Tier 1 Coach Announcement, News (Caledonia Minor Hockey)

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Tier 1 Coach Announcement
Submitted By Arli Adams on Saturday, September 19, 2020
Our Tier 1 Coach selection has been completed.  Due to the OMHA's mandate of no try-outs, we will be completing a draft with the coaches. 

The draft will be completed as has been done in the past for our Local League teams. We will be following the guidelines as outlined in Section G of CDMHA's P&P, as appropriate for the format of this season as well as OMHA's recommendation that players be tiered based on skill and where they played last year.  We have also obtained player evaluations from last year's Rep/AE coaches which will be included in the draft.  Once the Tier 1 team selection has taken place, we will be completing a draft of the Tier 2 teams.  

2020/21 Tier 1 coaches are:  

U9  Geoff Dunnigan & Rich Adams  
U11 Brent Fehrman & Roger Long  
U13 Bryan Edge & Kyle Pickett  
U15 Brian Osborne & Brian McLean  
U18 Andrew Guidolin & Colin Sewell  

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