Important! - Another COVID-19 update from the OWHA


Nov. 06, 2020

Falcons,

As promised, there is a further update from the OWHA tonight.   2020 is a weird year...and things are changing quickly.   This time, the change only took 5 hours.   Just before 10, the OWHA alerted us that the Ontario Government responded and games CAN be played for those jurisdictions in Green, Yellow and Orange.  This means that hockey is back!  We are doing our best to undo the cancellations that were happening between 5 and 10 tonight.  The message from the OWHA is below.  

Change is frustrating - and the 2020 experience reminds us that things can change and evolve quickly.   This change is good, so let’s celebrate it - and play some hockey!

Stay safe! 

FGHA Board of Directors

 

IMPORTANT UPDATE:

The e-laws have just been posted:

https://www.ontario.ca/laws/regulation/r20642

As a result of these documents, please be advised that teams in Prevent (Green), Protect (yellow) and Restrict (orange) may play modified 3 on 3 and 4 on 4 hockey within the OWHA protocols, Return to Hockey and modified rules.

Teams in Control (red) may not scrimmage or play modified games either in or outside their area. Peel and Toronto are currently in red.

We will be working to update our materials with this new information. We thank you for your contributions and hope you enjoy the weekend.

Kind Regards,

Ontario Women’s Hockey Association

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