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HOCKEY NOVA SCOTIA’S TODD ROBINSON NAMED REFEREE-IN-CHIEF OF HOCKEY CANADA
Jan. 19, 2017

HOCKEY NOVA SCOTIA’S TODD ROBINSON NAMED REFEREE-IN-CHIEF OF HOCKEY CANADA

Michael MacDonald replaces Robinson as Hockey Nova Scotia officiating lead


DARTMOUTH –
A long-time Hockey Nova Scotia officiating volunteer is off to join the national ranks.

Todd Robinson, Hockey Nova Scotia’s Referee-in-Chief, has been appointed to the position of Referee-in-Chief with Hockey Canada. Robinson has held the post with the provincial branch in Nova Scotia since 2011.

Robinson’s new role with Hockey Canada will be focused on working with the provincial branches and Hockey Canada’s partners across the country to administer and develop the Hockey Canada Officiating Program, the program which governs all on-ice officiating in games played under the jurisdiction of Hockey Canada.


(PHOTO: Todd Robinson)

“Todd has been a tireless volunteer who has worked diligently and given up countless hours of his time to help develop young officials in Nova Scotia,” said Garth Isenor, Hockey Nova Scotia president. “We wish Todd all the best as he continues his work with the national governing body.”

Replacing Robinson as the new Referee-in-Chief of Hockey Nova Scotia is Michael MacDonald. MacDonald, the former Referee-in-Chief of the Halifax Hawks Minor Hockey Association, has been an active member within the Hockey Nova Scotia Officiating Program for more than two decades. 

“We would like to welcome Michael as he begins his new role with our branch and we look forward to working with him to improve and foster the officiating program in this province,” Isenor said.

Robinson assumed his new position with the national branch earlier this month while MacDonald was appointed to Hockey Nova Scotia’s Referee-in-Chief post this week. 




 
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