Fall Game Rules from OMHA, News (Amherstburg Minor Hockey Association)

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Fall Game Rules from OMHA
Submitted By AMHA webmaster on Tuesday, September 29, 2020
These are the rules that we are going to be using for the Fall hockey Schedule. 

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