3rd Annual NDHL All Star Game, News (Glancaster Minor Hockey)

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3rd Annual NDHL All Star Game
Submitted By Mario Barricelli on Friday, November 29, 2019
This only pertains  for  teams that play in the NDHL Loop ( A Teams)

3RD ANNUAL NDHL ALL STAR GAME DEC. 21ST AT THE MERIDIAN CENTER IN ST. CATHARINES

Our association will work with our Head Coaches of the A division Teams that play in the Niagara loop. The selections are based on the selection criteria below and provided to the NDHL Exec for creation of the teams.


Selection process:
Team are made up of 15 skaters and 3 goalies
Top 6 GA Avg per division for Goalie picks (Picks based on standings as of Dec 14th)
9 Forwards, 6 Defense & 3 goalies – Total 18 Players per team
2 players per centre – players would then be separated to a home and away team
4 remaining players chosen by random draw from the teams without goalie picks
Head Coach based on top 2 winning % (Picks based on standings as of Dec 14th)
The NDHL will randomly draw 8 centers not including the two head coach’s centres
   to fill 3 assistant coaches and 1 trainer position per team.


Schedule:
12:00PM - NOVICE - 4 teams of 9 players, 2 Twenty Minute Games

1:30PM  - ATOM
3:00PM  - PEEWEE
4:30PM  - BANTAM
6:00PM  - MIDGET

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