The SJHL are looking forward to this fall and getting all 12 teams back on the ice after not being able to crown a league champion the last 2 years.
The league announced they will be holding a coach's meeting in Nipawin June the 3rd to the 5th which will involve discussions surrounding timelines for training camp and regular season dates as well as potential number of games for the season.
They will also be discussing what to do with the bantam draft, the potential of yearly showcases and other matters pertaining to the league.
There is a lot of optimism surrounding next season's outlook with things starting to re-open slowly in Saskatchewan including baseball and soccer given the green light from the province to start playing games this Sunday.
While the goal is to get the teams back on the ice for September, the big debate could be on how many fans to let into buildings for the start of the season.
The scuttlebut from the different league coach's I have talked to is that a decision likely won't be made til much closer to the beginning of the season.
We hope to catch up to Head Coach and GM of the Bombers, Mike Reagan for next week's Norman Sportsline Program and get their perspective on things.