Return to Hockey – September FAQ

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IN SUMMARY OWHA has approved return to play for competitive teams and we are working with facilities and the association to establish safe return practices Player safety is our top priority and we will be communicating what player and families can expect in the weeks to come FAQs U11 (Atom) Competitive Return to Play See separate post here regarding U11. …

Kim McCullough appointed Head of Hockey Operations for TLGHA

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We are proud to announce Kim McCullough has been appointed Head of Hockey Operations for the Toronto Leaside Girls Hockey Association. Kim emerged from a field of ten candidates that included a number of Olympians, gold medalists, Clarkson Cup winners, and coaches with National Team and varsity experience. Kim brings 15+ years of player, team & coach development experience to …

2020 AGM by Zoom Webcast

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NOTICE FOR THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE TORONTO LEASIDE GIRLS HOCKEY ASSOCIATION Dear Members, Notice is hereby given to all members that the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM) of TORONTO LEASIDE GIRLS HOCKEY ASSOCIATION will be held on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2020 AT 7:00PM by Zoom Webcast, to conduct the following businesses: AGENDA Welcome address from the President Confirm and …

U11 (Atom) Competitive Return to Play

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As we move toward a safe return to sport, we would like to update on our planned next steps for the U11 (Atom) Competitive pathway forward. In the second half of September (probably September 13th, after families have had a week at school) we will be offering skill sessions and evaluative skates for all girls hoping to play on our …

Return to Hockey

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After a five-month layoff, the OWHA has sanctioned the return to hockey. Practices are now permitted, although there will be no gameplay for the foreseeable future. The TLGHA will follow strict guidelines in adherence to government, OWHA, as well as individual arena rules. Health and safety is the highest priority Competitive players should check with their respective coaches concerning these …

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Grindstone Award Foundation

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Hello! The Grindstone Award Foundation wants to ensure that young female hockey players have access to our grant funding across the nation. Grindstone Award Foundation Grant Applications are open to young females (19 years of age and under) who wish to play hockey but may not have the financial means to do so. The application period is open until July …

Health and Safety, Coronavirus

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Hockey Canada and OWHA Return to Hockey Statements (June 7, 2020) On June 4, Hockey Canada released guidelines, or a set of best practices, for return to hockey. First and foremost, these guidelines work in conjunction with the various health agencies across the country; for us, these means Ontario and Toronto Public Health and their respective frameworks for recovery. Second, …

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2020 March Madness Raffle Winners

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Congratulations to our 2020 Tournament Raffle Winners! Robin Emery – Cuisinart Coffee Maker Liv Friedman – SodaStream ‘Fizzi’ Lori Thomson – Team Canada Hockey Jersey Anna Gage – Spikeball Set & 2 SkyZone Passes Kate Dunn – Google Smart Home Assistant Evelyn White – Echo Dot Smart Home Assistant and Hockey Pillow Case Abbie Backstein – $100 GC to any …

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Seeking Hockey Operations Program Director

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The Toronto Leaside Wildcats are recruiting for a lead for our planning Hockey Operations Program. The program will establish a framework to enhance our coaching, programming, and skill development. Candidates should be passionate about women’s hockey, educating, and mentoring the best base of players and coaches in the sport. If interested, please contact president@torontoleasidewildcats.ca

2020 Tournament Notice

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Out of caution and to protect the health of players and families, we are announcing the cancellation of our annual March tournament. This decision was not an easy one for our Association. We have been relying on daily information from various public health officials, including the OWHA, Health Canada and the Ontario Ministry of Health, and Toronto Health. As you …