OHL to host 7th annual OHL Gold Cup High Performance Officiating Camp


The Ontario Hockey League will be hosting its 7th annual OHL Gold Cup High Performance Officiating Exposure Camp from May 1-5 at the Activa Sportsplex in Kitchener, Ont. to enhance the development and performance of the top officiating prospects in Ontario.

This camp will be an opportunity for officials to showcase their skills and abilities to members of the OHL Officiating Department. Each participant will officiate four games that will be supervised by OHL personnel with feedback given. In addition to in-game development opportunities there will be off-ice seminars with guest OHF/OHL personnel on topics such as communication, game management, 4-officials-system, video review session and one on-ice session on skating and/or testing.


Officials should be able to handle top level Minor Midget AAA and have the desire and willingness to develop their skills and maximize their potential. When applying please keep in mind the following:

  • Referees must have significant experience at Minor Midget AAA or above.
  • Linesman must have significant experience at Bantam AAA or above.

Interested officials are asked to visit the following link for more information on applying:

Applications are due by March 29, all applicants will be contacted either way the first week in April.

The OHL Gold Cup is an annual showcase event featuring top under-16 talent in Ontario. As part of the Hockey Canada Program of Excellence, select players from the OHL Gold Cup will be invited to attend the National Under-17 Selection Camp, where they will have a chance to compete with other top talent from across Canada, to earn a spot at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge.

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