The Halton Hurricanes Minor Hockey Alliance (HHMA) was formed in 1991. As part of the Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) the HHMA strives to provide the highest level of minor hockey available to players in the Halton Region and surrounding areas. In cooperation with local minor hockey organizations in Orangeville, Erin-Hillsburgh, Georgetown, Acton and Milton, the Hurricanes furnish players with minor hockey opportunities at the 'AAA' level.
The Hurricanes play in a league called the South-Central Triple A (SCTA) which consists of teams from Oakville, Guelph, Grey-Bruce, Burlington, Southern Tier, Niagara North, Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Brampton and Hamilton. Nine teams from Novice to Midget age-level are formed each season.
Hurricanes home games and practices are held at several venues:
* The Powerade Centre in Brampton, Ontario
* Thompson Arena in Milton, Ontario
* John Tonelli Arena in Milton, Ontario
* The Milton Sports Complex in Milton, Ontario
* Mold-Masters SportsPlex in Georgetown, ON
Many players have used their Hurricanes experience to gain post secondary school scholarships, join teams at the Junior hockey level or to return to the organization as coaching staff members. Others have moved on to the professional level both in North America and Europe.
The Halton Hurricanes strive to provide outstanding coaching, training and competition in a player-friendly environment.