Online Tryout Info, News (Northumberland Minor Hockey)

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Online Tryout Info
Submitted By Michelle Brown on Sunday, April 21, 2019
This year the Nighthawks have moved to a new online Tryout Process.

All player releases will be done online and will be accessible by viewing the team webpage.

Please know that all players will be identified by a unique ID Code.  This code can be found on all of your confirmation emails when you purchased your Tryout Passport online.  
*If you did not purchase a Tryout Passport online, we will provide you with an ID Code at your tryout.

I have attached a photo of 3 different confirmations and circled the ID Code.  This is an example so that you can easily find your players number regardless of which confirmation you are viewing.

Coaches will do their best to make releases in a timely manner, we ask that you respect this process and wait until the list has been uploaded before making any inquiries.

Releases that are being made after AWAY tryouts will be made the following day at 9am or shortly after.  
Releases that are being made after HOME tryouts can be made immediately after.
*some exceptions may be made due to scheduling conflicts

All players who appear on the Tryout List are asked to continue attending tryouts.  All players that DO NOT see their number, have been released and automatically placed on the corresponding AE Tryout List.

Wishing you all the very best during this process - bring your best, and have fun!
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