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Team NOHA Roster Announcement: NOHA and GNU18L Announce Roster for OHL Cup
North Bay, ON – March 22, 2022 – The Northern Ontario Hockey Association (NOHA) in conjunction with the Great North U18 League (GNU18L) is pleased to announce the 19 players (2 goaltenders, 6 defensemen, 11 forwards), born in the year 2006 who have been selected to participate at the OHL Cup to be held from March 30 to April 4, 2022 at the Scotiabank Pond in Mississauga.
“On behalf of the NOHA Board of Directors, I would like to congratulate the 19 Players who were selected to represent the NOHA at the upcoming OHL Cup. The OHL Cup is a premier event for OHL Draft-eligible Players and is a tremendous opportunity for Players in the North.”, said NOHA President Sue Shepherdson.
Results from Team NOHA games at the OHL Cup will be available at www.ohlcup.ca and via Twitter @nohahockey
Team NOHA Roster
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Press Release – NOHA and GNU18L Announce Roster for OHL Cup
We trust that this message finds everyone doing well during these unprecedented times. Many parents and coaches have been reaching out regarding tryouts as well as coaching applications for the upcoming season. First off, we are still trying to finalize team models for 2022/2023 which is delaying the coaching application portal.
Also, OHF has once again mandated Fall tryouts for U9 through to U13, which means that they wouldn’t begin until after Labor Day weekend. Having said that OHF are allowing Spring tryouts (usually held early May) ,for U14 through to U18. We will update you via our website and Facebook as soon as we have more details for you.
Espanola Regional Recreation Complex
April 29, 30 May 1 2022
Players will be guaranteed
1 practice and 4 games
Jersey and socks will be provided
Gatorade, Tape, skate sharpening snacks provided.
Players born 2006-2002
For a registration and permission to skate form.
Players must bring permission to skate form with them
Starting tomorrow, March 1, the Province is making its next round of changes to ease public health measures across Ontario, including removing proof of vaccination requirements and capacity limits in all indoor settings. Those same measures will also be lifted across Arenas and includes operating at full capacity (spectator and participant).
Masks are still required in all facilities when not actively engaged in an activity and must cover nose and mouth and remain on for as long as possible before engaging in their activity and, for spectators, must stay on unless actively eating or drinking.
While we will no longer require proof of vaccination, your Association or Group may choose to maintain these requirements. If that is the case, your Association or Group will be responsible for checking proof of vaccination for your coaches, trainers, volunteers, and participants – City Staff will no longer be at the entrance as screeners.
Furthermore, we continue to ask that no one enters an Arena if they are feeling unwell, are a close contact of a positive Covid case, or have tested positive in the last 5 days prior to a booking or event.
The revised Arena Guidelines are attached – please share with your coaches and parents.
All the best,