As you know, our hockey association has undergone many changes this year and we appreciate the patience and support you have shown us so far. That being said, it is important that we share with you our vision, our mission and our core values. 

Our Vision: is to be a leader amongst the minor hockey associations in Quebec. 

Our Mission: is to offer all our members an unforgettable experience by using the power of positive reinforcement to enable a winning attitude, and more importantly, teaching life lessons through youth hockey.

Our Core Values are:

  • Integrity – all of our decisions and actions are aligned with our mission and vision.
  • Collaborative /Communicative – we listen to the concerns of our members and readjust and realign as needed. 
  • Respect – we promote respect in all aspects of the game from players to officials to parents, to coaches, and spectators.
  • Community – we promote a sense of community around hockey and encourage our members to actively seek opportunities to get implicated in the community. 

Our goal of teaching life lessons through youth hockey is shared amongst all members of the Board and Hockey Committee and we hope to transmit that to our members as well. 

Let the 2020-2021 season be about more than just playing a sport we love! 

That being said, please remember this is a TEAM sport, it isn’t about winning or losing, it’s about developing and playing the game they love! AA-BB-A-B-C are just letters, don’t let them define who your child is.

The lessons learned on and off the ice are far greater than the score board at any given time.

Your HMIP association is one that is flexible and dedicated to creating an environment and experience that is directly related to our values, vision and mission.

We would like to thank you for your collaboration and your messages of encouragement.

New limited edition official Riverains Caps & Toques are now available at the HMIP exclusive retail partner Play It Again Sports (located at 2973 Saint-Charles Blvd, Kirkland).

Bring your skates for a free sharpening as well!!!
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HMIP Suspending ALL On-ice Activities

As per today’s announcement by the government of Quebec, HMIP and all sports associations operating in the red zone, will be forced to suspend in-person activities starting Thursday, October 8th. This will continue at least until October 28th.

This is a difficult situation for all the players, coaches and volunteers who have worked hard to adapt and keep hockey running during these times, however safety always needs to come first.

HMIP will provide an opportunity for players & coaches to stay fit with Coach Toni from Generation Fitness via Zoom. More details to come shortly...

In the interim, HMIP will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates whenever possible.
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Hockey remains open this weekend.

As you may have seen through various news outlets, including TVA and La Presse, there is a possibility that all sports in the Red Zone may be suspended starting Monday.

This is not yet official and for now all practices, ice sessions, and exhibition games will happen as scheduled.
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