2019-2020 Season Cancelled, News (Beverly Minor Hockey)

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2019-2020 Season Cancelled
Submitted By Debbie Croft on Friday, March 13, 2020
Hockey Canada has cancelled all hockey sanctioned activities. The 2019-2020 season is cancelled.

Hello BMHA Families,
 
Hockey Canada has cancelled all hockey activities, here is what that means.....
 
All on-ice and off-ice activities are immediately cancelled including OMHA Championships, League Championships, practices, games, tournaments, clinics, AGM, year end banquets and any other team gatherings. 
 
There will be no make-up games even after restrictions around Covid-19 are lifted, the 2019/2020 season is cancelled.
 
Timelines for Spring Tryouts for players wishing to go to Rep will be determined at a later date and communicated as information becomes available.
 
Any teams that have signed up for a Tournament will need to contact the Tournament organizer for specific refund information.
 
All Coaches clinics have been cancelled.
 
OMHA has created a resource page Covid-19 which will be continually updated with new information that is distributed to our membership.
 
Our AGM is cancelled and we will host it in September and give everyone 30 days notice so if you have any Constitutional changes to put forward or would like to run for a position you will have plenty of time to do so. 
 
Our Spring on-line registration will continue and we will have information regarding dates in the next week and we will communicate to you as soon as the dates have been set. 
 
It is an unfortunate end to such a great season for all of our teams, on behalf of the BMHA Board we hope everyone is staying healthy and taking care of each other.
 
Thank-you, Debbie
 
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