Important Dates and Information
- The City of Toronto assistance on COVID-19 click here
- Scarborough Sharks knows the game will look quite different, due to the current Covid-19 pandemic. Be assured, we continue to work on our multi-faceted return-to-hockey plan that includes health and safety regulations, communications and seasonal structure.
- Parents & Players if you are looking for volunteer hours or if you are looking to volunteer click here for more details
- Registration for the 2020-21 House League is still open and subject to start when Toronto enters into orange zone or lower. click here for House League registration..
Return To Hockey
The Scarborough Sharks Girls Hockey Association is a not for profit organization that is run by and relies on the efforts of its enthusiastic volunteers. Given the new restrictions and circumstances imposed by the Province and Local Medical Officers of Health, the association currently is reviewing options available under Hockey Canada and the Ontario Women's Hockey Association Return to Hockey Protocols and Guidelines to assess and determine the delivery of its programs going forward.
Important Health Information
Are you currently experiencing any of the following symptoms?
- Difficulty Breathing
- Soar Throat
- Runny Nose
- Loss of Taste
- Loss of Smell
- Not Feeling Well
If you have any of these symptoms please stay home?
Shark Goalie in Action
Kruger Products have developed a new initiative, the ‘Kruger Big Assist’, to help hockey families during what has been a challenging year for many across the country. The Big Assist will donate over $150,000 by awarding $10,000 to 15 different Canadian minor hockey associations to help offset playing costs for families in need of financial assistance. HOW TO PARTICIPATE:…Read More
The long-awaited hockey season is just around the corner. With last year’s season cut short, coaches, kids and parents are looking forward to returning to the rink. Hockey parents can all agree, rushing to the rink on time, navigating the chaos of the change room and getting their player suited up, is hectic on a…Read More
We are deeply saddened to share that we have lost one of our own – a Shark, a captain, a teammate, and a friend. On August 19, 2020 Katerina passed unexpectedly and suddenly without warning. She was 18 years old. Katerina, or Kat to her teammates, was such an outstanding and driven individual. She was the captain…Read More
Dear Sharks Families, On behalf of the Sharks Executive Team, I trust that you and your friends, colleagues and team mates are all well. The purpose of this communique is to provide you with an update regarding the status of hockey within our Sharks association. At this time, the governing bodies, Hockey Canada and the…Read More
Scarborough Sharks revise their Mission Statement, after several successful season the Scarborough Sharks have updated their mission statement to adapt to the current environment. The Scarborough Sharks reaffirm there continued commitment to girls hockey and the game of hockey. Click here to for more commitment detailsRead More
Sharks Families, I’m sure all of you are aware of the current COVID-19 situation with global implications to our way of life. Just a short while ago, Hockey Canada and the OWHA announced the end to the 2019-2020 hockey season. Attached please find the Media Advisory from Hockey Canada and the Information Bulletin from the…Read More
Little Sharks win GOLD Midget BB win GOLD Senior A Misketis win GOLD Atom A take Silver Atom B take Silver Atom DS take Silver Bantam B take Silver The hard fought battle came to a 0-0 tie at the end of the third and after overtime. After the first three shooters of shootout, still…Read More
36th New Years Classic (OWHA Sanction Number 1920031) Division Champions Finalists Atom A Ancaster Avalanche Scarborough Sharks Atom BB Cambridge Roadrunners Scarborough Sharks Atom DS Etobicoke Dolphins Scarborough Sharks Peewee BB Clearview Icecats CYGHA Panthers Peewee B Durham West Brantford Peewee DS Oshawa Lady General Waterloo Ravens Bantam A Clearview IceCats Ancaster Avalanche Bantam…Read More
Sharks Bite Centres of Excellence
- Fun & Safe Environment
- Respect and Dignity
- Promoting Fairness and Equity
- Team Accountability
- Qualified Staff
- Fiscal Responsibility
- Mentoring and Education
- High Intensity