The revamped OHA site features responsive technology that streamlines the user experience across all devices. The site offers improved navigation and news feed showcasing more articles, photos, and video content on the homepage
“The Ontario Hockey Association is very excited to introduce our redesigned website that will provide our fans with more content on user-friendly platform,” said OHA Board of Directors Chair Marc Mercier. “The new design not only delivers more content, but provides the information fans of the OHA and its member leagues crave in a more accessible fashion with a seamless transition from PC, to tablet, to mobile devices everywhere.”
The redesigned website is part of the OHA’s plan to continue to improve communication efforts, while at the same time enhancing the user experience. Earlier this month, the OHA unveiled its new e-newsletter. OHA ‘Between the Lines’ features front-of-mind stories from the OHA and its member leagues. Fans can sign up for OHA ‘Between the Lines’ by going here
For more information, please visit the new ohahockey.ca
About the Ontario Hockey Association
The Ontario Hockey Association (OHA) was founded on November 27, 1890, and is the governing body for the majority of Junior and Senior hockey in the Province of Ontario. The OHA is a Member Partner of the Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) which is one of thirteen Provincial and Regional Branches of Hockey Canada. It is comprised of three Junior hockey leagues and one Senior hockey league: Junior A – Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL); Junior B – Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League (GOJHL); Junior C – Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL); and Sr. AAA – Allan Cup Hockey (ACH). In 2017-18, these four leagues encompassed 110 teams at the Junior and Senior levels.
The objectives of the OHA are to foster and encourage the sport of amateur hockey, to conduct competition in the various categories established, to determine teams for entry into the inter-branch competitions that may be provided by Hockey Canada, and to provide for the affiliation of other hockey organizations.
The OHA provides administrative resources, coordinates programs, services and events for hockey participants and provides support to various Development Programs for coaches, officials, trainers and players, Safety and Risk Management Issues and offers resources for Harassment and Abuse education.