Hockey is back in town


Randy Russon
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September 22, 2020

Across Canada, return to play guidelines are either in place or about to be observed as players in various levels of hockey are back on the ice.

As an example, minor hockey is back in Sault Ste. Marie, at least in the form of organized team sessions that have been slated at various local rinks.

Skill and development sessions are either underway or about to begin as teams have been selected in various age groups in both the Sault Minor Hockey Association and Soo Pee Wee Hockey League.

For now, there is no league play as on ice activity is being restricted to skill and development with no more than one team in a gathering at a given time.

Players Anthony Spironello, Madden Glavota and Ryan Johnson (left to right) of a Sault Major Hockey Association under 13 cohort group receive instruction from coach Frank Porco prior to a recent on ice skills session. (Photo by Allana Plaunt.)

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