The Hockey Season is Here!, News (Whitchurch Stouffville Minor Hockey Association)

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The Hockey Season is Here!
Submitted By Don Easter on Saturday, September 18, 2010
The Maple Leafs and the rest of their NHL buddies may still be playing golf, but for minor hockey players, coaches, parents and fans the hockey season starts now!

For those of you who are already in the habit of checking out this website on a regular basis, you know that most of our A and AE teams have been playing exhibition, and in some cases, tournament games over the past few weeks.

Rep teams start regular season competition this week. The weekly schedule for all rep teams appears on our home page and scores are scrolling in the top right hand corner of the page as they become available.

Full schedules of games and practices are posted on the team sites. Simply click on the division name (eg Peewee) on the left hand side of the home page, and then click on the appropriate pop up (eg Minor Peewee, Minor Peewee AE, Major Peewee, Major Peewee AE) to get to the team site.

House League kicks off this week-end, September 18 and 19. Coaches will be calling the players assigned to their teams to let them know where and when to show up for the first skate. If you haven't received a call, be patient; it's coming. Your team's full schedule of games and practice times will appear shortly on this website long with stats, standings and a lot of other stuff you'll need or want to know.


Best of luck to all teams! Have a great season!
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