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Hockey Canada Non-Sanctioned Hockey Policy
Submitted By Amanda Madere on Saturday, November 28, 2020
Please note the following important information from Alliance Hockey in regard to non-sanctioned hockey events:

With the recent announcement from the GTHL suspending operations until January 1, 2021 there has been an influx of Non-Sanctioned teams, leagues and tournaments requesting or inviting Alliance Hockey teams and individuals to participate.Many individual GTHL teams may be asking for exhibition games which given the recent announcement are considered Non-Sanctioned therefore participation against these teams will result in application of the Hockey Canada Non-Sanctioned Policy.

Teams that are not sanctioned are not part of the OHF Return to Play Framework in participating in leagues of 50 and therefore putting Alliance Hockey Teams at risk.

3. CONSEQUENCES OF SUPPORTING OR PARTICIPATING IN A NON-SANCTIONED LEAGUE

3.1 The OHF will implement the Hockey Canada Non-Sanctioned League Policy and in addition has strengthened the application of that policy as set out below.

3.2 Any individual who Participates in a Non-Sanctioned League, or any minor hockey association which supports such a League, is subject to the following consequences:

3.2.1 Any individual who Participates in a Non-Sanctioned League after the Cut-Off Date will lose all privileges with the Ontario Hockey Federation for the remainder of that season, and, subject to paragraph (3) below, may only apply for the reinstatement of those privileges after the end of that season.

3.2.2 The OHF and its Members across the OHF will make every effort to ensure that local minor hockey associations in areas where Non- Sanctioned Leagues exist are not supporting these Leagues in any manner whatsoever.

The complete document on the Hockey Canada Non-Sanctioned League Policy

https://www.ohf.on.ca/media/o2zj5kjr/ohf-unsanctioned-league-policy.pdf 
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