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Submitted By roadrunners Hockey on Wednesday, February 17, 2021 (364 views)
Cambridge roadrunners Girls Hockey Association are pleased to announce the following coaches for the 2021/2022 season:

U11A - Robbie McLellan ([email protected]) .
U11B - vacant
U13AA - Bryce Macey ([email protected])
U13BB - Ryan Gibb ([email protected])
U13B - vacant
U15AA - Scott Strachan ([email protected])
U15A - Paul Foley ([email protected])
U18AA - Kory Green ([email protected])
U18A - Chris Wighton ([email protected])
U18BB - TBA
U22B- Aaron Gooding ([email protected])

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Submitted By roadrunners Hockey on Monday, February 15, 2021 (185 views)
We have some good news. As of February 16th, Waterloo Region is moving from lockdown to the red control category. This means that the girls can finally get back on the ice!

Sports Park will be opening on February 16th while City rinks will be opening on February 22nd.Please check your calendars as we will be adding practices for house league and travel. We are still waiting for information from the City and the OWHA about protocols etc and will send out when it becomes available.

Our Treasurer is working on revised budgets for travel and house league and will send out to teams as soon as it is available.

We appreciate everyone’s patience as we continue to gather information and plan for the rest of the season. As always, the safety of our players, staff and members is of the upmost importance. Please continue to wear masks and follow Covid-19 protocols.

Regards,
Kirsty Booth
President
CrGHA

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Submitted By roadrunners Hockey on Wednesday, February 10, 2021 (557 views)
With the implementation of the CrGHA High Performance Program, we are seeing more and more of our athletes succeed and reach their goals of playing hockey at a higher level. This program fosters a close working relationship between our U15AA and U18AA teams with the Rivulettes providing opportunities for these players to regularly practice with the Rivulettes and being called up to play in games when needed. Many of our athletes are coming out of this program and moving up to play in the PWHL which is considered to be the highest level of junior women's amateur hockey in Ontario.  A lot of these players are fortunate enough to play on our own PWHL team, the Rivulettes who have celebrated many successes. The majority of these players are then going on to play university hockey in Canada or the United States often receiving hockey scholarships. In fact, for the last three years, every Rivulette graduate has gone on to play university hockey. The Rivulettes are also one of only three teams to make the second round of the playoffs each of the last three seasons. In addition, six players and staff represented Team Ontario at Nationals last year. It goes without saying that we are very grateful that our athletes have access to the Rivulettes and will continue to foster this relationship.   Read More

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Submitted By roadrunners Hockey on Saturday, January 16, 2021 (419 views)
Heaven gained a new angel last week.

We are so sorry to announce that after a 7 year battle with cancer, Herinka Parkes is no longer suffering in pain.

The Parkes family have been part of the roadrunners hockey family with both of their girls, but notably Adelina Parkes who was a goalie in Cambridge for many years. Herinka’s husband, Tony (former roadrunner coach), is now left to raise both of their girls on his own. Shannon Audette has set up a Go Fund me page to try and help out with current and upcoming expenses.

If you are able to help, it would be much appreciated.

https://www.gofundme.com/f/parkes-family-memorial-fund/donate

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Submitted By roadrunners Hockey on Wednesday, January 6, 2021 (823 views)
It is with profound sadness that CrGHA announces the passing of U7 Assistant Coach, Paul Metcalfe. Paul loved hockey and enjoyed being out on the ice working with the girls. He especially loved coaching his daughter Aurora. Paul's niece Ashley Penney was also a long time roadrunner playing for the roadrunners from Novice to Midget. 

U7 Head Coach Mike Grant partnered with Source for Sports to make helmet stickers in honour of Paul. Stickers are $5.00 each and proceeds will be donated to Paul's family. To purchase stickers, please email [email protected]
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