Return To Hockey, News (Essex Minor Hockey)

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Jul 12, 2020 | Shawn Carswell | 1102 views
Return To Hockey
OMHA has release a tentative date when they will start approving the return of hockey.

There has not been any information on what the season will look like from the OMHA to date, once the OMHA approved return to play plan is release this information share to all members.

"As previously communicated, in Bulletin 200624-033-I, within Phase 2 - Stage 1 of the OHF Return to Hockey Framework, Minor Hockey Associations (MHA) may conduct, with the approval of the OMHA, instructional training for players registered with their MHA during the 2019-2020 season, where such training is conducted by a registered coach with the MHA during the 2019-2020 season. Currently, the OMHA has not started to approve requests from our associations, however, we have targeted August 4, 2020 as the earliest possible date that we would start to approve association programming. We will continue to monitor the situation and will advise when we are ready to move forward with request process including protocols. We will ensure any return to play puts the safety of our participants, first and foremost."

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