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About Us

The Lakeshore history and programs
Our story

Lakeshore Minor Hockey Federation’s roots can be traced back to 4 founding minor hockey associations: Baie d’Urfe Minor Hockey, Beaconsfield Minor Hockey, Kirkland Minor Hockey and Saint Anne de Bellevue/Senneville Minor Hockey. In 1996 the 4 associations merged to form the Lakeshore Minor Hockey Federation.

Our Mission

Lakeshore Minor Hockey Federation’s mission and objective is to encourage, govern, organize and develop minor hockey programs while promoting and fostering sportsmanship, fair competition, development and safety for minor hockey players of all skill levels and interest.

Our Commitment

The Lakeshore Minor Hockey’s primary focus is to provide a total, well-rounded and positive hockey experience for the player, coach, referee, and parent. For players, the emphasis will be on the development of each and every player so that their experience with Lakeshore Minor Hockey will encourage them to continue their participation in hockey as players, coaches or officials. For coaches and referees, Lakeshore Minor Hockey will emphasize continuing education and training so that our participants will enjoy the best hockey experience possible. For parents, our focus is on providing an enjoyable atmosphere for all spectators.

Lakeshore Structure and Programs

Lakeshore Minor Hockey Federation includes approximately 1400 boys and girls from the ages of 4-21 playing minor hockey at both competitive and recreational levels. The program includes the cities of Beaconsfield, Kirkland, St. Anne de Bellevue, Baie d’Urfe & Senneville. Lakeshore hockey is an organization within the Lac St Louis hockey region which is a member of Hockey Quebec which in turn is a member of Hockey Canada.

Learn More

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The Single Letter program (recreational) has a level of commitment with the caliber of play and frequency being a little lower than the Double Letter program. It does not allow body checking, however it does permit physical contact at the Peewee/Bantam/Midget and Junior levels.

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The double letter program is geared to players wanting a more competitive environment and requires a bigger commitment to a more intense program throughout the season. Contact (body-checking) is allowed at the Bantam AA, Midget AA and Junior AA levels.

 


Volunteers Needed !!!

Lakeshore Minor Hockey is run entirely by volunteers and we are constantly looking for more people to get involved. Anyone interested is welcome and more help is always needed. If you are concerned with the way things are done or handled, we encourage a positive and active approach whereby individuals with new ideas can get involved and help improve the program for our kids. If you are able to assist or know of someone who is not in the program but may be willing to assist please fill in the following form and return it to LMHF.

Volunteers Registration Form