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The Bantam AAA Tournament is looking for young volunteers to be Team Ambassadors!

- Must be available all weekend from October 4-8, 2018 during your assigned teams’ games.
- Must be either a 2nd year Atom or Pee Wee aged minor hockey player
- Your game schedule for your assigned team will be provided a week prior to event, you will be required to be there half an hour prior to game start time and stay with your team until after the game.
- Able to help your assigned team with such things as; sticks, water bottles, and anything else that they may require during these days
-This experience provides our young players the opportunity to meet players from various locations while watching some exceptional hockey.

See Attached Sign up form
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The document Team_Host.docx.pdf was attached to this post.


Chilliwack MHA is in need of Divisional Coordinators…

  • Atom
  • Peewee
  • Bantam

Coaches and Divisional Coordinators are the backbone of our organization, they are the folks who get things done… they coordinate ice times, games, practices, adjust schedules for conflicts, rebook ice times to allow for teams to travel for tournaments and more. Volunteering in this role is a great way to give back to the sport without having to be on the ice or the bench if that is not your forte!

If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please reach out by email to

Edited: Updated position title from Ice Coordinator to Divisional Coordinator for clarity on role/responsibilities.
the “Ice Coordinator” arranges ice with the City of Chilliwack and Community Partners as well as works with “Divisional Coordinators” PCAHA and Tournament Chairs to arrange ice at the association level.

Coaches Needed

Posted by Chilliwack Minor Hockey Association at Aug 31, 2018 8:44AM PDT

Chilliwack MHA is still looking for Coaches in the following Divisions;

  • Atom
  • Bantam

Some may think that coaching youth athletes is a daunting task. The truth is that with the right attitude and a desire for learning it can be such a rewarding experience. Chilliwack MHA is prepared to support new coaches through mentorship and online coaching resources as well as reimbursing new coaches for completion of their certifications through Hockey Canada.

If you have the desire to have a positive impact on youth hockey culture in our community, we want to hear from you!
email us at