The registration period for the 2019-2020 season has now started!
Visit our Registration section for more details.


May 29 2019

Hockey Quebec video explaining the benefits of Novice half-ice hockey

Here is a video published by Hockey Québec explaining the benefits of half-ice hockey, which will make its debut in Quebec next season in the novice category. Video

April 22th 2019

AHMIP Annual Assembly

The annual assembly of the association will be held on Wednesday May 1st at 7:30PM at Hôtel de ville de Ile Perrot - 110 boulevard Perrot, room Florian Bleau.

At this meeting we will hold elections for several positions to fill on the board of directors. We invite you to come and vote for candidates who apply for the various positions offered.

We hope to see you in great numbers.


Applicants for a board position :
Christopher Thierry
Francois Sabourin
Lianne Ulin
Maxime Poirier
Robert Trickett

April 11th 2019

Congratulations to our Midget B Île-Perrot, Regional Champions 2018-2019!

Congratulations to Midget B Île-Perrot for their performance !!! Midget B Île-Perrot, regional champions

Go Riverains Go!

April 7th 2019

Congratulations to our Midget B Riverains for their victory at the Beauharnois tournament!

Big season ending for our Midget B Riverains! Winner of the Beauharnois tournament and finalist at the President's Cup! Midget B Riverains Beauharnois champions

Go Riverains Go!

April 6th 2019

Our Midget B Île-Perrot are on the Regional final!

It's tomorrow Sunday, April 7th at 4 pm at the 4 Glaces of Pierrefonds that our midget B Île-Perrot will face the STL Thunderbirds in the final of the Midget B regional championships. We encourage you all to go cheer for them. We are all behind you! Let's go gang!

Go Riverains Go!

March 25st 2019

Beautiful story of sportsmanship!

Sunday was a big playoff semifinal match for Riverains Midget A and we witnessed a fantastic moment that demonstrates the essence of hockey.

The Riverains faced their rivals HRS while the last game of the season between the two clubs ended in a 4-1 defeat and a loss of fair play with a very large number of penalties. Riverains have made the commitment to start the last game of the season by playing hockey, real hockey.

Yesterday was a good example with only 1 penalty in the match of great intensity and rivalry and with sustained encouragement from both groups of supporters.

The Riverains finally won in overtime in the total euphoria. HRS left the ice quickly, but what a surprise when we arrived in the corridors leading to the rooms in St-Lazare to see the HRS goalkeeper come forward to congratulate us followed by his players and coaches. A unique moment, without referees or spectators, engraved in the memory of the coaches and I am convinced of that of the players. For HRS, I was only able to give them an appointment for the regional final by sincerely wishing that the stars align themselves.

- David Gilbert, Coach Midget A

March 21st 2019

Two Riverains Players representing the South-West Region at the Quebec Games

Congratulations to Kaitlyn and Kayli for representing the Southwest Region at the 54th finals of the Quebec Games! Two Riverains at the Quebec Games

Go Riverains Go!

March 16th 2019

Registrations for the Hockey Canada high performance goalie camp

For all the details about the camps click the following link : Hockey Canada high performance goalie camp

March 13th 2019

Congratulation to our teams for this nice season (edited)

Once again this season, we have had success on the ice and we want to congratulate our teams for their great performances!

We want to highlight the performances of our teams who stood out and who will proudly represent our colors at the Regional Championships:
-Novice A Ile Perrot
-Midget BB Riverains
-Midget A Riverains
-Midget B Ile Perrot

A special mention to our teams Midget B Île-Perrot and Midget BB who finished first in their division!

It should also be mentioned that the regulation prevents an association from presenting 2 teams to the Regionals but our Midget B Riverains team finished 2nd in its division! Congratulations! Our Midgets are on fire!

Congratulations to the players and coaches and good luck in the regional championships!

Follow their exploits at the following link and go encourage them in large numbers during their games! https://www.publicationsports.com/stats/tournoi/rlstl/index.html

March 6th 2019

Congratulations to our Atom AA team for their victory!

We would like to highlight the victory of our Atom AA team at the Jay Peak tournament last weekend. Hard work finally pays off! Congratulation and continue your good work! Atom AA Riverains

Go Riverains Go !

