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10,000 Touches Challenge
Submitted By Development on Tuesday, December 30, 2014
Oshawa MHA Development group is going to be running the OMHA (Ontario Minor Hockey) challenge called 10,000 touches.  This is an off-ice challenge to improve player stick handling abilities and begins on Jan. 5 and runs for 8 weeks.  

We would encourage all players participate.  Oshawa MHA webpage is here and more information is provided in this news article.

Instructions:
1. Print the OMHA 1-pagerTrack your progress on the 1-pager.

2. Submit your progress using this Submission Form.  This will automatically go to Oshawa MHA Development and we will track and report to everyone.  You may accumulate and submit; our preference is to provide a submitted online form frequently so that we can track progress on the website.  You can submit multiple 'Touches' on one form (ie. Narrow and Wide, Quick Hands, etc).

3. Save the 1-Pager so we can submit to OMHA (Ontario Minor Hockey Association).
   
Thank you in advance for your participation.  If there are any questions please email [email protected].
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