The primary goal of our association is to create a safe environment where children can have fun developing their skills in hockey. The association and coaches will reach this goal in partnership with the parents who share the responsibility to encourage children to enjoy the experience of playing hockey.
Welcome to the 2017-2018 hockey season. Pierrefonds hockey is now accepting registrations.
Please read the following for more information on pricing and conditions.
The PMHA would like to extend our warm wishes to all for a great summer holiday. Rest assured, we are working hard to prepare for the 2017-2018 season and will have information coming through the website and Facebook as we can make it available.
Online registration will start soon after we have the documentation finalized. We are looking to host onsite registrations in the second half of August as we normally so.
Double letter try-out information for 2017-2018 has already been posted on here: http://hockeypfds.com/double-letter/
Patricia “Patty” Smeaton
October 4, 1945 – May 4, 2017
Passed away at Lakeshore General Hospital May 4th 2017, surrounded by her two sons Andrew and Gary, after a long and courageous battle with emphysema.
She was born in Montreal to John Smeaton and Dorothy Higgerty, both of whom have pre-deceased her. She is survived by her husband Patrick O’halloran and beloved pet Nikki; children Andrew O’Halloran and Gary (Trista) O’Halloran ; grandson Preston O’Halloran; sister Brenda (Al) Putre; brothers Allen Smeaton and Peter (Maureen) Smeaton; nephew Brian Putre; nieces Allison Smeaton and Jessica (Stephen) Stock; great-niece Isabelle Stock; and, great-nephew Michael Stock.
Patty was an active community volunteer throughout her life, including with Scouts Canada and Montreal West Island hockey associations. In recognition of her many years of dedicated volunteer service, Patty was inducted into the Hockey Lac St-Louis Hall of Fame (of which only a handful have had the honor).
She will be missed by friends and relatives, with many fond memories at the family cottage on Bird Lake in the Laurentians, her favourite place in the world either alone or with family, reading, cooking, and feeding the left-overs to the raccoons.
Special thanks to all the staff from Mount Sinai Hospital Center Montreal and the Lakeshore General Hospital for their excellent care and support.
In lieu of flowers, please donations in her memory may be made to the Mount Sinai Hospital Foundation or The Canadian Lung Association.
***Please note that you may click on the “Make a Donation” for the direct links to these mentioned organizations.***