OWHA - All Games, Practices, CANCELLED until Further Notice, News (Waterloo Ravens Girls Minor Hockey Association )

Hockey Canada, as a result of COVID-19 and in support of player and participant safety, has cancelled all Hockey Canada sanctioned activities until further notice, effective Friday, March 13, 2020. This means that ALL Ravens practices, games, try-outs, dry-land and team activities are cancelled until further notice. Tournaments, playoffs, play downs, Championship Weekend, Provincials and the Waterloo Cup are also cancelled.
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OWHA - All Games, Practices, CANCELLED until Further Notice
Submitted By Sandra Hanmer on Thursday, March 12, 2020
Dear Ravens Players, Coaches, and Families,

Hockey Canada and OWHA issued bulletins tonight indicating that effective mid-night tonight all sanctioned hockey activities are CANCELLED until further notice. 

Hockey Canada, as a result of Covid-19, and in support of player and participant safety has 
cancelled all Hockey Canada sanctioned activities, including National Championships until further notice, effective Friday, March 13, 2020.

All OWHA games, practices, tryouts and sanctioned activities have been cancelled until further  notice effective 12:01am on Friday March 13, 2020. The 2020 OWHA provincial championships have been  cancelled. 

League playoffs have been cancelled.

OWHA Sanctioned Tournaments have been cancelled. Exhibition games and practices have been cancelled.

Tryouts are not to take place until such time as approval is posted on the OWHA web site.

The OWHA appreciates the magnitude of this situation and sincerely thanks the many stakeholders for their support as we all work through the logistics of this cancellation. We encourage everyone to keep themselves informed of information available through the various health departments as the medical community works diligently to manage the Coronavirus.

WGMHA has had a group monitoring the COVID-19 situation and will continue to do so until the situation resolves. As we know more details on when hockey activities may resume we will let you know. We are sad to be sharing this season ending news with you, however health and safety of our Ravens players, coaches and families as well as the broader community is of the utmost importance. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me. 

Thank you for your cooperation. 

Sandra 

Sandra Hanmer
President, WGMHA
 
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