Beausejour Brokenhead Minor Hockey is excited to announce that registration for officials for the upcoming 2023-2024 season is now open. As one of the leading hockey organizations in the region, BBMHA takes pride in providing a safe and competitive environment for young players to develop their skills.
Officials play a vital role in ensuring fair play and maintaining the integrity of the game. Whether you are an experienced official or looking to get involved for the first time, BBMHA welcomes individuals of all ages and backgrounds to join their officiating team.
By becoming a hockey official, participants have the opportunity to contribute to the sport they love while also developing valuable life skills such as leadership, decision-making, and conflict resolution. Officiating is a rewarding experience that allows individuals to be actively involved in the game and make a positive impact on young athletes.
BBMHA offers comprehensive training and support to all officials, regardless of their level of experience. Through officiating clinics and on-ice training sessions, individuals will receive the necessary tools and knowledge to excel in their role. Additionally, ongoing mentorship programs are available to help officials continue to grow and refine their skills throughout the season.
As an official, participants will have the chance to officiate a variety of games, from local house-league matches to competitive tournaments. It is an excellent opportunity to become an integral part of the hockey community and build lasting relationships with players, coaches, and fellow officials.
To register as an official for the 2023-2024 season, interested individuals can visit the Beausejour Brokenhead Minor Hockey website for more information on the registration process. The deadline for registration is approaching, so don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to be part of the BBMHA officiating team for the upcoming season.
Join Beausejour Brokenhead Minor Hockey as an official and be at the heart of the action, contributing to the growth and development of young hockey players while enjoying the thrill of the game.