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Our Program

• Professional coaching • Advance to next level • Great fans • Real road trips •

The Timmins Rock compete in the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League (NOJHL) and are one of 132 Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL) teams who compete for the Royal Bank Cup (Hockey Canada National Title). The twelve-team NOJHL is one of ten CJHL member Junior "A" leagues Canada-wide.

The franchise was established in 1991 and is entering year 27 of operations. Notable franchise alumni include Steve Sullivan (1991-92) - Development Coach - Arizona Coyotes (NHL). The franchise is operated by a not-for-profit Ontario Corporation administered by an all-volunteer Board of Directors. All funds generated remain with the Team.


We operate a "first-class" professional Hockey Canada Junior A hockey program. We look after our players and we put it in writing (Player-Team Agreement).

Timmins Rock practice daily (Monday to Friday) - 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM.

Professional fitness program for players to help improve fitness levels. Discover Fitness coaches will work in conjunction with Coach Ryan Woodward to develop this program that may include spin classes, CrossFit and conditioning. All Timmins Rock players will receive complimentary memberships.

NOJHL plays a 56 game regular season schedule including Showcase event (Sudbury). 

Team subsidized room and board.

Team provides all visible exterior equipment. Players are responsible for own skates and sticks.

Dedicated dressing room with skilled support staff.

Team pays ALL costs when on the road including quality pre-game and post game meals and accommodations. Travel is by 55-passenger coach – Tisdale Bus Lines.

Timmins Rock offers Post-Secondary Scholarships to qualifying players. Since 1999 the franchise has awarded over $100,000 in scholarships to our players, something that we are very proud of. Some attend Northern College – Timmins campus, an excellent facility with an established reputation of excellence and a wide selection of quality programs. Others enter excellent french lanquage post-secondary programs offered with College Boreal and Université de Hearst

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