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Regular Seasons Schedule Revisions
Submitted By mnichol on Sat 09 17, 16
Hi All, as we get closer to the start of regular season ice (which for SWMH starts after ice goes in after the Glencoe Fair) and we are getting clearer pitcher of teams...we are making final tweaks to schedules and ice times.


This morning we made some changes to our preliminary plans.  For those who have been looking ahead, or for those that haven't yet....the schedule on the website currently after the week of Oct 8 should be what the association will go with moving forward.

The only further impact may be at the Midget level depending on what happens with team  there, but that would only be ice in addition to what is shown, not changing things.

Can't wait for regular season to start and see all the bullets on the ice.

Keep your stick on the ice.  Millar - Ice Convener
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