HNS President Randy Pulsifer Declares Hockey Season Underway in Nova Scotia!
Sep. 14, 2012
HNS President Randy Pulsifer has written a special welcome letter to all of our players, staff and fans for the 2012-2013 season. As we prepare to take on another season, it's important to recognize the team mentality within the entire branch of Hockey Nova Scotia. Good luck this season Everyone, we are looking forward to it being another exciting one and even better than the last!
The 2012-2013 hockey season is officially underway and Hockey Nova Scotia (HNS) wants all Nova Scotians to know, there is no shortage of hockey here.
Throughout Nova Scotia, established and exciting hockey is available ranging from minor hockey to Major Midget and Bantam, Female Midget AAA, Junior A, B and C, Major Junior and both male and female University games.
“Canada’s game will never be locked out in Nova Scotia. We have so many talented players of all ages and sizes, there is hockey in Nova Scotia that will please all types of fans. We hope everyone takes the opportunity that is happening on a sheet of ice right outsider their door,” says Randy Pulsifer, president Hockey Nova Scotia.
Minor hockey registration is underway is all communities across the province , with the newly instituted four year old hockey, males and females from four to 17, at any and all levels of ability, can register to play. For details on opportunities to register visit www.hockeynovascotia.ca and select the “I Want to Play” link.
Regular seasons in Nova Scotia begin as follows:
Junior A – September 13
Junior B – September 14
Junior C – September 29
Major Midget (ages 15-17) – September 14
Major Bantam (ages 13-14) – September 22
Female Midget AAA (ages 15-17) – September 15
AUS University Men’s - October 12
AUS University Women’s – October 13
QMJHL – September 21 *Cape Breton Screaming Eagles host Halifax Mooseheads
HNS encourages everyone to take in some of the live-action hockey available in Nova Scotia. “There is nothing quite like the real thing. We look forward to seeing great hockey and packed arenas this season,” says Pulsifer. For more information on hockey available in Nova Scotia, please contact the HNS office 902-454-9400.