2016 Penalty Free Sweepstakes + MVP Award, News (Lambton Jr. Sting AAA Hockey )

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2016 Penalty Free Sweepstakes + MVP Award
The Hockey Development Centre of Ontario with its member associations and program sponsors, is pleased to announce the official launch of the 2016 Penalty Free Sweepstakes contest.  The contest is open from December 5, 2015 until January 31, 2016.  An Entry form is provided to enter you penalty free games into the sweepstakes.

The Sweepstakes is a provincial safety initiative created to promote fair play, skills, safety and sportsmanship in amateur hockey throughout Ontario.  



To further promote the Sweepstakes, the 2016 Penalty Free Most Valuable Player award will be held in in conjunction with the Sweepstakes prize draw.  The MVP award will recognize ten individual players who embody the values of the Penalty Free Sweepstakes – skills, safety and sportsmanship.

Please click Penalty Free Sweepstakes for more information

Please click 2016 Penalty Free Entry Form to enter your penalty free game
Please click 2016 Penalty Free MVP Nomination Form to enter your nominated MVP

For more information, please contact:

The Hockey Development Centre for Ontario

416-426-7252, toll-free 1-888-843-4326

Or email [email protected]

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