The South Delta Minor Hockey Association (SDMHA) is a community- based, volunteer-driven association established to promote and provide hockey experiences in South Delta.

The SDMHA provides a variety of hockey programming for boys and girls between the ages of 5-20 years of age and their families. The SDMHA is a participating association of the Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey Association (PCAHA), a member of BC Hockey and of Hockey Canada, and is constituted under the Societies Act of British Columbia.


The mission of the SDMHA Storm is to nurture the complete player - to develop well-rounded young athletes and citizens. Our goal is to help kids develop a life-long passion for the game of hockey, and to learn some of the important life lessons such as sportsmanship, respect for teammates and opponents, working as part of a team, and playing hard to achieve success.


June 1 - Registration Opens for Returning Players

June 15 - Registration Opens for New Players

August 15 - HCSP Certification Deadline for 2018-2019 Season

August 20 - 24 - Boots Rep Prep Skills Camp

August 25 - 2018/19 Rep Tryouts Begin

September 1 – Completed Criminal Record Check deadline for ALL SDMHA VOLUNTEERS

September 1– CATT (Concussion Awareness Testing Tool) deadline for ALL SDMHA VOLUNTEERS

September 22/23 - Storm Apparel Fitting - SDRC

October 13 - Coach 1  - Intro to Coaching Clinic

October 28 - Photo Day

November 9 - 12 - Tim Jardine  Bantam/Midget Showcase

December 1 - Deadline for all coaches to have qualifications

December 27 - 30  - Party In Da House

January 12 - Vancouver Giants Night Fundraiser

January 25 - 27 - Peewee A1 Winter Showcase

May 14 - AGM @ Beach Grove Golf Club





At SDMHA we are very proud to have the ability to offer a great mentorship to our volunteer coaches. The expertise of our professional coaching staff allows us the best coaching possible for our young players in the association.

BC logoSouth Delta Minor Hockey Association acknowledges the financial assistance of the Province of British Columbia