Return to Play 2021-22, News (Loyalist Township Minor Hockey)

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Return to Play 2021-22
Submitted By Paul Proderick on Fri 07 02, 21
Given the directives set out by the OHF return to play timelines Loyalist Minor Hockey will return to play with a "Skills Based September".

The first three weeks of ice time will consist of skill based development with power skating, stick handling and goaltender instruction. Confirmed instructors at this point include : Mike Murphy, T.J. Cox, and Brooke Beazer.

Loyalist will not offer conditioning skates this year and the instruction is included in your registration. We are awaiting confirmation of our ice allotments from the township and project our first ice time will be Wednesday September 8th.

The representative try out fee will be $60 and must be paid at time of registration. Hockey Canada has updated the on line registration process to HCR 3.0. Once the registration system goes live July 6th,  a notice will appear on our website outlining the new process. There will be NO in person registrations this season. A player is not considered registered until payment and documentation is confirmed by our registrar.

There will be a Return to Play Protocol once again this year and we are awaiting details from our organizing bodies as well as Loyalist Township.

We look forward to Hockey returning Stronger Than Ever!
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