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Mar 14, 2023


Hockey Nova Scotia is pleased to announce that Mike Field has been appointed as the branch’s interim executive director by the Hockey Nova Scotia board of directors.

For more than two decades, Field has brought stability, leadership, and a positive attitude to the Hockey Nova Scotia branch office.

A former member of the Acadia Axemen men’s hockey team and a graduate of Acadia University in 2001 with a Bachelor of Kinesiology, Field joined Hockey Nova Scotia as Member Services Coordinator in January 2002.

As Hockey Nova Scotia’s long-time Member Services Manager, the Truro, N.S. native has gained a well-earned reputation for his professionalism and dependability. His commitment to leading, developing, and promoting positive hockey experiences for all players across the province is evident to anyone who encounters him on their hockey journey.

“We have tremendous confidence in Mike Field’s ability to lead our organization,” said Arnie Farrell, president of Hockey Nova Scotia. “An experienced hockey leader, Mike’s personal values are entirely aligned with our organization’s values. Mike is hardworking and committed, and he’s always willing to go the extra mile to make sure things are done properly and for the right reasons.”

Field has more than 20 years of experience in hockey governance in Nova Scotia, and has previously served as the provincial branch’s interim executive director in 2004 and 2018. Over the years, he has built strong relationships with our vast network of hockey association and volunteers. He will take over the position previously held by Amy Walsh, who announced last month she would be leaving Hockey Nova Scotia to join the Future of Hockey Lab full-time on Dec. 30.

Field’s appointment, effective immediately, will continue until June 30, 2023. Hockey Nova Scotia’s board of directors will begin the process of selecting a full-time executive director in the new year.

Please join us in welcoming Mike Field as interim executive director of Hockey Nova Scotia.




Garreth MacDonald

Communications & Special Events Director

Hockey Nova Scotia


259 Commodore Drive

Dartmouth, NS, B3B 0M1


Dec 12, 2022

Good Luck at SEDMHA!

Welcome to all teams & families and thank you for coming!

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SEDMHA is a unique tournament format where the winner and loser of each and every game, decides which game you play next. No game is left at a tie which makes for some exciting hockey!

Games start Thursday, November 24th and run through Sunday, November 27th, 2022.

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Nov 23, 2022


Good afternoon everyone,


I want to share with you all that Amy Walsh will be leaving Hockey Nova Scotia to join the Future of Hockey Lab.


Four years ago, Amy joined our team and during that short time, we have experienced tremendous change. Most of that change was by our own design as we have worked to make the game safer and more welcoming.


From her leadership in plotting the Player Journey Map, to her support of the World Women’s Legacy Development Plan, to her work in launching the Diversity and Inclusion Task Force, Amy has been an advocate for inclusivity in hockey.


Some of that change was also unexpected. COVID-19 forced all of us to be more innovative than ever as we navigated the fluid and everchanging pandemic climate. Amy was steadfast in her role, building on relationships with government and initiating new channels of communication like the Rebound Plan to keep hockey in Nova Scotia on the ice.


A hardworking, people-first, and principled professional who we all consider a friend, the staff and board are sad to see Amy leave.


However, we are pleased that Amy will remain in the sport, focusing her efforts on the Future of Hockey Lab (FHL). The FHL was one of the nine recommendations in the final report from the Hockey Nova Scotia Diversity and Inclusion Task Force.


We look forward to continued collaboration with Amy in her role to make hockey more welcoming for everyone.


Amy’s last day with Hockey Nova Scotia is Dec. 30.


We will begin the search for a new executive director in the coming days.


Please join me in thanking Amy for her commitment and contributions to Hockey Nova Scotia, and wishing her continued success with the FHL.




Arnie Farrell


Hockey Nova Scotia



Garreth MacDonald

Communications & Special Events Director

Hockey Nova Scotia


259 Commodore Drive

Dartmouth, NS, B3B 0M1


Nov 23, 2022

Congratulations Inferno!

U18 A Blaze


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Nov 14, 2022