Coaches are an essential part of a positive minor hockey experience.

Successful minor hockey coaches often posses good communication and leadership skills, have a passion for and knowledge of the game, and build a culture of teamwork, hard work and respect.  FFHA greatly appreciates the time and energy our volunteer coaches commit.

To apply for coaching positions within FFHA, please click here:  Application Form.

All applications will be verified by the Technical Director of Hockey Operations and the Coach Selection Committee.



  1. Bevin Champion on July 21, 2021 at 1:41 pm

    I can help out on the ice. I think I have coach level 2. Thanks

  2. Emily Hobbs on August 4, 2021 at 9:24 am


    I am intersected helping coach/help out with female hockey. I have played hockey for year as well as ringette, as a player and goalie. I played at the Canada Games 1999 and was the goalie coach for the 2004 Canada Winter Games for Ringette.

    As a goalie, I played in the USA at North America Hockey Academy (NAHA) for two years, grade 12 and post grad. I then played at UNB women’s Hockey in 2002. After this I sat out a year and was recruited to Play at St. Thomas University for four years 2003-2007. I received awards every year at UNB and STU for each university, as well as AUS and CIS awards. I was inducted in the STU wall of fame in 2013 for Women’s Hockey.

    I am living in Quispamsis NB and work for the Saint John Police Force as a Police officer. I would be willing to travel for games or ice times. I am looking to help out with an older age group and/or competitive group.

    Teams I have coached with are:
    2004 Canada Winter Games ringette
    2007-2008 FHS Women’s hockey team
    2008-2010 Fredericton AAA midget Women’s hockey
    2010-2013 Saskatoon Stars AAA Midget Women’s hockey

    Level One Coaching
    POE Hockey Canada Goaltending Seminar 2008 in Alberta
    Level One Referee USA 2000

    Thank you for your time.
    Emily Hobbs

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