January 27th 2019

Last weekend was full of emotions for the Riverains!

We would like to highlight the victories at the Inter-Regional tournament of Saint-Laurent of not 1 but 2 teams! Indeed, the team of Atom A Riverains and also Peewee B Île-Perrot won the tournament in their respective category.

We are really proud of you !

Go Riverains Go !

January 27 2019

The Drakkar from Trois-Lac plays tonight in the Pierrefonds tournament finals, Come cheer for them!

If you wanna go see a good hockey game, we invite you to go cheer for the Trois-Lac Drakkar in the final of the Pierrefonds tournament which will take place tonight. The event is scheduled for Sunday January 27 at 21 pm at the Pierrefonds Sportplexe.

Go Drakkar Go!

January 10 2019

Schedules for Trois-Lac Women and Junior are now available on the HMIP website

The schedules for the women and junior teams from Trois-Lac are now available in the schedule section of our website.

January 2nd 2019

Pictures from the Out of Breath tournament

Once again this year we had a very nice tournament. Thank you to all participants!

During the tournament, we took some pictures. On the other hand it was on a vvoluntary basis so unfortunately not all categories benefited. Attention the photos are in full resolution and are between 5Mb and 15Mb. Do not watch on a cellular network to avoid data charges.

December 18th 2018

Annual HMIP Volunteers Match

HMIP is organizing a friendly match to thank their volunteers.

The match will take place on 27 Dec. at 19:00 in Cité-des-Jeunes.

The invitation is intended for coaches, managers and volunteer parents in teams or the association.

Here is the link to fill in if you GO to participate in the match : Registration

December 14th 2018

Next HMIP CA meeting

The next HMIP CA meeting will be held on Monday December 17th at the Pincourt omni-center.

  • 7:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. - Open discussion
  • 7:30 p.m. - Closed CA meeting

November 28th 2018

Volunteers opportunity for a good cause

We encourage our members and teams to get involved with the community.

Here's a great opportunity for your team to volunteer before the holidays ????

The Guignolée for the parishes of Île Perrot is looking for volunteers!

Urgent need for volunteers:

- December 1st: food collection (Rendez-vous at the Chêne-Bleu secondary school, between 9 am and noon, in the cafeteria.)
- 1st to 6th of December: sorting of foodstuffs (Rendez-vous at Sainte-Rose-de-Lima Church, between 9 am and 3 pm)

No reservation of presence necessary. Introduce yourself with your team shirt directly to the meeting place at the times indicated above.

Information: 514-453-8981, ext. 273

*** Please take some pictures of your teams involved. ***

November 28th 2018

Come watch a Midget AAA game featuring the Grenadiers vs the Blizzard

We invite you to a Midget AAA game on Friday Nov 30th at 7:45 at the Vaudreuil arena. Come support the Grenadiers vs the Blizzard. The enty fee is FREE, it's a great opportunity to see some good hockey.

November 5th 2018

Riverains Atom A - Winner of the CanAm tournament of Montreal !

See out Honor roll post for details

October 20th 2018

New section for our teams on the website

A new page has replaced the team section on our website. It now provides direct access to the team section on Publication Sports which contains all the information related to the team. Players will be added shortly in this site. Novice teams will be added soon to this page.

October 13 2018

Adult hockey league

To keep in shape and have fun playing hockey, subscribe before october 20th. Pour all the details : adult hockey league

October 11th 2018

Free ice time offered by the city of Île-Perrot, Pincourt and Notre-Dame-de-l'Île-Perrot

Check out this document for all the details, Enjoy!

October 11th 2018

Next HMIP CA meeting

The next HMIP CA meeting will be held on Wednesday October 17th at the Pincourt omni-center.

  • 7:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. - Open discussion
  • 7:30 p.m. - Closed CA meeting

September 26 2018

Changes in the classification for Peewee level

Please take note it was decided to go with 1 A team, 2 B teams and 1 C teams for the single letter peewee level. Schedule will be changed accordingly shortly.

September 23 2018

Tryouts Status

We wanted to clarify a few points that have come up concerning the process and the rest of the camp. As many of you have questions due to changing information.

