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Information for this 2020-2021 Hockey Season
Submitted By Shannon Payne on Sunday, September 6, 2020
What is St Thomas Panthers Girls Hockey going to look like this 2020-2021 Season???

OWHA protocols are now updated, things continue to change rapidly and often, so please be prepared to be flexible and open minded during this season.

The first stage which we are currently focusing on will be for the first few weeks of the season. The main focus will be getting the girls skating again and focusing on development.

There will be no tryouts at this point in time. The players will be placed in various groups of similar skill level. 

The registration fees will be set for the first stage only at this time. The fees will be based on the number of ice times, insurance, and administration fee. The remaining fees will be shared in the coming weeks as the ice schedule gets finalized.

Please check our website periodically for our start date.

As of now, we have opened registration. There is a new registration program that OWHA has set up for all associations. The initial registration requires you to set up player and family profiles, but it will make things much easier down the road.

If you have registered your daughter on our website that registration was preliminary to get an idea on numbers of participants. Please register through RAMP, our new registration provider, as soon as possible. Coaches will be grouping players very soon. 
Go to to create an account.

We look forward to seeing the girls back on the ice.

For more information go to..

If you have any questions please contact [email protected] or [email protected]

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