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Clarification of Evaluations as per the OHF Return to Play Framework for Season Start
Submitted By Webmaster on Saturday, September 12, 2020
The OHF has provided clarification of evaluations as per the OHF Return to Play Framework for Season Start.

The main objectives associated with player evaluations are:

  • To enable players to move to a higher level of hockey to fill a cohort with like-skilled players.
  • To provide an opportunity for new/move-in players to play within the appropriate Tier i.e. with like-skilled players 

Players may NOT be released to a lower level of hockey (unless requested by the participant). 

As we move through the OHF Return to Play Framework and advance to Stage 4 a reset will take place to adjust team rosters for Traditional Hockey and League Play. 

Part of the OHF Return to Play.

Any questions may be directed to the ALLIANCE Hockey Office

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