Hockey PEI Staff | September 22nd, 2021

CHARLOTTETOWN, PE – Hockey PEI has announced eight (8) officials who have been selected to work this year’s Atlantic Challenge Cup in Moncton, New Brunswick from October 8th to 11th. 

The officials were selected following the evaluations / supervisions of their last season along with their performance at the 2021 High Performance Program Spring Development Camp and the Summer Selection camp. 

Referee’s Kalib Snow (Summerside) and Daniel Collins (Pleasant Grove) alongside Linesman Jack MacKinnon (Charlottetown) and Brycen Lefurgey (Summerside) will work the U14 and U15 male divisions.

On the female side, Referee’s Alexis Ouellet (Borden) and Jennifer Stewart (Crapaud) along with Linesman Karli Snow (Summerside) and Gracyn Handrahan (Tignish) will be working the U16 and U18 divisions.

Annually, the four Atlantic branches send their top prospective officials to work the event while having the opportunity to officiate with the other branch officials and be supervised / mentored by officiating leaders across the Atlantic region. 

“After the ACC not being held last year due to COVID-19, I am extremely excited to be able to have these 8 young officials represent Hockey PEI at this Regional event. As in past years, Hockey PEI officials have always performed well in Regional tournaments of this type and the same results are anticipated for this year’s event.”

– Hockey PEI Manager of Officiating, Steven Green. 

Hockey PEI would like to wish the best of luck to all officials attending this year’s event and thank all officials who attended their 2020-21 High Performance camps.


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Media Contact: Tanner Doiron – Manager, Hockey Operations & Communications