Managers (Oshawa NASC Hockey - Durham Region's #1 Instructional Hockey Program)
Welcome to the new Home of Oshawa NASC Hockey - Celebrating 75 Years (1947 - 2022)
If you are new to hockey
Schedule & Results
Annual House League Christmas
Foundations of Hockey (Minibits)
Under 7 (Learn-to-Skate)
Flying Fives / Super Six (U7)
Under 9 Development
Under 11 Development
Scary Skate Development
The First Shift
Mission & Vision
Executive & Staff
Generals 50-50 Draws
Social Media Policy
Policies and Procedures
OMHA Player Pathways
Bench Staff Registrations
N.A.S.C. Falcons Select
Falcons Select Information
N.A.S.C. Team Ordering
N.A.S.C. Team Store
The Team Manager is a central in creating the flow of communication – not only within the team [players, parents and coaches], but between the team and all support systems such as the minor hockey association, division manager, league managers, other teams, referees and officials.
Managers must make sure their qualifications are up to date.
Respect In Sport Activity Leader
Gender Identity and Expression
The OHF requires all team officials to complete Gender Identity and Expression. There is no cost associated with this course.
Two (2) required steps:
If needed, register for an Hockey Canada account -
Once your account has been established, visit the
to find your clinic and register for the course.
All the course modules can be completed online.
Respect in Sport: Activity Leader Course
16 years or older
Does not expire
Takes approximately three (3) hours to complete online
Cost is $30
Can be completed online at
Criminal Reference/Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC)
Contact DRPS, they will require two (2) pieces of government issued ID (one with photo), you can now
The cost for this is fully covered
when accompanied with a letter from O.C.C.N.A (neighbourhood association), please contact N.A.S.C. Hockey admin staff to obtain a copy of this letter
If required, coaches are asked to provide the original clearance letter to their neighbourhood association for validation
As a reminder, VSC’s are valid for a period of three (3) years, and are only valid for persons aged 18 and older
for the 2022-2023 Coaching Qualifications chart
Hockey Canada has created the Team Manager’s Manual, which will be key organizing and ensuring the smooth operation of your hockey team.
Key topics include:
Volunteers and delegation
Team rules and safety
Record keeping and distribution
Applying for tournaments
The OMHA and Hockey Canada have provided an extensive list of resources and materials for Team Managers.
To download Manager resources and materials,