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Snowflake Tournament

SDGHA 24th Annual Tournament

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Dates December 7-9, 2018

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SDGHA 2018/19 Team Success

  • Wolverines Bantam HL win GOLD in Barrie
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Governing Bodies

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Player / Coach Development

'Going to be the best ever' - Sudbury to host Esso Cup

Fran Rider, president of the Ontario Women's Hockey Association speaks at a press conference where is was announced the Sudbury is hosting the 2019 Esso Cup in Sudbury, Ont. on Tuesday November 7, 2017. Gino Donato/Sudbury Star/Postmedia Network

Fran Rider, president of the Ontario Women's Hockey Association speaks at a press conference where is was announced the Sudbury is hosting the 2019 Esso Cup in Sudbury, Ont. on Tuesday November 7, 2017. Gino Donato/Sudbury Star/Postmedia Network

First time hosting national midget girls hockey championship

Deidre Debassige knew, when she and her parents committed to joining the Sudbury Lady Wolves, that they were in for a lot of travel, including regular two-hour trips from M'Chigeeng First Nation on Manitoulin Island to the Nickel City.

They may not have known just how far Debassige would go – to the 2014 Esso Cup national midget girls hockey championship in Stoney Creek, where her Lady Wolves captured bronze, then to the 2015 tournament in Red Deer, Alta., where Sudbury won gold.

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Providing young girls with the equal opportunity to benefit from all of the great things hockey has to offer.

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Fast Facts About SDGHA

 
  • Sudbury's fastest growing association
  • Over 600 girls on Over 40 teams
  • 2011 our teams won over 20 Tournaments
  • Meet other girls from across the city
  • Access to top notch coaches
  • Have FUN Playing with ALL Girls