April 2012 TNC
Blue Sharks beat TNC White Sharks to win PLC
SPORTS NO BODY CHECKING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS tournament
The TNC Peewee Lightning and Wolverines finish 3rd and 4th
TNC Peewee Hornets win
Burlington Tournament The TNC Peewee Hornets beat in the final the TNC Redhawks to win the Burlington Tournament.
The TNC Bantam Wolverines finish 2nd and the Bantam Sharks finish 3rd with the RedHawks finishing 5th.
WELCOME TO THE NEWEST GAME IN TOWN…
THE TORONTO NON-CONTACT HOCKEY LEAGUE (TNCHL)
TOP LEVEL HOCKEY WITH OUR CHILDREN'S
HEALTH AND WELL-BEING IN MIND
TNC Hockey starts its new season Sep 11, 2010 with 8 teams in 2 divisions!
TNC Hockey NEWS September
Hockey ready to start its new season!
<TNC hockey will
start it's new season with 8 teams in 2 divisions. We know that everyone is
gearing up for the fall season so here's what's up with TNC Hockey:
first session will be Sat. night Sept. 11 at Forest Hill 7-10 p.m. We
will use the ice for skill sessions (run by Eddie) and jersey sizing.
There will also be a few players there who are trying out for the final few
spots in the league. Please note that if you know of any interested players,
they need to contact us first. There are currently 2 spots open in peewee
and 5 open in bantam. Please get the word out! Coaches will be on hand
to meet players, and to help with jersey sizing. We will break the skills
into 4 - 45 minute sessions as follows:
should be contacting their players via e-mail this week. Please note that
there will likely still be some trading/balancing going on. It's important
that everyone keep this in mind, so no one is disappointed in the end. As
much as we are about being competitive, we do want this to be a positive experience
for all of the players.
and see you at the rink next Saturday!
President, TNC Hockey
for the TNC Board of Directors - David Carter-Whitney, Neil Clifford,
Jacqueline Friedland, Joseph Kalenteridis, Doug Mander
Bodychecking a leading cause of injury in youth hockey: study (2009)
"We reviewed nine studies from Canada, nine from the U.S. and two from Finland, and the findings from all but one support recommendations that children should play in non-contact hockey leagues until they are at least at the bantam level", said Alison Macpherson, a professor in the School of Kinesiology and Health Science at York.