Novice and Initiation Local League, News, Novice HL 2 (Calder) (Huron Heat)

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Submitted By Scott Meyer on Friday, March 9, 2018
It is with much excitement that we are announcing our newest adventure in girls hockey. The 2018/2019 season will bring with it our first girls local league for players born in 2010/11 (Novice) and players born 2012/13(Initiation).  Our goal is to have multiple teams within the HHFHA that will practice in their local rinks and play games vs each other and possibly teams in the Huron Perth area. We have been in contact with other associations in our area with the hope to create a Huron Perth local league. We believe that the girls will still experience the same amount of competition without the travel. 

         UPDATE - THE SPRING SKATE IS NOW AT 12:00PM ON APRIL 14TH

SIGN UP FOR THE NOVICE/INITIATION SPRING SKATE HERE 
  





See team list below

2010/11 age group

Novice LL Goderich
Novice LL Blyth/Brussels
Novice LL Seaforth/Clinton
Novice LL Hensall/Zurich

2012/13 age group (half ice)


Initiation Goderich
Initiation Seaforth/Clinton
Initiation Blyth/Brussels
Initiation Hensall/Zurich

 

The Huron Heat is dedicated to creating a challenging environment focused on player development for all skill levels. There will still be a Novice B/Rep team for those players who choose to tryout.

 

We will be hosting a spring skate on April 14 at 12:00 pm at the Goderich Memorial Arena. The Novice (2010/11) and Initiation (2012/13) players that would like to take part in our local league are encouraged to come out for a fun skate to meet teammates and coaches. If the parents have any questions there will be Huron Heat representatives on site to assist. 


Goderich Memorial Arena

180 McDonald St.
Goderich, ON N7A 2K5

 

Please take a moment to fill out the spring skate form by Sunday April 8 so we are aware of the number of players that will be attending. There will be no charge for the spring skate

If there any questions please contact [email protected]

 

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