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Welcome to the 2021 - 22 Season
Submitted By Marketing on Sunday, October 3, 2021
Welcome to the Oakville Hornets’ 2021-2022 season. Whether you are a returning player or joining the Hornets as a rookie this season, we’re excited to have you as part of the Hornets family.

This season is extra special as it’s the 25th Anniversary of the Oakville Hornets Girls Hockey Association (OHGHA). We look forward to celebrating our anniversary with our past and present members at events throughout the season including an open skate, dinner/dance and lots more. Stay tuned for more information on these events and more.

There are several initiatives we have put in place this season to continue our mission of developing and fostering the growth of girls hockey at the community level including: a development program for U7-U9, a goalie development program, re-introduction of our DS program to prepare our players for our competitive rep program, and lots more.

We will host three annual tournaments: Best of the Nest (Nov 12th – 14th); Harvest Classic (Dec 17th – 19th), the
largest Rep tournament in the country; and Survive the Hive (Feb 25th – 27th)! All three tournaments attract teams from all over Ontario offering an opportunity for our players to compete against new teams and meet other players who share the same passion for hockey. We will also host a
U7 Festival day, our Oakville Hornets House League Championship day and the Queen of the Hearts House League Championships.



The OHGHA’s success is attributable to its hundreds of volunteers who ensure that the organization runs smoothly. If
you are interested in volunteering, please contact Alison, our Director of Volunteers
at 
[email protected].

Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook (
https://www.facebook.com/OakvilleHornets/), Instagram or Twitter
(
@OakvilleHornets).

See you at the rinks!

Mike Turczyniak
Oakville Hornets President

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