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  • 26
    Apr
    Organization
    Congratulations to Randy Meredith and Bill Green for being named Rep and House coach of the year for 2016-2017! 
  • 24
    Apr
    Organization
    This is National Volunteer Week, and a great time for a big thank you to all the GGHA volunteers who provide their time so that girls can play hockey in Guelph. There are over 150 head and assistant coaches, on-ice helpers, trainers, managers, den ...
  • 12
    Apr
    Organization
    The Int A team capped off a very successful season by winning silver at the LLFHL Finals, adding to their regular division gold and Provincial bronze medals. Congratulations & thanks to seniors Christine, Taylor, Kaitlyn ("Sparky"), Vanessa, Chelsea ...
  • 10
    Apr
    Organization
    The Coaching Association of Canada is offering the Coach Initiation online module free until August! This one-hour module will be of interest to new and experienced coaches. More information and registration is here.
  • 08
    Apr
    Organization
    Congratulations to the Peewee #1-Red team for winning silver at the Local League Championships on April 1st! The girls played amazing, and almost pulled it off with a couple of really good chances late in the 3rd.  Lots of smiles after the game ...
  • 03
    Apr
    Organization
    The GGHA was well represented at Hometown Hockey this past weekend. MAA player Kyle Bertrand announced the 3-star selections. Five teams competed in the Cheer Like Never Before Contest, with the Atom A team moving to the finals (be sure to vote by ...
  • 03
    Apr
    Organization
    The PeeWee B team came out in dominant form this past weekend at the Hamilton Hawkey tournament, going 4-0-1 over five games and taking on all comers.  Despite having a tough draw and facing down their nemesis Ancaster twice, the girls were ...
  • 01
    Apr
    Organization
    In a four way tie heading into Saturday, the Novice B girls fell short in game three, forcing them into the Bronze Medal game against Barrie on Saturday afternoon.  Guelph pulled ahead 2-1 with 3:31 left in the third and held on despite the Sharks' ...
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