Wednesday, December 23, 2020 23:03

Ontario   2020-2021

Ontario ACH Cancels Season

CAMBRIDGE, Ont. - Allan Cup Hockey (ACH) Commissioner Tom Strauch has announced today that the ACH will not operate this season (2020-21), which is disappointing as the League added the Caledon Crusaders.

“We have decided to pause for the 2020-21 season, but look forward to 2021-22 as we expect to add at least one team and hope Whitby (Dunlops) will rejoin us as well,” said Strauch on Wednesday.

“We pulled out the common sense book and it indicated that for the safety of our athletes and organizations and of course our fans, this was the only move that made sense. With most of the Province of Ontario shut down and most buildings not permitting fans, the Board of Governors has made this difficult decision. Last year we lost the Allan Cup tournament and this year is clearly no picnic either. That said, we are hopeful for the 2021-22 season and hoping to host the World’s oldest National Hockey Championship, the Allan Cup in Hamilton and Dundas in 2022. Stay safe everyone, ” stated ACH Chairman of the Board Don Robertson.



Whitby will not be returning for the 2020-21 season as they take a leave of abscence hoping to regroup
Caledon Crusaders have joined the ACH    League planning on starting up early December




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