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 August 28th
Week 1 and Week 2 Release
The first two weeks of the GTHL schedule has been released.  Week 1 will see 39 games being played in the “AAA” schedule.  Week 2 has 461 games being played.  This is also the weekend the GTHL hosts Puck Drop Weekend at Canlan York where all 6 pads are in use on Saturday September 26th and Sunday September 27th.  It’s a great way to celebrate the start of the 2015-2016 season.  In Week 2 three of our clubs are using their club exemptions (Knights, Blackhawks, Avalanche).  In addition on September 27th the Streetsville Tigers are celebrating their Heritage Day at Vic Johnston Arena where all 8 teams are in action.  North Toronto will also be celebrating their Heritage Day at North Toronto Arena on Sunday September 27th. There were 46 exemptions used in week 2.

August 28th
It’s the launch of the New GTHL Games Centre for the 2015-2016 season. With new interactive features where you can locate your favourite team, club, age groups and more.  Looking to view the schedule for the rink around the corner? You can do that too. Our Standings table is full of statistical statistics to help you breakdown each group.  Check out the 2014-2015 Play-Offs to see play-off brackets and match-ups that will be displayed for the 2016 Scotiabank Play-Offs. 

August 26th
Schedule Format “AAA”

Minor Atom 33 Game Schedule Balanced
Atom 33 Game Schedule Balanced
Minor Peewee 33 Game Schedule Balanced
Peewee 33 Game Schedule Balanced
Minor Bantam 33 Game Schedule Balanced
Bantam 33 Game Schedule Balanced
Minor Midget 33 Game Schedule Balanced
Midget 33 Game Schedule Balanced
Under 21 35 Game Schedule Balanced

The First Release of Schedule
The first schedule release will take place on August 28th.  It will include the time period of September 14th to 27th.  This will be the first two weeks of "AAA" and the first week of "AA" and "A".

 Club Home Days (2015-2016 Season) UPDATED August 12
Home Days for clubs for the 2015-2016 season are available. HERE.
This chart will be updated periodically as home dates are submitted and approved.
Parking at Lambton Arena
When parking at Lambton Arena, please be advised that parking in the grassy area at the arena is not permitted. Please only park in the designated parking spot area. There are a number of games being run on Sundays at Lambton, but please only park in designated parking spots.
The Mulligan ?
Please note that some scheduling changes took place to some of the league schedules in the first three weeks of the schedule.  This was related to each club being given one 'mulligan' on situations when a team failed to request a schedule exemption.  The 'mulligan' is a GTHL rule that allows a club to get an exemption after the schedule is released.  This year the use of the 'mulligan' at the start of the year is a little bit more than usual so please double-check your schedule.
Tournament / Exemption Form
What is a Tournament/Exemption Form?
A tournament form is needed for every tournament you take part in. It acts as an insurance form; it also acts as an exemption form and most importantly if your team is not in a tournament but needs to be exempted it serves this purpose as well. You can use this form for a non-tournament but please remember it would still count as 1 of 3 exemptions. 

Exhibition Games
All Season Long....How do I get approval for Exhibition Games?
Any time you play an exhibition game you must have your club GM or President submit your game particulars. Your GM needs to know the date, location, time and opponent. The GTHL's Central Registry can then be contacted to arrange officials at 905-951-7946.

What's an Interlock?
In some age groups where the GTHL feels that teams would play each other far two often we introduce an Interlocking type of schedule.  These divisions will still compete in a traditional East and West format but will also play some of their games against the other division.  The Interlock schedule was chosen as a way to ensure that teams in smaller divisions would be able to see a wider field of opponents. 

White Hockey Pucks
Coaches using White Hockey Pucks must collect all of them at the end of their practice.  Pucks left on the ice after a practice are difficult for rink staff to see and can (have) cause damage to a zamboni.  Coaches should do a white puck count at the beginning and end of practices. 

Lambton Arena
Players are asked to exit the ice surface from the end-zone doors and not use the centre ice exit door when entering or exiting the ice surface.

MasterCard Centre Policy on Warming up Off-Ice
Please be aware that playing with pucks, balls, golf balls, balls of tape etc. is not allowed in the dressing rooms or anywhere around the perimeter of our rinks or lobby of the MasterCard Centre.  Failure to comply will result in ejection from the facility. Your co-operation and help with this would be appreciated and would assist in keeping our facility safe and clean.

City of Toronto Policy on Warming Up in the Arena
We would like to ask your help during the 2009/2010 hockey season. Could you please speak to your coaches, parents, officials etc. and let them know that hockey playing with pucks, balls, balls of tape etc. is not allowed in the dressing rooms or any where around the perimeter of our arenas. Any cooperation and help you can give us with this would be appreciated and would assist in keeping our arenas clean.

Looking For Ice?
Looking for extra ice?
Check out Canlan Ice Sports-York for practice ice throughout the season.
Need extra practice ice?
Check out Chesswood Arenas or Westwood Arenas for ice time throughout the season.
Looking for extra ice in Mississauga? Check this out!
The Mississauga Recreation & Parks Dept. has recently enhanced their "Connect2Rec Communication Channel" to allow visitors the opportunity to check ice time availability at any of the City's 12 Arenas (20 rinks). To grab some extra ice for your team, please click here.
Are you looking for ice?
The City of Toronto now offers GTHL teams the chance to permit extra ice using an automated system. To grab some extra ice for your team, please click here.

Incorrect Scores
What do you do if a score is incorrect?
From time to time a score will be reported incorrectly on the GTHL Web-Site. This may be due to an error on the game sheet or perhaps the score being recorded incorrectly. When this occurs simply fax the game sheet - to the attention of Ryan Kinsey - to 416-636-2035 and list the cover page as Score Correction. Once we receive this information we can make the appropriate correction. This fax should be sent by the Head Coach or Manager of the team to ensure the office doesn't receive numerous enquiries about the same incorrect score.