Double Letters
The teams will be done by Sept 24th

Single Letters

As previously mentioned we are finalizing coaching for single letters this week and will conduct interviews when needed. The draft will be the weekend of Sept 27th with equilibrium games happening that weekend. Teams will be final on Oct 1st.


We also had several questions regarding the non-presence of Hockey etc. and our head coach at this week's practices - this was planned since the preliminary assessments have been done. The practices this week were to balance groups and evaluate children who were not present at last week's sessions.

At the atom level, following the high numbers of registrations, we had to review team classification following Hockey Quebec regulations.

Our initial estimates had fewer players at the Atom level. Here are the teams that will be formed based on the total registrations:

Atom: 2A, 2B, 1C

For the other groups here is the composition of the teams:

Peewee: 2A, 1B, 1C
Bantam: 1A, 1B
Midget: 1A, 2B

Personnel availability
We have made every effort to be present at the arena for as many practices and games as possible as we know that there are many questions. Unfortunately, we cannot be there all the time. Please rest assured that if you send an email to info@hmip.org your questions will be answered and if necessary a phone call can be made as well.

Rest assured we are taking notes to improve the process and communication going forward. Thanks for your patience and have a good end of camp.

September 22 2018

Promotionnal campaign Team Unity Project

We invite you to visit our Team unity Project campaign page for new equipment and discounted HMIP items! The activity will be held next Friday, September 28th. Thank you to our partners for this beautiful campaign..

September 22 2018

Play It Again Sports Official Supplier for the 2018-2019 season

We invite you to visit our store section to take advantage of the PIAS offers available to our members this season.

September 1st 2018

Precisions on season start dates

We have been getting several questions as to when the season will start.

Please take note:

Single letter season starts
Peewee/Bantam/Midget/Junior: weekend of Oct. 6th
Atom : weekend of Oct. 13th
Novice : weekend of Nov. 17th

Double letter season starts
Peewee/Bantam/Midget BB: weekend of Oct. 6th
Atom AA: weekend of Oct. 13th

Prenovice 1/2 and Initiation: Saturday Oct. 13th

August 30th 2018

Finally! The season starts!

The schedule is now available on our schedule section. Please note that week 2 will be modified as needed for games.

Double letter

For the double letter selection camps: ALL registered hockey players will benefit from 6 hours of development with the Hockey Etcetera team as part of the selection camp. Following the six hours, the players who will be selected will continue with exhibition games and the others will be invited to join the single letter selection camps. There will be games that will combine hockey players from the single letter camp with those who are registered double letters. This is to ensure that players are categorized into the appropriate groups.

We plan to make 4 teams:
- Atom AA (Mandatory by Hockey Quebec)
- Peewee BB
- Bantam BB
- Midget BB

The double letter teams will be finalized by September 24th.

Single letter

For the single letters (Atom to Midget): You will receive an email before September 6th to inform you in which group has been assigned to your hockey player. Please be sure to respect the schedule associated with your child’s assigned group.

Single letter teams will be finalized by October 1st at the latest.

For Novice: The MAHG program will start on September 7th and ends on October 7th. The teams will be made in the week following the end of MAHG. For any questions and / or comments regarding Novice, please contact the coordinator directly: Michael Champoux: coordinator-novice@hmip.org

Coaches needed

Do you want to be a coach or an assistant coach? Please contact our Hockey Governor: Pasquale Gervasi: governor@hmip.org to submit your application


Looking forward to seeing you at the arena!

The Board of Directors & the Hockey Committee

August 24th 2018

Pre-season camp official schedule (last updated 2018-08-28 10PM)

