Binghamton Senators take on the Hamilton Bulldogs

On Saturday, February 8th, local minor hockey products Mark Borowiecki and Corey Cowick will return to the capital as the Binghamton Senators take on the Hamilton Bulldogs, the AHL affiliate of the Montreal Canadiens at Canadian Tire Centre at 7 p.m.
in support of D.I.F.D.



As an ODMHA team, we would like to extend to you and your minor hockey team a ticket offer to see Borowiecki, Cowick and the Binghamton Senators take on the Hamilton Bulldogs. This minor hockey offer features:

• $5 off the gate price through a group sales ticket offer (pdf attached)
o 100 tickets are available for only $12.50; 300 level tickets for $7.50, and
• Teams selling more than 50 tickets will be entered into a draw to win some great Ottawa Senators prizing, including autographed photos, a team set of Senators practice jerseys, tickets to Sens Skills presented by Sport Chek, and the chance to have a member of the Sens Alumni at their team’s practice.
Future Sens presented by Canadian Tire
Leading up to the game, we’re pleased to provide minor hockey teams with the opportunity to play a game on Canadian Tire Centre ice, which includes
• Full NHL-style game production featuring a scorekeeper/announcer, player introductions, music between stoppages in play and national anthem
• The opportunity for your players to meet one of the following Binghamton Senators players: Mark Borowiecki, Corey Cowick, Jean-Gabriel Pageau or Mike Hoffman
• Tickets to the Binghamton Senators/Hamilton game, and
• Each team participating will receive a set of Senators practice jerseys

Date: Saturday, February 8
Future Sens Games Available: 12:45pm, 1:45pm, 4:00pm, 5:00pm
In order to secure a time slot teams must commit to:
• Register with, or find, an opponent to play
• Coordinate referees
• Commit to purchase 100, 100 level tickets each (200 between the two teams) to the Binghamton Senators vs Hamilton Bulldogs game on February 8th at 7 p.m.
o 100 level tickets cost: $20 (rows A – J)

Should you and/or your team be interested in participating in the Future Sens program, please contact Dillon Leeder by phone at 613-599-0235 or email at leederd@ottawasenators.com

This is your chance to see the future of the Ottawa Senators today at affordable prices!

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AAA Sub Committee Report - with public responses added - see attachments

AAA Sub-committee report
Process to date:
 Review of player counts from 2012-2013 (all players and AAA only.
 Preparation of options for re-organization, by members. Some key issues were:
o Geographic considerations (urban changes more likely to be effective).
o Areas of focus (67’s are much larger than any of the others).
o Problem areas for AAA (participation of particular Associations, high or low).
o Impact of draw area on standings.
o Locations for expected population growth / decline.
 Review of options with maps.
 Submission of two preferred options toMinor Council for examination. The attached scenario summarize the two options under discussion. There were others (OttawaWest returning to Senators, the AAA Presidents’ motion involving just Leitrim, etc.).
1. Expand the Wild draw area to include South Stormont and Russell and expand the Cyclone draw area to include all of Leitrim.
2. Expand theWild draw area to include South Stormont and Russell and expand the Cyclone draw area to include Leitrim, east of Albion Road. Expand the Senators draw are to include Leitrim, west of Albion Road.
We ask that the following be done:
1 District Chairs take this back to their Executives and return ready to discuss both further either at December's meeting but more likely January.
2 The Committee will analyze the impact of these changes (number of AAA players likely affected, size of changed draw areas, etc.).
1. Decide then which is preferred, any changes that are beneficial to be considered.
2. Vote on the preferred (or amended) proposal in the February meeting latest for introduction in 2014-2015. If there is no agreement before March of 2014, then we would propose to continuewith the status quo, until 2015-2016.

See the attachment for the summary scenario

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Kemptville Panthers win Regional Silver Stick

The Kemptville Panthers Atom B Rep team Won the Pembroke Silver Stick Regional's on November 10, 2013. Winning the Regionals means they are invited to participate in the Forest Silver Stick International Finals in Forest, Ontario on the weekend of January 24, 2014.
We would like to wish the Kemptville Panthers the best of luck in this upcoming experience as they move forward.