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Freedom of Choice Between Hamilton AAA Organizations for the 2019/20 Season - CLARIFICATION UPDATE APRIL 2019
Submitted By Web Admin on Thursday, April 4, 2019
Ontario Hockey Federation, Cambridge, Ont. - Coming into effect for the 2019/20 season players within the boundaries of the Hamilton Huskies (Alliance) and the Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs (OMHA) have freedom of choice between the two Hamilton AAA organizations. 

Click link below to view complete documents, original release and clarifications.

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