50 Teams
10 Championships
1 Weekend

Atom A | Atom AA | Atom AAA |PeeWee A | PeeWee AA 

Bantam A | Bantam AA | Midget A | Midget AA | Juvenile

About The OHF Minor Hockey Branch Championships

The Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) Championships are ten minor hockey events that take place annually on the second weekend in April across Ontario within the OHF branch. Hundreds of teams battle all season to make it to this coveted event where high caliber athletes compete, showcase skills and work for the right to be called an OHF Champion.

The 2016 Championships will be held April 8-10, 2016

2016 OHF Championships

OHF Championship


Member Partner

Atom A

Essex Minor Hockey Association


Atom AA

Hamilton Huskies


Atom AAA

Hamilton Huskies


PeeWee A

Erindale Spitfires


PeeWee AA



Bantam A



Bantam AA

North York Knights


Midget A



Midget AA




Scarborough Young Bruins


2015 OHF Championship Results - All Divisions

Click here for all 2015 OHF Championship results.

Host Rotation Information

The OHF Championships are hosted by teams and/or minor hockey associations based upon the Member Partner designated to host the specific event. All ten Host Centres are selected by their affiliated Member Partner and approved by the OHF Board of Directors. To be selected to host an OHF Championship interested teams and/or minor hockey associations must submit a host bid package to their affiliated Member Partner Office.

The 2017 OHF Championship Hosting Rotation Schedule

Member Partner Championship

Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario (ALLIANCE)

  • Atom A
  • Midget AA

Greater Toronto Hockey League (GTHL)

  • Atom AA
  • Atom AAA
  • Midget A

Northern Ontario Hockey Association (NOHA)

  • PeeWee A
  • Bantam AA

Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA)

  • Peewee AA
  • Bantam A
  • Juvenile

Host Rotation schedule

 Important Host Selection Criteria

Consult with your affiliate Member Partner Office prior to submitting a bid as each Member Partner will set individual expectations and deadline dates. The selection of Host Centres will be the responsibility of the Host Division. The following criteria may be used in determining the selection of Host Centres:

  • Finances - estimated revenues and expenditures for the event
  • Facility - availability/capacity/quality - The rink in which games are to be played must be rented on an exclusive basis for a period of at least a minimum one hour prior to and after for the period of the Championship schedule It is highly recommended that the facility must have at least five (5) dressing rooms available for the duration of the Championships or make available other secure overnight storage facilities
  • Host hotel that accommodate at most five (5) teams and be within a close traveling distance to the host arena. 
  • Community/Association interest
  • Ability to meet required timelines
  • Volunteer base – availability
  • Marketing/Public Relations/Protocol plans for the event
  • Any special events to be held in conjunction with the hosting of this event (i.e. safety seminar, equipment presentations.) These activities must be submitted for approval to the OHF.


The selection of a Host Centre by the OHF Member Partner must be completed and presented to the OHF Board of Directors by October 31 of the current hockey season.