Segment # 3 Registration, News (Huron Heat)

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Segment # 3 Registration
Submitted By Admin on Monday, December 7, 2020
Registration for segment # 3 is now open.  Please use the link below to complete the segment # 3 registration as soon as possible.

Segment # 3 will start January 1, 2021 and runs to the end of the season (mid March). 

The fees for segment # 3 are as follow:
     - U7 - $100   
     - U9 - $125   
     - U11, U13, U15 & U18 - $325

Huron Heat Registration Link
 



Note: Any player that is registering for Segment # 3 that did not participate in Segments # 1 or 2 will have an additional charge of $55 added to their segment # 3 fees. This additional charge covers their registration with OWHA/Hockey Canada and insurance for the season. Players that participated in Segments # 1 & 2 have already paid this fee.

Registration for segment # 3 is not considered complete until payment or payment arrangements have been made with the treasurer. The Huron Heat will make every effort to place all registrants on a team but in the unlikely event that all spaces are filled players that have made payment arrangements/payments first will be given priority in placement. Payments can be made by e-transfer to [email protected] or by cheques mailed to:

Huron Heat
PO Box 1651
Clinton   ON
N0M 1L0

Payments can be submitted/sent when you register but they will not be processed until January 1, 2021. That means e-transfers and cheques will not be deposited into the Huron Heat account until this date.

The format of segment # 3 will be similar to segment # 2 with games against other local organizations. The Huron Heat will continue to monitor changes to public health and OWHA policies and will make any adjustments to game and practice formats as required to ensure we are following the recommendations of local and provincial authorities.

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