CHARLOTTETOWN – The Hockey PEI Officiating Committee has selected this year’s group of officials who will attend Atlantic Challenge Cup in Moncton, New Brunswick from October 11th to 14th.

Each Atlantic province branch sends a selected group of officials to the Atlantic Challenge Cup each fall, where the officials will officiate games between the Atlantic provinces’ High Performance Programs, and receive supervision on each assignment. The Medal games are assigned to the officials with the top performance from the weekend selected by the events group of Officials Supervisors.

This year, Hockey PEI will be sending the following officials to ACC:

(Home Association)

Male Referees:
MACADAM, Grant (Charlottetown)
VANDERVELDEN, Blake (Summerside)

Male Linesmen:
MACMASTER, Blake (Pownal)
DARBYSON, Morgan (Southside)

Female Referees:
DUFFY, Tannis (Summerside)
PERRY, Natasha (Sherwood)

Female Linesmen:
HAWLEY, Brooke (Charlottetown)
OUELLET, Alexis (Southside)

“Following the same route as the High Performance male and female teams, the officials are identified, developed and groomed during marquee events throughout the year; the selection process for assignment at this tournament is truly a year-round process. Upon selection, it provides the officials a tremendous opportunity to continue their path towards becoming elite officials in the branch and within the Hockey Canada development cycle,” said Paul Matte, Manager of Officiating. “It’s also great networking opportunity with all four Atlantic provinces represented, along with some Hockey Canada and major junior officiating representatives.”

Hockey PEI and its Officiating Committee wishes to congratulate all of its officials on their selection to attend this year’s event.


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