Playoff finals began on Tuesday evening. The Bantam division championship culminated in an overtime finish amidst heavy rain and snow. All other divisions play their finals on Saturday. Congratulations to the players on the following championship teams, and to all the players in the league for a fantastic season.
Novice Champions: RoofWorks
Minor Atom Champions: M.F. Plumbing
Atom Champions: Pazek Auto
Peewee Champions: Pivot
Bantam Champions: Falafel World
We look forward to seeing you next season.
Tim Flood Receives Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal
To mark the 2012 celebrations of the 60th anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s accession to the Throne as Queen of Canada, the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal was created. Administered by The Chancellery of Honours, as part of the Office of the Secretary to the Governor General, it is a tangible way for Canada to honour Her Majesty for her service to this country and to honour individual Canadians for significant contributions and achievements.
Tim Flood was honoured with this award for his long-standing involvement with, and support of, skating and hockey in our community, beginning as a player at Swansea to being our president.
Thank You Very Much Tim!
MP Peggy Nash announces recipients of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal
The Governor General of Canada: Diamond Jubilee Medal
Welcome to the Swansea Hockey Association
CELEBRATING OUR 40TH SEASON
The Swansea Hockey Association is the largest outdoor not for profit league in North America. Over the past 40 years the league has had more than 20,000 boys and girls between the age of 4 and 18 participate in the league. None of it would be possible without the continuous support of Parks and Recreation, City of Toronto, all of the past and present sponsors and the countless hours by the thousands of volunteers.
Braving the Canadian winter, players thrive in an atmosphere of encouragement and fair-play. It's a low-key, fun, and safe environment for players and parents to learn to skate, learn hockey, enjoy the sport and spend time with friends in the great outdoor.
Our home rink is located in Swansea's Rennie Park has been described as a "jewel" in the middle of a big city -- a tie that binds our tightly knit community together. Overlooking the ice is the David H. Williams Clubhouse that is named after the first president, and one of the founders of the league. The facility is also home to the Swansea Girls Hockey League and the Swansea Figure Skating Association.