Minor hockey still up in the air

Players will be seeing a lot less ice time at the GPA this year. (Photo by Josh Giles)

By Josh Giles Writer Around this time, in any normal year, both the Six Nations Minor Hockey Association (SNMHA) and the Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) would get the puck rolling on the upcoming season. That would include tryouts, schedules, organization and figuring out who plays and coaches and where. Unfortunately, this is not any regular hockey season. With Six Nations still in stage 2, and the Gaylord Powless Arena recreation being used for other purposes, it looks like it will be a little while before hockey can be played at Six Nations. According to SNMHA Vice President Dennis MacDonald, they won’t put a plan in place until things can move forward in the community. “We haven’t heard when or if Six Nations Public Health (SNPH) is moving the reserve…

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