News and Announcements


VEMHA is pleased to announce that Pre-registration for the upcoming season 2020/2021 is open. Do not delay as it could be on a 1st come, 1st served basis depending on numbers.

At this time we do not have all the information on how the season will proceed but will keep all updated as information comes available from Hockey Cana and the NOHA.

Registration fees, payment dates with location along with any other info will be posted once confirmed.

Registration will not be complete until payment is received.

Please note:
When registering please ensure that once you hit checkout you are not finished. Please make certain to check Other and click Next.
There will also be no fee involved at this time until certain decisions have been made by Hockey Canada, NOHA and VEMHA.

You can access the Registration from the following link 2020/2021 Online Registration or through the registration link at VEMHA.CA.



Hockey Card Trading Nights are happening at select Tim Hortons locations on October 25th and November 1st. Don’t miss your chance to complete your NHL® Trading Card collection by trading cards with members of your community!

Visit Trading Nights to find a participating location close to you.


Don’t miss out on the last chance to register for the upcoming season.

Wednesday, September 4th – 6:30pm – 8:00pm

PLEASE NOTE: Payment is due at these times, please note that there will be a $50.00 late fee added to all late registrations as well as any registrations with fees outstanding.*

Coaches Wanted

Posted by Valley East Minor Hockey Association at Aug 22, 2019 3:31PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

We are looking for Coaches for this upcoming season (2019/2020) for all divisions. You can download the Team Staff application form under the Coaches Corner section.

By submitting an application does not ensure a coaching position, but is greatly appreciated.


As you know Valley East, like all other associations, has some excellent coaches to teach the kids. This year we are going to pick their collective brains and get them to organize a mini Hockey Camp for the first 4 or 5 weeks into the season.

One of the main skills that will be taught, will be the skating stride. Reason being, is that it is a lot easier to teach a child a hockey skill, if that child knows how to stride properly.

They will also teach the child how to give and receive a pass properly, how to hold their stick properly, how to carry a puck while skating. The stronger skating kids will be taught more advanced skills such as edging, dekes, backward skating etc.

Our Volunteer Coaches will be given the proper tools to teach these skills, and your children will be the beneficiaries of their teachings.