Return to Play Tier One:, News (Essex Minor Hockey)

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Sep 16, 2020 | Shawn Carswell | 1301 views
Return to Play Tier One:
Return to Play Tier One:

EMHA Tier One players will be taking the ice very soon, and will be starting in there groups in preparation for the next steps in the formation of the cohorts. 

Erie, Essex, and Southpoint are currently in the process of creating productive cohorts for 'Tier One' grouping. 

We are now in the process of closing Tier One registration, as we work to create the cohorts. Players not registered and paid by September 18, will not be added to the Tier One cohort. 

The goal of our organizations is to create teams competitively balanced, which may involve a rotation of players on a bi-weekly basis, where teams are comprised of players from multiple centers. This will be based on each centers of the 3 centers registration numbers. The centers are working together to minimize this impact in all cohort groupings.

Clarification - "which may involve a rotation of players on a bi-weekly basis"

This only will be for used for a Game Play against the other centers in the cohort group. Essex players will be practicing with Essex players as a Team/Group. 

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