Richmond Jets News
A Richmond Jets player has been given one of the Lower Mainland’s premier awards in youth hockey. Josh Freeland was recently named the Earle Sinkie – U21 Division MVP. Named after Earle Sinkie, a PCAHA life member and long-time proponent of U21 hockey, the award is bestowed on the region’s U21 player adjudged to have…Read More
Photo by Vancouver Sports Pictures The RJMHA Board of Directors reviewed and discussed players participating with the Richmond Jets and in Non-Sanctioned Leagues at a recent board meeting and this memo is to confirm that there will be no restrictions in place for the coming season. The expectation and priority for all Jets registered players…Read More
On behalf of the Richmond Jets Minor Hockey Association, we wanted to thank Applewood Nissan for being a part of the Bauer First Shift Welcome Event. The NHL/NHLPA FIRST SHIFT program is designed to ensure a positive experience for new-to-hockey families. We want families to experience the game at its best — to understand why…Read More
Dear Members, We are thrilled to announce the selection of a new Executive Director to lead the Richmond Jets Minor Hockey Association. After a nearly year-long process, the Richmond Jets board and executive search committee have chosen Wayne Carleton to serve as the organization’s new Executive Director. Wayne will begin in his new role today,…Read More
Dear Members, The City of Richmond has planned for its phased reopening of Ice Rinks on August 24th. We have been working hard with the city and other user groups to get our ice rinks opened as soon as possible. Everyone involved shares the same passion for community sports, but safety must remain our top…Read More
The Richmond Jets are excited to partner with Impact Hockey Development and announce Tim Preston as the Director of Programming. This role will be to build, manage and coordinate the development blueprint- align the focus of all developers and coaches, coordinate the on ice instruction, and support our coaches. Given the current climate related to…Read More
Congrats to Richmond Jets PeeWeeC6 for winning the league play banner. As winners of the Richmond Icebreaker tournament in November, first time goalie JD Nair has been a superstar for the team this season!Read More
MacNeill Secondary School Thanks Players from the Richmond Jets Atom A2 Hockey Team! On February 18th I had the wonderful opportunity to meet with several Richmond Jets players as a meeting had been set up for the boys, to bring to the school, a wonderful donation! As it turns out the boys had heard about…Read More
The definition of “volunteer”, according to the Cambridge Dictionary is “a person who does something, especially helping other people, willingly and without being forced or paid to do it”. Coach Ray Hung is the epitome of “volunteer”. There are seasons when everything comes together – a fabulous player group, a terrific parent group and a…Read More
Congratulations to the Richmond Jets Bantam C2 team on winning gold at the Chilliwack Bantam Paul Brenner & Challenge Cup! Team was undefeated in tournament and worked hard for the win! The Bantam C2 team: Caden Barha Nathan Brown Ethan Chen Fayzan Dean Dylan Dholliwar Evynn Johal Jett Kouwenhoven Cole Kutny Baz Lacoumentas Benjamin…Read More
Richmond Jets Minor Hockey Association
As one of the largest minor hockey associations in British Columbia, the Richmond Jets Minor Hockey Association offers an integrated (boys and girls) minor hockey program from Initiation to Juvenile. Featuring both recreational ("C") and competitive ("A") streams, our programs operate out of the three different facilities in the City of Richmond: Richmond Ice Centre (RIC), Minoru Arenas (Stadium and Silver Rinks), Richmond Oval (North and South rinks).
We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.