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History

Streetsville a Proud Hockey History
Since 1946

The hockey history of Streetsville started in 1946 when the Toronto Township Hockey League was formed with eight 
communities. They were Burnhamthorpe, Cooksville, Clarkson, Cloverleaf, Erindale, Lorne Park, Streetsville and Upper Clarkson. 
Games were played on outdoor ice with night games played at the Lester arena in Georgetown.

1946  
Streetsville starts play in the T.T.H.L. (Toronto Township Hockey League now known as the M.H.L. Mississauga 
Hockey League) 

1956
The T.T.H.L. affiliates with M.T.H.L. (Metropolitan Toronto Hockey League)

1957
Tri-County League of the O.M.H.A. was founded.

1962
The S.D.M.H.A. began play in their new rink the Streetsville Arena.
(Now called the Streetsville Arena/Vic Johnston Community Centre)

1963-64
Webster-Jackman Minor Bantam won the T.T.H.L. "A" Level Championship.

1964-65
Hawthorne Valley Golf Club Bantam won the T.T.H.L. "A" Level Championship.

1965  
Streetsville & Meadowvale M.H.A. had 500 kids registered playing on 24 Teams, in an 18 week schedule, 7 rep teams played in the T.T.H.L.

1967
Hockey boundaries were established in Mississauga area.

1967-68
Streetsville leaves the T.T.H.L.(Toronto Township Hockey League) and joins the O.M.H.A. Tri-county league.

1968
T.T.H.L. (Toronto Township Hockey League) becomes M.H.L. (Mississauga Hockey League)

1967
Streetsville International Tyke Tournament (Inaugural year)

  • Game one played on April 8th, 1968 at 5:20 p.m. between Streetsville vs. Erindale.
  Streetsville won the game 4 to 0.
  • David Chadala and Robby Flack each scored two goals with assists going to Scott Snarr (2),
  Randy Johnston, Terry Foster and David Chadala.

Playing in that first tyke tournament game were two future NHLer's Eddie Hospidar & David Poulin who both went on to played for the Philadelphia Flyers.

1968-69
  • Streetsville joins O.M.H.A. Tri-County "A" League with five entries:
 Novice Thunderbirds, 
 IGA Pee Wees,
 Hutt Fence Bantams, 
 Maple Lodge Midgets,
 Juvenile Derbies.
  • 500 player registered in the S.M.H.A. playing on 30 teams.
  • Novice Thunderbirds win the First Tri-County "A" Championship 
 defeating Milton in the finals two straight games to zero.
  • The Juvenile Derbies won the Tri-County "A" Division League
 standings.
  • New equipment room build with the help of the S.M.H.A. ladies Auxiliary.

1970
Streetsville Tyke "A" Team wins their First Tyke Tournament Championship.

1971 
  • Marked the 25th year of Streetsville Hockey.
  • Streetsville Hockey registration ad indicated O.M.H.A. boundaries in effect.

1981
The S.M.H.A. was incorporated as the Streetsville Minor Hockey Association.
(Formally the Streetsville and District Minor Hockey Association)

1982 
The S.M.H.A. inducts its first Life Members.

1986
The O.H.A. Binding Arbitration report. 
(The ruling eliminates "A" hockey in Streetsville after 18 years. It also restricts Streetsville to ten "AA" teams only)

1986-87
Streetsville Juvenile "AA" Team Defeats Kingston Township to win the right to represent the O.M.H.A. in the O.H.F. All Ontario Finals. Streetsville defeated the M.T.H.L. Willowdale team to win Streetsville FIRST O.H.F. ALL ONTARIO PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP. 

1991
S.M.H.A. Constitution revised and updated.

1991-92
  • Tigers join O.M.H.A. CENTRAL TRIPLE A league after playing 23 years in the O.M.H.A. Tri-county AA & A league.
  • Tigers appoint Mr. Bill Mann as Tigers Hockey Club's first General  Manager.

1993
The S.A.M.H.A. was incorporated as the Streetsville Amateur Minor Hockey Association. 
(formally the S.M.H.A. however incorporation was allowed to lapse and as a result the Corporation known as the S.M.H.A. was cancelled by the Ministry) 

1994
The S.A.M.H.A. adopted its Mission statement.

1995-96
  • TIGERS join the Metropolitan Toronto Hockey League (M.T.H.L.). Now called the G.T.H.L. Greater Toronto Hockey League.
  • Mr. Larry Barnett appointed as first M.T.H.L. General Manager.

