Official End to the 2020/2021 Season, News (Oshawa Church Hockey League)

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Official End to the 2020/2021 Season
Submitted By Patrick Durack on Friday, March 26, 2021
The Executive and Board of the OCHL have made the decision to end the 2020/2021 hockey season. Our hope was that we would return in the Orange Zone and finish the season, but that has not been the case. 

As a reminder, the season was organized into 4 phases based on the Hockey Canada/Ontario Hockey Federation/Ontario Minor Hockey Association return to play framework.  Payments were to be made at the start of each phase with a one-time registration fee applied at the time of registration.

For those still owing money for Phase 1 or 2, please reach out to the treasurer to update your account ([email protected])

Because Phase 2 was not completed, we are offering 2 solutions to our players whose accounts are up to date:

1)         Receive a refund for the % of phase 2 left incomplete

2)         Transfer the phase 2 balance into the 2021-22 season

Please reach out to the treasurer to discuss your options.  He will validate your payment and facilitate the refund or balance carry-over to next season.   Refunds will not be provided to players who missed ice times within our active phases.

At this point in time, we would like to thank all the players, coaches, trainers, officials and volunteers for your patience and assistance in getting through this past year and hope to see you all next season.

The Executive and Board have turned our focus to the 2021/2022 season and look forward to announcing new and improved programming for new and returning players.

Please visit our website (www.ochl.net) or Facebook page to stay up to date on our plans for the 2021/2022 season.

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