LOCATIONS:
WINTER CAMP AND FAM JAM TOURNEY
BALTIMORE COMMUNITY CENTRE
 23 Community Centre Rd
Baltimore, Ontario
4 ON 4 SPRING LEAGUE HELD AT
COBOURG COMMUNITY CENTRE
750 D'Arcy Street Cobourg, Ontario

© 2017  by Adam Hirani

ALL  GAMES HELD AT COBOURG COMMUNITY CENTRE

PLEASE NOTE OUR PHILOSOPHY BELOW

DATES AND TIMES: Games will all be on Sundays April 5th - June 28th

NO GAMES SUNDAY MAY 24th

TYKE (2015-2013): 8am/9am

NOVICE (2012-2011): 10am/11am

ATOM (2010-2009): 12pm/1pm

PEEWEE (2008-2007): 2pm/3pm 1st game 3pm/4pm

BAN/MIDGET (2006-2003): 4pm/5pm 1st game 5pm/6pm

WHAT TO EXPECT THIS SEASON: Divisions will be as follows

TYKE (2015-2013) 4 Teams each with up to 15 players 1 goalie  (5 0n 5 format)   $250

NOVICE (2012-2011) 4 Teams each with up to 12 players 1 goalie    $300

ATOM (2010-2009) 4 Teams each with up to 12 players 1 goalie    $300

PEEWEE (2008-2007) 4 Teams each with up to 12 players 1 goalie    $300

BAN/MIDGET (2006-2003) 4 Teams each with up to 12 players 1 goalie   $300

1 ADDITIONAL GAME FOR A TOTAL 12 GAMES

Any movement to another division will be considered on a case by case basis. Any decision will be made solely at our discretion and our decision will be based on numbers in divisions affected/skill level/skill level of any teammate requests etc. AAA players in their major year may be asked to move up into the higher division.

PLEASE NOTE!!!!! Only 1 RECIPROCAL REQUEST for teammate will be considered as we do our very best to ensure balanced teams.  A separate player request form will be the only way we will consider player requests and both families will be expected to fill out required info as to ensure we are not piggybacking players.

OUR 4 ON 4 PHILOSOPHY

Our Philosophy is quite simple

This should be a grassroots developmental style hockey where each player is valued equally and is

encouraged to work hard, challenge their boundaries, and BE CREATIVE!!!!!!

This is why we have many players who continue to come back, year after year.

In their regular seasons, players often have specific roles with strict expectations but in our league,

they can still compete hard while exploring their game sense and teamwork.

With less players comes more ice which helps develop skating, puck handling, passing, shooting,

and most certainly conditioning. But there is more than just the development of these physical skills.

Because we encourage all levels, as well as integrate boys and girls, we take great steps to ensure balanced teams.

With varied skill sets our players can expect to learn honest leadership, humble sportsmanship, and selfless teamwork.

Our games  will be fun and our players will feel free to explore the whole hockey experience.