1996
  • 50th Anniversary of Hockey in Streetsville.

  • STREESVILLE TIGERS are Incorporated as the Streetsville Tigers Hockey Club (S.T.H.C.). 

1997
S.T.H.C. adopt a new set of By laws at their 2nd Annual Meeting of the corporation and the 51st of the Association.

1999
  • S.A.M.H.A. adopt a new set of By laws at their 6th Annual Meeting.  (The 16th of the corporation and the 53rd of the Association)
  • S.A.M.H.A. have a web site @ www.streetsvilleminorhockey.on.ca    (First S.A.M.H.A. webmaster Mike Erdelyi)
  • S.T.H.C. have a web site @ www.streetsvilletigershockeyclub.on.ca   (First S.T.H.C. webmaster Neil Painchaud)

  •  Inaugural year of the S.A.M.H.A. SELECT TOURNAMENT.  The First Tournament Director Donna Waters
  • Streetsville Novice Tournament renamed "Streetsville Tigers AA Fall Hockey Tournament".

1999-00
S.T.H.C. Minor Atom "AA" team wins Streetsville's First Carnation Cup and go on to win the G.T.H.L. City Championship defeating the GTHL AA East Division Champs. 

2000
 Inaugural year of the S.A.M.H.A. House League Tournament known as the S.A.M.H.A. KINGSGATE FINANCIAL ANNUAL TOURNAMENT. 
The first year featuring teams in the Tkye, Minor Novice and Novice age groups. The Tournament's First Director Bruce Munro. 

  • S.A.M.H.A. & S.T.H.C. adopted an Abuse & Harassment policy.
  • S.A.M.H.A. & S.T.H.C. adopt separate Mission Statements.

2001
S.A.M.H.A. & S.T.H.C. Elect different Presidents for the first time in their history and embark on a new relationship after 55 years. 

2005
S.A.M.H.A. Create paid position of General Manager.

2006  
Streetsville Hockey (the Streetsville Tigers & SAMHA) Celebrate 60 years of hockey in Streetsville (1946 to 2006)

2009-10 
S.A.M.H.A. is turned over to the Vic Johnston Community Centre Corporation to run the House League Hockey Program. The S.A.M.H.A. Corporation is Dissolved April 30, 2010. A new sub-committee of the VJCC is put in place to administer the minor hockey House League program going forward.

2010-11 
  • Inaugural season the New Streetsville Hockey League (S.H.L.)
  • The new leagues first President is Mr. Neil Painchaud (Past President and Life Member of the S.A.M.H.A.)
  • The V.J.C.C./S.H.L. hire a new Executive Director Mr. Darcy Walsh.
  • The S.H.L. developments a new league crest and launches a new web site at www.streetsvillehockey.com
  • The S.H.L. developed a new Vision and Mission statement with clearly outlined core values.
The Streetsville Tigers have been around under different names since 1946 when they along with seven other communities in the Toronto Township formed the T.T.H.L which Streetsville left in the late sixties. In 1962 the Streetsville and District Minor Hockey Association began to play out of their new rink the Vic Johnston Community Centre. During those early years the Tigers played under many names including, the Thunderbirds, Hounds, Tigers, Kings, Panthers and Rep Teams. After leaving the T.T.H.L. after the 1967-68 season Streetsville iced five teams to played in the Tri-County A league of the Ontario Minor Hockey Association at the start of the 1968-69 season. That first season included, The novice Thunderbirds, The IGA Pee Wees', The Hutt Fence Bantams, The Maple Lodge Midgets and the Juvenile Derbies. Streetsville won two championships that year, the Novice team won the Tri-County "A" championship by deatfeating Milton in the finals two games to none. The Juvenile Derbies won the Tri-County A Division League championships finishing in first place.

In 1968 Mr.Bill Snarr began the Streetsville International Tyke Tournament which still takes place today and is now called the Streetsville Tigers "AA" Fall Tournament.

After many successful years at the A level the Tigers were granted AA status in the O.M.H.A. Their many championship banners hang in their home arena the Vic Johnston Community Centre. In 1986-87 the Streetsville Juvenile AA team won the All Ontario Finals defeating Willowdale.

In the late eighties then President, the late Bill Mann and the hockey executive embarked on a name search for the Streetsville Rep teams. The winning name chosen was Tigers, from that date on the name and team colours were adopted into the Rules and Regulations. The next step was to find a logo and that occurred the following season.

