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TDMHA Registration is Open!
Submitted By Larry Kropf on Thursday, August 6, 2020
Registration for the 2020 - 2021 season is now open!  Go to the "Registration" Tab above for instructions and the link to the Hockey Canada Registration site!

This Season will be unique!  The Corona Virus pandemic has had an impact in every aspect of our lives and will impact the type of program Tavistock Minor Hockey can provide.

the safety of everyone involved in minor hockey is always the first priority, but this year safety has a much more significant impact on what happens on the ice. 

The Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF), with direction from Hockey Canada, is coordinating the return to hockey requirements for all Minor, Junior, Senior and Ladies Hockey in Ontario.

In order to be approved to conduct a minor hockey program, the TDHMA needs to submit a list of participants to the OMHA,  so please register as soon as possible!

Tavistock minor hockey will not be collecting any fees with registration this year because of the uncertainty surrounding the programs we can offer and the costs we will incur.  Cost will be determined once we have clear direction from the OHF and will then be communicated to our members.

The start of this minor hockey season will be different than any we have seen before, but the hope is to be back to traditional hockey before the end of the year.  How the programming evolves this year will depend on the spread of Covid 19.

Tavistock Minor Hockey will be hosting a virtual AGM and information session before the start of the season to share what we know about the programs and fill 4 open spots on the executive.  Details will be coming soon.  In the meantime, check out the OHF Return to Hockey documented that was posted yesterday in our news articles to understand their vision for The coming season!



 


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