14th Annual Sweetheart Tournament



It is with great pleasure that I would like to welcome all players, coaches, managers, parents, spectators, and officials to our 14th Annual Sweetheart Tournament.  As the President of North River Minor Hockey Association, I am very proud to be part of hosting this hockey tournament.?


On behalf of our board of directors I am excited to be welcoming such a large number of female teams to compete in a weekend of competitive and action packed hockey.  It makes our association very proud of the work of our volunteers over the past 14 years in building Atlantic Canada’s "Premier Female Hockey Event".?


This event also allows our association to showcase female hockey at all levels, and to promote the female game within our community, association and province.This weekend will see teams from all over the Maritimes coming together to compete and make new friends while participating in this wonderful game.?


To host such a high quality tournament requires an enormous amount of volunteer effort.? The efforts of our Sweetheart Committee are greatly appreciated by all members of our association. To all our volunteers, work hard over the weekend, but take time to visit and discuss with our visitors, and to make some new hockey friends.?


I wish all participants, families and spectators, an enjoyable tournament and Good Luck in all your games over the weekend.We truly appreciate all teams including the Sweetheart Tournament as part of your hockey season.We look forward to hosting you for our 15h Annual Tournament in February of 2021.


Caley McDonald

President, North River Minor Hockey Association


  • 2020 Sweetheart Champions Atom - (Sponsored by Hillside Motors)- Dieppe Memramcook Pantheres Atom AA- (Sponsored by Cox and Palmer)- Metro East Inferno PeeWee A- (Sponsored by The Town of Cornwall)- SEFHA Stars PeeWee AAA- (Sponsored by Key Murray Law)- Central Storm Bantam A - (Sponsored by The Police Association)- Metro West Force Sharp Shooters Bantam AAA- (Sponsored by The Mount Academy)- Metro East Inferno Midget A- (Sponsored by A & W Restaurant)- Montague Norsemen Midget AAA- (Sponsored by [voir la suite]
  • Sunday's Sweetheart 50/50 Sunday's Sweetheart 50/50 - Winning ticket number was #44118 for $278.50 Congratulations to Bill Reeves [voir la suite]
  • Saturday's Sweetheart 50/50 Saturday's Sweetheart 50/50 - Winning ticket number was #22458 for $441.00 Congratulations to Stephanie MacLeod [voir la suite]
  • 2020 Sweetheart Rules- Revised Feb. 8th 2020 Sweetheart Hockey Tournament Rules February 6 to February 9, 2020 1 A Travel Permit for the team must be presented at registration in order to establish eligibility to participate in the Tournament.Hockey Canada Official Rosters must also be in the teams possession and provided on request of the tournament committee prior to start of the tournament. Only players listed on the official roster may be used during the tournament unless an exception is granted. See Rule 7 re: goalies. [voir la suite]
  • Sweetheart 50/50- Friday Friday's Sweetheart 50/50 Number is #19025 for $448.00 If you're the winner please email nrmhaassistant@gmail.com or Stop by the APM Sweetheart Office (Sport Office) upstairs. Congratulations to Colleen Davey who was the winner of Thursday's 50/50. Colleen won $120.00 [voir la suite]
  • Weather Update Looks like most teams are already on their way or already on the Island to play Hockey. Games will start to the updated schedule that was posted last night and sent to team managers. [voir la suite]
  • Opening Ceremonies- Cancelled Due to the pending weather, we have made the decision that we will not be holding our Sweetheart Opening Ceremonies. We hope to continue with a great Successful Tournament weekend and we appreciate everyone?s support. We appreciate all our sponsors for their continued support. Communications will be sent to team managers with schedule updates/changes. A big Thank you to all our Sweetheart Committee Members and volunteers. [voir la suite]
  • Weather Forecast At this point, it's a little too early to commit to any official changes. Depending on the weather, we will have a back up plan ready. The tournament will go ahead, although games on Friday may be squeezed in to various times on Thursday (for local teams) and Saturday and there is potential that we may shorten a few games but we will do our best to ensure that this is done evenly. If Friday is a total loss, round robin games may be played on Sunday and quarter finals and semi finals be remove [voir la suite]