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Regular Season Schedule - Almost there...
Submitted By mnichol on Wed 09 21, 16
On the dawn of the morning after the Local League Scheduling meeting we are almost there with a complete schedule.  The remaining games are being auto-filled by the league scheduler currently, and the association will be assigning empty/unused and ice slots marked currently as "all teams" to teams in the coming days....and/or clarify clinics which are "all teams".

The plan for October is to just allow teams to have the extra ices as teams.  However we rely on parents and coaches to make sure those times go to good use.  Keep in mind our association pays more than $150/hour for ice.  Our association recognizes that time spent on ice is paramount for player development and are happy to be able to provide these times over and above the normal weekly times.

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