GPMHA has 970 players on 63 teams, with 424 team staff a growing squash community. Established in 1960, the GPMHA prides itself in being a forward thinking hockey association.
Wembley, ABContact: Ian Quintonwww.wembleyminorhockey.com/default.aspx?p=home
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10017 99 Ave, Grande Prairie, AB T8V 0R7www.grandeprairiestorm.ca
The Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) is an Alberta-based Junior A hockey league that belongs to the Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL).
The Grande Prairie Storm are a Canadian Junior A Hockey Team. They play in the Revolution Arena.
The North Peace Hockey League (NPHL) is a Canadian men's Senior ice hockey league based in Northern Alberta and North Eastern British Columbia. It is not professional but the teams and players play at a high calibre. The NPHL draws several hundred fans to each game, with many games being sold out each night.
The Peace Country Female Hockey League has been around since the late 1990???s. It incorporates adult womens hockey and tiers to allow an appropriate place for all to play. The Grande Prairie Panthers who play in this league have captured the Senior A Provincial Gold Medal for 8 straight years and advanced to the Western Canadian Shield. Other teams in the league have captured the Senior B Gold Medal and we are proud to have our league capture both of these titles. New players are always welcome and we will assist as best we can to find a team to play on. Teams in the area who play in the PCFHL include: Grande Prairie Panthers, Grovedale Vipers, Hythe Colts.
alternate phone 780-518-2708
Contact: Stan Neufeldwww.gphockeylegends.com
At its first meeting on November 24, 2003 a committee under the direction of Stan Neufeld proposed ??to enhance and publicize Grande Prairie??s rich hockey history by selecting and paying tribute to individuals who have been instrumental in the development of the game of hockey in our community.?? The Grande Prairie Hockey Legends project was later launched in conjunction with the 2004 Royal Bank Cup, hosted by the Grande Prairie Storm, as part of the Special Events under the direction of John Lehners.
The Grande Prairie Athletic Club was created in 2003 under the GP Minor Hockey umbrella to run male high performance teams: Bantam AAA, Minor Midget AAA, Major Midget AAA and Midget AA.