Novice Program 19-20 (Stratford Aces Girls Hockey)

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Hockey Canada and the Ontario Women’s Hockey Association, have set new guidelines for Novice programming which will begin next season. All Sanctioned Hockey Associations, both Girls and Boys, must follow these guidelines.

The Stratford Girls Hockey Association is pleased to offer the Novice Development Program for the 2019-20 Season.
Following the Hockey Canada model, practice ice will be split into half ice. The purpose is to introduce the basic skills of the game, and make a child’s first introduction to the game one that is safe, enjoyable, and fun.

This is a great opportunity for novice age girls to play with girls only with minimal travel. Due to OWHA regulations this program is for 7 and 8 year olds only (2011 and 2012). Underage players are not permitted.

The cost for this new program is $450. That said, as this is the first year for the program, the Ace's organization would like to encourage new players to join and will provide each player with a $50 signing bonus discount if registering for spring tryouts. To register for spring tryouts please see our Tryout page at Tryout Information

Policy Overview

Eight-and-under games will be played half-ice (modified ice) from October to December and may transition to full ice from January to April.
Use September as a development month – no games, just practices.
 Play a limited half-ice game schedule from October to December.
 Use January as a development month, helping transition kids to full ice.
 Play a full-ice game schedule from January to April.

For the mixed age group players seven years old will repeat the programming as an eight-year-old.

More information from the OWHA can be found on our page OWHA Novice program information

Any questions or concerns please contact Sean Cameron at [email protected]
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