After the presentation of the FGWHA Cup, the Florida Gulf Women's Hockey Association players and staff gathered for a series of meetings, like Board Of Governors meetings. The main focal point was the fact that the older players felt they couldn't play as well as the younger ones, and the younger staff members felt the desire to play rather than hold a staff role or officiating position. In these meetings, it was decided and approved by commisioner Tamara Ruvalcaba to have age caps for players, both a soft cap at 35 (mostly a guideline, not an enforced rule), and a hard cap at 40.
Commissioner Ruvalcaba also decided to shake things up for the sake of building excitement for fans by not allowing teams to change a player to a staff member, or vice versa, within the organization. This meant in order for a player to change position, they had to be traded to another team.
With these new regulations in place, the flood gate opened for transactions for that off-season. The following is a list of the transactions that occurred as a result.
This list is incomplete. More will be added soon.