About us


Hinton Pond Hockey is a non-profit association run by volunteers.

Board Members & Duties
Please note: This is a guideline. Duties or positions may be edited at any time by HPHA executive


Ferenc Scobie

  • Presides  over all meetings of the association and is in charge of  agendas for each meeting

  • Acts as the spokesperson for the association

  • Is the main contact person for the Town of Hinton and is responsible for cancelling or rescheduling ice times with the Town. Attends any meeting in regards to this.

  • Deals with any parental concerns or issues and brings them to the board if needed

  • Shall have signing authority for the association

  • In general terms supervises and controls all business and affairs of the board and the association

  • Book the room at the Rec Centre when needed for meetings


Tyler Waugh

  • Attends all meetings of the association

  • Is responsible for keeping accurate record of the proceeding of all executive, special and general  meetings

  • Notifies the executive of the time and place of all association meetings

  • Publishes the notice of the AGM in the local newspaper – 21 days in advance

  • Shall have signing authority for the association

  • Receives proposed amendments to the bylaws , policies & procedures and any other documents  and deals with them in a timely fashion (if applicable)

  • Has charge of the boards correspondence

  • Ensures an accurate up to date record of players, coaches and board members. Making changes when needed

  • Keeps HPHA  forms up to date


Matt D'Angelo

  • Keep an accurate record of all monies received and disbursed

  • Shall have signing authority for the association

  • Receives and deposited all registration  fees from the registrar on a timely basis

  • Presents a report to the board at the monthly meeting of the operating results of HPHA

  • Ensures an audited statement of the financial  position of the association is prepared and presented to the AGM

  • Advises the executive on preparing the budget

  • Ensures payment of all expenditures on a timely basis


  • Responsible for the organization of the associations registration and will ensure necessary forms are available

  •  Set up the Zone4 electronic registration form so parents can register their children and submit fees

  • Updates Google Contacts with all parent information for the year

  • Updates the Hockey Canada Registry with player and coaches information

  • Processes requests for player transfers in the Hockey Canada Registry

  • It is recommended that the registrar be somewhat tech-savvy as there's a lot of electronic forms to fill out.  We did build a how-to manual so you don't need to be Bill Gates.

On-Ice Coordinator

Dave Boychuk

  • Acts as liaison between on ice supervisors (OIS), members and the executive

  • Responsible for keeping and  organizing HPHA volunteer forms

  • Complies a list of people willing to volunteer  as OIS and team managers and contacts them accordingly

  • Makes sure there is adequate supervision for the allotted ice times (minimum 2 OIS)

  • Ensures each OIS has completed  the respect in sports on line course

  • Collects all information required to register the OIS’s with Hockey Alberta and provides it to the registrar  

  • Maintains HPHA medical forms. Ensure OIS are aware of player medical concerns and that all forms are in the equipment locker in case of an emergency

  • Keeps a record of all locker keys and ensure key are given out to required personnel

Hinton Pond Hockey would also like to recognize and thank all the previous board members.  If we're missing someone from this list, please let us know.
  • Pat Scobie

  • Laura Riou

  • Linda Watson

  • Jen Baird

  • Ryan Ireland

  • Linda Jones

  • Sharon Meredith

  • Gwen Nett

  • Chris Read

  • Paul Gemmel

  • Cindy Petrone

  • Lacy Park

  • Rochelle Meyer

  • Ashlee Spenst

  • Tovah Blain

  • Roxanne Schneider

  • Tanya Bott

  • Lisa Abstreiter

  • Lisa Ritchie

  • Andrea Cote

  • Tammy Johnson

Hinton Pond Hockey would also like to acknowledge the contributions of a lot of other volunteers who have put in time as coaches, working the benches, helping with events, and other activities and making the program a success.  Your deeds have not gone unnoticed and we thank you.