NCP AAA HOCKEY 2020 / 2021: UPDATE, News (North Central Predators AAA)

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NCP AAA HOCKEY 2020 / 2021: UPDATE
Submitted By Kari Cipolla on Saturday, September 12, 2020
Hello Players and Parents.  
The North Central Predators have been working long and hard to ensure we will provide a great program this year through these crazy times.  Thank you all for being so patient as we wanted to make sure that we had everything in place before announcing our program.  With so many things changing weekly from the OHF and OMHA we all feel that it is now time that we can move forward with our program but things could change when the Government of Ontario and our public health units lift more restrictions to enable our program to be even stronger. Go

 The North Central Predators would like to thank all the staff from Rama First Nation for working closely with the Predators to ensure our players have a place to play this year. There will be many restrictions and protocols that we will follow from the Public Health Unit as well as the procedures to follow from Rama First Nations council. Listed below is the program for NCP until December 23, 2020. September 28 2020-December 23 2020
1) Each team will receive approximately 4 1/2 hours of ice time per week 2) Each team will have one Practice and one skill session per week3) Each team will play a minimum of 1  4 on 4 game per week until this section of the program finishes in December. 4)  We are in the process of trying to arrange our off-Ice workout program with our proud partner Orillia Sports Medicine so further details on this part of program will be communicated at a later date through the Coaches. 

 The North Central Predators executive have unanimously voted and decided to help offset the cost of this program by using some of our reserve funds to keep the cost as low as we can through these difficult times. Registration : Parents will receive an email form to fill out from the Teams coach with instructions on how to register and the payment option. The cost of our program for the dates listed above is $1250.00 per player . 



Thanks again for your support and dedication to the Predators Program. 

North Central Predators Executive 


Go Preds 
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