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As many of you know, one of our seniors was seriously injured in a house fire 2/25/2024.  Dominic Mansmann has a long difficult road ahead of him. If you would like to keep up with his status updates and help support him, his family and his community, please check out the FaceBook page and GoFundMe created for him.  Links to each are below.

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Thank You All for your continued dedication and support!

Thank you to all CMHA members for your continued support and patience as the Board and Coaches work to optimize your player's hockey experience and remain within evolving guidelines.  

2023 4th Of July Parade

2023 4th Of July


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Canon-McMillan Developmental

Canon-McMillan Developmental

Canon-McMillan Developmental

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Canon-McMillan Developmental Hockey

Canon Mac Developmental Youth Hockey

Thank You to Blink of an Eye: Sports and Family Photography for all team photos!

Brett Oldaker CM Class of 2011

Brett Oldaker was a four year member of Canon-McMillan's Varsity Team.  Brett netted 55 goals and 69 assists for 124 points in PIHL regular season play, thus holding all of CM's scoring records. This former All-Star led the Big Macs to win their first-ever Penguins Cup title in 2010 and also to the 2011 championship game.  After Canon-McMillan, Brett went on to play junior hockey for the Chicago Hitmen in the NAHL and for the Capital District Selects and Connecticut Oilers in the EJHL.  Collegiate followed juniors at Franklin Pierce University and for the University of Pittsburgh.  Brett's career concluded professionally with the Mentor Ice Breakers of the FHL.  Canon-McMillan Hockey Association has since appropriately retired Brett Oldaker's number 19 jersey.  It is now displayed at Canon-McMillan High School.