC) Hockey Associations to promote the cooperative development of hockey programs and their effective administration.
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