Age-Division Name Change & New Player Pathway Information for 2020-2021 Hockey Season, News (Newcastle Village Minor Hockey Association)

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Age-Division Name Change & New Player Pathway Information for 2020-2021 Hockey Season
Submitted By Amanda Bongard on Sunday, December 15, 2019
The Ontario Hockey Federation and Ontario Minor Hockey Association have shared that effective for the 2020-2021 season all Hockey Canada age-divisions for minor and female hockey programs will become U7,U9,U11 through to U21.

For more information visit the OHF website by clicking here. 

Please see the chart below for age-division name changes. NVMHAI references will be updated prior to the 2020-2021 season start.

Note - the player must be the age or under on Dec. 31.




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**OHF reference - there are no subdivisions in the OWHA ie. minor novice, minor atom etc.  

In addition - there will be new player pathways for age groups. Click here to view a summary of the changes by the OMHA or see below for the full documents.

Click on file name to open document.

U7_(Initation)_Player_Pathway_Policy_and_Rationale.pdf
U9_(Novice)_Player_Pathway_Policy_and_Rationale.pdf
U11_(Atom)_Player_Pathway_Policy_and_Rationale.pdf




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