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Sorochan Law – Seeking Fairness
The league began as the B. North Shore won the provincial championship in the Senior division and the Newton Blazers took the Intermediate title. Within a few, short years the league grew significantly, both at the senior and minor age levels. Two seasons later, a second midget team from Surrey joined the league, which was now at 20 teams.
Professional Hockey Leagues
The removal of bodychecking at the recreational level of minor hockey, beginning in the season, has been well received by the South Delta Minor Hockey Association. Concerns about hockey injuries, in particular concussions, have led to discussions at the national, provincial and regional levels of the sport. In the fall, the Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey Association PCAHA formed a committee to prepare a report and offer resolutions to make the game safer and more appealing to potential new players. It was circulated to members in early December.
The ever-changing youth hockey landscape is poised for another new look in the Lower Mainland for the season — this time icing regional teams for andyear-olds. With the B. The project has been studying the expansion of residential boundaries over the past two seasons, with new programming being offered in the East and West Kootenays, North Central, North East, North West, Okanagan-Mainline and Yukon. The addition of the Lower Mainland leaves Vancouver Island as the lone area of the province not participating. That would equal the number of Lower Mainland teams currently at the Major Midget level.