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JLMHA Used Hockey Equipment Sale Sept20

JLMHA Used Hockey Equipment Sale Sat. Sept 20, 12-5. All items $5 - proceeds to Community Care.

Goalie Clinics Sept 18 & 20

Jordan Lions Minor Hockey has arranged to have Lucas Lobsinger, goalie coach from the Niagara Ice Dogs, come to the Jordan arena to put on a 2 hour go...

Completion of Volunteer Hours with JLMHA

See the attached notice for information how to sign up to complete your volunteer hours at the foodbooth.

OPENING DAY - Saturday Sept 13th

Opening day for Jordan Lions Minor Hockey is Saturday, Sept 13th. The following divisions will participate in evaluation drills on Saturday Sept. 13th...

Chevrolet Free Hockey Helmet Program

All players born in 2009, are eligible to receive a free Bauer Hockey helmet.


Respect in Sport Parent Education Program


Respect in Sport Parent Education Program   In an ongoing effort to foster a safe and enjoyable environment for our athletes, the Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) is implementing a plan to ensure we are a complete Respect integrated organization. The Respect in Sport parent program is an online proactive, educational program that 

empowers parents with the tools to ensure the game is enjoyable and respectful for themselves, their children and all other stakeholders in the game.

Effective August 31, 2014, at least one parent or guardian of each player registered in minor hockey will be required to have completed the online Respect in Sport Parent Education Program as a condition of their child's participation. Failure to complete this requirement will result in your child not being able to register for any team.

Your association will be responsible for implementing these requirements as established by the OMHA and requires your support and cooperation with ensuring the completion of this certification.

The cost of the online Respect in Sport Parent Education Program is $12 plus HST which can be paid via credit card or PayPal when registering online.

Thank you for your commitment to the safety, enjoyment and success of your child, and all OMHA participants.

IMPORTANT: When completing the course it is important to ensure all your children participating in minor hockey are properly entered in the 'Child Management' screen. Children's names should be entered using the same spelling as when they were registered with JLMHA. If you cannot find your child in the data base please contact JLMHA for assistance. Upon completion of the program, please save a copy of your certificate and the confirmation email for future reference.

Respect in Sport Parent Program FAQ
OMHA RIS Parent Login Info


About Jordan Lions Minor Hockey -- Our Programs:

Jordan offers the Town of Lincoln residents the opportunity to have steady Saturday games up to the Peewee age group. The Jordan family consists of players primarily from the Town of Lincoln (Jordan, Beamsville and Vineland) but also accepts non-resident players into it's house-league program.  

The Tyke program operates more like a hockey school teaching them essential skills along with fun scrimmages for the kids. Our Novice to Midget divisions offer a great opportunity to build confidence and skill through our House-league program. A Rostered Select program gives excelling players an additional opportunity to test their skills against other centres running similar programs.  

Just minutes from Beamsville, Jordan Station is at the East end of the Town of Lincoln next to Vineland Station. 

Jordan Minor Hockey

Currently Jordan Lions Minor Hockey offers one of the best House-league programs in Ontario with all our divisions playing their house-league hockey at the Jordan Arena.

This is complemented by an OMHA Rostered Select program that allows the top house-league players from the Town of Lincoln an opportunity to play other centres' top house-league players in an exhibition and tournament format.


Register in Jordan now to be part of one of the best hockey programs in Canada.

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