U7 (Initiation), U9 (Novice) and U11 (Atom) Player Pathway Implementation for 2020-2021, News (North London Nationals Hockey)

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U7 (Initiation), U9 (Novice) and U11 (Atom) Player Pathway Implementation for 2020-2021
Submitted By Matt Biderman on Wednesday, February 5, 2020
Effective for the 2020-2021 season, Hockey Canada's minor hockey associations, including those in the Ontario Hockey Federation’s Member Partners - OMHA, ALLIANCE, GTHL, NOHA and the OWHA - will be following the U7 (IP), U9 (Novice) and U11 (Atom) Player Pathways.

With the implementation of the U11 (Atom) Player Pathway in the 2020-2021 season, key changes have been made to the Player Pathways at U7 (Initiation) and U9 (Novice). This will create consistency in all programming across the country and a seamless transition for players from U7 (Initiation) through to U11 (Atom) based on the Long Term Player Development model.

The Player Pathways provide local minor hockey associations a framework of age appropriate development guidelines which includes an optimal seasonal structure.

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