OMHA Suspends Hockey Indefinitely, News (Peterborough Minor Petes)

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OMHA Suspends Hockey Indefinitely
Submitted By PMHC on Thursday, March 12, 2020
The OMHA issued the following statement this evening (at 8:00 PM). The season is suspended indefinitely. Notably, the season is not cancelled outright at this time, but there will be no hockey this weekend or until further notice. The suspension includes both games and practices (all hockey activities). We will pass along any and all information received from our OMHA rep as soon as we get it. 

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