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2021-22 Statistics

Follow the link below to view the 2021-22 tracking stats on Maltreatment and Discrimation violations as per Playing Rule 11.4

Statement

A statement from the 13 provincial and territorial Hockey Canada Branches

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Open Letter to HEO Members

Please read this open letter from Hockey Eastern Ontario to their members.

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HEO Statement

Statement from HEO on 2022-23 Participant Fees.

Press Release

HEO High Performance AAA programming to undergo a program reset for the 2023-24 season.

Assist Fund

Hockey Canada Foundation is now accpeting applications for its Assist Fund. Check out details at the link below.

First Shift is Back

Follow the link below to read more about hosting and registering for a First Shift program in your Minor Hockey Association.

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Game Incident Reports

During the course of the season, situations will arise where officials are required to report certain incidents that occur before, during, or after a game. Game Incident Reports (GIRs) are generally completed by the referee (in the three-official system) or the official who called the infraction (in the two-official and four-official systems).

Hockey Eastern Ontario requires that officials complete a Game Incident Report within 24 hours of the game any time when one or more of the following situations occur in your game:

  1. Calling of a Misconduct Penalty
  2. Calling of a Game Misconduct Penalty (including Checking from Behind 2+GM)
  3. Calling of any Major Penalty
  4. Calling of a Gross Misconduct
  5. Calling of a Match Penalty
  6. Received a report of discrimination from a league official, a team official, or off-ice official
  7. Unusual Circumstances (Power Outage, rink issues, Safety concerns, etc…)
  8. Situations during the pre-game warm up (Neck Guards, Too many players, etc.)

Game Incident Reporting will be covered in your online and in-person clinics to prepare and assist officials with some specific procedures and guidelines in reporting an incident. Your Referee-in-Chief is also available to assist you with incident reporting should you have any questions or require assistance.


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