PLEASE REFER TO THE INDIVIDUAL PAGES REGARDING TOURNAMENTS LMHA HOSTS
Looking to attend a Tournament: Hockey Alberta Tournaments
TOURNAMENT PERMIT (this permit is also referred to as a Travel Permit). It is used to apply for permission to attend a tournament. Minor Hockey Week does not require a permit. All LMHA teams (male and female) must have a travel permit if they are playing in a tournament/festival/jamboree outside of the City of Leduc
Before you apply for a Tournament permit, you should ensure there are no league game conflicts that need to be resolved. Teams playing in EFHL have a couple of options regarding a Tournament Permit.
- EFHL offers "pay per use" requests for Blackout dates
- check the EFHL site for deadlines to apply for a blackout
- Your permit request can remain pending until you resolve game conflicts
- Your permit can be approved with teams "promising" to resolve game conflicts and if they do not, EFHL will levy a fine against the team.
- All travel permit requests need a minimum of 5 days' notice before travel. If the request is less than 5 days' notice you may not receive your permit.
APPLY FOR YOUR TOURNAMENT TRAVEL PERMIT WITH JESSICA JONES: LMHA PERMITS
When a player or team official receives a suspension, they are required to serve the suspension during the next scheduled League, Tournament, or Provincial game. Exhibition games cannot be used to serve suspension unless the infraction occurred within the Intro to Hockey divisions (U7 and U9).
STOLLERY DONATION 2022/2023
LMHA sent 2 of their U13 Players, Josie & Morgan MacKinnon who played in last year's Adam Myers Tournament,
Leduc Minor Hockey Association
is proud to have donated to date through the years of the Adam Myers Tournament $34,228
that have helped many projects come to life over the years.
As an added bonus, Josie MacKinnon happens to be a Stollery kid and while in writing the cheque Josie noticed that they had the First Edition of the Stollery Kids Newsletter displayed featuring her story on the front page!
This year the Stollery is using the proceeds of fundraising to expand the play area commonly known as "The Beach". The beach is such an important part of any child's stay at the Stollery, it helps to create amazing positive memories during some very difficult days. It has been 7 years since Josie herself was admitted and when asked about her time at the Stollery she will always tell you about playing Bingo at the Beach and how her head started leaking but the nurses wrapped her head up so she could keep playing!