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Organization - Welcome to EMHA 2020/2021!
Submitted By Erin Turpin on Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Welcome to Embro Minor Hockey 2020/2021! 

We are looking forward to finally getting back on the ice- although it will look a little different this season!  

EMHA is looking for coaches and trainers!  We will be allowed to roster up to 5 / team however only 2 will be allowed on the bench.  Please email [email protected] if you are able to help out!  We would really appreciate your time!

A few changes this season: 

The age group names have changed- when you are on the website the teams will now be U- depending on the birth year of the player.
U7 (formally IP)- 2014, 2015
U9 (formally Minor/ Major Novice) 2012, 2013
U11 (formally Atom) 2010, 2011
U13 (formally PeeWee) 2008, 2009
U15 (formally Bantam) 2006, 2007
U18 (formally Midget) 2003, 2004, 2005

We will be returning to the ice starting on October 6- please keep an eye on the website for details regarding practice times.  We are working out the details of games for the year and will let you know when we have put a safe plan in place.  

Entry into the arena details will be sent out to you closer to October 6-

As per Zorra Township rules:  Arena doors will open 15 minutes before the practice and be locked when players go onto ice ( no late entry will be allowed).  1 parent can accompany the player but no siblings.  If you need to leave the arena during practice you will not be permitted back into the arena and will need to meet your player when they leave the ice.  We will have 15 minutes to exit the arena after practices.    

Please see our Protocols Attached :)
EMHA_Protocols_  Arena_User_Protocol
Should you have any questions please email [email protected]
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