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Submitted By Hockey Canada on Monday, March 27, 2017 (578 views)
New policy mandates cross-ice and half-ice hockey for Initiation-aged players

CALGARY, Alta. – Hockey Canada wants all of Canada on the same page when it comes to the delivery of its Initiation Program – traditionally a player’s first brush with organized hockey at the ages of five and six. Read More

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Submitted By OHF on Monday, March 27, 2017 (98 views)
CAMBRIDGE, ON. – The Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) is proud to support a new mandatory Hockey Canada policy giving five-and six-year-old players a chance to learn hockey on a scale appropriate to their age.  
Starting this fall for the 2017-18 season, Initiation-aged players across the country will all receive programming on cross-ice or half-ice surfaces. This has always been a suggestion of the Initiation Program (IP), but there has been a variety of delivery models. The new Hockey Canada policy moves to reconcile the different deliveries and ensure every initiation-level player is receiving similar programming. Read More

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Submitted By ALLIANCE Hockey on Monday, March 27, 2017 (148 views)
Brantford, ON - The 2017 ALLIANCE Hockey House League Select Championships are coming to Brantford,ON March 30 - April 2, 2017! A total of 95 teams will compete in the year-end Championships across 10 divisions, Novice through Juvenile.   Read More

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Submitted By ALLIANCE Hockey on Monday, March 27, 2017 (83 views)
Hamilton, ON - FUN, FUN and more FUN will be on the agenda for this weekend's 2017 ALLIANCE Hockey Tyke Festival being hosted in Hamilton, ON at the Chedoke Twin Pad Arena.  The TYKE Festival is a year-end celebration for players who have been learning the game all season and where fun and fair play are highlighted.  Read More

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Submitted By ALLIANCE Hockey on Thursday, March 23, 2017 (333 views)
Calgary, AB - The first phase of the Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup program is now complete and Regional Winners have been selected from each Branch across Canada. The Hamilton Huskies have been named the Regional Winners from the Ontario Hockey Federation!  Now we need YOUR help as they are competing to be the Grand Prize Winners, who will be selected from among the Regional Winners via public voting on chevrolethockey.com which will be live from March 22nd until March 29th.   Read More
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