Oceanside Minor Hockey sets 2016-17 tournament schedule

Eight recreations tournaments scheduled for coming season, including atom development tourney

Oceanside Minor Hockey has released an ambitious tournament schedule for the 2016-17 season, with eight tournaments on tap at Oceanside Place Arena between October and March.

“We have added an atom development tournament, as well as peewee Tier 2 for the first time,” said Shelly Stouffer, OMHA tournament director. “We’re hoping to get enough entries to make them happen this year.”

The schedule includes a female bantam/peewee tournament on Family Day weekend in February and a hockey marathon during spring break next March featuring seven straight days of play, with peewee and atom tournaments and the novice/initiation jamboree.

The early registration deadline has passed, but there is still time for players to register for the upcoming season. Registraton is available online by visiting www.oceansidehockey.com. E-mail       administrator@oceansidehockey.com for more info.

 

2016-17 Oceanside Minor Hockey Tournament Schedule

All tournaments at Oceanside Place Arena

 

Oct. 22-23 — Atom development Fall Face-off (Tier 2-3)

Nov. 11-13 — Midget Remembrance Day tourney

Dec. 19-21 — Peewee Tier 2 Winter Break tourney

Dec. 27-29 — Bantam Winter Break tourney

Feb. 11-13 — Female bantam/peewee Family Day Face-off

Mar. 13-15 — Peewee Spring Break tourney

Mar. 15-17 — Atom Spring Break tourney

Mar. 17-19 — Novice/Initiation Spring Jamboree

— Submitted by OMHA

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