The purpose of BOHA is to provide recreation and fellowship through organized hockey and contribute, through the active participation of its membership, the promoting of community spirit and support of charitable causes.
There are six (6) teams in the league and games are played on Tuesday evenings at the Beaconsfield Arena (1974 City Lane). Game times are 8:00pm, 9:25pm and 10:50pm, with each game consisting of two-period, 35 minutes each.
NEW PLAYERS: To become a member of BOHA, please click on "Spare Manager" in the upper right corner of the web page. You will be directed to the Spare Manager home page. Once there, you will find instructions on how to Register. This is also the place you log into to see available games to spare, teams, players etc.
We also sponsor a hockey tournament each year, this will our 20th Anniversary. This is our largest fundraising event, with proceeds going to various local charities. The tournament takes place the end of September and we encourage everyone's participation to help make it successful.
On Sept 4 the first game of the newly created Beaconsfield Oldtimers Hockey Association "Seniors Division" was played after years of lobbying for a pathway senior players could take as they wind down their illustrious hockey careers.
The Seniors Division was created for hockey players who didn't want to be forced to stop playing this great sport because their age made it too difficult to keep up with younger guys, wanted good exercise and continue to enjoy the great comradery with "old" and "new" friends
Seniors Leadership Team: Ted Jackson, Wayne Hart, Ed Hussey, Bob Roe and Jack Hubert
For More Information Contact: Bob Roe: 514-219-1722 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Jack Hubert: 514-244-3456 or J_B_hubert@videotron.ca
Rumours have circulated for weeks as to the whereabouts of star goaltender Shawn Farrell. Well he is ready to make is return to the ice, this week, after an extremely successful run at last weeks Canadian Men's Senior Golf Championship (although the tournament is called "Canadian" there were players from all over North America).
BOHA's own, Shawn Farrell qualified for the Canadian Men's Senior Golf Championship by winning the provincial seniors championship at the beginning of August. He took time away from hockey to avoid injury and sharpen his golf game. This past week, he battled at the Gowan Brae Golf Club for four rounds. Shawn not only made the cut of over 150 golfers, he was close to the top of the leader board the entire way! In the third round, high winds seemed to favour only one golfer of the remaining 73, as he took a commanding lead, finishing tied for 22nd. An amazing result, for those of us who play the game regularly can appreciate, that one of our BOHA members accomplished.
Please join us in congratulating Shawn. Way to go Shawn!!
Shawn's home course is Windmill Heights where BOHA holds their annual golf tournament.