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    FGHA / Hamilton Bulldogs Fundraiser

    We are excited to rollout our annual FGHA fundraiser in conjunction with the OHL Hamilton Bulldogs.  The "Flamborough Falcons" Day will be on Sunday November 5th, 2017 @ First Ontario Centre (Copps Coliseum) in Hamilton.  To begin the festivities, we will showcase some of our house league teams squaring off during the day.  Our two Atom HL teams will be squaring off 11am followed by our two Bantam HL teams duelling at high noon!!!  All this action will come to a head at 2pm when our Hamilton Bulldogs take on the Windsor Spitfires.  During the OHL game, we will be working the crowd selling tickets to both the 50/50 draw and "Chuck-a-Puck" to raise money for the FGHA.

    All FGHA Players are asked to purchase at least two tickets to the game ($15/ea).  Of course families are welcomed to buy and/or sell more than that to support our association.  We have most of our Falcons involved in the action during the game.  Our IP's will be playing a mini-game during the intermission, our Novice Falcons will be occupying a VIP spot on the bench to watch the teams warm-up and our Peewee's will be on the Blueline with the Bulldogs to during the anthem.  

    Please contact your coach for ticket information

    We can't wait to see everyone there!!!  LETS GO FALCONS!!!


    2018 FGHA WinterChill Tournament

    Planning has already begun for our 6th annual WinterChill tournament.  We are expecting another great turn-out and interest has been growing every year.  We have had to wait-list teams over the last couple years, so please register early!!!  

    Date:  January 26th-28th, 2018

    Click on the Register Button to begin

    Stay Tuned for more details in the months to come!!

    LETS GO FALCONS!!!!


    Karen Schattauer

    Karen Schattauer

    FGHA Tournament Director


    Look-Up Line - Pilot Project

    The City of Hamilton has initiated a pilot project at Harry Howell Arena and Carlisle Arena installing a "Look-Up" line on the ice surface.  This line is there to bring awareness to hockey players that they are approaching the boards and should brace themselves for any impact that would occur.  There are various other reasons and benefits for this project and if your interested in reading further info on the subject....please click the link below: