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Hydro One is proud to return as the presenting sponsor of the 2019 Little Native Hockey League tournament. The 48th annual tournament will take place in Mississauga from March 11-14, 2019 and is expected to be the largest in the organization’s history, with over 2,500 competitors from Indigenous communities in Ontario participating.


We recognize that sport has the power to change lives and shape strong and thriving communities, and we remain committed to investing in communities in order to promote growth and safety. Learn more in our news release, or watch the video below.
 


 
Photo of Garden River Little Thunder hockey team

Congratulations to our contest winners!

The Garden River Little Thunder Tyke Team has been selected by random draw as the winner of our social media contest that took place in January and February. They have won new Bauer hockey sticks for their entire team — Congratulations!

“Within our community, everybody knows somebody that’s played in Little NHL — parents, grandparents, you name it. Everyone has their stories about when they scored a goal and they’re always such nice memories. For us, making the trip to Mississauga and receiving new hockey sticks for our team will be one of our best memories of the tournament.”

— TJ Boissoneau
Little NHL Team Coach

Thank you to all the teams who shared their contagious team spirit!


Coaches Spotlight


 
 
 

Coach Duffy Simon: Aamjiwnaang First Nation

Meet Duffy, a team coach participating in this year’s Little Native Hockey League tournament. He started his own embroidery business 13 years ago, which supports his local Aamjiwnaang First Nation community by providing employment and business opportunities. Watch to find out what Little NHL means to him.

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Photo of Little NHL Coach Jim Maness

Coach Jim Maness: Aamjwinaang First Nation

Jim is from Aamjwinaang First Nation and has played hockey for more than 65 years. Today he instills his passion for the game in the Little NHL players that he coaches, including his grandchildren.

Image of a Hydro One truck on a residential street

Coach 3: Name here

A member of the crew always walked to the road whenever I had to leave my house in order to make sure I was able to pull out of my driveway safely. They were the best neighbours we ever had.

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Are you a member of a Little NHL team? Enter our #WinAsOneTeam social media contest!
  1. Post a photo of your Little NHL team showcasing team spirit to your own Facebook or Instagram account

  2. Tag @HydroOneOfficial and #WinAsOneTeam in your post

  3. Provide us with your contact information using our online form so that we can get in touch if you win.
     

If you don’t have a Facebook or Instagram account, not to worry – you can still participate. Fill out the online form below and attach your team spirit photo. The contest closes on February 22, 2019 and the winner will be selected at random the following week*. Read the full contest rules and regulations.

 

The winning entry will receive new hockey sticks for their entire team!

Little NHL #WinAsOneTeam Social Media Contest

Fill out the entry form online and attach your team spirit photo. We are accepting one submission per team and the winner will be selected at random.

Enter the Little NHL Social Media Contest

*No purchase necessary. Contest runs from 11:00:00 a.m. ET on January 17, 2019 to 11:59:59 p.m. ET on February 22, 2019. There is a total of one prize available to be won, as follows: new hockey sticks (which retail for approximately $50 each) for each member of the participating team. The odds of winning depend on the number of entries received, and a winner will be selected at random. Winner must answer a skill testing question and sign a release. Contest is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook nor Instagram. For full rules and how to enter, visit www.HydroOne.com/LittleNHL.