2018-19 TNTMHA Program Announcements, News (TNT Tornados Minor Hockey Association)

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2018-19 TNTMHA Program Announcements
Submitted By Webmaster on Tuesday, April 3, 2018
Representative Programming:
Beginning in the 2018-19 season, TNTMHA will be offering AA & A programming at the representative levels. We will also offer Minor Development (MD) programming for Minor Bantam and older if the numbers and interest is there. We will not be offering AE programming.

Tryout information will be posted on our website the first week of April.

Permission to Skate (PTS) Requests:
Information on how to request a PTS for Barrie AAA, along with an online request form, will be posted the first week of April on our website.

Tyke (2011) Players:
Beginning in the 2018-19 season, the 2011 birth year players (TYKE) will move to a modified ice program as per Hockey Canada, OHF and OMHA mandates. TNT will continue with our format of Saturday practices and Sunday games – however, we will be following the mandates set out for us by our governing bodies. We are in the process of creating a development program with our coaches that all teams will follow. More information on the new mandates can be found on the OMHA website (www.omha.net)
As per the mandate, there will be NO Tyke MD in 2018-19 or Rostered Select programs. 2011 players are permitted to attend the Novice AA and Novice A tryouts – you must request permission from the TNT VP Rep Hockey, Chris Beausaert before attending. Information on this will be available on our website the first week of April.

Mites, IP & Tyke HL Programming:
These programs follow the modified ice programming as per Hockey Canada, OHF and OMHA. We are in the process of creating a development model to be used at these levels to follow the new mandates set out for us. Stay tuned for more information – the programs are going to be skills based and focus on development. Mites (2014s) will be Saturday mornings, IP (2013s & 2012s) will be Saturday and Sunday, Tyke (2011s) will be Saturday and Sunday.

Novice, Atom & Peewee HL Programming:
We will continue to offer HL programming and Rostered Select programming at these ages.

Bantam, Minor Midget & Midget LL Programming:
We will continue to offer LL programming for Bantam, Minor Midget and Midget players. Registration for these programs will close August 31, 2018 due to deadlines set by Simcoe Region Local League.

Please continue to watch the website for more information and program updates.
March 27, 2018
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