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SEASON UPDATE
Submitted By Martin Jefferson on Friday, April 2, 2021
While we remained hopeful that we would get to complete this crazy 2020-2021 season, yesterdays "Emergency Brake" Provincial Shutdown effective 12:01 am Saturday April 3, 2021 will put an early end to our season.

I would like to take a moment to thank all of our players, parents, board members, coaches and volunteers for all of your hard work and dedication. Despite the ever changing challenges that presented themselves all year long, we managed to deliver arguably the best hockey program in the region.

We will be in touch with additional information shortly.

Stay safe and we will see you all at the rink soon.
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