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Skills Sessions Start Date Postponed
Submitted By Amanda Madere on Saturday, February 20, 2021
Sarnia Hockey Recreational Skill Sessions - #raisethebarREGISTRATION TO REMAIN OPEN!


Parents, Players & Coaches,Due to the recent announcement that Sarnia-Lambton will move to RED COVID-19 FRAMEWORK in Ontario on Feb 22/2021 we have decided to postpone our start date for all Recreational Hockey.  By pushing our schedule back this allows Sarnia Hockey’s plan for recreational skill sessions to remain intact, maintain the same price and avoid logistical challenges that would have a negative impact on the overall program. 

 Sarnia Hockey does not believe that it’s in the best interest of our recreational participants to pay more for less due to the restrictions imposed by the Province of Ontario.Sarnia Hockey is now planning to start our #raisethebar skill sessions the week of MARCH 8/2021 and run for 4 consecutive weeks until approximately April 4/2021

If Sarnia-Lambton does not move to ORANGE, YELLOW, or GREEN by Tuesday MARCH 9/2021 we feel that it will be best to cease recreational operations for the 20/21 season.  We know everyone is looking forward to meeting their friends on local ball diamonds, soccer pitches and basketball courts this spring.  More details will be announced as information comes available the first week of MARCH 2021.  

As stated above, registration will remain open until FEB 28/2021.  Most of our planned sessions are filled to capacity, but there are positions remaining and the waitlist will remain open.  We will make every effort to expand our sessions based on demand and find every registrant a position with our program.

We appreciate your understanding and patience while we navigate these barriers.  Please continue to watch our website for updates and additional information.  All participants that have registered or been placed on the waitlist will receive updates via email

Kind Regards,


SHA Executive & Board of Directors

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