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Burnaby Minor Hockey Association is a community based non-profit minor hockey association, guided by our volunteer executive board and run primarily by volunteers from our membership.  BMHA is home to over 800 hockey players from our four year-old Little Bulldogs & Wildcats to our twenty year-old Juveniles.

It is the philosophy of Burnaby Minor Hockey Association that all children who wish to learn the skills of hockeky should have the opportunity to do so, within the limitations of available facilities, financial restrictions and available volunteer coaches.  It is also the philosophy of BMHA to provide an environment in which these children can learn hockey skills, play hockey at a level consistent with their aspirations, learn good sportsmanship and develop into young men and women that their parents and community can be proud of.


1. Burnaby Minor Hockey Association:
  • To promote, foster and encourage good citizenship and sportsmanship among the members, officials and the players of the Association;
  • To develop and provide opportunities for learning, enjoying and participating in the games of amateur hockey;
  • To establish, maintain and promote the level of public interest and awareness to increase participation in amateur hockey;
  • To develop, conduct and supervise effective hockey activities; and to coordinate complimentary programs in conjunction with the Burnaby Parks and Recreation Commission;
  • To support initiatives to build or improve facilities dedicated to the game of amateur hockey;
  • To recognize, encourage and support individuals and organizations that contribute to the success of minor hockey programs.
2. Player Development:
  • Provide instruction and leadership that maximizes the athletic potential of all players in a positive and enjoyable atmosphere while promoting personal growth through team development both on and off the ice.
3. Coaching Development:
  • Provide a program that promotes the coaches' talents in leadership, youth development, and hockey instruction while providing ongoing education for coaches in a defined and structured program.
4. Referee Development:
  • Provide clinics for those who wish to become referees.  Ensure they, as children in a learning process, can develop these skills and desire to continue as referees without undo criticism from coaches, parents and players.
5. Players/ Guardians:
  • Offer an enjoyable program that includes the involvement of the parents in key positions of volunteerism.  Involvement that provides the positive energy needed to help strengthen and direct our program to higher levels.

Burnaby Minor Hockey Association's Constitution, policies and procedures can be found on our Forms & Documents page.