CAMBRIDGE, ON – Following its Semi-Annual Meeting of the Members, the Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) is pleased to announce its Playing Regulations for the 2023-24 season.
Largely an administrative document, the Playing Regulations govern Members and associations in the consistent delivery of the game within the OHF jurisdiction.
changes made to the (Playing) Regulations are reflective of the opinions of
many stakeholders within the OHF family,” said Chair of the Board John Kastner.
“Thank you to our Members for your continued and ongoing support in creating a
player first environment for the many participants within the OHF.”
terminology from Tryout’s to Player Evaluations
Evaluation Dates & General Rules
- Summer Programing
Championship Dates (2024)
- Select &
MD Categories Added to U7 & U9
creating the final Playing Regulations, the OHF conducted a comprehensive
review of our Regulations which included various focus groups and Town Hall
meetings,” said Executive Director Phillip McKee. “The final document is
representative of the OHF’s commitment to providing quality experiences for
every person participating in our game. Thank you to those that contributed in
focus groups and Town Halls over the last several months, this could not have
been done without your input.”
amendments made to the Playing Regulations will continue to be monitored over
the next several months to ensure that the intended outcomes are achieved, this
may come in the form of participant experience surveys and additional focus
groups with key stakeholders.
summary of the 2023-24 Playing Regulations and seasonal calendar key dates is
available by clicking here.
THE OHF: The Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) is the largest member of
Hockey Canada operating alongside Hockey Eastern Ontario (HEO) and Hockey
Northwestern Ontario (HNO) as governing bodies for amateur hockey in Ontario.
Recognized as the Provincial Sport Organization for the sport of Hockey, the
OHF operates within a structure that is comprised of seven member partners:
Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario (ALLIANCE), Greater Toronto Hockey League
(GTHL), Northern Ontario Hockey Association (NOHA), Ontario Hockey Association
(OHA), Ontario Hockey League (OHL), Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA),
and Ontario Women’s Hockey Association (OWHA). Each operating under specific
programs to their area or jurisdiction, following Hockey Canada and OHF
Regulations, Rules and Policies.