North End Sports

About North End Sports

According to the latest census, Winnipeg has the largest Indigenous population of any major city in the country. With a mission to strengthen Indigenous participation in positive healthy lifestyle activities, the MASRC believes that this means developing programs in Winnipeg.

With the exception of North End Hockey, if you are Indigenous and live in Winnipeg, you are eligible to participate. To be eligible to participate in the North End Hockey program, you must live within the boundaries of the North End.

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North End Hockey

Play hockey. Find community. Have fun.

North End Hockey (formerly NEHP) helps to provide children and youth living in Winnipeg's North End with an opportunity to play organized hockey. The program is open to children aged 5 to 15 years who have a financial need and reside in the North End of Winnipeg.

We would like to acknowledge that Canadian Tire Jumpstart is providing our subsidy this year. Without the support of the Jumpstart Program the NEHP wouldn't be possible.

Registration Information

Registration for the 2023-2024 season is currently open! Registrations close September 4, 2023.

Program Boundaries

To participate in the North End Hockey program, participants must be living in and around the North End/Central areas of Winnipeg. Below are our guidelines for the program.

To register in-person:

We will be hosting two in-person registration events, location and date to be determined.

In the meantime- follow us on Facebook or visit our events page to stay up-to-date on upcoming events!

To register online:

1. Complete this form: North End Hockey Registration Form

2. Submit one of four ways:

a) Email a copy to:

b) Fax: 204-925-5716

c) Mail:

Attn: Quinton Denechezhe

Manitoba Aboriginal Sports & Recreation Council Inc. (MASRC)

37 Higgins Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3B 0A7

d) Submit in-person: MASRC Sub-Office, 37 Higgins Ave.


North End Hockey is currently searching for assistant and head coaches for our 7U-15U teams! North End Hockey is a part of the Seven Oaks Minor Hockey - SOMHA, and the teams compete at the A3 level.

Supported by Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities, the MASRC Equipment Warehouse Program, and Sport Canada, the program provides youth living within these core areas the opportunity to learn and play organized hockey in a safe and inclusive environment.

Interested in coaching?

Click here to complete our coaching interest form.

For more information, contact Quinton, program coordinator, by phone at 204-942-6615, or by email at

Seven Oaks Minor Hockey Association Registration Fees 2023-2024

The amounts listed below are without subsidy. Subsidy applications can be completed when registering.

Age Category Year Born Registration Fee
5 & 6 U-7 2017 & Under $510.00
Novice 7&8 U-9 2015 & 2016 $600.00
9&10 U-11 2013 & 2014 $730.00
11&12 U-13 2011 & 2012 $730.00
13 & 14 U-15 2009 & 2010 $745.00

North End Hockey Teams 2022-2023

U7 North End & Central Timbits

Head Coach: Allan Constant

Assistant Coach: Robert Easter

U9 North End & Central Storm

Coaches: Rob Nervas, Noel Ngo, Joey Sutherland, Josh Wilson

U11 North End & Central Storm

Head Coach: Robert Easter

Assistant Coach: Josh Wilson

U13 North End & Central Storm

Head Coach: Brighton Desjarlais

Assistant Coaches: Quinton Denechezhe, Will Kantimere, Adam Graboweicki

U15 North End & Central Storm

Head Coach: Sean Steeves

Assistant Coach: Will Kantimere

North End Hockey Teams 2021-2022

U7 North End & Central Timbits

Head Coaches Tracie Leost & Natasha Higham

Assistant Coaches Joseph Sutherland & Allison Hickling

U9 North End Storm

Head Coach Cameron Riel

Assistant Coach Jeremy Magnifico

U11 North End Storm

Head Coach Hillary Mason

Assistant Coaches Keith Lelievre & Riley Lelievre

U13 North End Storm

Head Coach Brighton Desjarlais

Assistant Coaches Quinton Denechezhe & Jacques Blerot


North End Storm Hockey Coordinator

Quinton Denechezhe

(204) 942-6615

We would like to acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada through Sport Canada, a branch of the Department of Canadian Heritage.

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