By the early 20th century, the international rules of the game had been entirely reshaped to Canadian standards with the nation playing a significant role in not only dominating, but shaping the world of ice hockey.
Fast forward to today, and hockey can be found in small towns and big cities across the country, with players from every background, ethnicity, and age representing the sport.
Hockey has become ingrained in the fabric of Canadian culture, with our global identity being closely tied to our passion and pride for the ice.
Each game we play we're working together towards a common goal of improving our game and agility, not only for ourselves, but for our our team. Hockey is a dynamic and exhilarating sport, but it is also a physically demanding outlet that promotes both physical and mental health.
Hockey benefits children and adults of all ages in a myriad of mental, physical, and emotional ways - promoting total fitness for the mind and body and essential lifelong skills. From improved gross and fine motor skills to strengthened emotional and physical endurance and a winning attitude, hockey is an excellent sport of choice for those looking to lead an active and balanced life.
We are never bound by a score or the remaining seconds on the clock and we are not afraid to challenge or hold each other accountable. When we play, each player understands their role, and the mindset we bring to each game guides our collective success.
By working together, we win together.
The Oakville Rangers Hockey Club (ORHC) is one of the largest non-profit organized hockey leagues in North America, with over 3,000 dedicated players and a history back to our inception in 1961.
We offer programs catered to the needs of everyone and have a proven reputation for developing elite hockey players from the ground up.
Ready to become a Ranger?
View our beginner-level programming options below.
Finding the right program for you or your player doesn't need to be difficult. We offer three programs geared towards first-time players of different age groups, with each option teaching the fundamentals of hockey appropriate to both age and skillset. Click on the links below to learn more and to register for these programs.
Age: 4 years old
Age: 5-8 years old
Level: U7, U8, and U9
Age: 9-14 years old
Level: U10, U11, U12, U13, U14 & U15
Do you have questions or need assistance choosing which program is right for you? We can be reached via email at [email protected] or by phone Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm at (905) 338-9220.
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