The Tiger logo was designed and adopted in 1990 and has been incorporated into all tiger equipment, sweaters, pants, equipment bags, hats and jackets.

The Tigers moved to the O.M.H.A. Central Triple A league in 1991-1992 where they competed for four years. Winning a Bantam League Championship banner.

In 1995-1996 the Streetsville Tigers moved to the AA West Division of the M.T.H.L. . Since joining the G.T.H.L. the Tiger teams have been very competitive winning two Divisional Champions, one Carnation Cup and one City Championship.

2006 the Streetsville Tigers Celebrated 60 years of hockey in Streetsville.

2014-2015 will be the 20th year the Streetsville Tigers have played in the G.T.H.L.
FIVE YEAR RING RECIPIENTS 
TIGER'S HONOUR ROLL
CHAMPIONSHIPS
Presidents
From 1946 to 1996 the Tigers were part of S.A.M.H.A. and were represented by their President. The Tigers were incorporated as a separate non-profit corporation in 1996. However in 1992 the Tigers were given limited autonomy by the S.A.M.H.A. and elected their own president. 



OMHA "AAA"

1992-93 Neil Painchaud
1993-94 Neil Painchaud
1994-95 Neil Painchaud

GTHL "AA"
1995-96 Neil Painchaud
1996-97 Neil Painchaud
1997-98 Neil Painchaud
1998-99 Neil Painchaud
1999-00 Neil Painchaud
2000-01 Neil Painchaud
2001-02 Neil Painchaud
2002-03 Neil Painchaud
2003-04 Neil Painchaud
2004-05 Neil Painchaud
2005-06 Neil Painchaud
2006-07 Neil Painchaud
2007-08 Neil Painchaud
2008-09 Neil Painchaud
2009-10 Neil Painchaud
2010-11 Neil Painchaud
2011-12 Neil Painchaud
2012-13 Neil Painchaud
2013-14 Neil Painchaud
​2014-15 Neil Painchaud
2015-16 Neil Painchaud
2016-17 Neil Painchaud
2017-18 Neil Painchaud
General Managers
From 1946 to 1968 the Tigers played in the T.T.H.L. (Toronto Township Hockey League)
In 1968 they moved to the O.M.H.A. (Ontario Minor Hockey Association) where the Tigers played in the Tri-County A & AA leagues and they were over seen by a minor & major team convenor. In 1991-92 with the Tigers move to the Central Triple A League the position of General Manager was created.

OMHA "AAA"
1991-92 Bill Mann & Roger Graham
1992-93 Bill Mann
1993-94 Steve Edgerton
1994-95 Tim Holdaway/Neil Painchaud

GTHL "AA"
1995-96 Larry Barnett
1996-97 Larry Barnett
1997-98 Frank Trachsler
1998-99 Frank Trachsler
1999-00 Frank Trachsler
2000-01 Frank Trachsler
2001-02 Frank Trachsler
2002-03 Frank Trachsler
2003-04 Frank Trachsler
2004-05 Frank Trachsler
2005-06 Frank Trachsler
2006-07 Frank Trachsler
2007-08 Frank Trachsler
2008-09 Frank Trachsler
2009-10 Frank Trachsler
2010-11 Frank Trachsler
2011-12 Frank Trachsler
2012-13 Frank Trachsler
2013-14 Frank Trachsler
2014-15 Frank Trachsler
2015-16 Frank Trachsler
2016-17 Frank Trachsler
2017-18 Frank Trachsler
Treasurers
Sean Watts 1991-92 to 1997-98
Brian Conroy 1998-99 to 2000-01
Kathy Kennedy 2001-02 to 2005-06
Tim Holdaway 2006-07

Secretary
Pauline Burke* 1991-92 to 1995-96
Bill Grindlay 1996-97 to 1997-98
Tim Holdaway1998-99 to 1999-00
Alana Perkins1999-00 to

PAST MEMBERS
President ~ General Manager ~ Treasurer ~ Secretary ~ Life Members

LIFE MEMBERS


Mr. William "Bill" MANN*

Mr. Tim HOLDAWAY
* Deceased 

Tiger Sweaters used 2008-09 until 2011-12 season
2012-2013 New design Tigers' Home & Away Sweaters 
60th Tigers'  Anniversary Sweater 2006
GARTH JUNG 
MEMORIAL AWARD

Jim Gray
Frank Trachsler
Neil Painchaud