Simcoe Region Local League




We as the Ontario Hockey Federation support the Hockey Canada Statement quoted below. As such, all Minor Hockey, Junior Hockey and Women's Hockey, including the OHF and Regional Championships and subsequent Hockey Canada sanctioned functions (year-end banquet, etc.) are suspended for the remainder of the season.


Further information will follow as it becomes available.








CALGARY, Alta. – The following is a statement on behalf of Hockey Canada from Tom Renney, chief executive officer, and Scott Smith, president and chief operating officer, on the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.


“Without question, this is an unprecedented period of difficulty for the sports world. The health and safety of all participants in sport, including players, coaches, staff, officials, fans, family, volunteers and the general public, is of the utmost importance to Hockey Canada.


After much consultation with the Hockey Canada membership, our chief medical officer and public health officials, the Hockey Canada Board of Directors has made the decision to cancel all Hockey Canada-sanctioned activities, including our national championships, until further notice, effective Friday, March 13, 2020.


We recognize the tremendous effort that has been put forth all year by individuals across the country as they participate in Canada’s game. Although it is difficult to process the hockey season ending abruptly, we feel this is the best course of action in order to do our part in keeping our country safe.”

More information to follow...

Welcome to the 2019-2020 Simcoe Region Local League season.

Local League Hockey is House League Recreational Hockey for small centres.

The Simcoe Region Local League and all 10 organizations are looking to start a Juvenile (U21) division.
SEASON:         2020/2021
START:           Approximately November 2020.
GAMES:          18 Regular season, to be followed by playoffs.
PERIODS:       10-15-15
REF'S:             3 man system
NIGHTS:          TBD for each centre, but looking at Fridays and Sundays.
TIMES:             TBD
COSTS:            Approximately $400.00 per season.
If you are interested please contact the SRLL delegate for your centre or contact Rob Figliano (LeFroy Delegate) for more information.


2019/20 Gamesheets
All organizations are to use the electronic gamesheets for the 2019/20 season.

For access to Electronic gamesheets please visit link below for team officials

The 2019/20 season scheduling meeting is set for Sunday September 22nd at the Bradford and District Community Centre.
Novice, Atom and Peewee: 9am - 11am
Bantam, Min Midget and Midget: 12pm - 3pm


The regular season begins on Friday, September 27th, 2019 and ends on Friday, January 31st, 2020.
No games to be played during the following dates:

                                       1) Christmas Break: Monday, December 23rd, 2019 to and including Wednesday, January 1st, 2020
                                       2) SRLL unbalanced teams appeal period:    February 1st to 5th, 2020:
                                       3) March Break:  Saturday, March 14th to Sunday, March 22nd, 2020.

As per the OHF Directive Body Checking is NOT allowed in Recreational Hockey.
(House League, Local League, Rostered Select and Minor Development)

All teams play a 26 game season (13 Home and 13 away games) plus playoffs. As the number of teams in each age group varies anywhere from 6 to 24 teams, and fluctuates from year to year, the league cannot offer balanced schedules.

The SRLL regular season tie breaker formula has been programmed into the season standings and these results are tracked in the W% column.

For Minor Midget and Midget Divisions, All games must comprise three (3) stop time periods scheduled as per SRLL Regulation 3.3a). However, when any team is ahead by five (5) or more goals in the third period the game will proceed utilizing ‘running time’. In this situation the game will proceed under ‘running time’ unless the gap is reduced to three (3) goals, at which point the clock will revert back to stop time. The only time the clock would be stopped during running time is if an on-ice injury should occur. All penalties are running time.

All SRLL Home games sheets are to be emailed after every game to: [email protected]. (Home Team only needs to email)


Effective Immediately the Simcoe Region Local League will follow the Hockey Canada Rules governing time outs. During regular season and playoff games each team will be allowed ONE 30 second time out. 


The league playoff season begins on Thursday, February 6, 2020. and ends on Tuesday, March 31, 2020.

The SRLL allows timeouts in the Playoffs as per Hockey Canada rules.

Final regular season standings only determine placement in Round 1. After round 1 as Series Winners advance, regular season standings only determines Home Ice advantage.

The SRLL playoff tie breaker formula (Round Robins) is pre-programmed into the playoff standings.

These results are tracked in the Post Season GF% column found in the POST SEASON Division Standings/Seriesexpanded results. Your initial view of the standings is NOT of the expanded standings.

You need to go to the POST SEASON Division Results page, select the Series you wish to view, and click the series letter on the flow chart. The expanded standings for that series will then appear. Now you can view the expandedresults.

For Minor Midget and Midget Divisions, All games must comprise three (3) stop time periods scheduled as per SRLL Regulation 3.3a). However, when any team is ahead by five (5) or more goals in the third period the game will proceed utilizing ‘running time’. In this situation the game will proceed under ‘running time’ unless the gap is reduced to three (3) goals, at which point the clock will revert back to stop time. The only time the clock would be stopped during running time is if an on-ice injury should occur. All penalties are running time.

Teams are guaranteed two rounds of playoffs.

Round 1 - Feb 6th to 21st, 2020.
Teams who are successful continue on the Championship flow.
Teams who are not successful continue on the Consolation flow.

Round 2 - Feb 22nd to Mar 8th, 2020.
Teams who are not successful are now eliminated.

March Break (March 14 to 22, 2020) - ALL SRLL League Playoffs stop for March Break.

Round 3 (Finals) Mar 9th to Mar 31st, 2020.