saturday august 25
7:00 - 8:00
Novice - Blue
8:00 - 9:00
Novice - Orange
9:00 - 10:00
Atom SL - Peewee SL
10:00 - 11:00
Atom DL - Peewee DL
11:00 - 12:00
Bantam -  Midget
sunday august 26
7:00 - 8:00
Novice - Blue
8:00 - 9:00
Novice - Orange
9:00 - 10:00
Atom SL - Peewee SL
10:00 - 11:00
Atom DL - Peewee DL
11:00 - 12:00
Bantam - Midget
tuesday august 28
17:30 - 18:30
Novice Blue
18:30 - 19:30
Novice Orange
19:30 - 20:30
Atom DL - Peewee DL
20:30 - 21:30
Bantam - Midget
Wednesday august 29
18:00 - 19:00
Atom SL - Peewee SL
Thursday august 30
17:30 - 18:30
Novice Blue
18:30 - 19:30
Novice Orange
19:30 - 20:30
Atom SL - Peewee SL
20:30 - 21:30
Bantam - Midget
Friday august 31
17:00 - 18:00
Novice - Pre-novice (Power skating)
18:00 - 19:00
Atom (Power skating)
19:00 - 20:00
Peewee - Bantam - Midget (Power skating)
Tuesday September 4th
18:30 - 19:30
Atom DL - Peewee DL

SL = Simple letter and DL = Double letters

For any question about the camp, please communicate with manager@hmip.org

July 16th 2018

AHMIP Preseason Camp 2018-2019 informations

Location : MacDonald arena

Length : 4 sessions + 1 facultative power skating session

Cost : 100$ + 30$ for the power skating session

Coaches : The coaches team from Etcetera

Dates (subject to changes)

The preseason warm-up will be run by the Hockey Etcetera development team.  Registrations are first-come – first serve.  We reserve the right to limit the amount of registrations as well as modify the calendar as per registrations. We highly encourage our players to take advantage of these get back in shape sessions.

To register, simply send an email with the child’s name and level to Lynne Théorêt, our registrar at registrar@hmip.org

July 15th 2018

Season 2018-2019 informations and new jerseys!

We have prepared a small document to answer your questions regarding the coming season. If you have any other questions, do not hesitate to contact us. Frequently Asked Questions 2018-2019

We are proud to present the new jerseys for our double letter teams : Home - Away - Jersey Preview

July 11th 2018

IMPORTANT Change of venue for July 12th registration!

Please note that the venue for the registration session has changed for the July 12th session. We are waiting for you at:Paul-Émile-Lépine Center, 150 Perrot Boulevard in Île-Perrot

Please also note that despite the absence of a price for the Junior level, registrations are open

We are sorry for such a short delay, the messenger was on vacation.

Thank you for your understanding

June 16th 2018

Registrations for the 2018-20149 season

Registration for the 2018-2019 season has begun!

New this year, if you register online before June 30, you will get a discount on the registration.

Sessions to complete registrations will take place on June 19th and July 12th.

You will find all the details on the website at the following address: www.hmip.org/en/registrations.html

June 12th 2018

Coordinators wanted!

It is time to apply for a Coordinator position within our association.

We are looking for one Head Coordinators and one Assistant Coordinator per level (Initiation / Pre-novice to Midget).

The following positions are open for the 2018-19 season:

Head Coordinator :

  • Initiation
  • Atome
  • Peewee
  • Bantam
  • Midget
  • Double letters

Assistant Coordinator:

  • Novice
  • Atom
  • Peewee
  • Bantam
  • Midget
  • Double letters

These positions are essential to the proper functioning of the season.

Among their tasks:

  • Members of the Hockey Committee
  • Work in collaboration with the Director of Hockey and the Hockey Governor
  • Communications with members at their level
  • Organisation and supervision of the selection camps for the players (Novice in Midget)
  • Organisation and supervision of the player’s evaluations (Novice to Midget)
  • Recruitment and selection of head coaches with the Committee
  • Selection of teams with the Director of Hockey
  • Ensures the smooth running of the season

If you are interested in a Coordinator position, simply register online at the following link : Login / Ouverture de session and send a letter of motivation to governor@hmip.org.

Thank you!

June 12th 2018

Coaches needed!

The Ile Perrot Minor Hockey Association (IPMHA) is looking for coaches for the 2018-2019 season with our main focus being at the AA / BB level from Atom to Midget.

Potential coaches should have Hockey Québec certification or be able to become certified before the season begins. All coaches are required to pass a background check.

Coaches Responsibilities:

  • Attend all practices / games
  • Administer the IPMHA on-ice curriculum
  • Create a positive learning environment for the players
  • Communicate effectively with parents
  • Offer ongoing evaluations of the players
  • Work in collaboration with other on-ice development directors
  • Work in collaboration with Hockey Director, Hockey Governor and Hockey Committee
  • Follow all IPMHA policies and procedures

If you are interested in a coaching position, simply register online at the following link (Login / Ouverture de session) and send a letter of motivation to governor@hmip.org

Thank you!

