Face Off For Mental Health & Pass the Puck Award, News (Petrolia Minor Hockey)

PrintNews Article
Click to view full-size image
Face Off For Mental Health & Pass the Puck Award
Submitted By Karis Sylvester on Wednesday, October 3, 2018
PMHA is proud to once again, partner with St. Clair Child and Youth Services and other local minor hockey organizations for Face Off For Mental Health. We are also taking part in new initiative for Novice teams and above "Pass the Puck Award".

Each team has been given golden Pass the Pucks. After each game the player in possession of the puck will pass it off to a teammate for any reason they see fit. Team work, great play, discipline. This is a player to player award. Taking pictures of recipients and posting to the Pass the Puck Facebook page is encouraged.

For the month of November, we will be participating in “Face off for Mental Health”.  Each player will be provided with green skate laces and a roll of green tape to use for the month.  This visual cue will help us raise awareness at our home and away games, tournaments and on social media. More details to follow.

One in five children struggles with mental health issues but five in five are impacted!
Nick Salaris
Petrolia MHA
This article has been viewed 531 times.
Team Sites
Social Networking
Follow Us On
Follow Petrolia Minor Hockey on Twitter
- and -
Visit Petrolia Minor Hockey on Facebook
Quick Links
Manage Subscriptions
Signup to receive email or text messages for the teams you want to follow.
News ArchiveOther Recent Articles
  • 14
    PMHA is now accepting Rep & AE Coach applications for the 2021/22 season. We welcome all individuals who are interested in coaching at the Rep & AE level to submit an application online.
  • 17
    Dear Petrolia Minor Hockey Members, Bryan Boyle is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic:  Petrolia Minor Hockey Association AGM Time: Wednesday, May 19, 2021 at  07:00 PM Eastern Time(Canada)
  • 06
    Dear Petrolia Minor Hockey Association Families, COVID-19 continues to impact our lives in many ways. We hope everyone has been able to stay healthy and safe. Your PMHA Directors are looking ahead to the upcoming year, 2021-2022. A face-to-face ...
  • 12
    Hello PMHA families, We hope you are all doing well during this strange time. While we are unsure about how things will look in the fall, the OMHA is looking for kids interested in referee school. This is normally held in Windsor in September ...
  • 22
    The 2021 Virtual Coaches Clinics are now available. Please click on the above "Coaches" tab and then "2021 Virtual Coaches Clinics" or click on the link ...
  • 08
    To All PMHA families, The 2020/21 season has brought us many challenges on so many levels. The PMHA board continues to meet on a regular basis to monitor the season and to come up with a safe plan while following all of the health unit ...
  • 05
    A longtime member of the Petrolia Squires has written and published his first book, and it’s all about hockey. Brad Burton said “Making The Cut” follows 16-year-olds D.J. Roberts and Brad Martinsen and their efforts to crack the lineup of a ...
  • 30
    PMHA would like to add clarity to the article in The Observer and Independent about COVID-19 cases in the Adult Rec hockey league. We have had no cases of COVID-19 in PMHA during our play from October through the late-December lockdown. We want ...
Printed from petroliaminorhockey.com on Monday, July 26, 2021 at 9:22 AM