2019 -20 Novice & Minor Novice Programming, News (Stirling Blues)

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2019 -20 Novice & Minor Novice Programming
Submitted By Adam Gordon on Monday, June 10, 2019

There are some big changes coming this year for Canadian minor hockey, and SDMHA is committed to ensuring that we continue to provide a high quality program within the new guidelines for Novice and below. 

It's important to remember that these changes are being implemented across Canada as part of the Long-Term Player Development Model that Hockey Canada has developed, and that there are many benefits to small area hockey (particularly at the younger ages).

We have added a Novice and Below menu to the Stirling Blues website where you can read up on the changes, as well as SDMHA's program outline.

SDMHA Programming Outline can be viewed by clicking here


Click here to see the Benefits of Half-Ice Games as outlined by Hockey Canada.

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