All current CAL Members are invited & encouraged to attend our annual spring meeting.
Monday May 13th, 2019 at the Invista Centre, Meeting Room "C" beginning at 7:00 PM.
Light Refreshments will be served.
The CAL would like to thank all our players and families for a fun and successful 2018/19 season! We wish you all the best over the summer and are looking forward to next year. Remember POR (Preference of Return) registration deadline will be Sunday, August 18 and Spring Hockey Registration is closing soon.
Novice Red CHAMPIONS: CAL 2 (BLACK & YELLOW)
Novice Red Finalists: Fort Henry Red
Novice White CHAMPIONS: FORT HENRY BLACK
Novice White Finalists: CAL 4 (Grey)
| Atom Red CHAMPIONS: STORRINGTON
Atom Red Finalists: St John’s
| Atom White CHAMPIONS: ST PAUL’S
Atom White Finalists: Our Lady of Lourdes
| Peewee Red CHAMPIONS: FORT HENRY BLACK
Peewee Red Finalists: Salvation Army
| Peewee White CHAMPIONS: ST JOHN’S
Peewee White Finalists: Chalmers
|Bantam Red CHAMPIONS: CHALMERS
Bantam Red Finalists: Our Lady of Lourdes
| Bantam White CHAMPIONS: FORT HENRY BLACK
Bantam White Finalists: Fort Henry Red
|Midget Red CHAMPIONS: ST PAUL’S (Triple Overtime)
Midget Red Finalists: Bath Road
|Midget White CHAMPIONS: OUR LADY OF LOURDES
Midget White Finalists: Holy Name
Player Development Coaching Applications 2019 - 2020 Season
The Church Athletic League has, and continues to promote one of the best player development programs in South Eastern Ontario through it's PD Panthers Teams/Program.
Coaching Resumes are now being accepted for the 2019/2020 season for our Roster Select Teams, Atom through Midget.
Deadline for submission is Monday May 6th 2019.
Each year, the Church Athletic League supports CAL hockey players in their pursuit of post-secondary education by granting bursaries to eligible CAL participants. Up to two (2) bursaries are awarded in recognition of outstanding commitment to community service, athletics and academic excellence.
These bursaries reflect the achievements of young hockey players who are committed to their community, athletics and academic achievement. The purpose of the bursaries is to help the students to offset the high costs associated with continuing their post-secondary education.
We often forget that hockey is just a game. A game played by thousands of kids across Ontario. Playing the game they have grown up to love since they could strap on a pair of skates. They play the game with heart, passion, desire and most importantly, for fun.