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Register for 2020 PMHC Skills and Powerskating Sessions
Submitted By PMHC on Wednesday, July 22, 2020
Hello PMHC Families,

We hope you are all doing well in these unprecedented times. 

This year’s hockey season will be different. Our priority is to follow the COVID-19 rules set out by Hockey Canada, OHF, and local health authorities to keep our families safe while enjoying our great sport.

Currently we have our skills and power skating sessions ready to begin the week of August 24, 2020 for a two-week period.

For insurance reasons, these sessions are available only to players that were rostered on our 2019-20 AAA Petes teams. The schedule is similar to past years with power skating with Ashlea Jones on Monday and Friday, along with skills sessions throughout the week. 

PMHC has a new dedicated COVID-19 committee who have spent many hours preparing for these on-ice sessions. Strict guidelines will be followed by players and parents to insure safety to all. Further information will be sent on exact protocols and procedures when attending the rink for on ice sessions.

In previous years, the PMHC tournament funds, combined with registration funds and fundraising, covered the cost for these on-ice sessions however, without this income that will not be the case this year. We would like all interested players to register without payment at the link below, prior to August 4 2020. This will give us a better indication so that we can provide the fee to be paid per player for the two weeks of ice time. We estimate this cost to be approximately $250.00 per player for the two weeks however, we will get the exact cost to each family as soon as possible once registrations are in. 

We appreciate your patience and look forward to getting our athletes back on the ice in a safe and organized manner.

2020 Skills and Powerskating Registration
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