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News: April State Of The League

First off, congratulations to the Rhinos for winning the 2017/18 NCHL Championship.  I think that the finals night turned out really great.  I hope all who joined us had a good time.  A special thank you to ATG for the music, score keeping and sweet announcing in three out of the four games.  All the players loved it and appreciated it.  Also a huge thank you to Derek Johnstone for bringing out his camera gear and showing all the games on NIC 1 in the beer garden.

The AGM is slated for 7:00PM, Monday, May 14 at the Beban Centre.  Come out, have your say, support your league.  We will be looking for a few board position openings.  If you are an accountant or a book keeper we are especially in need of a Treasurer.  If you are interested or have questions email me(nchlpres@gmail.com) or any board member.

We have a New Player Evaluation 8:15PM, Monday April 30 at Cliff McNabb Arena.  All teams must have a representative present.  The more evaluators that we have, the better.

 Kyle Hains

NCHL President 


News: New Player Evaluation

The Nanaimo Casual Hockey League is holding a New Player Evaluation for players wishing to join the league on Monday April 30, 8:15pm at Cliff McNabb Arena.
If you are a signed up new player, check your email.  If you haven't received an email, email Kevin at nchlvp@gmail.com.

One representative from every team will be expected to be present for evaluating.  But we hope more roster players will make it out. 


News: Nina Bukovac Photography Pic Of the Week

Nina's weekly photo.  Check her out on FB for more pics.  If you would like to arrange a team photo you can contact Nina at info@ninabukovacphotography.com or on her website at 
http://www.leaguephotographer.com/



News: Helmet guidelines

An official is not going to make sure you're helmet/visor/mask is approved.  That is up to you to determine how important your head and face are to you.
But an official may ask you to leave the ice because of;
     -chin strap is missing/undone.  Even if a full cage is attached.  This is a CARHA rule and warm up is included.
     -visor/cage/mask isn't secured properly.  One of the two straps holding on the cage is not considered proper.
     -or anything else the official notices that he believes to be unsafe. 

ATTENTION GOALIES:  Wearing an uncertified cateye cage is legal in our league, but is at the risk of the person wearing it.  Any injuring caused by the enlarged eye holes will not be insured or covered in any way.

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Upcoming Events
New Player Evaluation
@ McNabb
Mon Apr 30, 8:15 PM
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Annual General Meeting
@ Beban Centre
Mon May 14, 7:00 PM
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