NOHA stops gambling until 2022

“There will be a hiatus for all NOHA-sanctioned games until Monday, January 3, 2022”

The Northern Ontario Hockey Association has chosen to close all sanctioned hockey games until the New Year.

The news broke in a note from NOHA President Sue Bergerson Monday.

“In light of the current environment in the province with respect to COVID-19 and the Omicron variant, the NOHA The Board of Directors has made the decision that as of Tuesday, December 21, 2021, there will be a break for all NOHA sanctioned play until Monday, January 3, 2022,” said Bergerson.

However, the NOHA allows practice with physical distance.

the NOHA notes that with the increase in the number of cases, a number of games have recently been postponed due to COVID-19.

Prior to this announcement, the Algoma and Sudbury District health offices had already banned the games. Meanwhile, the NOHA notes that another northern health unit had recommended that no games between teams from different public health units take place.

“The NOHA The board will continue to monitor the situation and provide necessary updates as we move forward,” added Bergerson.

“We look forward to returning to competition as soon as possible.”

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