11th Annual RMHC Golf Classic

11th Annual RMHC Golf Classic Sponsorship Opportunities

We are only a few short months away from our 11th Annual RMHC Golf Tournament and we’re now looking for both teams and sponsors. The event takes place on Thursday August 20 and it promises to be as fun and entertaining as ever.

Available opportunities are:

  • Team & Hole Sponsorship (team of four)
  • Hole sponsorship only
  • Team of four only
  • Driving Range Sponsorship
  • Dinner Sponsorship (includes team of four)
  • Hole sponsorships for prize on Par 3

If you are part of a business or organization, or know of one that would be interested in sponsoring this year and or entering a team, please let us know. These spots will fill up, so act now.

If you have any additional questions, feel free to contact Melissa at: (506) 204-6995 or email rmhcgolftour@gmail.com

You can download our signup form here: RMHC Golf Tournament Registration 2015.

EDZA East looking for Coaches and Directors

Coaches and Directors

EDZA East is now accepting applications for coaching positions for the 2015 – 2016 season. Positions available include five male (5) Peewee ‘AAA’ teams; two (2) male Bantam ‘AAA’ teams, one or two (1-2) Minor Bantam ‘AAA’; one (1) male Midget ‘AAA’ Minor team and one (1) male Midget ‘AAA’ Major team.

Positions are also available for one (1) Female Bantam ‘AAA’ team and one (1) Female Midget ‘AAA’ team.

Positions on the EDZA East Board of directors are also available. These would include Midget rep, Bantam rep, Peewee rep, Female rep, Minor Hockey rep and a director at large.

Interested candidates can forward their credentials and resumes along with position sought to:
PO Box 261
Moncton, NB
E1C 8K9

or via email to: edzaeast@hotmail.com. 

Deadline for applications is May 15, 2015.


By Rob McLure, Asst. Coach

When Glenn Leaman assembled his team of 17 Atom A players along with their Parents for that first team meeting back in October he was clear, “We will not be measuring this year’s success by wins and losses. Our goals are to provide a quality program of skill development, game play instruction and personal and team growth.”, he went on to say, “We will measure the year’s accomplishments by comparing where we finishing on the development ladder and looking back to compare how much we have climbed.”

Well as one of the assistant coaches on that team this season, I must admit those words expressed in that original meeting rang so true during our competition in the infamous SEDMHA year-end tournament recently… Continue reading SUCCESS ACHIEVED AT SEDMHA FOR THE ATOM A BLUES

A special thank you to all Volunteers

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Hockey New Brunswick provides an opportunity for youth in our province to participate

in hockey. This organization would not be able to create such opportunities if it were not

for you, the volunteer.

Minor hockey in New Brunswick is continuing to grow and better develop our youth, due

to the large number of volunteers that come forward every year. The work that you do

does not go unnoticed. Countless hours spent in the rink for games and practices,

scheduling of ice times and the many road trips throughout the province are just a few of

the roles and responsibilities that you as a volunteer undertake.

I personally wish to thank you for all that you do for your minor hockey association.

Without you we as an organization would not be able to lead, develop and promote

positive hockey experiences for the youth of New Brunswick.


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Raymond Carmichael


Hockey New Brunswick


Congratulations to our RMHC Team of the Year!

With 52 wins, 5 losses, and 7 ties, 22 shut outs in 64 games, 7 banner wins including Provincial Bantam AA Champions, there was never any doubt who our Team of the Year would be.  

We are so proud to award this honour to our Bantam AA Blues. 

An interesting side note this spectacular season is that head Coach Sean Ryan won the same Provincial medal back in the 2000-2001 season which was the same years that all his current players were born. Coach Sean had his medal in the dressing room for the boys to tap for luck before each game.

Congratulations to Coach Sean, Assistant Coaches; Jeff Whiteway and Ryan Meisner, manager Kevin Donovan, and all the players and parents. This will truly be a season to remember.


Riverview Minor Hockey closes the books on another hugely successful season!

Hockey is alive and well here in Riverview!

With all five of our Riverview Blues Competitive teams heading to provincials this past weekend, there was much excitement and anticipation.

We are so proud to report that two out of our four teams won Provincial banners and the other two went all the way to the semi finals!

Our Peewee B Blues attended provincials in Grand Falls.  They did not make cross-overs, but they did very well against some tough competition and considered the weekend a success and great experience for all the players.

Our Peewee A Blues made it to their semi finals in York North and the Midget B Blues finished first overall in the playoffs and made it to their semi final game in Saint John losing a very close game 2-1.

Our Bantam B Blues won a hard fought final game on home ice against Restigouche West capturing our first banner of the weekend.

Bantam B Blues

Finally, the Bantam AA Blues shut out their arch rival Petitcodiac 4-0 (in Petitcodiac) for a convincing gold medal win, capturing their 6th banner of the season!

Bantam AA Blues

It is also worth noting that several former RMHC players won the Midget AAA provincial banner playing with the Moncton AAA Hawks as well as many of our former female players who also captured provincial gold playing for the Female Bantam and Midget AAA Moncton Rockets.

Female Bantam AAA Moncton Rockets
Female Midget AAA Moncton Rockets
Midget AAA Moncton Hawks

Congratulations to all players, coaches, parents and volunteers! It’s been a great season!