June 7th 2018

New Classification for the 2018-2019 season

As you have potentially already heard, Hockey Lac St-Louis presented to us the modifications that will be brought forward to the Associations for classification for the 2018-2019 season.

Based on the new rules from Hockey Lac St-Louis, HMIP and the other Associations from the Grenadiers structure, will bring back AA & BB levels from Atom to Midget beginning for the 2018-2019 season.

Based on this decision, here are a few points towards where the C.A. will focus on for next season:

 - Training camp for ALL, including Double Letters, will only start after the Labor Day weekend in September and not in August like previous years. Our members families will be able to benefit a bit more of their summer seeing camps will not start as early.
 - Having only one Association under one umbrella, this will be easier to manage overall operational costs.
 - Additional ice time for our members!

Please stay tuned as more information will be coming out during the summer, please be assured that we will keep you updated with regular email and website updates as we receive them.

June 2nd 2018

Next HMIP CA meeting

The next HMIP CA meeting will be held on Tuesday June 5th at the Pincourt omni-center.

  • 7:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. - Open discussion
  • 7:30 p.m. - Closed CA meeting

May 7th 2018

Candidatures recherchées pour Maître-entraîneur MAGH et maître-formateur pour mise en échec

Appel de candidatures pour des postes d'entraîneurs maitres MAGH au sein d'AHMIP

Le candidat doit faire, en entier, le stage de formation des entraîneurs maîtres qui aura lieu les 1-2-3 juin 2018 à St-Jean sur le Richelieu. De plus, ceux qui n’ont pas la qualification d’entraîneur initiation devront également suivre le stage avant le début de la prochaine saison.

L’entraîneur-maître devra être disponible pour diriger l’ensemble des leçons MAHG pour AHMIP à laquelle il sera affecté, ainsi que pour une rencontre provinciale qui aura lieu en janvier de chaque année.

L’entraîneur-maître est sélectionné par le CA de AHMIP et par le Comité provincial initiation (CPI) et se rapporte à l’entraîneur-chef initiation régional (ECIR) de la région administrative dans laquelle évolue l’association de hockey mineur (AHM). L’entraîneur-maître est responsable de l’application, du respect et du bon fonctionnement du programme MAHG dans l’AHM où il est impliqué. Il maximise le développement et le mentorat des entraîneurs-initiation bénévoles de cette AHM. Tout cela, afin de maximiser le service offert à la clientèle, soit les jeunes hockeyeurs de 5 à 8 ans.

1. Véhicule les objectifs, les valeurs et la philosophie du programme auprès de l’AHM, des parents et des jeunes;
2. Planifie et organise chacune des 20 leçons selon les exigences du programme;
3. Collabore au calendrier annuel du secteur initiation, s’assure d’avoir les heures de glaces requises pour les différents niveaux afin de donner les 20 leçons;
4. Dirige de façon dynamique les 20 leçons et coordonne le travail des entraîneurs-initiation avec les jeunes;
5. S’assure de revoir les exercices et leçons avec les entraîneurs et bénévoles;
6. S’assure que le climat d’apprentissage soit optimal avec des interventions efficaces et dynamiques auprès des jeunes;
7. Offre le support nécessaire aux entraîneurs-initiation dans leur rôle en fonction de leur groupe de jeunes autant au niveau de leur formation que des techniques spécifiques du hockey;
8. Agit en tant que consultant lors de la formation des équipes;
9. Est une personne ressource pour les entraîneurs Pré-novice et Novice de son AHM durant toute la saison;
10. Travaille en étroite collaboration avec son association de hockey mineur et l’entraîneur-chef initiation régional, afin d’échanger les informations requises et résultats attendus pour la bonne marche du programme.
Les candidats recherchés devront :
- Être titulaire d’une formation en éducation physique ou en kinésiologie ou avoir une expérience pertinente avec compétences pédagogiques;
- Avoir été entraîneur-initiation ou suivre un stage initiation;
- Adhérer aux objectifs généraux du programme MAHG;
- Avoir une connaissance de la clientèle de l’initiation;
- Avoir joué au hockey;
- Maîtriser des habilités techniques du patinage et du maniement de la rondelle.

