U7 (IP), U9 (NOVICE) AND U11 (ATOM) PLAYER PATHWAY IMPLEMENTATION, News (Amherstburg Minor Hockey Association)

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U7 (IP), U9 (NOVICE) AND U11 (ATOM) PLAYER PATHWAY IMPLEMENTATION
Submitted By AMHA webmaster on Wednesday, January 1, 2020
Effective for the 2020-2021 season, minor hockey associations, including those in the Ontario Hockey Federation’s Member Partners - OMHA, ALLIANCE, GTHL, NOHA and the OWHA - will be following the U7 (IP), U9 (Novice) and U11 (Atom) Player Pathways. This is a change from the past, impacting ice surface size, season format and when tryouts occur. 




Please open this link  to see the impacts for those in U7 (Initiation), U9 (Novice) and U11 (Atom).

More information on the full U7 (Initiation), U9 (Novice) and U11 (Atom) Player Pathways policy and recommendations can be found at the OHF Website.

U7 (Initiation), U9 (Novice) and U11 (Atom) Player Pathway Implementation for 2020-2021
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