New 2020-2021 Player Pathways Have Been Released, News (Newcastle Village Minor Hockey Association)

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New 2020-2021 Player Pathways Have Been Released
Submitted By Amanda Bongard on Saturday, December 28, 2019

The OHF and OMHA have released some of the new player pathways for the 2020-2021 season. Final versions of the pathways are expected to be released in February 2020.



Click here to view a summary of the changes by the OMHA or see below for the full documents.

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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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