Avoir suivi la formation entraîneur Introduction à la compétition 1 (IC1Q) est un atout.
Ils devront avoir les aptitudes professionnelles suivantes :
- Aptitudes à coordonner et à superviser;
- Capacité à travailler en équipe;
- Avoir un bon sens de l’organisation;
- Être bon communicateur;
- Être diplomate;
- Avoir du leadership;
- Être crédible et reconnu pour les compétences ci-dessus dans son milieu;
- Être autonome;
- Rigueur et respect des programmes, des processus.

Un dédommagement est prévu pour votre implication, selon les leçons qui auront été dispensées. Le montant est variable selon l’engagement réel de l’entraîneur-maître.
Hockey Québec offre à chaque année plusieurs formations permettant à ses membres de se perfectionner.

Si vous êtes intéressés à appliquer sur cette position, il faut faire parvenir le document au lien suivant dument rempli à info@hmip.org d'ici le 9 mai 2018.

Appel de candidatures pour un maître-formateur pour mise en échec

Afin de répondre aux différentes demandes de besoins en maîtres formateurs pour la saison 2018-2019, une formation de maîtres-formateur sera offerte pour les franchises ainsi que les programmes scolaires ayant des besoins.

Rôles du maître formateur
1- Obligatoirement formé par Hockey Québec et sa qualification est enregistrée dans HCR.
2- Il est la seule personne autorisée à donner la formation théorique aux joueurs et aux parents.
3- Il s’assure de la planification et de la mise en place de toutes les étapes du programme de contact physique et de la mise en échec.
4- S’assure du ratio de 1 formateur/6 joueurs (pas de gardien de but).

Rôles de l’entraîneur (entraîneurs-chef et adjoints)
1- Doit détenir : Soit la compétence « Mise en échec 1, Profil d’instruction » dans le HCR.
2- Peut être formé par le maître-formateur certifié en suivant la formation théorique au même titre que les joueurs et participer aux sessions gymnase et aux sessions sur glace.
3- Le maître formateur devra faire les démarches requises afin de s’assurer de l’enregistrement de la compétence au dossier des entraîneurs dans HCR.
4- Suite à la formation avec les joueurs donnée par le maître formateur, l’entraîneur est « qualifié » pour donner les sessions en gymnase et sur glace seulement.

Nous acceptons les inscriptions jusqu’au 10 mai 2018 pour appliquer envoyer un courriel à info@hmip.org avec vos coordonnées pour signifier votre intérêt.

May 3rd 2018

Next HMIP CA meeting

The next HMIP CA meeting will be held on Monday May 7th at the Pincourt omni-center.

  • 7:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. - Open discussion
  • 7:30 p.m. - Closed CA meeting

April 19th 2018

Annual meeting of the association

The annual assembly of the association will be held on Tuesday May 1st at 7PM at the omni-centre of Pincourt. At this meeting we will hold elections for several positions to fill on the board of directors. We invite you to register using the form below.

We hope to see you in great numbers.

Board of director candidacy form

Proposed candidacy received :

Carole Deguire (Île Perrot)
Christina Maurice Fazio (Pincourt)
Florence Johnson (NDIP)
Tiffany Primerano (Pincourt)
Claude Killen (Pincourt)

April 19th 2018

National Volunteer Week 2018

The hockey season is now over. This is a great opportunity to take a moment to thank the volunteers who took care of your children throughout this season with their extraordinary dedication. Without their contribution, the hockey season would not have been possible.

Thank you to our volunteers!

April 10th 2018

We extend our deepest condolences to the Humboldt victims

The AHMIP wishes to extend its sincere condolences to the families and loved ones of the Humboldt hockey victims.

This tragedy is not over yet. Our thoughts are also with the families of the survivors, some of whom are still struggling for their survival.

We encourage you to send your prayers and thoughts to these passionate hockey players and their families. It could have been our children, or even us on this bus.

Thank you all for the various support initiatives. Continue to demonstrate your support.

    Please check the archives for previous announcements. 

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