What KMHA offers for Girls Hockey (Kitchener Minor Hockey)

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Lady Ranger Rookie Program
This program helps to develop skating and puck skills for young girls between the ages of 5 and 8. The player must be able to skate independently without the use of any skating aids or parents on the ice in order to participate in this program.  KMHA offers 10 week sessions in the Fall and Winter.

Girls Local League/Recreational
A community oriented hockey program structured to provide development and competition at a recreational level from ages 6 to 21.  Kitchener Minor Hockey Association is proud to offer the fastest and most exciting sport on ice to the girls of Kitchener.  Our local league teams participate in the Kitchener Local League and play against centres in and around Waterloo Region.  This Program is designed to support the passion, commitment and enjoyment of all its participants.  BE A PART OF OUR TEAM!

Girls Development Stream
All age divisions of girls local league from U11 to U18 are eligible to form a “House League DS (development stream) Team” to participate in Hockey Canada sanctioned exhibition games and tournaments.

Girls Representative Hockey
KMHA's Rep Program was developed to allow for the potential development of a hockey player at the highest level of competition and at the caliber most suited to the individual hockey player's needs, abilities and desires.   “To encourage players to uphold the three principles during their time of competition, and to become fine young adults, contributing to the community after their playing involvement is over”.
Kitchener Lady Rangers (AA, A, BB, B): Refers to the caliber of “representative hockey” under the Lower Lakes Female Hockey League from U11 to Over 22 divisions. LLFHL website - www.llfhl.ca