OMHA Approves Player Movement Proposal, News (St. Thomas Minor Hockey)

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OMHA Approves Player Movement Proposal
Submitted By Lisa Smith on Wednesday, April 6, 2011
The Ontario Minor Hockey Association [OMHA] is pleased to announce details of the approved motion that will expand player movement.

The motion was approved at the OMHA Special General Meeting held at the Delta Meadowvale Hotel in Mississauga on January 23rd, 2011. Over 350 delegates representing OMHA member associations from across Ontario gathered at the meeting Sunday afternoon to debate and ask questions regarding the player movement motion proposed by the OMHA’s Made for Ontario Committee.

At the close of the meeting OMHA President, Wayne Pries, congratulated the OMHA membership for their part in this very important decision as well as their support of the OMHA’s Made for Ontario Committee. Mr. Pries assured the membership that the Made for Ontario Committee will, moving forward, continue to refine and listen to the concerns of the OMHA membership.

Complete Details of the Approved Player Movement Motion are available by clicking here.

The St. Thomas Minor Hockey Association motioned to "allow travel teams (Minor Pee Wee and above) to select up to 3 Non Resident Players(NRP's) as per the OMHA regulation 3.5 iii). Non Resident Player Selection will be at the Coaches discreation. The acceptance of NRP's will be re-evaluated on a yearly basis."

For details on how NRP can Register for tryouts please visit our Registration Information page.
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