Ice times have been posted!, News (Grand Valley Minor Hockey)

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Sep 26, 2016 | christinetaylor | 910 views
Ice times have been posted!
We are just over a week away from our first skate!  The ice schedule has now been posted on the GVDMH website and can be found here:

Please keep an eye on the calendar as any changes to ice times and scheduling will be posted here. 

You can also "subscribe" to your team's calendar and have it link to your smart phone calendar to keep up to date. Game scheduling will be posted after October 2nd on the calendar.  

Please note that for the first half of the season Mites will practice on Saturdays, after Christmas the Mite team will gain a second ice time proposed for Monday evenings at 6:30pm when our skills programs are completed. 

This year we will have 2 Atom teams and 2 Tyke teams, you will notice on the calendar that these teams will share ice time for the first few skates.  During these shared ice times players will be evaluated based on their on ice skill and ability.  The goal of the organization is to create 2 equally balanced Atom and Tyke level teams in order to provide the best hockey development and player experience for the upcoming season.

An email was recently sent out to families with players who are new to the GVDMH organization requesting that you complete the Respect in Sport Parent program.  This program MUST be completed before your player is able to participate in on ice activities.  Please make sure that you complete this and notify the organization (via email at [email protected]) in time for your players first ice time.

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