DRAFT PROCESS CLARIFICATION, News (Sault Major Hockey)

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DRAFT PROCESS CLARIFICATION
Submitted By Angel Barbisan on Friday, September 8, 2017
There have been some confusion regarding the draft process and the association is offering some points of clarification.

Players may start at whatever level they wish when registering.  Players wanting to play at lower divisions are not required to attend draft games at the higher levels.  For example, if a player wishes to play Bantam A, B or Midget B , they are not required to attend the Bantam AA or Midget AA/A draft games. 

 

Should a player wish to not be included in the Bantam AA or Midget AA/A draft they must notify the registrar at [email protected] so that the player name can be removed from the list. This needs to be done prior to the draft day for each division.

 

In the Bantam AA and Midget AA/A divisions, split teams will be posted after the draft teams have played their 2 games.  All players for these divisions are eligible to be drafted regardless of whether they were on the split teams.

 

Any questions may be forwarded to [email protected]

 

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