OHF Dressing Room Policy:

It will be the Policy of the Ontario Hockey Federation that, when any player under the age of 19 is in the team dressing room(s) before, during and after a game or practice, a minimum of two of the following shall be present in the dressing room(s) or immediately outside the dressing room(s) with the door ajar: two team or club/association officials, properly screened or one such official and an adult person associated with the team. In the situation of Juvenile or U21 hockey the coach may use an adult player over the age of 19 to be the second adult associated with the team.

The Ontario Recreation Facilities Association (O.R.F.A.) has issued a Facility Alert recommending that signage be posted that "Prohibits the use of cell phones, and personal digital assistants in all recreation facility change rooms". The OMHA acknowledges the recommendation of O.R.F.A. and directs all members to govern themselves accordingly.

Team BALANCING Requirements

Please note: this next section only applies to Associations having multiple teams playing within the same division.

The Simcoe Region Local League has balancing rules in place requiring Associations (with multiple teams playing within the same division) to not exceed a predetermined percentage spread specified in the constitutions policy set to keep one stacked team, from an Association with a number of teams in the same division, from running away with the division. This will require Associations to trade players among their own teams within that division prior to the November AND December deadlines each season if the winning percentage spread between the top and bottom team from that same Association is too wide, or "out of balance".

Associations are required to ensure all their teams play a certain number of games by November, and again by December, so they can monitor and report to the other league members at the monthly league meetings on their progress and all steps taken to achieve balancing.

All teams are to be balanced by certain deadlines, but once the teams are within the percentage spread requirement on the deadline, there is no requirement to maintain this spread after the deadline. Good coaching can improve team performance and is not penalized. The intent of the policy is simply to prevent any Association with multiple teams within the same division from entering a stacked team.

  Any Association with teams that fail to balance and are still out of balance by the middle of December each season will have been fined two times for missing two deadlines. Those Associations have until the end of the season to bring the unbalanced percentage spread back into balance.

If at seasons end, the winning percentage spread between the "unbalanced" top and bottom same Association teams exceeds the allowable spread set by the policy, the Association is fined one final time and faces the possibility of having one or more of those teams in the division denied entry (disqualified) into the playoffs.

This long standing League requirement was developed, voted on and inserted into the SRLL Constitution by the Association Presidents who created this League (including its predecessor) 30+ years ago

Initiation Program (I.P.) and Minor Novice Hockey

Scheduling meeting for IP and Minor Novice is Sunday November 3rd, 2019 at 8:30am - King City Arena (Upstairs)

There aren't any playoffs for these divisions.

The regular season begins in November 2019 and ends on March 21st, 2020.
Teams play a 20 game schedule.

As per OHF, OMHA and League Regulations "the use of the BLUE puck is MANDATORY in all SRLL I.P. and Minor Novice games".

All SRLL I.P. and Minor Novice teams are to use the two (2) minute Buzzer for line changes as per League Regulations.


Hockey Canada has established national guidelines to ensure optimal development of hockey
players at this crucial introductory stage.

Programming in the Ontario Hockey Federation, which Ontario Minor Hockey is a member,
will be implemented as follows:

1. Effective 2017-18 - Game play for the Initiation age-group (5 & 6 year-olds) will be
2. Effective 2018-19 - Game play for the Minor Novice age-group (7 year-olds) will be Half-Ice.

3. Effective 2019-20 - Game play for the Novice age-group (8 year-olds) will be Half-Ice
during the first half of the season and transition to Full-Ice during the second half of
the season.

Programming Below Novice Transition for 2019-20 Season

The Ontario Minor Hockey Association has created an Implementation Guide to support our member Centres with the delivery of the Programming Novice & Below including Seasonal Structure and Cross-Ice & Half-Ice game play.




OMHA Sanctioned Initiation Program Jamborees


Advise your team delegate to contact the Centre to ask if the IP Jamboree will be tiered because there are varying skill levels for the respective teams.

IP and Minor Novice can participate in up to 3 tournaments after December 1st, 2019.


DATE: Saturday, March 28th, 2020 8am to 8pm

PLACE: Beeton Arena and Upstairs Hall



1) Game # 1 8 am to 9 am: Innisfil # 2 VS Noble King # 1

2) Game # 2 9 am to 10 am: Beeton # 1 VS EG

3) Game # 3 10 am to 11 am: Schomberg # 1 VS Innisfil # 1

4) Game # 4 11 am to 12 pm: Noble King # 2 VS Schomberg # 2

5) Game # 5 12 pm to 1 pm: Beeton # 2 VS Noble King # 3




1) Game # 1 1 pm to 2 pm LeFroy VS Innisfil # 1

2) Game # 2 2 pm to 3 pm Innisfil # 2 VS Noble King # 1

3) Game # 3 3 pm to 4pm Noble King # 2 VS Schomberg




1) Game # 1 4 pm to 5 pm Thornton VS Noble King # 2

2) Game # 2 5 pm to 6 pm LeFroy VS EG

3) Game # 3 6 pm to 7 pm Beeton VS Schomberg

4) Game # 4 7 pm to 8 pm Noble King # 1 VS Innisfil



NOTES: 1) Beeton ice is already modified. Teams can use the full ice for all games.

2) After each game please have the players and parents attend in the Hall on the 2nd floor and players will be feed and receive their trophies

All SRLL Home
games sheets are to be emailed after every game to: [email protected]
. (Home Team only needs to email)


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