New LSMHA Game Information, News (Lambton Shores Minor Hockey)

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New LSMHA Game Information
Submitted By Matt Redmond on Tuesday, October 27, 2020
Players have been placed in new squads for this Sunday’s Intrasquad games.  U6 players have been re-organized into groups.  For more info,

Now that the season has started we have been in discussions with other centers in our public health area (East Lambton, Petrolia, Mooretown and Point Edward) regarding playing games. The Lambton Public Health Unit has advised it is unlikely they will allow us to play against other centers before January 1st, 2021. Therefore, we are proceeding to start the season in house. 


We have decided to do the following:

**In our U6 division, the players have been reshuffled into three evenly-skilled groups.  Be sure to click on the U6 groups to see what group your child is in.     

***In our Atom division (containing our Major Novices), Groups 3 and 4 will be combined to form four evenly-skilled squads to play each other. Groups 1 and 2 will also form four evenly-skilled squads to play each other. 

****In Peewee, Bantam and Midget, Groups 1 and 2 will be combined in each division to form four evenly-skilled squads. 

Since we don’t have enough goalies in each division to place one on each team we are allowing goalies to play for more than one team so that hopefully we will have 2 goalies at every game. 


These squads are tentative and players can and will be moved around between teams if necessary. 

Practices will remain unchanged, you will continue to practice with whatever group you are with now. 


To find out what squad your child is on, click on the current group they are skating in.  

 

John Van Gorp

President

Lambton Shores Minor Hockey



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