2016/17 REP and AE GENERAL INFO, News (Glanbrook Minor Hockey Association)

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2016/17 REP and AE GENERAL INFO
Submitted By Jason Shedden on Friday, February 12, 2016
With the Glanbrook Minor Hockey Association being re-classified as an “A” Centre next season, there will be some changes to our divisional team format.  


Each division will now have a Minor and Major Rep team.  A blended AE team of Minor and Major skaters will be considered if a combined total of 48 skaters have tried out for that specific divisions Rep teams.  Should the combined total of skaters fall under the 48 skater minimum, the association will consider creating a blended Select team for that division as an alternative to the AE team.  As always the GMHA strives to provide the most developmental opportunities that we can for skaters in all divisions, so that we can strengthen our organization as a whole.


Please feel free to direct all inquiries to our VP of OMHA, Sil Bonitatibus ([email protected])

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