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24 Hour Tournament Update
Apr 13, 2014, 6:51 am
Congratulations to all that participated in the Norwood Minor Hockey tournament fundraiser. An incredible amount of 15 games played, in nineteen hours, by six teams ! 
A big thank you is extended to the organizers Barry Walsh and Tim Klompmker, Asphodel Norwood Community Centre manager Greg Hartwick and his staff for supporting this event.  Also a huge thank you goes out to Kari Dart who stayed at the arena right through from beginning to the very end with absoluletly no sleep in between!
Many hours were also dedicated by members of our community, representatives of the Midget and Bantam hockey teams,  as well as Executive Staff. The cumulative efforts of all of these people made this fun fundraising initiative possible !!!   There were even  player participants who volunteered to referee between their own games, instead of catching a short period of sleep.  Below is a photo of the players in the very last game of the tournament.
All monies profited will support the success of future minor hockey programs in our community. 
See you next year !!

Midget A - All Ontario Champions
Mar 26, 2014, 6:25 am




Congratulations to the J.J. Stewart Midget A team for winning the 2014 OMHA All Ontario Championships.  They were successful in beating Port Dover 3 games straight with scores of 4-0, 3-0, and 7-0!  Well done team - your community, families and friends are very proud of you!

Bantam A - All Ontario Finalists
Mar 26, 2014, 6:19 am

Bantam A 2014 Finalists


Congratulations to the Bantam A Hornets for becoming the  2014 OMHA All-Ontario Finalists!  You have had a fantastic season and should be very proud of your accomplishments.  NDMS and your community are certainly very impressed with how well you represented not only our minor hockey organization but the Town of Asphodel-Norwood - both on and off the ice!  Well done Bantam A team!! 





Hockey Swap for HOPE
Mar 26, 2014, 5:22 am

Helping Others Participate Equally (HOPE) has joined the Peterborough Hockey Association (PHA) and surrounding centres for an important cause.  HOPE is a non-profit organization that looks to provide support to those in need around the community. 

Volunteers are gathering used or new hockey equipment locally starting March 22 and through to end of April and then Aug 16th all equipment they gather will be laid out on the Kinsmen floor in Peterborough for anyone to stop and buy it at fairly inexpensive prices. They will then take the money raised and turn portions over to the contributing communities such as Peterborough, Keene, Douro, and Ennismore. They would also like to have Norwood included as well. Their goal is for the money to be used to either pay for icetime, or equipment or registration for tyke age players whos parents may not be able to afford to put them in hockey. We would like to get as many kids playing hockey as possible and with the rising costs of the sport they are trying to help in any little way we can.

More details of this initiative can be read through the following article:

***  Locally, everyone can bring equipment to the Awards Day.  Ryan Sedgwick will collect from the rink at that time.  Alternatively, Ryan also will collect from his house till the end of April.  Please contact him at 705 639-8991 to arrange your drop-off.  Thank you everyone for your support!


Mar 22, 2014, 5:33 am

2014 Youth Ball Hockey League at the Asphodel-Norwood Community Centre


For youths between the ages of 6 to 12


Games will run 8 weeks starting in May, from 6-8PM

Register EARLY! Only 68 player spots available


The cost is $45 per player; please pay in cash or cheque payable to the Township of Asphodel-Norwood.


Please contact the Asphodel-Norwood Community Centre to register.


Volunteer Coaches are needed


For more information call or email Greg Hartwick at 705-639-2342 or

Registration Form - available soon


Ball Hockey Rules - available soon

Like the Asphodel Norwood Community Centre on Facebook for more details, game scores, and pictures.

Respect in Sport - OMHA online program for parents
Feb 15, 2014, 2:28 pm

From the OMHA:

"In an ongoing effort to foster a safe and enjoyable environment for our athletes in  our great game, the OMHA is implementing a plan to ensure the OMHA is a complete Respect integrated organization.

Effective August 31, 2014, at least one parent or guardian of each player registered in the OMHA will be required to complete the online Respect in Sport Parent Education Program as a condition of their child's participation.

The Respect in Sport parent program is a proactive, educational program that empowers parents with the tools to ensure the game is enjoyable and respectful for themselves, their children, and all other stakeholders in the game.  This portion of the program is only one of the three pillars of our respect platform.  The Respect in Sport Activity Leader program is currently a condition of participation for all Team Officials (bench staff), and will be a requirement for all on-ice Volunteers and all on-ice referees (age 16 and above), effective August 31, 2014.  Through this mandate, all stakeholders will be introduced to Respect education when considering the needs of our athletes.

NDMS will be responsible for implementing these requirements as established by the OMHA and requires your support and cooperation with ensuring the completion of this certification.  Although the OMHA has identified a deadline for compliance, many member Associations have chosen to be proactive and have set earlier deadlines for compliance.  The OMHA supports Member Associations who have opted to adopt this proactive approach.

Please ensure that you provide feedback as requested upon completion of the program, to provide your insights on optimizing program content, and system functionality.

Thank you for your commitment to the safety, enjoyment, and success of your child, and all OMHA participants."

 Please visit for further information or to register for this course. Select the Respect tab along the top of their home page.






Coach's Corner

Thank You!
Apr 12, 2014, 6:27 pm

Thank you to all coaches and coaching staff who generously volunteered many hours of their own time this past season, for the benefit of our NDMS players and families! Without you, we wouldn't have been able to provide hockey to the children in our community!!



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