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SPECIAL MESSAGE FROM THE EXECUTIVE
Submitted By James Beard on Friday, December 4, 2020
Hello players and parents, 

First of all, the association would like to thank you for all the co-operation and patience during this very different season.  

We wanted to reach out to everyone to provide some insight on plans moving forward. The association has been working hard to find solutions for competitive games and will continue to pursue all options in order to provide an engaging atmosphere for all the players... 



Possible options, starting in January could include but not limited to: 

1) inter-squad games with referees and SLMHA jerseys;
2) all-star skill competitions. 

With not knowing what the future holds for hockey in 2021, we will continue to work on moving forward with the players, coaches, and family’s health and safety as our main priority.   

Happy Holidays. Your Executive Team.
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