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News regarding House League players and AE hockey!
Submitted By Michelle Brown on Tuesday, May 8, 2018
Did you play House League last season and are looking for a bit more hockey, but not quite feeling ready or even wanting to try out for the AA team?

Well, we understand!

Our Executive has addressed this concern that many parents and players have.  We have drafted a Letter of Understanding that will slightly change the process, and encourage those players to come on out and participate in AE tryouts, without having to attend the AA tryouts first!


LETTER OF UNDERSTANDING
Manual of Operations 4.1.7
All players wishing to play for an OMHA team must attend and fully participate in all tryouts held for that team. Once a player is released by the AA coach, the player is then eligible to tryout for an AE team. Any player that played within the NMHA House League the previous season may be excused from the AA tryouts and commence tryouts at the AE level. Any player unable to attend tryouts due to conflicting tryouts at a higher level, injury, illness or any other reason, must contact the head coach prior to the tryout. If the coach is satisfied, the player may be excused from the tryout, but will not be eligible for a refund of the tryout fee.

If this interests you, and you want to give AE hockey a try - be sure to check the website for tryout times.

Tryouts are currently happening for:
Atom AE
Minor Peewee AE
Peewee AE
Minor Bantam AE
Bantam AE will be having am interest skate on Saturday, May 26th at 2pm
 
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