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Regular Season Almost Here
Submitted By Shawn Gladwish on Sunday, September 15, 2019
The Four Counties Hockey League will launch it's 2019-20 season with games starting on the last weekend of September.  The Scheduling meeting will happen Tuesday Sept 17th in Dresden and each team must have a representative to schedule their team.

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