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November 25, 2015

2016 Penalty Free Sweepstakes Contest Officially Launched - Contest begins December 5, 2015.


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October 26, 2015

Quest For Gold 2015-2016

Ontario Athlete Assistance Program Athlete Selection Criteria Document


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Established in 1984 to respond to the safety, education and development needs of amateur hockey in Ontario. Formerly known as Hockey Ontario ...
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We have Moved!  Effective August 31, 2015

HDCO New Address

19 Waterman Avenue, Suite 215

Toronto, ON M4B 1Y2



2016 Penalty Free Sweepstakes Contest Begins December 5, 2015

PFS Prize Draw Entry Form
PFS MVP Nomination Form
are now available - good luck!

Ontario Hockey League (OHL) Concussion Education Video

This video was created for all players and teams.

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HTCP Level 1 & Level 1 Refresher
E-learning Courses Now Available!

Courses are available to new trainers and trainers renewing their certification. The Level 1 course is comprised of 16 learning modules and the Level 1 refresher is comprised of 8 learning modules. Each requires the participant to successfully complete an examination at the conclusion of the course.

HTCP E-learning option offers:
- a simple and convenient method of certification
- is accessible from any personal computer
- interactive multi-media tutorials and quizzes
- online resources
- complete learning modules at own pace

To access the HTCP Level 1 e-Learning Courses click here»

Stay up-to-date! The HDCO Ice Times is focused on amateur hockey, the people, the programs and the events from the ten amateur hockey associations in Ontario.

MARCH 2015 Edition»

Features in this issue:
*OHL U16 Gold Cup
*OMHA News
*NOHA News
*Dr. Tom Pashby Trainer Award

To ensure that your HTCP certification is current for the 2015-2016 season, please contact your Branch/Division for a list of HTCP clinic locations and dates in your region.

HTCP Information Guide»

The new web based reporting system has been designed to simplify the process of reporting injuries. To access the HTCP Injury Data Collection Program online reporting feature, click below, complete and submit. Injury reports should be submitted within the playing season in which the injury/illness occurred.


A Hockey Trainer must always have a fully stocked first aid kit on hand during all games, practices and off-ice training sessions. This helps to ensure that you are prepared to respond to any illnesses, accidents or injuries that may occur. Hockey Trainer's first aid kits and additional safety and risk management items are available online at:

HTCP Safety & Risk Management Items»

Stay up-to-date! The HDCO Ice Times is focused on amateur hockey, the people, the programs and the events from the ten amateur hockey associations in Ontario.

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