Under 20 - No Bump League, News (St. Marys Minor Hockey)

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Under 20 - No Bump League
Submitted By Pete Frehner on Saturday, September 13, 2014
St Marys Minor Hockey will be offering the Under 20 No Body Contact League again this season.

The Under 20 No Body Contact League will be offered to all players [Girls and Boys] from Bantam age to 19 and is a no contact style of hockey.  We are working on an ice schedule with 25 ice times mostly Sundays at 6:45 pm.  The season should run from mid October to late February.  The games will have refs and be played with the regular rules and equipment.


SMMHA will need a minimum number of players to make this program work and we are hoping to get 20 to 25 players. So it is important that if you are interested, get registered. A sign up day for the Under 20 Rec. league will be held at the PRC,   September 21st from 12 pm to 2 pm. If you are interested or need more information contact Ken Williams at [email protected] or Janet Edye at [email protected]

In the past this program has served players who want to play but don t have the time to commit to a regular SMMHA team, are too old for midget hockey, don t wish to play contact hockey and don t like the travel or expense of the regular SMMHA programs.  This is good fast non-contact hockey that follows all of the rules of the game.  The emphasis is on kids playing once/twice a week, maintaining their skills and enjoying the game without the pressure of a regular travel team program.

The registration rate is $400 all included [goalie’s rates discounted] that means you will be an OMHA/OWHA registered player, insured under the OMHA with the option to AP to applicable SMMHA teams. Note OMHA new rules require all players under 18 to have a parent complete the online respect in sport course before stepping on the ice.

This is an inexpensive way to keep players playing, improve a players skill set in a low injury environment while having a great deal of fun with friends

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