SMMHA OMHA AP Guidelines, News (St. Marys Minor Hockey)

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SMMHA OMHA AP Guidelines
Submitted By Rachael Torrance on Friday, October 11, 2019
SMMHA Affiliated Player (AP) Guideline
SMMHA is sharing the Affiliated Player (AP) Guideline in an effort to ensure all coaches, players and parents understand what is an AP, how APs are to be used, and other important features of the OMHA AP process.
When used appropriately, APs help a team when a regular rostered player is ill, injured, absent, or suspended. SMMHA strongly encourages the signing of APs such that it maximizes opportunities for all players, and recognizes that teams have access to different pools of players dependent upon their division. 

The SMMHA AP Guideline can be found here.

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