Teams are permitted to protect a maximum of 25 players at a date determined by the President, in advance of the annual draft. This list must include all age eligible players returning to the team, plus any acquired players currently on their 30 man list. Players on the team sixteen year old list must be ported to the 25 man list or released outright and thereby become eligible for the draft. Players on the team fifteen year old list are ported to the sixteen year old list. Players on A cards must clear waivers prior to being deleted from the 25 man list prior to the draft.
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This is intended to show you where our association fits in the pyramid up through the levels to Hockey Canada. Hockey Canada is divided into 13 branches. Some of their responsibilities include the management of the officiating program, development programs including Speak Out - for bench staff , as well as other administrative responsibilities. The ODHA has a full time administrative staff.
Canadian Junior B Hockey
The Minor Management Committee met just two or three times a year to resolve disciplinary problems and set the playdown format for the Bantam, Midget and Juvenile divisions. But the playdowns created more problems than usual and three members of the committee argued that minor hockey would run far more efficiently if the committee met more frequently. The ideal committee, they said, would consist of volunteeers from within the minor hockey community, with one member from the ODHA executive. The committee also wanted a voice on the executive, and suggested a minor committee member be given a seat with full voting privileges. That spring and summer, Don Parisien, Paul Leduc and Dalton Gadbois travelled eastern Ontario, stopping in such towns as Stittsville, Long Sault and Morrisburg and, much like a federal commission, held local meetings with minor hockey associations to gather ideas and support for a new committee.
Minor hockey is an umbrella term for amateur ice hockey which is played below the junior age level. Players are classified by age, with each age group playing in its own league. The rules, especially as it relates to body contact, vary from class to class. In North America , the rules are governed by the national bodies, Hockey Canada and USA Hockey , while local hockey associations administer players and leagues for their region. Many provinces and states organize regional and provincial championship tournaments, and the highest age groups in Canada and USA also participate in national championships.