REGISTRATION and RETURN to play, News (Port Colborne Minor Hockey)

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REGISTRATION and RETURN to play
Submitted By Linda Knisley on Saturday, August 29, 2020
Registration  OPEN  as of AUGUST  14 

FIRST PAYMENT   September 1st  
Balance  of registration due   November 15  

Modified program for 2020-2021     

Port Colborne Minor Hockey 

RETURN TO HOCKEY   


No increase in FEES 

First payment   $200    to be paid after September 1st before the first ice time.  
First ice time is pending approval of PCMHA programming.   

Second payment  balance of registration   November 15th  


Hockey School, Initiation program  

Fundamental Skating program for young skaters under 7 

  • The program will begin mid-September

  • 44 hours of on-ice instruction from September to March 

  • Maximum of 30 on-ice participants including coaches and volunteers. 

  • Ice surface will be divided into  3 groups of 10  or   2 groups of 15 

  • Execution of on-ice sessions under public health authority requirements.

  • Approx   2 ice times per week.  Saturday morning and 1 weeknight


Return to Play  Programs under 8 and above  

  •  The program will begin mid-September 

  •  44 hours of on-ice programming 

  •  Maximum of 30 on-ice participants  including coaches and volunteers 

  •  Flexible non-traditional hockey program for the 2020-21 season until such time as we reach Stage 4 within the OHF Return to Play Framework

  • Teams will consist of 9 players and a 1 goalie

  • Upon approval of OPH and OMHA, teams will be in pods of 4 or 5 teams from the Niagara Region and  as of mid -October will begin to play 3 on 3 or 4 on 4 

  • Execution of on-ice sessions under public health authority and facility requirements   

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  • Under 9 and below   Cross-ice games begin mid to late October

  • Playing  8 to 12 games home, 8 to 12 away  and 34 shared practices  

  • Approx.  2 ice times per week    (one on the weekend / one weeknight)  


  • Under 10 and above   Full ice games   

  • play 12 home,   12 away    and 34 shared practices.    

  • approx .  2 ice times per week   (one on the weekend / one weeknight) 


League play is dependant on total registration and approval of OMHA and OPH  
Alternately,  an in-house program will be available for every child registered.  

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