2014 OHA Cup, News (Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario)

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Nov 12, 2013 | webmaster | 4396 views
2014 OHA Cup
The Ontario Hockey Association, in partnership with ALLIANCE Hockey, the OMHA and the Cambridge Minor Hockey Association is pleased to announce they are now accepting team applications to the 2014 OHA Cup.

In just it's second year, the OHA Cup will again take place in Cambridge in three different arenas (Galt, Hespeler and Preston), and will once again provide an opportunity for Major Midget age hockey players playing in both AAA and AA to participate in a tournament that creates an educational and hockey experience.

Last season over 40 players who participated in the 2013 OHA Cup went on to play either Junior A, B or C hockey within the OHA. Scouts from the OHA, OHL and OUA were around the arena's all weekend long!

The tournament is designed to specifically educate players and parents on the opportunities that exist past Midget hockey. Players will learn the next steps required to properly position themselves to transition from Minor to Junior hockey, an opportunity to be scouted for the next level of competition, explore the different options, teams and leagues available and what will be expected of them as they pursue higher levels of hockey and education.

CLICK HERE to go to the OHA Cup Page with Application Packages available for download

For any questions or concerns regarding the 2014 OHA Cup please contact OHA Development Coordinator Stephen Boscariol at 519-622-2402 ext. 7 or email at [email protected]ahockey.org.


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