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IMPORTANT TRYOUT COMMUNICATION NOTICE (for NOVICE and ABOVE)
Submitted By Communications on Wednesday, April 17, 2019

We are thrilled to see such an amazing level of interest in becoming part of the Eagles Family. Monday night was the start of an amazing 2019-2020 season for many of our age groups.

Tryouts are a stressful time for the players and of course the parents as the coaches determine the best players for each of the teams. The following are the timelines which will be respected across all Hockey Canada/OHF associations.

As always, should you have any questions about the process, or any other details please feel free to reach out to the convener for the appropriate age group.  

April 15-21st                  AAA Hockey tryouts and player cards can be signed for  AAA teams only 

April 22nd                      AA and A cards can be signed as of April 22   

Please note that new this season, AAA Camp (other than the initial skate) will be by INVITATION ONLY.  This means that after your initial first skate, you will receive an e-mail if you are invited to the next skate.  ONLY THOSE INVITED WILL RECEIVE THE EMAIL COMMUNICATION.       

If you do not receive an invitation, then your player will report to the AA Camp (which will commence on Monday, April 22nd at the earliest) for the first night’s skate.  You will receive an email prior to 11PM on Sunday, April 21st indicating your player’s grouping for the AA skate.   

Thank you and apologies for any miscommunication.  
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