Glancaster Return to Hockey Plan, News (Glancaster Minor Hockey)

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Glancaster Return to Hockey Plan
Submitted By Mario Barricelli on Thursday, September 3, 2020
The Glancaster Bombers is planning an eight week program designed to provide ice sessions 2-3 times per week dependent on ice availability from the city of Hamilton in this phase of Return to Hockey.

This program is following the parameters outlined by HC, OHF and OMHA and is awaiting ultimate approval from the OMHA.  The cost of this program will be $650 per player.  All 2019/2020 Bombers are guaranteed a spot on a team and will play within their age group as a cohort bubble. The program will consist of development with their assigned team and at later stages players will play 3v3 or 4v4 mini-tournament style games within their age cohort bubble. The Glancaster Bombers does reserve the right to move players as well as change the format of development and play as deemed necessary by our organization. If able to continue hockey, this program will extend through the remaining year with additional installments required, this cost is TBD at this time. We appreciate your patience as we navigate through these uncertain times.

Please complete the payment form if already registered for return to play through Hockey Canada.  This will allow the payment process to occur prior to the start of this program.  The form is due back to the Registrar by September 11th, 2020.  Please email the form to [email protected]ancasterminorhockey.com. Payment must be received before your child can participate in this return to hockey program.

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