OMHA Announces Program Changes Effect 2015-16 Season, News (Oro Thunder Minor Hockey)

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OMHA Announces Program Changes Effect 2015-16 Season
Submitted By gheatherington on Saturday, March 14, 2015
On February 27, Associations were advised that the OMHA will be removing Body Checking from all Recreational Hockey Programs at the Bantam, Midget and Juvenile Levels. This will impact all Teams at the Local League Level. Body Checking will remain at the competitive Rep Hockey Levels, for Divisions Bantam and above.  

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