Reporting an injury:

Each player on the team must have a completed Medical Information Sheet and the trainer should have theses accessible at every team function, this includes but is not limited to games, practices and tournaments.

A Hockey Canada Insurance form  must be completed in the following cases:

  • If a player or team official is injured during a game and misses more than one period.
  • If a player or team official is injured during a practice or other association-sanctioned function and requires medical attention.
  • If a player or team official reports an injury after the fact (e.g. player is injured during a game and continues play, however attends a doctor the next day for the injury).

It is imperative that the above forms are completed in a timely manner to ensure that any potential insurance claims are dealt with appropriately. 
If there is an injury that meets the above criteria the CPGHA requests that Risk and Safety be notified as soon as possible at It is required that a copy of the above form be sent to CPGHA Risk and Safety by email. Please keep a copy of the original document, in case its required at a later time.

The injury report is filled out for statistical purposes and must be submitted to OWHA This "Injury Report" is designed to provide organized hockey in Ontario with the critical information on hockey injuries that is required to permit the hockey bodies in Ontario to discuss possible changes to enhance safety in the game of hockey. Note: All player information of a personal or injury nature that is recorded on this form is considered to be confidential and is not to be used in any manner to determine a player's future ability to play the game.

Deliver the original partially completed "Canadian Hockey Injury Report" to the injured player's parents/guardians to finish filling out the details. Explain to them that this form is used to register a potential claim for expenses related to the injury should the parents/guardians incur expenses not covered through 1) provincial health coverage or 2) by personal insurance through their employer. When completed, they should mail the form within 90 days to the OWHA offices along with any original receipts.

Mailing Address:
Ontario Women's Hockey Association
225 Watline Avenue
Mississauga, Ontario
L4Z 1P3
Note: Keep a copy of all documentation submitted to the OWHA.

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