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Langley Minor Hockey Association

Home of the Eagles Since 1973

Home of the Eagles since 1973

Happy New Year!

Wishing our membership a memorable year as well as a successful and fun second half of the season!

HNY 2019


Can't find that last email you received from LMHA?  All emails, news, and announcements are also posted on the website.

Hometown Hockey is coming to Langley on January 12th & 13th!

As we approach New Years, we are getting very close to the exciting HOMETOWN HOCKEY event coming to Langley January 12-13, 2019 and LMHA is involved.  We want as much participation from our players and parents as possible!

For festival details, you can visit…

Please watch for more email communications as we countdown the days to the event!


LMHA is pleased to be a part of the ePACT Network this season.  It is an emergency network that will help us move our medical forms and waivers online, saving tons of time and hassle for everyone involved and saving a few trees in the process. The access to information is quick and easy and security is banking level. This system has been approved by Hockey Canada for use since 2013.

You will be receiving an invite over the next few days. Please take the time to login and fill out the required information.

LMHA will require your players medical form and waivers completed PRIOR to players stepping on the ice.


Share your team's stories!  If you have a tournament win to share or story to tell, send us the details here and we will post it to share!

Congratulations to our Bantam A4 team for winning the Bantam A Tier 4 League Banner. Great work players and coaches!

Hardware Alert!!!

Our Langley Midget C1 Trojans skated away with the Gold Medal at the Jim Lindsay Memorial Tournament held from Feb 1-3 in Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge.

After securing a playoff spot on Saturday, the Trojans faced the U-18 Seattle Junior Selects in the Semi-Final and after falling down 3-0 in the third with 6 minutes left to play, the Trojans rallied to score 3 straight to tie and eventually won the game in the shootout.

In the Final, the Trojans stormed out to a 4-0 first period lead against the host Ridge Meadows C5 and never looked back winning 6-0 and hoisting The Cup.

Congratulations to our Midget A2 team who won bronze at the Coquitlam Tournament. It was a close game with a 2 - 1 win vs NVMA Midget A2 to take home the bronze.

Our Midget A1 team wins the Bronze medal in the Coquitlam Midget "A" New Year's Tournament. After a semi-final loss against the Central Zone Rockets, the team went on to win 5-2 over Thompson Zone Blazers finishing the tournament in 3rd place. Great work Midget A1!

Congratulations to our Peewee LY4 team, bringing home the silver medal from the tournament hosted by Abbotsford Minor Hockey over the Christmas break.

Hardware Alert! Congratulations to our Bantam LY4 team who went undefeated in the Abbotsford Tournament after Christmas to bring home the GOLD! Great work players and coaches!

Langley Peewee A3 wins the Platinum Tier in the 60th Annual Peewee Jamboree held in Chilliwack. They are the first A3 team to win the Platinum Tier in this tournament with their victory over Tricity.

Several LMHA teams participated in our first Food Bank Drive Challenge. The team who collected the most donations was rewarded with VIP privileges and swag at the Langley Rivermen game on December 15th, 2018. Congratulations, Langley Bantam A1 for all of their effort! Thank you to the Langley Rivermen for providing the prizes, and to CD Logistics for matching the food bank donations. A HUGE THANK YOU to all the teams who took on the challenge to support the Langley Food Bank!!!

The Langley Bantam A1 team came out on top in the LMHA first annual Food Bank Challenge by collecting enough food donations to overflow the back of a pick-up truck. To reward the team for their efforts, the boys enjoyed VIP privileges at the Langley Rivermen game, which included hot dogs, drinks and popcorn for the evening, Rivermen hats or socks, and a visit with the Rivermen after the game. Congratulations, Langley Bantam A1!

Congratulations to our Bantam LY2 Trashers for winning the GOLD in Enderby by defeating the home team, North Okanagan Knights, 8-1 in the final. Great work players and coaches!

November 26th, 2018 - This morning, as part of the "Road to the World Juniors" tour, BC Hockey visited Alice Brown Elementary School for a presentation and five of our Bantam A1 players were present to help with the event! Can you guess where the fifth player is? Thanks BC Hockey! To read more about the tour visit http://www.bchockey.net/NewsItem.aspx?id=2866


The Langley Midget C1 Trojans were awarded a silver medal for finishing second in the Brad Beckett Memorial Tournament held in Chilliwack over the Remembrance Day weekend. The team was lead by the heroic goal scoring of forward Lucas Guiotto who tallied 11 times in 7 games and by goalie Brandon Toby who recorded 2 shutouts. Trojans finished first in their pool and beat teams from Langley and Port Moody in the elimination round before being outplayed in the Final by a deserving Champion from Abbotsford and losing 2-0. Congrats to the boys!!!

The Peewee LY3 Vikings brought home the GOLD over the Remembrance Day weekend with a 4-0 record at the "Rock the Puck" tournament in Summerland. The team battled through a tough 2-1 win early on in the tournament that helped carry the momentum for top spot. Proud of our players and coaches!

Congratulations to our Atom A1 team for winning the GOLD in Saanich on the Remembrance Day weekend. Great work!

Congratulations to our Atom LY6 team who won GOLD in the Aldergrove Eat Sleep Hockey tournament. Way to go!

Congratulations to Atom LY9 for earning a SILVER medal over the Remembrance Day weekend with a 4-1 record. Great job!

Our Atom LY5 Vipers worked hard on the weekend in Gibsons / Sechelt. They went 4 and 0 in the round robin. In the gold medal final, at the end of 3 periods, the game was tied 1 - 1 against the Surrey C3 team. The game went to a shoot-out and after the first 3 shooters, the teams were still tied at 1 a piece. Sudden death found our Langley team victorious! Good kids and Great parents. GO VIPERS!

The Peewee LY1 Blades went undefeated through 6 games in the Coleton Nelson Memorial Tournament over the Remembrance day long weekend, to take home the Gold!

Coached by Spencer Hamade they played with hard work, determination but most important they played as a team. Assistant Coaches Blake Steinson and Nick Huber are very proud of the boys accomplishment and of their sportsmanship throughout the tournament. Brandon Spearman the Team Manager is proud of the great coaching staff and friendships the kids have created through this hockey season and many years to come.

Langley Minor Hockey Thank the following Sponsors for their Support of our Association