Saskatchewan hockey is moving ahead with return-to-play guidelines and models for next season in response to the ongoing COVID pandemic. Hockey Canada has directed its 13 member associations to work with authorities in their respective regions to determine when it is safe to return to the ice in areas that fall under their jurisdiction. Hockey came to a screeching halt back in mid-March. For the Saskatchewan Hockey Association, that means putting together different guidelines and restrictions in place for consideration when it comes to the Re-Open Saskatchewan plan. Health Authority wants to impose over and above that.
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The process will start this month with an online ranking of each of the age-appropriate players. The due date for these rankings will be early February. After these online rankings are compiled by the web tool software in a weighted average verses the number of votes a player receives the AHAI Player Development Committee conducts a Web Tool Ranking Evaluation Meeting. This meeting will be held in February and will be broken into four different groups, for the four eligible birth years. The invitation goes out to 36 forwards, 24 defensemen and 8 goalies within each of the eligible birth years. After these invited players are selected, this committee then moves on at this same meeting to choose the alternate players, by birth year, by position and assign them in a ranked order of who gets presented with the opportunity to participate if an invited player can't attend. All players are judged fairly on only their on-ice skills and effort shown during this this Player Development Camp.
The Bozeman Amateur Hockey Association is a nonprofit service organization whose mission is to provide facilities and programs for the development of quality, affordable and disciplined competitive and recreational hockey. Legends of Hockey Senior Tournament - March 26thth. For more than 30 years, BAHA has been providing quality, affordable youth and adult hockey programs to the community of Bozeman and beyond.
AAAHA's Covid Response Committee is here to help the local authorities and rink staff with any contact tracing or information they may need from our Association. The hotline is open seven days a week from am to pm. Due to the unusual circumstances surrounding the Covid pandemic, the AAAHA has decided not to increase the registration fee in July as we have in years past.