MAJOR MIDGET AAA PTS AND RELEASE INFORMATION (Brampton Hockey Inc.)

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Major Midget AAA Hockey
Permission To Skate & Release Information

The information below only applies to MAJOR MIDGET AAA

As per Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) Rules and Regulations Brampton Hockey is not permitted to provide OMHA PTS Forms or Releases for the 2018/19 season until on or after August 23rd.

Please click here to review the OHF Major Midget AAA Regulations.

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If you are trying out in Brampton from another OMHA centre, an OMHA PTS must be submitted at the tryouts from your home centre.
For those trying out in Brampton from the GTHL or Alliance, please check your governing body, but in the past both have provided players with Uncontested Releases.

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If you are trying out for an OMHA Midget AAA Team outside of your OMHA Home AAA Centre you will need to obtain an OMHA Major Midget AAA Permission To Skate. If you wish to tryout for a Major Midget AAA team outside of the OMHA you will need to obtain a waiver.

In order to request an OMHA permission to skate form to tryout out at other OMHA centres only,  click here to make that request.

In order to request a waiver, email [email protected] with the following details:

Player's name and DOB
Residential Address
Phone Number
Player or Goalie
Team played for last season
Team signing with this season

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LOR Lake Ontario Region What is the LOR Lake Ontario Region

LOR stands for Lake Ontario Region. The LOR encompasses the whole of the GTHL (Toronto, Markham, Mississauga, and Vaughan) and the OMHA Associations/Centres (Oakville, Brampton, Richmond Hill, Markham, Ajax and Pickering). It has been in existence since the 1997-1998 season, to address the unique geographical area in and around the Greater Toronto Area. If you live within the LOR you are governed by the LOR Regulations. More information about these rules and regulations can be found at http://www.ohf.on.ca/view/ohfmainsite/player-movement/lake-ontario-region.


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